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Nightlife and Entertainment in Austria

If you are heading out for the evening, Austria is home to some of the most unique and elegant style venues. Whether you are seeking a play, live music or just a few drinks with friends, there is fun to be had by all. Here are some entertainment and nightlife suggestions you can pick from in Austria. 

Burgtheater

Located in Vienna, this venue is one of the longest established German speaking theatres in Europe and shows over 800 performances a year. Conception of the theatre took place in 1741 and the structure was rebuilt after the Second World War. There are 4 venues within the Burgtheater. Ranging from the largest Burgtheater itself to the Vestibul, which is the smallest.  Ticket prices vary depending on the show and venue.

Salzburg Marionette Theatre

This multilingual venue is located in Salzburg and is a century old marionette theatre

Shows include various different play such as; The sound of Music, Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Nutcracker, Snow White, Alice in Wonderland and Peter the Wolf. Tickets are purchased directly from the venue and costs depend on the show. 

MuTh 

Located in Vienna, the MuTh is home to the famous Vienna boy’s choir. The venue seats 400 people and is renowned for its exceptional acoustics. You can either sit back and listed to the boys serenade you, or you can join in one of the choral sessions with the choir. Other genera’s of performances at the MuTh include; Opera, classical, rock, jazz or drama shows. 

La Enoteca 

This elegant wine bar is located in the centre of Graz and provides a drop for any palate. Serving wines from Austria, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain and Australia. They have a kitchen that serves cuisines ranging from Antipasti to fish or meat dishes and can cater for up to 1000 people. La Enoteca offers delivery to anywhere in Graz.

Palffy Club

Located in Vienna, this double story nightclub offers live music for most genera’s. The first floor lounge displays a 12m chandelier and the Dj spins R&B or old school tunes.  The 2nd story club plays electronic music and opens its doors at 1am.

 

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