Through Vienna with Beethoven
The brand-new sunglasses from Bose can be rented free of charge from Tourist Info on Albertinaplatz and make Beethoven's Vienna a really special sound experience. With the help of built-in headsets and perfect sound quality, Ludwig van Beethoven leads groups in person through Vienna: he gushes about his musical home of choice, accompanies the listeners to his personal favorite places, rides in the coach past Palais Lobkowitz and talks about his life and work at Theater an der Wien. The perfect sound of a Bösendorfer piano and Beethoven compositions recorded by the Wiener Symphoniker form the encore to this incomparable walk.
The audio AR walk with the Bose Frames
The Bose Frames in combination with the #RelatedToAustria app for iPhones lead you to five special musical places. Be accompanied by Beethoven and experience surprising sound effects. Beethoven might even invite you for coffee at Palais Hansen Kempinski to finish with.
It's this simple:
- Download the #RelatedToAustria app free in the iOS App Store
- Rent Bose AR Frames free of charge from Tourist Info on Albertinaplatz (bring along a form of ID as a deposit)
- Activate Bluetooth, put on the Bose AR Frames and switch on
- Open the #RelatedToAustria app and connect to the Bose AR Frames
- Press play to start the sound experience (lasts about 1 hour)
* iOS users without Bose Frames can use the app with normal headsets but with restricted functions.
Tourist Info ViennaAlbertinaplatz/Maysedergasse , 1010 Wien
- daily, 09:00 - 19:00
- no steps (Automatic sliding doors 150 cm wide )
- Seeing eye dogs allowed
Special offers for people with disabilities
Tactile Vienna maps for the visually impaired are available for disposal on location. Wheelchair users can make use of an accessible service point equipped with a tablet.
- Main entrance
Experience Beethoven with Alexa and Google Home
Activate the voice skill "Beethoven's Vienna" and listen to amazing facts about the life of one of the greatest musical geniuses of all time. An interactive audio drama in 28 episodes lets you experience the story of Beethoven in a new and personal way, because you decide for yourself the order in which you’d like to listen to the episodes.