Vienna in Summer July

Impuls Tanz ©Claurent Ziegler

Impuls Tanz

A colorful and diverse place like Vienna is visited in the month of July. Many classical and contemporary events are happening for you to cover, things to see and gardens to chill. Wienerwald Hills and its surroundings can be a lovely place to have a nice stroll with your loved ones. Spend time also in the museums and churches. July is the beginning of the school holidays, festivals and this time of the year, is the real summer which means the temperature goes up to 25ºC. Some days may be cooler because there is rain, otherwise you can expect about eight hours of sunshine. It is pretty important to bring some water in a bottle with you at all times and wear light clothing to cool down as much as possible. ImPuls Tanz is a highlight in the month of July. From Hofburg to Stephansdom, these places are the most popular for the tourists. Depending on what you like, to avoid or join the crowd! In July, the opera takes a break, so you can find lots of festivals and concerts. How about going for the month long International Festival of Dance that starts from the 12th of July. There are more than fifty productions from five hundred international dance artists and performers. The ImPuls Tanz at TanzQuartier in MuseusmsQuartier as well as various locations such as Akademietheater, the Volkstheater and Brasserie Palmenhaus.

Other Cultural Offerings

Cultural offerings from Baroque monasteries are also happening in the Lower Austria. Other opportunities also include if you visit other parts of Austria such as Wachau, Marchfeld, Seewinkel, National Park Donauauen and Vienna Woods.

Fête Impériale

Fete Imperiale ©hellomagazine

Fete Imperiale

Summer ball for the high society is called the ‘Fête Impériale’ and it is happening on the 6th of July at the Spanish Riding School. This is a chance using the net proceeds from the three thousand guests will be used to help protect Europe’s oldest cultural horses breed. In addition, it helps to preserve the quality of the Spanish Riding School. What will be interesting to see is how carriages will arrive on the Michaelerplatz just like those days in the imperial times. Also, the riding area will become the dance floor where you will also see the performance of Levade, Capriole, Courbette and the School of Quadrille. Invited guests can also stroll around in the open galleries. Dancing is a must in the Stallburg, those not can have a walk in the Summer Riding School enjoying a glass a champagne and wine.

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