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Dear friends of Vienna!

We trust that you could relish the spring and summer months to the full, discovering new things and places, and tanking plenty of energy at the same time for our Autumn Programme. We offer you a wide range of suggestions and events, including for example our district walks. And do please take note of the date of the International Tourist Guide Day in February of the coming year. So now please enjoy browsing through the Newsletter!

Save the date: » International Tourist Guide Day 2018

Sunday, 18th February 2018

We would like to draw your attention to the upcoming Tourist Guide Day. The Vienna Guides will offer a wide-spanned programme in and around the Weltmuseum Wien which will be reopend in October 2017!

We are pleased to offer tours for our guests who have lost their sight or suffer from bad sight. These will take place in on 16th February.  

We are looking forward to welcoming you!

» A tour around Spittelberg

Discover Vienna

Have you ever thought of taking a tour around the Spittelberg? Let us accompany you through this beautiful neighbourhood which is located right behind MuseumsQuartier. The area is famous for its romantic alleys and charming Biedermeier-style houses. However, in bygone days this neighbourhood was known as the “Mountain of Venus”, given the many small taverns where patrons could purchase more than just food and drink. Enjoy an outdoor guided tour to investigate the history of this enchanting area and its eventful past. 

Duration: 1,5 to 2 hours.

» Request

» A tour through the Central Cemetary Vienna

Discover Vienna

In 1874 Viennese citizen Jakob Zelzer was the first to be buried in the newly-opened Central Cemetery. Today this cemetery with more than 3 million graves is the largest in Europe (only Hamburg-Ohlsdorf is larger in area). Besides countless normal citizens the cemetery has the largest number of graves of celebrities: Musicians such as Beethoven, Schubert, Johann Strauss or Falco; actors such as Hans Moser, Theo Lingen or Curd Jürgens; painters, architects and sculptors and other luminaries are interred here next to Presidents of the Republic and Mayors of the city. Sectors for various religions – Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Islamic or Buddhist—offer people of all faiths the possibility to be buried here. Particularly impressive is the Art Nouveau Church of St. Charles Borromeo.

Duration: 1,5 to 2 hours.  

» Request

Recommendations for exhibitions and events:

Bruegel. Drawing the world. Until 3rd Dec. » Albertina
Rubens. The power of transformation. From 17th Oct. » Kunsthistorisches Museum

Vienna Wine Hiking Day on 30th Sep & 1st Oct. » Where?
Vienna Design Week. From 28th Sep. » More
Long Night of Museums on 7th Oct. » Details 

Kind Regards

The Newsletter-Team