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Vienna: Baroque Orchestra Concert and Dinner3 Reviews
Savor dinner in a typical and well-known Viennese cafe-restaurant. Enjoy an unforgettable musical experience with the Vienna Baroque Orchestra, and admire one of the most beautiful concert halls.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Vienna:If youʻre booking your trip to Vienna last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- Visit a beautiful Viennese concert hall at the Palais Schönborn-Batthány
- Marvel at the virtuosity of the Vienna Baroque Orchestra
- Go on a journey through the most important eras of Austrian music
- Enjoy a traditional Austrian meal at a typical Viennese cafe-restaurant popular with famous people
DescriptionExperience the epitome of Viennese coffeehouse culture, enjoy a traditional Austrian dinner, and plunge into a wonderful world of courtly tradition and exquisite classical music. Embark on an unforgettable journey through the most important epochs of Austrian music history with the virtuous musicians and opera singers of the Wiener Barockorchester, the Vienna Baroque Orchestra. Take a peak at one of Vienna's architectural masterpieces, the Palais Schönborn-Batthyány, where in former days the well-known Field Marshal Adam Count Batthyány lived. Afterwards, head to one of the last grand cafes along Vienna’s Ringstraße, Café Landtmann, which has been operating since 1873. Savor the wonderful world of Viennese hospitality and tradition in a place visited by many prominent figures over the years, such as Sigmund Freud, Gustav Mahler, and Hillary Clinton. Then, The menu at Café Landtmann is as follows • Consommé with shredded pancakes *** • Wiener Schnitzel (golden-brown, breaded veal cutlet) with parsley potatoes and leaf salad or • Viennese prime boiled beef with classic side dishes: cream spinach, roasted potatoes, chive sauce and apple horseradish *** • Homemade Gugelhupf cake
IncludesDinner at Café Landtmann Entrance to Palais Schönborn-Batthány Vienna Baroque Orchestra concert
- This tour is wheelchair accessible