Useful links about Vienna

Austrian Tourism Board

Extensive information on Vienna and its surroundings, plus other Austrian destinations. Includes culture, travel tips, and weather reports. www.austria.info

 

Vienna Tourism Board
Vienna transportation, restaurants  and sightseeing information. www.wien.info; www.vienna.info

 

Viennese Society of Music Lovers—Musikverein
Updated classical music concert schedules and online tickets for venues throughout the city, including performances by the Viennese Philharmonic Orchestra. www.musikverein.at

 

Vienna State Opera
Information on the current program, history, performances, artists, and guided tours of the Vienna State Opera house. Also, online ticket sales. www.wiener-staatsoper.at

 

Vienna Boys’ Choir
Up-to-date information on the concert schedule, plus historical information, photos, and audio clips. www.wsk.at

 

Spanish Riding School
The history and philosophy of the famous Viennese Spanish Riding School, plus online ticket sales for the current performances. www.srs.at

 

Jewish Vienna
Celebrates eight centuries of Jewish history in the Leopoldstadt district. Includes cultural facts and information on guided tours and Jewish weddings. www.jewish-vienna.at

 

Viennese cafés
Informative guide to Vienna’s coffeehouse culture, plus the addresses of some of the best known traditional Viennese cafés. www.wiener-kaffeehaus.at

 

Heurigen Express
Information about Vienna’s unique wine taverns or heurigen. Includes the schedule for Heurigen Express train tours around the Viennese vineyards. www.heurigenexpress.at

 

Danube Boat Trips
Boat trips in and around Vienna. For the current schedule and routes, check www.ddsg-blue-danube.at.

 

Bratislava Boat Trips
Schedule and fare information for boat tours from Vienna to Slovakia’s capital Bratislava, which is about 37 miles (60 kilometers) away from the city via Twin City Liner. www.twincityliner.com

 

Sigmund Freud Museum
Historical and tour information about the house where Sigmund Freud lived and worked between 1891 and 1938. www.freud-museum.at