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
Morning flight to Vienna.
Spend the afternoon taking in Vienna’s main attractions with a guided walking tour of the city.
Day of Music in Vienna.
Start your day visiting Mozart-Haus: the residence where the great composer spent two and a half happy and productive years, which is now the city’s premiere Mozart attraction. It was here that he penned The Marriage of Figaro and other masterpieces.
After an insight into the life of Mozart in Vienna, discover 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.
Optional evening activity: enjoy a performance at the Vienna State Opera – an unforgettable experience!
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!
On your last morning in Vienna, visit the Schönbrunn Palace, with its lovely gardens and fountains.
Enjoy a guided tour of the Musikverein, one of the world’s most beautiful concert halls, and also one of the most decorative and striking buildings on Vienna’s Ringstrasse.
Afternoon flight home.
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!
Need inspiration for your trip?
Sign up for our newsletter.