1. Vienna: A Little Night Music - Concert at Capuchin Church
Visit the Capuchin Church and enjoy an evening of music performed by the Vienna Emperor Quartet. Listen to classical masterpieces with a program that includes music by Mozart, Bach, Schubert, and Haydn. Capuchin Church is located near the State Opera in Vienna's city center and is known for the Imperial Crypt, which served as the Habsburg burial site for centuries. The program includes Mozart's 'A Little Night Music', Schubert's 'Ave Maria', Haydn's 'Emperor's Quartet', and Bach's 'Air'. The music will be performed by the esteemed Emperor Quartet Vienna whose members play in some of the most important and most famous orchestras in Vienna. In Christmas time, the concerts in the heated church span a majestic arc of festive trumpet music, selected texts and the finest Christmas carols - what a wonderful way to prepare for the approaching Christmas in a contemplative and joyful way. Combo Ticket: Combine your concert visit with the most famous crypt in the world, the Imperial Crypt. The burial place of the Habsburgs since 1618 lets you feel 400 years of Austrian and European history. Marvel at the tombs of famous rulers, such as Emperor Franz Joseph and his beautiful wife Elisabeth "Sisi", the impressive double coffin of "Empress" Maria Theresa and Franz I Stephan of Lorraine or the modest copper coffin of the reform emperor Joseph II. Last admission to the Imperial Crypt is at 5:30pm, so it is wonderful to combine it with the concert.