The imperial Vienna

Vienna has more than a million and half inhabitants and is accredited in the classification MERCER of the first place over two hundred cities where to live. This city, with is unusual architecture, offers a wide range of museums, squares, parks and restaurants to visit. At the border of Western Europe and Central Europe, this city is considered the capital of music where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig Van Beethoven and many others have performed here. Rich in history, Vienna is one of the cities of the world that you should not miss.

St. Stephen's Cathedral Vienna

The iconic cathedral of Vienna is a cultural place for every traveler. Located downtown, you will see its tower and its roof made of several patterns and colors.

Palace Schönbrunn (House of Habsburg)

Schönbrunn Palace, which wanted to be the Austrian Versailles, was the summer home of Francis Joseph of Austria first and his wife Empress Elisabeth, known as Sissi. Its name Schönbrunn meaning "Beautiful Fountain" is derived from the Emperor Matthias, who discovered a spring of water. In addition, the Palace has French gardens.


This park located between the Danube and its canal occupies a major part of the 2nd district of Vienna. You might find a funfair open every year with its Ferris wheel and other rides such as the convention / congress center and the famous Ernst Happel Stadium.

The Belvedere Palace

Symbol of Austria's independence after World War II, the great Baroque palace now is a museum of art including the collection of Gustav Klimt.

The Spanish Riding School (Vienna)

Recognized internationally, the horses that are trained are all Lipizzaner stallions. The school was founded in 1565 and its name comes from the region where the stallions come. The trainings are open to the public. In 2006 the school is represented behind a piece of Austrian collection of 5 euros.


Whether you are looking for a luxury hotel, a romantic hotel, or privatization hotel, Vienna is full of possibilities.


5 to 10 000 people, Vienna have all the advantages of a great capital.


Cuisine, restaurant design, restaurant in historic sites or simply gala dinner in a castle, Vienna is for you.

Team Building

You want to strengthen the link of your teams, create a challenge or whatever your goal, our diverse and varied activities to answer of your needs.


The Vienna airport is located 20 minutes from downtown. Vienna is well served from France, Belgium, and Switzerland. IATA member, we will gladly take care of your tickets and charter.

Direct daily flights to Vienna (2012) It takes about 2 hours flight (from Paris).
Paris 6
Lyon 2
Nice 3
Mulhouse 2
Brussels 6
Geneva 3

Area : 83,860 km²
Capital : Vienna (1,631,000 inhabitants)
Population : 8.210 million (2009 estimate)
Other major cities : Graz (250,000 inhabitants), Linz (210,000 inhab.), Innsbruck (128 000)
Languages : German, mostly, and the Slovenian minority in the south-east
Sites listed as World Heritage by UNESCO: the historical center of the city of Salzburg (1996), palaces and gardens of Schönbrunn (1996), the Cultural Landscape of Hallstatt / Dachstein / Salzkammergut (1997), the historical center of the Graz (1999), the cultural landscape of the Wachau (2000), the cultural landscape Fertö / Neusiedlersee (2001), the historical center of Vienna (2001).


The Austrian cuisine is largely unknown: a neophyte would expect of sauerkraut or sausages. Big mistake! In reality, this kitchen offers a good summary of all the cuisines of Central Europe. A little heavy but there is rich cream, flour and lard.

The Wienner Küche (Viennese cuisine) offers an interesting range of dishes, multiple culinary influences born of Czech, Hungarian, Germanic, Jewish and Slovenian.


  • New Year (January 1)
  • Epiphany (January 6)
  • Easter Monday
  • Labour Day (May 1)
  • Ascension
  • Whit Monday,
  • Corpus Christi, Assumption Day (August 15)
  • National Day (October 26)
  • All Saints (November 1)
  • Immaculate Conception (December 8)
  • Christmas Day and Boxing Day (December 25 and 26)


Easter market at Schönbrunn Palace

Vienna Marathon in April

Vienna Festival (Wiener Festwochen) in May and June

Jazz Fest Wien in Vienna in June

Saint-Nicolas on December 6 and 5