Vienna is the capital of music. More famous composers have lived and created here than in any other city – in Vienna, music is literally in the air!
Almost every street in Vienna city centre can recount stories of famous composers - including Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart, Brahms, Gluck, Johann Strauss, Salieri, Schubert, Schönberg and many more. There is also the unrivalled Vienna Boys Choir - Sunday Mass at the medieval chapel of the Hofburg Palace is an excellent opportunity to listen to their angelic voices but tickets have to be purchased well in advance.
Our Suggested Itinerary
Travelling by air.
Morning flight to Vienna.
Guided tour of this beautiful city.
Mozart-Haus: the residence where the great composer spent two and a half happy and productive years, is now the city’s premiere Mozart attraction. The museum was revamped a few years ago and is well worth a visit for an insight into the life and times of Mozart in Vienna. It was here that he penned The Marriage of Figaro and other masterpieces.
Haus der Musik, one of Vienna’s more unusual museums. It explains sound in an amusing and interactive way (in English and German) for both children and adults.
Day trip to Salzburg
Mozart’s Birthplace is also a graceful city with beautiful views and a wonderful art scene. Take a walking tour of the city, explore the beautiful gardens of Mirabell Palace… You’ll also have the opportunity to visit some of the most memorable locations from 'The Sound of Music'.
Day of Art in Vienna
With a huge selection of museums and art galleries, you will be spoilt for choice in the city of Gustav Klimt and Hundertwasser. See our Vienna Art itinerary for a more detailed description of the visits on offer here!
No trip to Vienna would be complete without seeing the stunning Schönbrunn Palace, with its lovely gardens and fountains.
Return flight home after a spot of souvenir shopping.
The itinerary can be easily adapted to include concert performances for your choir - to get started on personalising the itinerary, just click on Request a Quote. Alternatively, send a quick email to [email protected] or give us a call on 0121 271 0121.