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    Seggauschloss: The Weding ceremony

    by croisbeauty Updated Jan 23, 2012

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    Visit the Castle of Seggau near Leibnitz in southern Austria near border with Slovenia. The Castle is dominating the hill which rises above the town of Leibnitz.
    If visiting it on Sunday, you might be lucky as I was because at the time of my visit there was a lovely weding ceremony in the Castle.

    Seggauschloss
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    The Opera in Vienna: cheap standing-places for 2 euros

    by globetrott Updated Feb 26, 2010

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    For the opera in Vienna you can order very good tickets in all price-levels, when you click on my link below ! In case that you are on a budget and dont mind to get just a STANDING-place in Staatsoper, you can get tickets for just 2 euros (and there are also some for 3,50 euros) and there are lots of them available for each and every performance !
    Every day there is a different program (take a look at the link below !!) and 1 hour +20 minutes before the performance will start,you are able to buy these tickets for the standing-places. In case that Netrebko or any other famous star is part of the ensemble that night, it might make sense to queue up for the standing-places maybe 2 hours before the performance starts. The counter to buy tickets for "STEHPLATZ" is in OPERNGASSE, inside the Oper, so be there IN time, and you will get one of these cheap tickets ! The door of Staatsoper in Operngasse will open just 80 minutes before the performance starts, BUT you may queue up in front of the door, under the arcades of the Oper !
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    Just to make it clear :The main entrance of the Opera is at RING-strasse. When you look at the Opera from Ringstrasse you have Kaerntner-Strasse and Herbert von Karajan-Platz at your right, that is where the souvenir-shops, the ticket-office and Opern-Cafe is and Hotel Bristol etc..
    On your LEFT is Operngasse, the street leading towards the Albertina :
    THERE is that small door, under the arcades of the Opera, and it will have a small signpost "Stehplatz-Kasse"

    Dress Code: There is no strict dress-code at all any more in Staatsoper, you may be dressed like a tourist, BUT I also saw a perfectely-dressed tourist who was kicked out because he was drunk !

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    Mozarthaus: a place where Mozart used to perform

    by globetrott Updated Feb 26, 2010

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    This is an interesting concert in Vienna for all fans of classical music ! This concert takes place at the so-called "Sala terrena", a historical place, where Mozart himself used to play for Archibishop Colloredo in 1781. The Sala terrena is decorated with ornate frescos in the style of the late Venetian Renaissance, a perfect location to perform chamber-music of the late 18th century.
    You can buy the ticket at a hotel-reception or at one of the many Mozart-people in the streets of Vienna. A deposit of 8 or 11 euros is ment for the reservation of your seat, and you have to fix the date of the performance as well. You get a voucher and present it to the cashier in Mozarthaus and pay just the rest of 27 or 31 euros at the cashier.
    The final Prices for you are exactely the same,no matter whether you buy at the "Mozart-people" or directely at the evening-cashier : 35,- or 42 Euros
    With buying at the Mozarts or at your hotel-reception you will have a fixed reservation as well !
    The price of the tickets is :
    Cathegory A: 11,- € deposit + 31,- € at the cashier
    makes a total of 42 Euros
    Cathegory B : 8,- € deposit + 27,- € at the cashier
    makes a total of 35 Euros
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    The concerts will take place
    Sat at 06.00p.m. and Thu+Fri+Sun at 07.30p.m.
    The ordinary program is :
    W. A. Mozart Quartett in C Major KV.157
    Allegro - Andante - Presto
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    Franz Schubert German Dance
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    W. A. Mozart Little night music
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    J. Haydn Quartett in d - moll op. 76/2
    " Fifths Quartett"
    * * * * *

    Dress Code: This performance is ment for tourists, so there is no real need to "dress formally "!

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    Vienna State Opera: Watching operas and concerts

    by hopang Updated Jan 17, 2010

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    Vienna State Opera is located on the Ringstrasse in the first district in the heart of the city of Vienna. It is in fact the first building on the Ringstrasse where most foreign tourists begin their walking tour in the heart of Vienna. The State Opera House was constructed in 1869. It was designed by August von Siccardsburg and Eduard van der Nüll in Renaissance style of architecture. However both these men did not live to see the official opening of the State Opera in 1869.

    The Opera House was completely destroyed in the second World War in 1945 from a bomb attack and was reconstructed in 1955. It is one of the most famous opera houses in the world. Vienna State Opera is famous for its Vienna Philharmonic whose members are recruited from the Opera House. Vienna State Opera has its own Christmas and New Year's concerts. However the famous annual New Year's concerts that broadcast live to many parts of the world are held at Musikverein located at Dumbastrasse not far from Vienna State Opera House.

    It is a great experience to watch some operas at State Opera when you visit the city of Vienna on your vacation. Prices of tickets are a little bit expensive but it is certainly worth your vacation. Please visit the below website for the monthly schedule and programme if you intend to watch entertainment at Vienna State Opera.

    Dress Code: No proper dress code is required for entering the State Opera.

    Vienna State Opera Theatre hall - left Theatre hall - right
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    Casino Wien, Vienna: Elegant casino in the heart of the city

    by hopang Updated Jan 17, 2010

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    It is easy to pass time in the heart of the city of Vienna in the evenings and/or at nights. One way to pass time is to enter the elegant Casino Wien located right in the heart of the city. There are lots of slot machines to gamble your night away. The casino also has classic table games such as roulette, poker and black jack. However passport is required for international travellers to enter the casino as required by the law of the country. The casino opens from 11.00 a.m. until very late at night every day.

    Busy K��rntnerstrasse outside the casino
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    Zell am See, and lots of others: A quiet ski village at night

    by 850prc Written Jun 24, 2007

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    It may seem like a strange nightlife tip, but I cannot tell you how peaceful it can be wandering around a small Austrian ski village in the evening. Sure, there are plenty of bierkellers hopping and thumping with the sounds of music and partying. And, I heartily recommend partaking of the apres-ski of Austrian beer gardens, but...

    For a chance to just take in the magic of it all, especially if you happen to be from a place where snow is pretty rare, just explore the streets of your village at night. Listen to the crunch of the snow beneath your boots, notice how the stars seem to have an extra shine. Good stuff.

    Zell am See at night

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  • Stadtwerkstatt and Kapu: Nightlife in Linz

    by funana Written Apr 29, 2007

    For all the reggae Dub and Hiphop lovers out there..
    when you stop by in Linz take a look at the program at " Kapu " and " Stadtwerkstatt" .. good places for live music, dancing, and having a good time

    Dress Code: no specific dress code -- feel free to wear what you like :-)

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    Die Weisse: For beer lovers

    by Helga67 Updated Apr 27, 2007

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    The Salzburger Weissbierbrauerei is a popular beer garden in Salzburg. This brewery brews 'die Weisse', a wheat beer.

    It's a great place for lunch in the beer garden or just a weisse beer in the pub.

    Weisse beer Weisse brewery
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  • O'Malleys: The quiet Irish pub in Salzburg

    by gocavs Written Dec 6, 2006

    There are several Irish pubs in Salzburg but this is by far the most relaxed and laid back. From the front door and ceiling/wall design it reminded me of a hobbit hole from Lord of The Rings. The bartenders are very friendly and will expect you to speak english! They have all the same drinks as Shamrock except for a few specials (both are owned by the same people). If you want to relax and talk then this is the bar to visit. There are also two bar areas (up front and in the back) and many seating areas.

    Dress Code: It's casual.

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  • Shamrock: The rowdy Irish bar in Salzburg

    by gocavs Written Dec 6, 2006

    There are several bars in Salzburg where you aren't hanging around with old men drinking from giant Steins. (but if that's what you're after then read the tip about Augustiner Braeustuebl). Shamrock is one of several Irish-themed bars in Salzburg but the best if live music is what you're looking for. One bar up front (i think Guinnes, Kaiser, a Wheat beer, and another dark ale on tap) and plenty of seating in the back. It's louder and and a little darker than my other favorite Irish bar in Salzburg (O'Malleys). On the weekends expect the place to be busy.

    Dress Code: It's casual.

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    Cathedral at night

    by dr.firas Updated Feb 23, 2005

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    The Cathedral of Wien is glowing at night, wonderful to spend your night time there, we had the famous wonderful hot Puncsh outside, and we were chatting in Russian language, as we wanted to change the language at night LOL
    and what're you know, Russian people were next to us, and we joined them, they were so nice, and we all had great times with them for almost 3 hours!
    The Cathedral itself is wonderful at night, go and buy a candle, and light it and make a wish!

    Dr.Firas in the Church *by Angelinka*
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    Night waterfalls made of lights!

    by dr.firas Updated Jan 4, 2005

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    Night waterfalls made of lights from all the buildings and houses, again a great show at night, exclusively in the Christmas period!
    don't tell me you are still not chosing the right time to go to Vienna after all this!

    Vienna
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    Cathedral sights at night!

    by dr.firas Updated Jan 4, 2005

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    The Cathedral of Wien is glowing at night, wonderful to spend your night time there, we had the famous wonderful hot Puncsh outside, and we were chatting in Russian language, as we wanted to change the language at night LOL
    and what're you know, Russian people were next to us, and we joined them, they were so nice, and we all had great times with them for almost 3 hours!

    Vienna
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    Schtraus

    by dr.firas Updated Jan 4, 2005

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    Austria could be very proud of those genuis musicans it gave for humanity, like Schtraus and Mozart, I thought in the begining I'd see Mozart statue in the Park but I was wrong, it was Schtraus, so I kept singing the Blue Danube melody all the time, and some times Rock me Amadious by Falco!

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    X-mas

    by dr.firas Updated Jan 4, 2005

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    The X-mas is the best period of visiting Vienna, otherwise you'll miss all this wonderful decorations in the streets, a phenomenon which pushes you to go outside for a walk even in the coldest winter days LOL

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