Marvel at an extraordinary riding show with graceful Lipizzaners at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.
Enter the Spanish Riding School for a unique show in the Renaissance tradition of the "High School"
See the graceful Lipizzaners perform and admire Europe's oldest horse breed
Watch the horses at all stages of their training, from young, lively colts to majestic stallions
Be curious to enjoy one of the best horse-related performances of your life. Observe the Lipizzaners, Europe's oldest breed of cultural horses, in a special riding show in the unique location of the baroque Winter Riding School.
When it comes to intelligent mammals, the Lipizzaners are probably among the wisest. As the oldest horse breed in Europe, these beautiful horses are clever and impetuous. They are the result of Spanish, Italian and Arab bloodlines.
Years of training are combined to a unique achievement in the Winter Riding School. As one of the most dazzling places in Vienna, it is also the oldest riding school and the only institution in the world that has been teaching the Renaissance tradition of "high school" for over 450 years.
Experience young, energetic colts and calmer, fully trained stallions in the School Quadrille. It is a riding encounter like no other.
Photo and video recordings are strictly prohibited.
Dogs are not allowed.
No wardrobe available
Please note that these tickets are valid for standing room only.
Children from 3 - 6 years have free entry, children under 3 years are not allowed.
• Entrance ticket (standing room only) for a performance
• Tour of the building
Spanish Riding School Michaelerplatz 1, 1010, Vienna Show your smartphone ticket at the Spanish Riding School Visitor Center.
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