The Museumsquartier is Vienna’s number one place to see and be seen. Some 60 cultural institutions make their home here. Like mumok, Central Europe’s largest museum of modern art. In the summer, the Viennese enjoy lounging about in one of the many “Enzi” outdoor sofas. Winter draws visitors with a Christmas market offering hot punch and curling.
Vienna has much more to offer than just waltz, opera and classical music. The city regularly hosts a colourful spectrum that includes the international stars of rock and pop. There also is an active club scene for jazz fans. Even fans of electronic music will find plenty of exciting venues here. In Vienna, you can dance the night away – and not just in the classic ballroom scene!
Orpheum Wien is a fixture on Vienna’s culture scene. Cabaret, concerts and more grace the stage in the Art Nouveau style hall, originally built as a cinema. The place even has a restaurant. And a bar in the performance hall so you can enjoy a drink or two at your table during the show.