Vienna tour takes a deep dive into the city's music, art, culture and food

Tuesday, 05 December 2017, 01:41:06 AM. Activities vary day to day and can include Mass at Augustinian Church with musicians from the Vienna Philharmonic and State Opera, a lecture on the art of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, a walking tour of old Vienna, a cooking class with a chef and a rehearsal of the Vienna Philharmonic.

Take a deep dive into Vienna’s history, culture and food on a new weeklong tour offered by Untours.

Activities vary day to day and can include a Mass at Augustinian Church with musicians from the Vienna Philharmonic and State Opera, a lecture on the art of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, a walking tour of old Vienna, a cooking class with a chef, and a rehearsal of the Vienna Philharmonic.

There is free time for independent exploration as well as optional excursions to Salzburg and the Melk Abbey.

Dates: May 19-26, Sept. 29-Oct. 6.

Price: From $1,999 per person, double occupancy. Includes seven nights’ lodging in a centrally located apartment, some meals, transportation, lectures, concert, walking tours and local staff support. International airfare not included.

Info: Untours, (888) 868-6871

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