How to buy tickets for the New Year's Concerts
The New Year's Concert in Vienna has been a tradition for over six decades. . It has been broadcast on TV and radio to over 50 countries. The 2008 New Year's Day Concert was conducted by the french conductor Georges Prêtre. The Summer Olympics in Beijing was also saluted by the orchestra with Chinese Gallop of the elder Johann Strauss. Due to extremely high demand, tickets for the three traditional end of year concerts are drawn by lot at the beginning of each year. Between January 2nd and 23rd of every year, registrations will be accepted to take part in the drawing for tickets to the following end of year concerts.
The ticket prices currently range between €25 and €850 for the New Year's Concert , €20 and €680 for the New Year's Eve Concert, and €130 and €380 for the Preview Performance. The program is the same for all three concerts.
you must go Golden Hall to...
you must go Golden Hall to listen the concert, go to national Opera theater to watch opera, go to national museum to watch many unpriced art works... ... watched the concert for new year and new centry in Golden Hall.
4th district - Wieden
The Engelbrunnen is a historic well that was built by Anton Wagner in 1893.
Wieden (that's how the 4th district is called) is a very small district and usally not the centre of attraction for tourists.
The heart of Vienna is the...
The heart of Vienna is the Innerestadt,the area that lay within the city walls until they were demolished in the mid-nineteenth century.It is here that some of Vienna's most popular tourist attractions can ben found,along with pedestrianised streets, and countless shops,cafes,bars and restaurants.
The centre point is the Graben / literally,moat/
a wide square lined with shops and pavement cafes under large umbrellas.
Following the demolition of the city walls in 1857,the Ringstrasse was laid out some of Vienns's
most beatiful buildings were built along it between 1858 and 1865. Among the most important are the Saatsoper State Opera House,,Museum of the Fine Arts, National History Museum, Parliament,City Hall and Burgtheater. Karlskirch,the historic homes of Schubert and Gluck .
Vienna is also famous for its coffee houses. There are many different types of cafe as well as an amazing of cakes and pastries. Cafes Demel,
and Hotel Sacher are famous for the Sachertorte,which is a chocolate cake with a layer of apricot jam.
The Vienna State Opera House puts on no less than 33 operas during its season. Of course there's what is probably the world's most famous event at which to be seen, the Vienna Opera Ball. When a city names Mozart, Mahler, Bruckner, The Strauss', and Schonberg among its native so it is difficult not to encounter music everywhere you listen
When the Turks invalved Austria they introduced an epidemic. The average Austrian now drinks more than 200 liters of caffee a year and Vienna has hundreds of coffee shops from the traditional Kaffehaus, offering games and good spirits to the more refined Cafe Konditorei with its cakes and pastries.
Hochstrahlbrunnen - it's a...
Hochstrahlbrunnen - it's a fountain near the Wiener Ringstrasse,
at Schwarzenbergplatz. You can get there with the trams 1, 2, D,
71 or the bus 4A. By night the water is illuminated in different