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Vienna, Austria

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Vienna, Austria's grand capital on the Danube river, recently beat 231 other buzzing cities to be crowned the most liveable city in the world, offering the highest quality of life for the eighth year in a row, according to the Mercer 'Quality of Life' survey.

But you don’t have to live there to appreciate the incredible architecture, history and shopping. Travellers are always astounded by how beautiful the city really is. It has deeply rooted cultural traditions, including classical music, opera, theatre and art. The home and inspiration for such big names as Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. A startling architecture style which varies with every step you take.

Vienna has always ranked high in preference among MICE planners and decision makers. If you're intent on planning an incentive trip to Vienna, you should certainly visit the Vienna Convention Bureau website. Known as ‘Europe's most professional bureau’, VCB, supports planners and event organizers through the entire process.

Watch this video to get a feel of what Vienna has in store for you.


Here's a quick guide to planning a 2-3 day trip for a group tour
or travel incentive for employees, dealers, distributors or doctors.



The ideal way to get acquainted with Vienna would be to start with a tour of the Ringstrasse, the most beautiful boulevard in the world. On this tour, you will see Vienna's most famous buildings, palaces & monuments.

Essential extended visits and photo stops are recommended at Stadtpark, Imperial Palace, Maria Theresia's monument, Parliament building, Empress Elisabeth monument, the Imperial Crypt and St. Stephen's Cathedral.
Imperial Palace (Hofburg) - VIENNAImperia l Hofsburg treasury

Imperial Palace (Hofburg)
Imperial Palace (Hofburg)
- the seat of the great Habsburgs empire for more than 7 years and the Imperial Treasury displaying the Emperor’s Crown of the Holy Roman Empire (circa 962) and the Austrian Emperor’s Crown (1602). (Roll mouse over to view image)

St. Stephen's Cathedral (Stephansdom)
is the symbol of Vienna. 107.2 meters long and 34.2 meters wide, it has four towers. The cathedral's catacombs are the final resting place for Emperor Friedrich III, Prince Eugene of Savoy, and the Habsburg Duke Rudolph IV.
Parliament and Palace Epstein

The Reichsrat parliament building with the fountain of Pallas Athena, the monument of the republic, standing in front of it. (Roll mouse over to view image)

The Imperial Crypt (Kaisergruft)

is a burial chamber beneath the Capuchin Church and monastery in Vienna. Since 1633, the Imperial Crypt has been the principal place of entombment for members of the House of Habsburg.

The bones of 145 Habsburg royalty, plus urns containing the hearts or cremated remains of four others, are here, including 12 emperors and 18 empresses.


The inscription atop The Gloriette (at Schonbrunn) reads - 'Erected 1775 under the reign of Emperor Joseph and Empress Maria Theresia.'

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Spend some time visiting Vienna's hidden gems such as Emperor Franz Joseph's monument in Burggarten, The Belvedere Palace, or visiting one of the many churches Vienna is famous for, taking a horsedrawn carriage ride through the Central cemetery, to view some amazing tombstones and monuments of many great personalities such as Mozart & Beethoven, among many others.
Belvedere Palace
Emperor Franz Joseph monument at Burggarten
Mozart monument at the Central cemetery

Get in touch with us, via the contact form at the bottom of the page, if you need help organising a group tour or a corporate travel incentive tour to Vienna, Austria for your organisation's employees or channel partners.

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