Austria's illustrious history leaves a lot of memories behind.
Uncover the delights of former glory.
Born in Hamburg in 1833, Brahms first went to Vienna in 1862 and
discovered Muerzzuschlag in 1884; where he started work on his Symphony No.4.
Wienerstrasse 4, Muerzzuschlag, Steiermark.
Concerts are held at the museum throughout the year.
1st May to 30th September:
Daily from 10:0 -12:00 and 14:00-17:00.
1st October to 30th April:
Daily from 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-16:00.
Ars Electronica Center: (Linz)
Tagged Museum of the Future, the Ars Electronica Center is a unique project which
facilitates and implements the harmonious collaboration of art, technology and society.
The Bregenz Festival takes place on a floating stage in Lake Constance (Bodensee). In the
last few years, the Bregenz Festival has developed into one of the most important European
cultural events. A highly sophisticated program and unique productions, combine with the
breathtaking landscape to draw around 200,000 visitors to Lake Constance annually.
The Archaeological Park Carnuntum, approximately 40 kms east of Vienna, comprises the
towns of Petronell-Carnuntum and Bad Deutsch-Altenburg and holds secrets of Roman history.
A4 and B9 from Vienna (30-45mins).
S7 from Vienna station Wien-Mitte or Wien-Nord to station Petronell-Carnuntum or Bad
Deutsch-Altenburg takes about an hour. You can rent bikes at both train stations.
German language courses and accommodation in Vienna. Learn the German language rapidly
with these intensive classes and experience the Austrian culture while you're at it.
German Language School in Vienna:
ActiLingua Academy offer special packages for people who want to study language and
culture in Vienna.
Judisches Museum der Stadt Wien, Dorotheergasse 11, Vienna.
Open Sunday to Friday, 1000 - 1800, Thursdays 1000 - 2000. Closed Saturdays. Site is in
Exhibitions run by the City of Vienna. Its main focus is international contemporary art
and the modernist tradition.
Laxenburg, about 15km south of Vienna, was the favourite summer residence of the
Sigmund Freud Museum:
Sigmund Freud Society, Berggasse 19, Vienna.
Promoting the cultural heritage of Austria; castles, palaces and monasteries.
Vienna's English Theatre:
Founded in 1963, Vienna's English Theatre is the oldest foreign language theatre in
continental Europe. Year-round productions of English and American classics, thrillers,
comedies and farces as well as guest appearances by international star performers.
Well-known stage and screen personalities to the Josefsgasse include Anthony Quinn, Linda
Gray, Larry Hagman, Leslie Nielsen and Princess Grace of Monaco.
What will be the sound of music when you're in the capital of Austria?
What's playing at the opera.
Concert program in Vienna.
Collection of museums of historical interest around Vienna; with pictures, commentary and
opening hours. Only in German.
Getting to Austria, and other information for tourists.
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