Empress Sisi Sightseeing Combo in Vienna Including Schonbrunn Palace, Hofburg Palace, Dinner and Orangery Concert

Empress Sisi Sightseeing Combo in Vienna Including Schonbrunn Palace, Hofburg Palace, Dinner and Orangery Concert
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Live like Empress Elisabeth of Austria for a day! With this combination sightseeing package, experience imperial Vienna through the eyes of this legendary royal figure known affectionately as Sisi. From Schonbrunn and Hofburg palaces to an elegant dinner and 17th century-style classical concert, you’ll get a taste of what life in Vienna was like when Sisi reigned over Austria in the late 1800s. Learn about her life and interests at the Sisi Museum, and check out royal artifacts of the Habsburg family (one of the most important royal houses in Europe) at the Imperial Silver Collection and Imperial Furniture Collection.

Your Vienna sightseeing combo includes the following features. Simply pick up your vouchers at the Schonbrunn Palace Orangery, and then begin your Sisi experience! (Please note: You do not have to do everything in one day; the dinner and concert take place on the day you select when booking, but your vouchers for the palaces, museums and collections are valid for one year after that date.)

Schonbrunn Palace
Explore the former summer residence of the Habsburgs, where the athletic Empress Elisabeth spent much time riding horses and enjoying other summertime activities. With the self-guided audio tour, visit some of the palace’s rooms, including Emperor Francis Joseph’s bedroom and Sisi’s grooming room.

Hofburg Palace
Another former home of the Habsburg dynasty, Hofburg Palace (also known as Vienna Imperial Palace) dates back to the 13th century and is today the seat of the Austrian president. It houses the Imperial Apartments, the Sisi Museum and the Imperial Silver Collection, all of which you can visit. Admire the ceremonial rooms and residential apartments used by Francis Joseph and Sisi, and discover what life was like at the Vienna Court. At the Sisi Museum, browse the many exhibits to learn about Sisi’s intriguing life, including her rebellious side and her devotion to her beauty. Then at the Imperial Silver Collection, be wowed by the impressive array of silver dinnerware that belonged to the imperial family.

Imperial Furniture Collection
Gain insight into how Sisi and the rest of the Habsburgs lived by taking a peek at some of their extravagant furniture. This is one of the world’s largest furniture collections, and it doesn’t disappoint with more than 150,000 pieces from a cradle to a throne. In particular, seek out the exhibition dedicated to the furniture used in movies about or featuring Sisi.

Dinner at Café-Restaurant Residenz
At 6:30pm, your three-course dinner will be served in this elegant restaurant adjacent to Schonbrunn Palace. Your menu may include dishes like Austrian-style beef soup, pork medallions with prosciutto and polenta, and cake.

Concert at the Schonbrunn Palace Orangery
The grand finale to your royal Sisi adventure is a concert by the Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra. From your seat, enjoy music by classical composers like Mozart and Strauss. Doors open at 8pm and the concert begins at 8:30pm. At intermission, toast your Vienna experience with an included glass of sparkling wine, and then enjoy the rest of the performance, which ends at 10:15pm.

Live like Empress Elisabeth of Austria for a day! With this combination sightseeing package, experience imperial Vienna through the eyes of this legendary royal figure known affectionately as Sisi. From Schonbrunn and Hofburg palaces to an elegant dinner and 17th century-style classical concert, you’ll get a taste of what life in Vienna was like when Sisi reigned over Austria in the late 1800s. Learn about her life and interests at the Sisi Museum, and check out royal artifacts of the Habsburg family (one of the most important royal houses in Europe) at the Imperial Silver Collection and Imperial Furniture Collection.