Three fairy tales of Vienna

We have no doubts you are not going to be bored in the fascinating Austrian capital, but in case you want to have a real aristocratic experience, here you have three ideas.

Three fairy tales of Vienna
You can feel like a royalty and discover the magical atmosphere of the summer residence of Maria Theresa, get to know details from the life of mysterious Empress Sisi and visit an impressive horse-riding show. Here are some suggestions for an exclusive experience in the capital of Austria:

An evening in Schönbrunn
An outstanding combination of the opportunity to walk around one of the most beautiful palaces in the world, an elegant dinner in Café-Restaurant Residenz and the culmination of classical music concert of masterpieces of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss in the impressive Orangery of the palace. The menu includes Franz Josef’s favorite meal and the Applestrudel, handmade in the Imperial bakery Schönbrunn.

Sisi’s Treasures
If you are interested in learning more about the controversial life of one of the most impressive women of the 19th century, then you would be charmed by the museums and imperial buildings, as well as to the two main residences of the Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife the Empress Elisabeth (‘Sisi’). You will have the opportunity to see the unique Imperial Furniture Collection, which is the largest collection in the world with around 160 000 items. The royal dinner and the classic concert are an unalterable part of the experience.

Spanish Riding School
The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is the only institution worldwide which for more than 430 years has practiced and continues to cultivate the art of classical equestrianism. The admirable equine ballet with choreography inspired by the perfect relationship between horse and equestrian is happening in the baroque surroundings of the Hofburg Imperial Palace. Visitors to performances witness the stunning manoeuvres of the Lipizzaners - the oldest European pure-bred horse and is derived mainly from Spanish, Italian and oriental bloodline. The precision and lightness of execution of every single movement completely synchronized with the music will leave you totally amazed.

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