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Vienna: Chocolatier Workshop with Chocolate Tastings

1. Vienna: Chocolatier Workshop with Chocolate Tastings

Become a real chocolatier at our museum and chocolate workshop, where our team will provide you with everything you need from cookware, ingredients, and recipes to craft the tastiest chocolate. No previous cooking experience is needed to guarantee you get the most out of this delectable opportunity. You will be spoilt with various flavors, smells, and tastings while you create 3 unique chocolate bars. With various professional tools, you will temper your chocolate to perfection and make the original "Xocolate" drink, the first chocolate drink as created by the ancient Aztecs.  After the workshop, you will receive the official Chocolate Museum Vienna signed certificate, before being let free to visit the rest of the interactive chocolate museum. Here you can journey deep into the jungle, the homeland of the cocoa plant and learn about cocoa cultivation, while also seeing sculptures of famous historical figures made from pure chocolate.

Vienna: 2.5-Hour Viennese Coffee, Cake, and Chocolate Tour

2. Vienna: 2.5-Hour Viennese Coffee, Cake, and Chocolate Tour

Typically Viennese delicacies, especially those from the former monarchy, are extremely alluring through their smells and looks. They also obviously attract tourists from all over the world with their unique tastes. Laakronen or Punschkrapferl, “Mehlspeisen” (cakes and pies), sweet strudel, and chocolate sins comprise the unforgettable treats you will encounter on this tour. They will all of course be accompanied with Viennese coffee, which will be served in some of most wonderful and outstanding coffee houses. Experience Viennese tradition, from classic to modern, from typical to extraordinary. This tour is bound to bring you enjoyment, pleasure, and lasting memories.

Vienna: Private Evening Discovery Tour with Dinner

3. Vienna: Private Evening Discovery Tour with Dinner

Experience the best travel stories for yourself! Join a local expert and uncover hidden gems on this Lonely Planet Experience. Your evening tour of Vienna will begin with a look at the beautiful Karlskirche, considered to be the most outstanding baroque church in the city. From here, walk around the corner and feel the buzz and life of the 4th district. This whole area is full of art, music, and some truly amazing pastries. For the first stop, tickle your sweet tastebuds with a favorite local bakery and allow a pastry-extraordinaire to show you handmade pastries made from generations-old recipes. Paired perfectly with your sweet treat, enjoy a wonderful cup of Viennese coffee, tea, or hot chocolate. After soaking up the sights, smells, and chocolate-y delights, enjoy coffee at the market. Discover where the Viennese go for a good night out, and head to 4th District. Enter into an industrial-style bar with rotating DJs and killer cocktails. Then, find yourself in the 16th District and try some taste street food, typical of Viennese cuisine. Enjoy the bustling square, people watching and sipping on a glass of Austrian beer or wine. Arrive nest in District number 5 and find out what real Viennese food is all about. Try a taste and traditional dish paired with Austrian wine. Visit Neubau in the 7th district, and local favorite, and learn why it's one of the city's leading creative centers. Here, stop in two bars to end off a great night of exploration and good food. Taste a glass of Zweigelt, an Austrian red wine, beer, or a cocktail on a rooftop patio, and admire the stunning views over the city. End the tour at a secret second bar known for the best innovative cocktail in town. Ask your guide for tips to continue the night, and keep the party going.

'Armenia In The Heart Of Vienna' Small Group Tour

4. 'Armenia In The Heart Of Vienna' Small Group Tour

The tour will begin with an introduction to the history of the Mekhitarist Congregation in Vienna, recovered from bygone days. Your learned monk will highlight the Church Maria Schutz built-in 1874 replacing the old Cappuccine one. Your tour will continue into the interior of the church before venturing through the library and museum of the monastery. Here your guide will point out the outstanding altar painting showing St Mary’s protection of Armenia, painted by Camillo Sitte and a particularly remarkable piece of the altar dedicated to St Gregory the Illuminator, designed by Theophil von Hansen, the architect of the Austrian Houses of Parliament in Vienna. From here you will proceed into the Loretto-Chapel holding the baroque miraculous picture "Mary with the Rose” that fortunately was rescued intact from the perils of the Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683. Go on and pass the Refectory, marvel at the most impressive element in the refectory is the monumental painted by Ludwig Ferdinand Schnorr von Carolsfeld "The Feeding of the Five Thousand”. Your tour will continue on to the Mekitharists Museum and Library: Dive into the fascinating world of the Mekhitharis Library and discover one of the most outstanding collections in the world: more than 2,800 Armenian manuscripts and more than 170,000 volumes of ancient and modern Armenian publications and the largest collection of Armenian newspapers and magazines found in the Western world. We'll accompany you through the various exhibitions of the museum and your guide tell you more about the special features of the Mekhitharis numismatic collection of coins (10,000 Armenian and 20,000 from other countries), ceramics, carpets, and other items, mainly of Armenian production. The gallery contains valuable paintings by Armenian artists, among which there are three paintings by Aivazovsky. Later you'll be redirected towards the part of the Congregation's complex, that produces the famous Mechitharine liqueur. Here some of the tricks on the elaboration will be revealed to you. You'll be informed about the production of the liquor showing the technology, equipment, and products. At the end, it includes high-quality Mechitharine liqueur tasting. During it, you'll discover some of the secrets about the Mechitharine liqueur world, its unique taste, its history, its families, and the business.

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What people are saying about Vienna

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 19 reviews

The ladies there were really sweet and excited to show me everything. I got to sample lots of chocolate and toppings for free and then make my own chocolate bars, which were delicious!

Very nice manager and a great culinary experience, you not only learn something about the culinary history and background, but also something about the history of Vienna.

Really great, entertaining and informative workshop. For us a good balance to various castles and Co. Highly recommended.

100% Must for Families and Chocolate lovers! The guides were funny and engaging. Would highly recommend!

Good experience to make chocolate and learn the process!