Sacher is at the heart of the city – geographically, culturally and historically. We take Vienna’s pulse daily and keep our guests informed of the most interesting events, the best places to go and things to do – as well as all of Sacher’s own news. Furthermore we created some special packages to make your stay in Vienna unforgettable.
It is our utmost wish to make your stay in Vienna unforgettable! Therefore we combined a stay at the Hotel Sacher Wien with our highlights of Vienna - the result: some very special and unique packages, from a one of a kind experience to a romantic get-away for two and from a cultural trip to a musical excursion with your children.
From 4 July to 6 September, Vienna's City Hall Square is a pulsating meeting point for night owls who like to combine culture with dining out. Delicious dishes and music films from opera to pop guarantee perfect summer evenings - with free admission every day.
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The Vienna Jazz Festival, a fixed item in the annual festival series, offers more than the eponymous cool sound. Soul, funk, pop, electronic and ethnic sounds can also be enjoyed - and all in leading venues such as the Vienna State Opera.
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In summer, ImPulsTanz turns Vienna into an international hot-spot of dance. Europe's biggest dance festival presents countless performances from 16 July to 16 August. This time around, museums also become stages. Fans of movement can get in on the action at 250 workshops.
In summertime, Vienna has a lot of attractions and highlights to offer. Enjoy Vienna's summer nights at one of the numerous bars and restaurants on the Danube Canal or at the MuseumsQuartier or stroll around on one of Vienna's flea and antiques markets. Numerous open-air cinemas show films on a wide range of topics. In September, the Vienna State Opera will show selected performances live on a screen on the square in front of the Opera House. They are free to watch.
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A wealth of palaces and opulent public buildings arose along Vienna’s Ringstrasse during the economic boom of the late nineteenth century. The “Klimt and the Ringstrasse” exhibition in summer 2015 at the Lower Belvedere is dedicated to those charismatic painters of the Ringstrasse who exercised a profound influence on their time.
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