Discover Vienna - ESGO 2017 Vienna

Discover Vienna


When enjoying the opportunities to learn and network at ESGO 2017, you’ll also have the chance to explore the myriad delights of Austria's Capital city, Vienna. A place that is rich with history, a metropolis with unique charm, vibrancy and flair.

Vienna has many assets that make it a stunning and interesting destination and the perfect backdrop to ESGO 2017.


›Vienna - a romantically imperial city

Vienna is a dream city for anyone with a romantic streak or an interest in history. Sightseeing opportunities are to be found in abundance. Wander along narrow, medieval alleyways or across imperial squares, view Schönbrunn Palace or the Imperial Palace (Hofburg) in the footsteps of Sissi and Emperor Franz Josef, and marvel at the majestic architecture along the Ring Boulevard. Be inspired by an atmosphere steeped in history - which also boasts the comforts and infrastructure of a modern city!


›Vienna - city of culture

Vienna possesses a lively and vast array of cultural attractions. Whether classical or experimental theatre, film or dance festivals, opera or operetta, or exhibitions and concerts - no matter when you come and how long you stay, there is sure to be something exciting for you to discover. Or if your tastes are not quite so culturally refined, then visit one of Vienna's famous coffee houses or traditional wine taverns ("Heurige") and work your way through famous culinary specialties.


›Vienna - city of music

Vienna has been synonymous with music for centuries, and was home to Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Johann Strauss. This outstanding musical heritage has been preserved right to the present day. The Wiener Philharmoniker is one of the world's top orchestras, the Vienna Boys' Choir is triumphantly successful wherever it tours, and the Vienna Conservatorium has produced innumerable international award-winners in all musical disciplines. Yet Vienna also boasts a lively scene for young people - if you love music, you are sure to profit from Vienna.


›Vienna - City of art

Down the centuries, Vienna has always produced and nurtured world-famous artists. The collecting passion of art-loving rulers and monarchs has made Vienna a treasure house par excellence. The Museum of Fine Arts, for instance, is one of the world's largest and most distinguished museums, housing priceless works of art. Art accompanies you wherever you go in Vienna - even some of its underground stations are listed properties (on account of their elegant, ornamental Jugendstil style designed by Otto Wagner)! And Vienna is also uniquely zestful as far as its literature is concerned. After all, where else in the world will you find a city with its own "coffee house literature"?




The Albertina Graphic Arts Collection is perhaps the largest and most important graphic collection in the world. It owns about 60.000 drawings and about a million graphic reproductions.



The two magnificent palaces on the Belvedere grounds lie in the middle of a splendid park. Both palaces house museums featuring Austrian painting. In the upper palace, the Austrian gallery displays masterpieces by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele or Oskar Kokoschka.



House of Music allows for interactive musical experiences. On seven floor you can delve into sound. You can even virtually conduct the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra! Well worth a visit.



The KunstHaus Wien is situated in the third district of Vienna and is a house that does not correspond to the usual clichés and norms. In the KunstHaus Wien a permanent Hundertwasser exhibition is offered.



Situated at Ring Boulevard - Vienna's most magnificent road - next to Burgtheater, a recently opened museum presents contemporary European art.



The Museumsquartier is one of the ten largest cultural complexes in the world, where baroque buildings, new architecture, cultural institutions and various disciplines of art are united.

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