As visitors stroll through Vienna's city center, the wonderful historic buildings will be admired, the many city palaces that once were built by the aristocracy, and whose splendor still lends the city a historic glow.
One of those palaces is the famous Palais Ferstel which offers the possibility to experience the atmosphere of a Viennese palace for a spectacular event in Vienna.
The Palais Ferstel was originally designed as a bank building and offers today the perfect setting for all types of events, such as award ceremonies, product presentations or conferences.
Over the large square, Freyung, the guests enter through the Ferstelpassage to the festive halls of this event space. The reception takes place in the impressive arcade courtyard, and the festive stairs lead up to the upper rooms: Portico, the small and large Ferstelsaal. The large Ferstelsaal has room for galadinners for up to almost 350 persons.
The culinary experience is captivated by the fact that the catering has been thoroughly tested and found to be exceptionally good. In any case, an impressive setting for a very imposing event in typical Viennese flair right in the heart of Vienna.
A galadinner is good, but where is the party? By means of clever lighting, the hall can quickly be transformed into a party location and the technical equipment leaves all possibilities open to the customer's wishes upon the use of these great rooms. Create your own Viennese Ball in these festive halls with live orchestra and space for waltzing, make a string quartett accompany and highlight your dinner.
Even a Mozart dressed choir or entering fanfares are possible as well as modern background music and a party DJ or one of the many exciting and really unique cross over music projects like electric violins playing classical versions of pop music or Mozart’s compositions with a human beatbox or maybe just a classical operasinger and a piano touching the listeners in these extraordinary atmosphere.
Curious? We will be pleased to help you organize an unforgettable evening in Vienna.
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