„All Ears on!“

27.03.2021

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With a playlist of classical music, we’ll wander in the footsteps of great masters through the world capital of music! Spring has finally arrived, the wonderfully sunny weather lures us to the numerous parks in the city center and the trees are blooming again! In no other city it is that easy to meet the great masters and composers of their time, as well as to listen to their classical music, while strolling through the beautiful and imperial parts of the city. Come with us on a musical tour through beautiful parks, along the many statues and memorials of Vienna. We will make the monuments sing for you! So don't forget your smartphone, put on comfortable shoes, listen to our numerous music tips, and capture your memories in photos! 

Beethoven Monument by Caspar von Zumbusch | Beethovenplatz Vienna | © © Viennissima Lifestyle

In the footsteps of the great masters

We’ll start our walk at Burggarten, the former private park of the Habsburgs, discover the Vienna State Opera, walk further past the famous Musikverein to Karlsplatz, pay belated tribute to Ludwig van Beethoven for his 250th birthday and end our tour in the Stadtpark, which is currently blooming beautifully.

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hotels: Hotel Europa Wien, Hotel Astoria, Hotel Rathauspark Wien, Hotel Ananas

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Birgit Pototschnig

4 years ago Birgit returned to her beloved Vienna following 13 years in the international fashion and lifestyle branch. Her great fascination for the city, as well as her professional fashion years abroad, motivated Birgit to write her lifestyle blog www.viennissimalifestlye.com with a focus on Vienna and the beautiful things in life. Always with a “touch of fashion”.

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