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Events Guide Vienna

So, you're interested in Vienna? Good, you’re in the right place. It’s a charming and ancient fortress city that lies snuggled on the eastern fringe of the Alps, on the banks of the Danube River. Being the capital of Austria, Vianna offers art, culture, and a lot of history.

Our Vienna City Guide is all you need to plan your next event. Everything from the best areas to breathtaking venues is just a short read away.

And remember, our local experts are just a click away if you need any help.

Hosting an  Event in Vienna

This glittering city gave birth to an artistic and cultural revolution that changed Vienna’s future and secured its place as one of the world’s greatest cities. Free thinking flourished – especially in its cafes – and when it comes to new ideas, let’s just say they’re built into the cobblestones.

As for the present day, events in Vienna are flourishing. Vienna has seen a 15% increase in event traffic in the last year, providing 21,500 jobs.

From Music, art, and floral festivals to Opera balls, from open markets to fairs and exhibitions, the events in Vienna are just magical. You can also venture into hybrid events in beautiful studios starting at € 50 per hour, seminars in modern seminar lofts starting at € 30 per hour, or even meetings in state-of-the-art meeting rooms starting at € 25 per hour.

Booking an Event Venue in Vienna

Vienna, as we know, is situated right in the heart of Europe. It ranks amongst the most beautiful old towns in Europe. With beautiful gardens, numerous churches, and castles, Vienna boasts an imperial flair, as you’ll see from our selection of event venues in Vienna.

It’s not all history. However, there is the perfect blend between old and new, traditional and modern. So, when it comes to event venues, you can find an impressive infrastructure for meetings in a compact area, different conference centres, flexible meeting venues in hotels, and other wonderful event locations.

Whether you‘re looking for a small affair or a large occasion, we have tons of event venues in Vienna to offer. From terrace gardens to event ships and hip cafes to 5-star hotels, Vienna has it all.

The Best Areas in Vienna

There’s no place like Vienna! And no matter the area, you are bound to find yourself loving it. Vienna is divided into 19 districts, with most of its population residing outside the pricey and commerce-driven Inner Stadt.

The most interesting areas in Vienna include places around the elegant Museum District and the historic Hofburg. There you have lively dining spots, shopping areas, and crazy nightlife unfurling out from St Stephen’s Cathedral. If you want a more local experience, try places like Neubau or Belvedere Palace.

Getting around Vienna

One of the best ways of getting around Vienna is by foot. And for cyclists, the paths along the banks of the Danube are a dream.

Vienna also has a modern, efficient, and reasonably priced public transport network (U-Bahan and S- Bahn subway). This is the best way of getting around Vienna when you’re outside the city center.

It’s easy to use thanks to the well-organized digital hub where you can get all the maps, apps, timetables, and tickets hassle-free.

These subway trains run every five minutes, starting from 5 A.M to midnight, Monday to Thursday and Sunday, and 24 hours a day on Friday and Saturday. They are swift and perfect to get around Vienna if there’s a time constraint.

If you’re not in a hurry, then Vienna’s 29 tram lines are a hoot. These trams ply from 5 A.M. to 11:45 P.M. They are the most cost-effective means to go sightseeing.

The bus is the best to travel to the remote parts of town. They are reliable, economical and run from 5 A.M to midnight. You even have the night buses that cover most of the city and run every half-hour till 5 A.M.

Food in Vienna

So, what would a Vienna city guide be without talking about food? There is just so much cool food in Vienna that you need to try. But for the time being, here are a few of our favourite bites.

#1. Sachertorte- This legendary dish was created in 1832 by a 16-year-old apprentice chef Franz Sacher. It is a rich, decadent chocolate torte coated with a layer of apricot jam and covered with a lot more chocolate icing, and this pairs best with whipped cream. Yum Yum!

#2 Strudel- Every Austrian loves their strudel. It’s a layered pastry that comes with all things beautiful like fruits, nuts, and some hot custard on the side. You also have the savoury version with vegetables and meat.

#3 Wiener Schnitzel- A thin veal cutlet coated with breadcrumbs pan-fried to perfection and served with a wedge of lime and fresh salad on the side. Trust us when we say that no trip to Vienna is complete without trying a Wiener Schnitzel.

#4 Wiener Würste- At every corner, you will find a stand where you can make a stand on what you want to eat. We’re talking about Vienna’s famous sausage stands that serve sausages of all shapes, sizes, and meat in hot dogs, sandwiches, or simply on the plate, accompanied with mustard and beer.

Weather in Vienna

When it comes to the weather in Vienna, one can say that it has a typical dry continental climate, with warm summers and cold winters. Vienna’s weather is pleasing and exciting all year round. One thing is for sure, no matter what the weather is, Vienna is in full swing.

So depending on whether you like the warm comfortable summer, the mild autumn breeze, the lively springtime, or the snowball winters, you can host events all the way.

Winter(December- February)

  • Average High: 5 °C
  • Average Low: -1 °C

Spring (March- May)

  • Average High: 21 °C
  • Average Low:  4 °C

Summer (June-August)

  • Average High: 26°C
  • Average Low: 14°C

Autumn (September-November)

  • Average High: 21 °C
  • Average Low: 3 °C

Wrapping Up

So there you have it, our complete Vienna city guide. And don’t forget our local experts, who are eagerly waiting to assist you in exploring the city even more. All you have to do is ask!

FAQ for Event Venues in Vienna

Venues in Vienna have pricing starting from € 30 an hour. But if you’re looking to hire the venue for the day, prices range from € 400 to € 1,500. However, prices may differ depending on the extra services you ask for.

Being the 5th most peaceful country in the world, it is safe to say that Vienna is relatively safe for a city approaching about 2 million inhabitants. However, we advise you to always be on guard and stay calm at all times. Here are some tips for visitors to your event in Vienna:

  • Refrain from walking alone at night.
  • Keep to the popular tourist areas, particularly at night.
  • Avoid using street taxis. Use public transport, or just Uber it.
  • Make sure your hotel has proper security.

Take your event a step higher by organizing some after-work drinks or a private dining event. However, if you're looking to charm your guests with an exquisite Vienna experience, then here’s what you’ve got to try:

  • The fun nightlife at either the  Loos American Bar or Celeste
  • Explore Schönbrunn Palace & Gardens
  • Visit the Spanish Riding School
  • Ride the Wiener Riesenrad at The Prater
  • See the sights in the Historic Center of Vienna

When it comes to cancelling an event in Vienna, there is not much of a hassle. You can go ahead and cancel your event anywhere from 14 to 30 days before your event. Refunds from vendors and venues can be done, of course with a small service fee to acknowledge any amount of work put in.

Even though German is the national language, 90-95% of the people do speak English. So it is safe to say that your international guests will have no issues while attending your event in Vienna. Even if you do run into a situation concerning language barriers, our local experts are always available to assist.

We definitely can. We’re here to make sure that all your event needs are met. Starting from listing out a list of perfect venues to marketing and staging. Everything can be customised to your preference for your event in Vienna.

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