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Vienna Mozart Evening: Gourmet Dinner and Concert at the Musikverein
from US$118.93*
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Vienna Mozart Evening: Gourmet Dinner and Concert at the Musikverein
from US$118.93*
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Boesendorferstrasse 12, Vienna 1010, Austria
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The concert itself was very good, especially the two singers, who demonstrated range and personality in their performances. The venue was decorated in gilt, but seemed to me to need some rehabilitation. We had seats in boxes, but they were pretty uncomfortable. A good concert,...More

Thank Wolverine73
Reviewed 5 days ago

I spent ages researching a music venue. My husband hates ‘heavy’ opera. Whilst in Vienna, it seemed appropriate to go for Mozart or Strauss. I finally opted for the Wiener Philharmonic Mozart concert in the sumptuously decorated Golden Hall at the Musikverein. To be honest...More

1  Thank top-trippers
Reviewed 1 week ago

Vienna has been on my bucket list for years, and for me the city is inextricably tied to its music. So, although we have very much enjoyed walking in the old city centre and exploring the history and culture here, it would not have been...More

2  Thank 164roxanne
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very enjoyable evening with music from Mozart and Strauss. All the performers dressed up in beautiful customs. The soprano changed to a new dress each time came out for another song. Easy access via U4 Karlsplatz station.

Thank Doug S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The seating map is crap, and the people who are meant to seat you dont really help at all. Someone was sitting in our seats and they just told us to sit somewhere else, and so we missed the first half of the concert because...More

1  Thank Brittany B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The Musikverein is a beautiful venue with the ceiling being the most amazing thing of all. I marvelled at the amount of gold leaf used and how long the work must’ve taken. We attended a concert of Mozart music (with two Johan Strauss pieces to...More

4  Thank CuleBlue
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This beautiful, ornate, music hall is a wonderful setting for world class concerts. I have attended two concerts at this music hall and found the setting to be attention grabbing. Most recently I saw Yuja Wang's piano concert. I sat in the balcony in a...More

3  Thank luvtolearnmore
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We wonder if others have had the same serious problem with this venue. We have uploaded a picture of a pair of tickets, which if you look at the picture, you can see we ordered online on 12/7/2017 for a 6/8/2018 concert, or 6 months...More

3  Thank NJ-Eric
Reviewed 11 June 2018

Austria has a fondness for gold, or the color of it. It is everywhere at their tourist attractions that I visited: the opera house, the museums, the Belvedere, the Melk Abbey, etc. The Musikverein is right along that vein. The outside of the building is...More

2  Thank AGTraveller
Reviewed 7 June 2018

The tour in English runs early afternoon - on the day I visited it was very popular, and they fetched another tour guide and split the group. Our guide was very informative, and we spent some time sitting in the golden hall where the New...More

1  Thank glutenfreediner191
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Nearby
Inner City
In Vienna's best-known district, pedestrian boulevards
Kärntner Strasse and Graben connect you with landmarks
such as the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera),
Vienna’s iconic Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral)
and the vast compound of Hofburg, the Habsburgs’
former Imperial Palace. Peek down side streets such as
Annagasse and Weihburggasse, and Graben’s Seilergasse
and Habsburggasse, to get a feel for the center. The
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Simon H
We are thinking about booking the Wiener Mozart Orchester concert here, either directly with the venue or through an agency such a Viator. The main difference appears to be that booking directly you can choose your actual seat, via an agency only by category (although I have read about people getting better seats than category booked?) Also, Viator includes a free CD, no great shakes, but booking direct doesn’t appear to - is that correct? When booking through Viator is the voucher your actual ‘print at home’ ticket or does it have to be exchanged for physical tickets at the box office (I have read that there can be long queues before the concert starts?) booking direct I believe tickets have to be collected anyway. Finally, I have read conflicting advice about dress code, with some saying smart casual, for men; shoes, trousers and collared shirt (no sneakers, jeans etc.) whilst other saying this is largely ignored - which is correct? Thanks in anticipation, Simon H.
1 May 2018|
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Response from Merlene N | Reviewed this property |
Simon Our seats were booked directly with the venue with centre seats in the balcony with great views. The dress code was formal and l didn't notice casual wear with sneakers and jeans. Ladies certainly were elegant and... More
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Kevin C
11 March 2018|
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Response from Karen S | Reviewed this property |
No dress code. It’s a museum. Dress in clean clothes. That’s all
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Chan A
12 June 2017|
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Response from CalBristol | Reviewed this property |
I would not have thought that the Viennese would like this at all! But check with the hall management - you never know!
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