Tradition as special industry in the world

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Residents of Vienna recognized the maintenance of balls as a successful business activity in the field of tourism and made this manifestation an export product in other countries

Each year more than 450 different balls are held in Vienna, more precisely, 2000 hours of dance. Although balls are held throughout the year, the main season of Ball begins in November with a carnival and dancing waltzes in the center of Vienna, and lasts until the end of February. Considering their popularity and grandiose, Vienna recognized the Ball maintenance as a successful economic activity in the field of tourism and made this particular event an export product in other countries. According to official data, after the season of the Vienna Balls in 2018, the city of has collected more than 139 million euros, and the average consumption of the guest on the Ball is about 275 euros, which was more than half a million from Austria and abroad.


The tradition of Vienna Ball dates back to the 14th century

Apart from the Austrian capital, Viennese balls are also held in many other metropolises around the world. The Vienna Ball has become a successful export product and is being organized more than 30 times a year worldwide. Very famous call of the ceremonial-master: “Alles Walzer” or “All on the waltz!”can be heard in the ballrooms of Athens, Berlin, Brussels, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Beijing, Prague, Rome, Tokyo, Zurich and many other cities.

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Apart from the Austrian capital, Vienna balls are also held in many other metropolises around the world. The Vienna Ball has become a successful export product and is organized more than 30 times a year worldwide. Very famous call of the ceremonial-master: “Alles Walzer” or “Let the waltz begin!” can be heard in the ballrooms of Athens, Berlin, Brussels, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Beijing, Prague, Rome, Tokyo, Zurich and many other cities.

After the season in 2018, the city of has collected more than 139 million euros, and the average consumption of the guest is about 275 euros

The tradition of Vienna Ball dates back to the 14th century, when it came to life, relying on social festivities held at the French and Burgundy courts. The Vienna Ball reached its peak in 1814-1815, during the Vienna Congress, attended by delegations of all states and powers who met to agree on a permanent European order.

Today, the highlight of the Bavarian season is the Wiener Opernball at the Opera in Vienna, after which the winter season of the balls is closed.

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