Activities in Austria for November

Palffy Venue ©viennaconcerts.comIt is best to planned indoor activities as it will be wet and cold in the outdoors, so trips to the museums, indoor sightseeing, Christmas markets. At some parts of Austria there could be snow for skiing. There are several classical concerts in Vienna on 3rd of November. Vienna Walzer Concerts at the Figaro Hall in the Palffy Palace, Vienna Royal Orchestra in the Imperial Hall of Beethovenplatz 1. In the Mozart House, there is the Mozart Ensemble Vienna and in Vienna Kursalon, there is the Salonorchester Alt Wien. If you are at the Auersperg Palace, you can see the Vienna Residence Orchestra. For the Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra, you visit the Orangery Scheonbrunn. Classic Exclusive is at the St. Anne Church.

Musicals and Dinner Concerts in Vienna

Sister Act is a musical performing at Ronacher in Vienna. Elisabeth is the other musical at the Raimund Theater. If you prefer Dinner concerts, Restaurant Mediterraneo at the Imperial Hall plays in the evening from 1800. The Restaurant Johann in Vienna Kursalon is where you can dine and enjoy the performance of Salonorchester Alt Wien. Operas are also popular. You are recommended to catch The Merry Widow at the Volksoper Vienna or the Il Barbiere Di Siviglia at the Vienna State Opera.


The Monastery of Admont is the world’s largest monastic library. You can see in this 70 meters length library with its well-decorated fresco paintings and wood carvings. There is the museum of contemporary art that has a relaxing touch with modernity. You can find also young artists’ site-specific art other than over 100 artists’ special exhibitions.

Salzburg Advent

The ideal way to start the Christmas season is visiting the Christmas market. At the Cathedral Square, there are many charming traditional booths that has diversified items on sale. It is magical traditional ambience and you can find many traditional handicrafts, aromatic tree ornaments, fine baked goods and there is also a great feast for your senses. First and foremost is the mulled wine. Next you hear the choir performances. Starting from the first Saturday in Advent, the archbishop shall open the market after the blessing of the Advent wreaths.

Free Things to do

Verandas in Vienna ©e-architectOther than galleries and museums, you can enter churches, parks and gardens for free all over Austria. Art, architecture and history. There are also folklore festivals to explore the Austrian cultural delights and way of life.

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