An Evening of Viennese Waltz and Operetta at a traditional Viennese Heuriger :
Vienna is famous for its classical music, Viennese waltz, Viennese cuisine and the Viennese Heurigen. You can experience all that’s traditional about Vienna at a Wiener Heurigen Show.
In the rustic ambience of a genuine wine tavern which has been family owned since 1602, you can experience authentic Viennese music, cuisine and Vienna’s wine culture. The famous Heuriger Wolff in Neustift am Walde is ideally situated in the heart of the quaint Viennese wine village.
About the ’1. Wiener Heurigen Show’
At the Wiener Heurigen Show, the audience are entertained with a selection of famous waltz melodies, polkas and romantic arias & duets from operettas such as “Die Fledermaus”, “The Gipsy Baron” or “The Merry Widow”. Dressed in colourful costumes, the two singers (soprano and tenor) are accompanied by two charming dancers. The musicians and soloists are seasoned artists who have been performing and entertaining international audiences since 1995.
Your meal during the show includes appetizers (various cheese spreads, bread, rolls), a clear soup with crepe noodles and the main is a traditional platter of hot mixed meats with sauerkraut, white bread dumplings or potatoes, and salads. Dessert consists of the traditional Viennese Apple Strudel. Wine (from the heuriger’s own vineyards) and water are included with the meal as well as after dinner coffee.
At Heuriger Wolff, diners will experience a bit of “Wiener Gemütlichkeit” (Viennese atmosphere) as well as an evening of authentic food, local wine and entertainment!
The Heuriger Wolff is about 10 minutes from Vienna town centre. You can make online reservations here through our partner Classictic.
To get there by public transportation:
- Take the U4 or U6 or Tram D to Spittelau Station, then transfer to Bus no. 35A and get off at “Neustift am Walde”
- Bus nightlines: N35 and ASTAX after 7:30 p.m.
There is a taxi stand at about 30 metres distance from the Wolff Heuriger .
1190 Vienna – Neustift am Walde
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