Vienna is world’s capital of music and the governmental and cultural centre of Austria – one of the richest countries in the world. The strategic location of the city in the middle of Europe makes it a favorite also among meeting planners. 

The capital city of Austria, Vienna ranks as a top international meeting destination.
Viennese wine taverns are called “Heurige “and they reflect the cozy atmosphere along with Viennese wines, delicious food and sometimes live music. Many composers have lived and worked in this beautiful city including Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Strauss senior and junior, Johannes Brahms, Richard Strauss, Alban Berg and many more.

Day 1
Arrive Vienna

  • Arrive in Vienna followed by transfer to the hotel
  • Arrive at the Hotel followed by Check-in
  • Evening at your own Leisure
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 2

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Proceed for Vienna Sightseeing tour with Schonbrunn Palace
    (Regular and private options available):
    Our sightseeing tour starts at the Operngasse 8 and takes you to the Ringstrasse boulevard, where you pass many popular tourist attractions.
    First take a look at the impressive Vienna State Opera. It is home to the famous “Opera Ball” which takes place every year. Not far from the Opera, the grand Hofburg Palace is located, the former winter residence of the imperial family.
    Next you will see the monumental buildings of the Museum of Art History and the Museum of Natural History.
    Further sights on our tour are the neoclassical Parliament, the acclaimed Burgtheater and the striking City Hall.
    Guided tour of Schloss Schönbrunn On arrival at Schönbrunn Palace our guided tour starts at once, no need to wait for Austria’s most popular tourist attraction!
    The former imperial summer residence is a listed World Heritage Site and attracts millions of people from all over the world every year.
    We visit the historic state-rooms and see how the imperial family once lived. Afterwards you have time to take a stroll through the palace gardens or enjoy a cup of original Viennese coffee and a piece of delicious apple strudel.
  • Afternoon and evening at your own leisure
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 3

  • After breakfast, enjoy day at your own leisure.
  • In the afternoon proceed for the The Original Viennese Strudel Show. This show is organised at Café Residenz in the Cavalier Wing, situated left of the main entrance in the imperial palace Schönbrunn.
    Downstairs under the café in an old-time romantic cellar, you will find the “Hofbackstube Schönbrunn”.
    Here you have the chance to watch how an original professional confectioner prepare the world-renowned delicious “Viennese Apple strudel”. The staff in the bakery will invite you to sample these sweets and also provide you with insider information on Viennese bakery tradition.
    Finally, you can shop in the bakery. There you will find a broad selection of Apple strudel specials.
  • Evening at your own leisure
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 4

  • Breakfast at the hotel, Day at your own leisure
  • Evening Mozart and Strauss Concert
  • Overnight at the hotel

Day 5

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Proceed for tasting Experience at Café Museum
    Since 1899, the Café Museum in Vienna is a modern masterpiece for all senses. Come and discover our Viennese coffee house culture! Right next to where our tempting pastries are displayed, the Ferrari-red Chimbali coffee machine adds to the convincing atmosphere. The smell of coffee is in the air, spoons clatter and delicious Meinl coffee is served by elegant waiters. Silver globe light fixtures, in the original 1930s Josef Zotti-style, create a very special lighting effect. Take a seat on one of the original Thonet chairs or in one of the red booths and let the ambience of our Viennese coffee house surround you. We, the Querfeld family, have fallen in love with the Café Museum and turned it into a bright, inspiring place. So many coffee houses in Vienna must be common. In summer, you can enjoy the lightness of being in the urban guest garden, with a view of the Karlskirche and the golden dome of the Secession Building. Like Adolf Loos, Karl Kraus, Gustav Klimt and other brilliant minds more than a hundred years ago…
    Enjoy the Viennese coffee house culture having a Wiener Melange and a piece of applestrudel!
    Then continue to Augarten Porcelain Factory Museum in the former imperial pleasure building which illustrates the history of Viennese porcelain from its beginning to today.
  • Overnight at the hotel

Day 6

  • Breakfast at the hotel. Day at your own leisure or optional
  • Full day trip to Salzburg (regular and private option available)
    On the journey you will get a first impression of the beauty of the Salzkammergut countryside with its clear lakes and majestic mountains. “The Sound of Music” fans will recognise the landscape from the opening scenes of the film.
    Guided tour Salzburg – On a guided walk through the historical centre of Salzburg, we show you the most popular tourist attractions. One of the most famous scenes of “The Sound of Music” was filmed in the gardens of the Mirabell Palace. It was here that Maria sang, together with the children, the song “Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So” at the fountain and on the steps. As well you will see the horse pond and the riding school where Baron Trapp sang the “Edelweiß song”
    as a farewell. A real highlight of our city trip to Salzburg is the Getreidegasse, the street where the birthplace of Mozart is located. This narrow street still reminds us of the 18th century. Other tourist attractions on our sightseeing tour: University Church, St. Peter’s Abbey, the Salzburg Cathedral
    and the Festival Hall. You have some time at your disposal to explore the city, eat lunch or shop for souvenirs until our departure.
  • Return to Vienna
  • Overnight at the hotel

Day 7

  • Breakfast at the hotel. Proceed to ENJOY A Piece of Vienna at the SACHER ECK
  • At the Hotel Sacher, time never stands still. A fact that is impressively displayed in seven new suites on the bel étage, the new Sacher Eck and the new Sacher Confiserie. There is a lot going on behind the imperial facades of the Sacher Hotel in Vienna.
    In 2017, the owner family embarks on an ambitious journey of carefully renovating seven suites on the bel étage, creating 150 additional seats at the new Sacher Eck – which now spreads over two floors – as well as presenting a completely new concept for the Sacher Confiserie. “Managing a hotel is a
    permanent process of renewal,” asserts Reiner Heilmann and Armie-Angélique Weinberger, the two hotel managers at the Sacher hotels in Vienna and Salzburg. “Our guests expect the best – not only from our employees but from the hotels themselves.”
    The new Sacher Eck spreads over two floors, allowing for even more space to enjoy a glass of wine or delicious Sacher treats. On the newly created first floor, guests enjoy cosy seats, welcoming séparées and a magnificent view over the Philharmonikerstraße to the Vienna State Opera. The new Sacher Confiserie impresses with majestic white marble and the introduction of a new sales concept that focuses on visual and tactile experiences for the customers.
    A Piece of Vienna – The Original Sacher-Torte has been the most famous cake in the world since 1832 and the original recipe remains a well-kept secret of our hotel. Only the Original Sacher-Torte is produced according to this original recipe. The basis of the entire confection is a chocolate cake, thinly coated by hand with best-quality apricot jam. The chocolate icing on top of it is the crowning glory.
    It tastes best with a portion of unsweetened whipped cream.
  • Overnight at the hotel

Day 8
Vienna - departure

  • Breakfast at the hotel, followed by check out. Extras to be settled directly.
  • Transfer to Vienna International Airport for departure flight