Hotels in Austria
Advent - Innsbruck, Linz, Vienna, villages and other cities in Austria
Four weeks before Christmas
The old town centers and emblematic places, such as streets and plazas, in Austrian cities are joined by the visual spectacle of the typical Christmas markets in which you can purchase straw stars, cribs beautiful wreaths and other kinds of decoration.
The magic of Christmas during Advent is alive on the streets, with musical performances, handcraft workshops, hot wine and food tasting and other Austrian traditions.
Ballroom Dance Season - Vienna
The Ballroom Dance Season held in Vienna consists of more than 300 performances throughout the year, almost one per day, where you can enjoy an extraordinary variety of opera and music.
Among the most famous performances in the Viennese ball season, we have the Opera Ball (February 11th), the Vienna Philharmonic (January 21st), the popular Coffeemakers dance (February 5th), the Life Ball (July 17th) or the Bonbon Ball (February 12th).
Vienna Jazz Festival
From late June until the first week of July
Live jazz at the Vienna State Opera! The Jazz Fest Wien and its particular way of thinking about music are almost 20 years old. The festival features 50 performances by artists from around the world to be enjoyed in unique stages such as the Vienna State Opera or the Rathausplatz.
The Vienna Jazz Festival is essentially about jazz, but it does not close any doors to good music, welcoming soul, rock, pop, blues and world music artists.
Snowbombing - Mayrhofen, Tirol
First or second week of May
The self-proclaimed Greatest Snow Show on Earth is held at the Alpine ski resort of Mayrhofen, where daytime entertainment on the renowned ski tracks of Mayrhofen is combined with an eclectic music festival at night, including DJs and rock bands.
The Snowboming in Mayrhofen is an established event held for 5 days and attracts thousands of people looking for a getaway that brings snow, skiing and music together.