Are you spending Valentine’s Day in Vienna and need some ideas for a romantic date? Look no further,here you’ll find 7 ideas for a romantic Valentine’s day date in Vienna.
Ice Skating at the Vienna Ice Dream
Every year from January to March the space between the Burgtheater and the council hall transforms into a winter fairy tale. An area of 9000 m² on two floors is covered with ice, atmospherically lit and filled with music. Throughout the park are winding ways called dream paths on which you can glide along. The whole track is equally suited for beginners and experienced ice skaters. Around the ice rink you’ll find culinary offerings with a focus on regional dishes.
The romantic atmosphere makes it a perfect location for your Valentine’s Day date.
For more information visit the official website of the Vienna Ice Dream
Dinner at the Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel
Riding the Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel is a must-do when in Vienna. Even if you live here, you have to go at least once. Why not combine a ride with a romantic 3 course candlelight dinner in a private carriage? This is the most exclusive place in Vienna for a Valentine’s Day dinner which is obviously reflected in the price. But without any doubt it’s an experience that you’ll always remember… even more if the dinner doesn’t only end with dessert but an engagement.
For more information and bookings of the candle light dinner visit the official website of the Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel
Just fancy a ride on the ferris wheel? Buy tickets in advance:
Stay a night at the Schönbrunn Suite
The only thing that could beat a romantic dinner above the rooftops of Vienna is to stay in a castle. We’re not talking about any castle but the famous Schönbrunn Palace where Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Sissi had their private chambers. The Schönbrunn Palace Suite is definitely not your every kind of stay but perfect for a special occasion.
Find more information including images and reviews of the Schönbrunn Palace Suite here
Sparkling Wine Tour and Tasting at Schlumberger Cellars
Cheers to love! If you are into sparkling wine then invite your Valentine’s date to a an informative tour through to the Schlumberger Cellars. At Austria’s oldest and biggest sparkling wine cellar you’ll learn about the history and process of making sparkling wine. Furthermore, you can also taste exquisite samples.
For more information visit the official website of Schlumberger Cellars
A Kiss at the Museum
A date at the museum is perfect for art lovers. At the Upper Belvedere Palace you can marvel at Klimt’s most famous work “The Kiss” which is on permanent display. How about taking a cute selfie kissing in front of this masterpiece as a memory of a wonderful date?
Buy tickets in advance for the museum:
For more information visit the official website of the Upper Belvedere
Spa Day at Ritz Carlton Spa
Treat yourself and your loved one with a luxurious day Spa retreat at Ritz Carlton. The Day Spa costs €40 Monday to Friday and €50 on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Included in the Day Spa is the usage of a 18-meter long indoor pool, sauna, steam room and gym, as well as a bathrobe, towels, bath shoes and tea and water.
Moreover, the Ritz Carlton Spa offers a treatment called Soulmates Package which is perfect for Valentine’s Day. It includes a relaxing body and facial treatment, foot soak, a private suite for 1 hour as well as detox juice and snacks.
For more information and bookings visit the official website of the Ritz Carlton Spa
Dance a Waltz at one of Vienna’s pretty ballrooms
Do you like dancing and glamorous events? Vienna is famous for its elegant society events with more than 450 balls every year. The Ball season is in full swing and this year the Vienna Coffeehouse Owners’ Ball coincides with Valentine’s Day. To celebrate the UNESCO cultural heritage of Vienna’s coffee house culture the Imperial Palace is turned into the most beautiful coffee house in the world every year for this event.
For more information and tickets visit the official website of the Vienna Coffeehouse Owners’ Ball
Are you traveling to Vienna on Valentine’s Day? How about these activities that combine Vienna culture and sightseeing with a romantic twist: