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.
This exhibition shows for the first time around 100 top-class masterpieces from the collection of the Albertina in the context of the chequered and exciting life story of its founders. The large-scale presentation unites the highlights of the collection, from Michelangelo through Rembrandt and Rubens to Caspar David Friedrich. The centrepiece of the Albertina is Dürer's famous "Young Hare".
picture © Albertina
On 27 June, 2014 the Spanish Riding School will once more be transformed into a stunning event location for the most magniﬁcent summer ball in Vienna – the Fête Impériale.
Seize the opportunity to experience this unique event and treat yourself to an unforgettable stay in Vienna!
The longest Blues Festival in the world is to be found in Vienna. For the tenth time, the greats of the local scene meet starts of the international Blues community for six whole weeks. Three hundred musicians from 13 countries are expected at the anniversary event. The 42 concerts will be held at four locations.
The Sigmund Freud Museum dedicates an exhibition to the travels of the world-famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. He made numerous private and business trips in his lifetime. To mark the 75th anniversary of his death on 23 September 2014, the exhibition shows documents, souvenirs and photographs of his stays for the first time until 5 October 2014.
picture © Sigmund Freud Museum