Classic Ensemble Vienna in St. Peter's Church
- Duration: 1 hour
Experience St. Peter's Church, one of the most beautiful Baroque churches in Vienna. The church was built from 1701 to 1733 according to plans by Lukas von Hildebrand. Let the Classic Ensemble Vienna enchant you here with an evening of Classical music. Hear wonderful interpretations of works by famous composers like Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and many more. Hear "Eine kleine Nachtmusik," let the music lead you through "The Four Seasons" and follow musical stories by Mozart, Bach and Schubert. Enjoy these Classical works in the indescribably ambience of the underground vaults of St. Peter's Church in the heart of Vienna.
Fantastic! Would see this again and again. Great to watch the musicians in such an intimate environment.
Combine a visit to the Keukenhof Gardens with a beautiful spring cruise lasting approximately 1.5 hours on one of the great ships of Rederij van Huls. Journey along the beautiful 'Kagerplassen', also known as the 'Amsterdam Lakes' During the cruise you can enjoy the beautiful views, historic windmills, and typical Dutch villages in the famous bulb region. The boat is covered and offers an open deck as well, providing great photo opportunities, so be sure to bring your camera. After the cruise, go to the Keukenhof Gardens which are located only 10 minutes (by car) from the cruise departing point. With the Keukenhof ticket you will have direct access to the gardens where you'll see plenty of blooming tulips.
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Super nice boat trip, enjoyed it very much Not to mention the staff very friendly, Janneke a very friendly and attentive lady We will definitely come back Gr Fam Noordermeer
was a wonderful trip, especially because the weather was beautiful and we could sit outside. everything else on board was well arranged
Great trip, could have been longer. The staff were great and very helpful with my wheelchair.
Had a wonderful trip. Super friendly people. Top service! Hans Kuijs.