Mozarthaus Vienna

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  • Vienna City Card: Discounts and Public Transport

    1. Vienna City Card: Discounts and Public Transport

    With the Vienna City Card, you can go anywhere in Austria's beautiful capital city. Just validate your pass at the nearest ticket machine and head out on your way! Upon validation, you'll have 24, 48 or 72 hours to explore the entire city with free and unlimited access to public transportation, including the metro, trams, regional trains, buses, and night buses (zone 100). The Vienna City Card also lets you visit some of the city's most important sights. Get discounts at plenty of Vienna's museums, exhibitions, theatres, concerts, shops, cafés, restaurants, and wine taverns. Vienna is waiting for you! You can learn about all the details and discounts from the digital city guide for Vienna. The app is available for download on the Google Play and Apple App Store. If you're traveling with your family, you're in luck as one child under the age of 15 travels free with each city card holde...

    Unfortunately not available for a week. Very handy for public transport and discount museums.

  • Vienna: Classical Concert at Mozarthaus

    2. Vienna: Classical Concert at Mozarthaus

    The Mozart Ensemble Vienna invites you to a moving and unforgettable concert at Mozart's first house in Vienna. Enjoy music from the Viennese Classical Period by the likes of Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, and more. The Sala Terrena at Mozarthaus Vienna is located in Vienna’s historic city center, near both St. Stephan’s Cathedral and Hofburg. It was built as part of the monastery of the German Knightly Order in the second half of the 12th century. In 1781, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived in the monastery of the German Order of Knights. He played several concerts in Vienna’s oldest concert hall commissioned by Archbishop Colloredo, an important patron of the Mozart family.

    This was a fantastic experience. I was excited to watch a concert of Mozart's music in a room he once played, and in a house he once (briefly) lived in. In the end, however, it was the quartet that blew me away. They played more than just Mozart, masterly weaving through many greats - Bach and Schubert to name a few. Each player was a master at their instrument and performed with synchrony and passion. I really didn't want it to end. I can't imagine anyone leaving this experience dissatisfied! I'd highly recommend it.

  • From Vienna: Day Tour of Salzburg

    3. From Vienna: Day Tour of Salzburg

    On the way to the city of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's birth, you will be able to absorb the astonishing beauty of the Salzkammergut, an area where Emperor Franz Josef I once spent his holidays, full of mountains and lakes and a UNESCO world heritage site. Arrive just in time for lunch. A tour around the old town will show you all the most important sights of this noble city, seat of the archbishop-princes. You will take in the Cathedral, the Festival Theater, and St Peter's Church and graveyard. There, you will find the grave of Nannerl, Mozart's sister. Naturally, you will also visit the archbishops' residence and the house Mozart was born in. After that, you will see some of the places where The Sound of Music was filmed - for example, the Pferdeschwemme, or Horse Well, famous from the song "Edelweis", and the Mirabell Palace, where "Do Re Mi!" was filmed, with its beautiful v...

    Great time, although I spent a lot more money than I thought I would. On top of that the cost for the tour is rather expensive, but depending on who is attending it could be worth it. Our guide Karl was very knowledgeable and so friendly!

  • Vienna: Tickets for Mozarthaus Vienna with Audio Guide

    4. Vienna: Tickets for Mozarthaus Vienna with Audio Guide

    Mozarthaus Vienna with Audio Guide: At the Mozarthaus Vienna, visitors can explore the only Vienna apartment of Mozart’s that has been preserved, where he lived from 1784 to 1787 and composed more music than anywhere else. Around this flat, a comprehensive presentation of the times in which Mozart lived and of his most important works, spread over three exhibition levels, awaits Mozart fans, young and old, from all over the world. The exhibition is focused on the great composer’s Vienna years, which represent the peak of his creative achievement. Make sure to get a free Audioguide to discover Mozarthaus Vienna. In addition to the permanent exhibition, a special exhibition also takes place in the Mozarthaus Vienna, which changes each year and is included in the price of admission. Every Sunday an additional, 30-minute free tour of the highlights of the Mozarthaus Vienna is available (...

    We had expectations to see and be impressed by Mozart's creative space, but in the end the place gave a lot of information about the period, the other composers and a bit missed the "home" experience. Beyond that, the digital explanation is too long and the means in the museum are a bit outdated. One can easily create an interactive experience that will allow visitors to get to know and identify with the special and ingenious creator.

  • Vienna: Private Music Tour

    5. Vienna: Private Music Tour

    This three-hour musical odyssey will begin with a tour of the State Opera House, where you will get behind-the-scenes access to the most famous opera house in the world. Learn about its most important conductors like Gustav Mahler, and the history of this temple of music. Afterwards, embark on a leisurely musical stroll through the inner city of Vienna. Stops will include, but are not limited to, Palais Lobkowitz, where Beethoven premiered his Symphony No. 3 "Eroica" and the home of his main patron, and Hofburg Imperial Chapel, where the Vienna Boys Choir perform every Sunday. Discover the Mozart Memorial, the former dance salon where the master, Johann Strauss, made the ladies swoon, and the former residence of Ludwig von Beethoven, Pasqualati House. Check out the beautiful St. Stephen's Cathedral, see Mozart's former home, and much more, all with a state-certified guide.

  • Vienna: Mozart Private Guided Tour

    6. Vienna: Mozart Private Guided Tour

    Discover Mozart's Vienna on a private tour alongside an expert guide and historian. Get an insider's look into the composer's life as you step inside his home. Visit St. Stephan's Cathedral, the place where Mozart was married, and walk around Stephansplatz as you learn more about what life was like for the genius composer as a child and adult. This visit also includes classical music concerts in the most beautiful cathedrals, churches, and concert halls in Vienna. In the extended option, talented musicians will transport you back in time with songs from Mozart, Beethoven, Strauss, and Schubert.

    This is perfect tour for any classical music lover. The guide named Thomas told us many interesting facts about Mozart's life and has explaind many controverstion. We could see the most important sights related with Mozart and learn its history. Thanks Thomas for everything. Absolute top was the concert of classical music which took place in very charming place.

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What people are saying about Mozarthaus Vienna

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This was a fantastic experience. I was excited to watch a concert of Mozart's music in a room he once played, and in a house he once (briefly) lived in. In the end, however, it was the quartet that blew me away. They played more than just Mozart, masterly weaving through many greats - Bach and Schubert to name a few. Each player was a master at their instrument and performed with synchrony and passion. I really didn't want it to end. I can't imagine anyone leaving this experience dissatisfied! I'd highly recommend it.

I had an amazing experience in Vienna. You can go whenever you want using the transportation easily and fast. You don’t have to worry about buying tickets all the time and for sure you save money, especially if you go for many days. I’m not sure if it’s value for money if you go for 1-3 days it depends how many times you will need the transportation and how many things you want to see!

The card is the only sensible solution for brilliantly planned communication .. you can see that someone here had everything well thought out .. great connections .. clarity and clarity, various options for travel ..

Very nice to listen to their music so close to the musicians in an atmospheric historic location.

Unfortunately not available for a week. Very handy for public transport and discount museums.