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New Year’s Eve Gala at Vienna City Hall

  • Starting time: 19:30
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  • Seat at a reserved table with four-course gala dinner, welcome cocktail, red and white wine, beer, non-alcoholic drinks, mineral water and glass of sparkling wine at midnight
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About: Vienna City Hall

The Wiener Rathaus is the spectacular city hall of Vienna, situated on Rathausplatz in the Innere Stadt district. This neo-gothic style building was constructed between 1872 and 1883 and it's now the Mayor of Vienna's office. It's the most important non-religious building in the city, and one of the most striking, which is why it often hosts press conferences, concerts and balls.

Vienna City Hall
1,Friedrich-Schmidt-Platz, 1010, Vienna
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