Indagare Tours: Vienna Balls


Having gained popularity in the early 19th century, balls are now an integral part of Viennese culture. While the formal events usually tend to be glamorous and over-the-top, a handful of the roughly 450 balls a year have a more convivial, carnival-like atmosphere. The ball season runs from November through March, with the exception of two elegant summer balls, the Concordia Ball and the Fête Impériale, held at City Hall and the Spanish Riding School, respectively. The most famous is undoubtedly the Opera Ball, held at the Vienna State Opera each February. Indagare members can contact the Bookings Team to arrange tickets and a private table.

Written by Emma Pierce

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