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neil,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
02 Jan 2024
Excellent
Brilliant NY evening! Great music and we danced to the excellent band into the early hours
Strauss and Mozart New Year’s Eve concerts at Kursalon Vienna
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Ann,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
26 Nov 2023
Excellent
I loved this concert. A great mix of music, song and dance. Nothing too heavy and a great atmosphere.
Strauss and Mozart Concert
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William M,  United States United States
25 Nov 2023
Excellent
Excellent meal. Great service. Relaxing timing. Staff are very patron oriented. Thank you!
Concert and Dinner at Kursalon

About: Kursalon Vienna

Impossibly elegant and refined, the Kursalon is where Johann Strauss first made his name. It was finished in 1867 and operated first as a spa with restorative waters for the Viennese. In 1868 Johann Strauss gave his first concert there, and it was such a success that it has remained a concert venue ever since.

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Kursalon Vienna
33,Johannesgasse, 1010, Vienna
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