Open the door and start collecting experiences! Now with 20% off on your room booking, for a short period only.
The hidden secrets at the Vienna House destinations come at no extra cost. WiFi to aid your exploration and breakfast to fuel your wanderlust are included in the price.
Christmas Treetop Trail in Bad Harzburg | Brunswick
Since 2015, the first treetop trail in Bad Harzburg accompanies its visitors as they make their way through the canopy of the Cold Valley. In keeping with the Christmas season, the path transforms into a sea of lights on the third weekend of Advent and creates a cosy atmosphere with Christmas stands, as does the city centre of Bad Harzburg, and invites you to mulled wine and roasted almonds. Picture copyright: Baumwipfelpfad Harz, Franziska Pönisch
Medieval Christmas Market | Castrop-Rauxel
A Christmas market of a special kind. Let yourself be carried away to the time of the Middle Ages and enjoy a pitcher of mead, as well as the typical music presented. Stroll through the stalls with their delicacies on offer, and dare a walk over the swaying bridge. The absolute highlight of this Christmas market are the many thousands of lights that have been lovingly decorated.
The Chocolate Girl | Dresden
Everyone knows the Schokoladenmädchen ("Chocolate Girl") on the cocoa can of the Swiss artist Jean-Étienne Liotard. The painting, which was made in Vienna in 1744, was shortly afterwards bought in Venice directly from the artist and for the unique Dresden Pastel Cabinet of King August III. There it stood out because of its size, frame and motif: the depiction of a simple, unknown maid was extremely rare at that time. The current exhibition in the Gemäldegalerie provides an exemplary insight into the artist's diverse work.
Christmas Market at Schloss Kaltenberg - what a magic Advent! | Landsberg
It is possibly the most unusual and atmospheric Christmas market , the one which can be experienced during all Advent weekends at Schloss Kaltenberg. Even from afar you can see the castle grounds shining in dream-like colours. However, the true splendour of the lights that surround the castle and the forest is only revealed when you have reached the large entrance gate. There you dive into a magical fairytale world, inspired by the stories of the Brothers Grimm... simply magical!
The Parliament (People's House) | Bucharest
The second largest administrative building in the world (after the Pentagon), and the third largest overall - after NASA’s centre in Cape Canaveral (Florida) and the Quetzalcoatl pyramid in Mexico. It represents a symbol of the communist totalitarianism. Definitely a must see. Open daily.
The traditional Christmas Bazaar | Ekaterinburg
The traditional Christmas Bazaar starts on 3 December in the lobby of Angelo by Vienna House, and it lasts until 29 December. The signature ginger houses, the handmade candies done according to a secret historical receipts and the other sweets will sure awaken your festive mood! Also available, unique Ural souvenirs...
A live crib at Franciszkańska St. | Cracow
For more than 25 years, Franciscan friars have been inviting everyone to celebrate the birth of Jesus with a living crib. The opening takes place every year on December 24, around 10:00. At that time, the saints are presented with scenes from the coming into the world of Christ. The roles are played not only by actors, but also by animals that usually live in the Cracow Zoological Garden. At the side of the Holy Family you can then see sheep, goats, llamas and donkeys!
*This offer is valid upon request and is subject to availability at all participating Vienna House hotels. Bookable online up to and including 3 February 2019, and valid for travel between 26 November 2018 and 31 March 2019.
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