ONE EVENT AUSTRIA was founded in 2020 by a group of colleagues and friends with years of experience in the tourism and event industry. This fusion of experts guarantees the perfect professional background to create & organize any kind of conference, event or incentive experience for our clients and their guests.
OUR PASSION FOR PERFECTION: We create unique events and provide Destination Management Services with authentic experience, utilizing our extensive knowledge and expertise.
A profound insight in the local and International Corporate Event business was leading us to pursue the creation of an efficient and flexible set-up that meets our clients’ expectations.
We believe in our key values, a very personal approach, flexibility in our business models and the creation of a long-term partnership with our key customers.
Location: The location of Vienna can’t be better, the city is located in the middle of Europe and it’s very easy to get to it from nearby countries, as well as to move around using the well-developed transport system. Vienna’s international airport is located only 16 km outside the city center. And there are various options to get from the airport to the city center.
Safety first: In 2022, the Global Peace Index ranked Austria the fifth most peaceful country on this earth. With over 17 million tourists visiting each year, Vienna sees a lot of travellers, and yet is still one of the safest cities, with one of the lowest crime rates in the world.
Cultural heritage and modern vibes: Vienna is known as one of Europe’s most diverse capitals – a delightful mix of history, culture, and tradition blends seamlessly with a modern, hip, walkable city that has no shortage of trendy eateries, exciting attractions, famous coffee houses and wine taverns dotted all over the city.
Imperial pleasures with royal services
A trip around Vienna can be like a journey back in time to the days of the empire. It comes as no surprise that the historic city center is a UNESCO world cultural heritage site.
Discover Vienna’s sights as a Viennese royal and later have a party like an emperor: An Imperial E-Carriage Tour allows you to step into the shoes of royalty for an hour as you ride around the city in carriages that once belonged to Austrian royalty. Imperial Carriages were used for various imperial and royal Habsburg coronations. Previously you could only see them in Museums, however they have now been made electric and available to you on the streets of beautiful Vienna. The Austria’s capital offers many magnificent locations for extraordinary events, gala dinners up to the balls.
Eldorado for gourmets and wine lovers
Savour the extraordinary. Vienna is rightly known around the world for its traditional inns and beisls, for cozy coffee houses and heurigers. But it is also home to world-class gourmet restaurants. The top chefs have the courage to innovate and radicalize the traditions of Viennese cuisine. With proximity to top Austrian wine regions, it’s no surprise that the city is also an appealing destination for wine lovers. As an added bonus, Vienna is one of few cosmopolitan cities with a DAC (a kind of designation of origin) for wine production within city walls, with Heurigen – winery taverns – culture even included in the country’s UNESCO index of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
The city of contrasts
Explore contemporary Vienna. Despite long traditions, Vienna remains constantly exciting, innovative and young. The city of the Danube offers individually combinable event areas for conferences, congresses, trade fairs, corporate events, and private parties. After the meetings you can spend your day with a joint activity on the Danube Island, by the Old Danube, at the Danube Canal or in the Prater. There are many green spaces, leisure facilities and event locations with a constant stream of new things. All doors are open to you.
The city of music
Music is in the air and in the Viennese soul: Music fans engage with the heritage of famous composers and a live music scene comprising every genre. Not only is the city the birthplace of the waltz, but it was also home and workplace to the likes of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, the Strauss family, Johannes Brahms and Gustav Mahler. Even today operas, concerts and theatrical performances play a major part in Viennese life. The Vienna State Opera, one of the most important opera houses in the world, is home to 300 performances of about 50 operas and 20 ballets a year – and they change every day!