As the Austrian national theatre, the Burgtheater is the country's most important theatre stage. It is also the largest venue for spoken theatre in Europe, combining tradition with diversity and progress. During the season from September through June, more than 400,000 viewers visit more than 800 performances at the Burgtheater, as well as the Akademietheater, the Kasino am Schwarzenbergplatz and the Vestibül (vestibule). Since 14 October 2014, the Burgtheater has been under the direction of Karin Bergmann, the first woman ever to hold this post.
Guided tours to the Burgtheater
A guided tour through the Burgtheater offers very special insights into the architecture, art, organisation and history of one of Europe's largest and oldest venues for spoken theatre performances. The tour includes a walk around the grand staircase with famous ceiling paintings by Franz Matsch and the brothers Gustav and Ernst Klimt, the sculpture collections of famous poets such as Hauptmann, Schnitzler, Raimund and Nestroy, the New Portrait Gallery with portraits of famous contemporary Austrian actors, as well as a glimpse at the technology that enables performances on Europe's largest theatre stage.
- Guided tour: "Burgtheater - Blick hinter die Kulissen"
Destination station: Vienna
|from 01.01.16 - 31.12.16||ÖBB Plus-offer||Local prices|
|Adults||€ 6.-||€ 7.-|
Tickets for children are not offered.
You travel as planned, and on either the same day or one of the two following days, you simply exchange the voucher directly at the touristic attraction.