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March - July 

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Holiday Length

3 nights

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Price guide

From £550pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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City break, Tailor-made

Highlights

Vienna city break

Discover the grand imperial glamour of Vienna, where extravagant palaces sit alongside laid-back coffee houses. On this Vienna city break, you’ll enjoy a private walking tour with our expert guide, who will lead you through the treasures of the Kunsthistorisches Museum and Leopold Museum. Our concierge can also book additional private tours, arrange spa treatments or find you a table at a top restaurant during your Vienna tour.

Why Vienna?

Vienna is one of the most musical cities in the world. You'll experience the worlds and works of Mozart, Haydn, Strauss (both junior and senior) Schubert, Brahms and countless others here. Revel in the exquisite sounds coming from venerable music venues such as the neo-Renaissance Staatsoper, a cultural bastion with an illustrious history.

Only second to its music are Vienna's coffee houses, which feel more like second homes to the city’s residents. The culinary scene is quietly bubbling away, particularly in Beisln (bistros), which are known for their eclectic blend of homely cuisine, delicious brews and fine wines.

From Schloss Belvedere to Schloss Schönbrunn and the monumental Hofburg complex, you'll feel the city's rich legacy in many ways. One of the best displays of Vienna's imperial past can be seen at the Spanish Riding School of Vienna, where an army of powerful Lipizzaner stallions perform haute ecole movements of classical dressage. With a flick of a hoof and swish of an intricately plaited mane, the horses and their riders appear to fly across the ground. The arena itself is just as elaborate and could easily pass for a ballroom.

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