Kunst Haus Wien – A Hundertwasser Designed Museum

Kunst Haus Wien © W. Simlinger/Wien Tourism

Kunst Haus Wien is a Viennese Museum Designed by Hundertwasser: Located in Vienna’s third district is a Viennese museum that many visitors will find fascinating. Established in 1991, the Kunst Haus Wien was designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser, a unique Austrian painter and architect. The Kunst Haus contains the Museum Hundertwasser – the world’s only permanent […]

Salzburg Easter Festival with the Berlin Philharmoniker

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Enjoy Easter in Salzburg with the Berlin Philharmoniker at the Salzburg Easter Festival: The Salzburg Easter Festival (Salzburger Osterfestspiele) is here again and this year, Classictic is delighted to be able to offer customers the ability to book online for this popular Salzburg music event.  And, what’s more, you will receive a 10% discount on […]

Globe Museum – The Only One of its Kind in the World

Globe Museum © Globenmuseum / Österreichische Nationalbibliothek

Vienna’s Globen Museum is the only Globe Museum in the World: Vienna’s Globe Museum (Globen Museum in German) is the only one of its kind in the world.  Administered by the Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek (Austrian National Library), the Globe Museum is housed in the Palais Mollard, a beautifully restored palace in the first district, just a […]

Third Man Museum – Dedicated to “TheThird Man”

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Third Man Museum – A Private Museum Dedicated to the Classic Movie The Third Man: When it comes to classic movies, The Third Man is up there with the best. That’s why this classic film has a museum of its own in Vienna, the Dritte Mann Museum or Third Man Museum. The Third Man Graham […]

A Mozart Dinner Concert at St Peter Stiftskeller

St. Peter Stiftskeller © Tourismus Salzburg

Enjoy A Candlelight Mozart Dinner Concert At St Peter Stiftskeller Salzburg: Located in the centre of Salzburg Old Town, between the Cathedral and the Festival Halls, is St. Peter Stiftskeller, a Salzburg restaurant that stakes its claim as the oldest restaurant in the whole of Central Europe. St. Peter Stiftskeller is famous for its Mozart […]

Karlskirche – A Church Dedicated to St. Charles Borromeo

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Vienna’s Karlskirche Is A Church Dedicated to St. Charles Borromeo : Situated on the south side of Karlsplatz is the Church of St Charles Borromeo (Karlskirche in German), said to be one of the most outstanding Baroque churches north of the Alps. This magnificent church building, with its large cupola, was the last work of […]

Musikverein – Vienna’s Famous Concert Hall

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Musikverein Is Home To The Wiener Philharmoniker: Vienna’s concert hall, the Musikverein, is well known to music lovers the world over. For it is from the Große Musikvereinssaal, or Goldene Saal (Golden Hall) that the city’s legendary Wiener Philharmoniker New Year’s Concert is broadcast to over 50 countries each year. Home of Wiener Philharmoniker The […]

Mirabell Palace and Gardens – Salzburg

Mirabell Palace, Salzburg

Prince Archbishop von Raitenau’s Palace of Love: Built in 1606 by Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau, Schloss Mirabell was originally called Altenau Palace. Prince Archbishop von Raitenau built the palace for his mistress Salome Alt which explains the origin of the Altenau Palace name. Altenau Palace was built by the Prince Archbishop as a […]

Salzburg W.A. Mozart Airport (SZG)

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Salzburg Airport Transfers: Salzburg Airport is just four kilometres from Salzburg city centre. Named after its famous son, Salzburg W.A. Mozart Airport is Austria’s second largest airport (after Vienna).  The airport is well connected to the main European hubs and there are direct flights to Salzburg from Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Cologne-Bonn, Frankfurt, Vienna, Paris, London […]