The Officially Unofficial Cocktail at ND Bucharest, 2017
What would an Elia event be without networking and fun?
Join us for the Officially Unofficial Cocktail, where you will have the chance to meet up with friends, colleagues and partners you may not have seen for a while and to make new acquaintances.
The venue perfectly represents the spirit and image of today’s going out scene in Vienna.
Dress code is casual and all are welcome.
Drinks and food will be available on a pay-as-you-go basis.
The Kahlenberg is located in the Vienna Woods and is one of the most popular excursion destinations of the city. This is mainly because of the stunning view afforded by the Kahlenberg: on clear days, one can not only see the entire city from above, but even the Schneeberg, where Vienna’s mountain spring water comes from. Let’s go up to the wonderful view!
The Kahlenberg is 484 metres high and has a long history. It was given as a gift by Emperor Ferdinand II. to the Camaldolese Order in 1628. At the heart of the monastery built there arose St. Josephs’ Church. However, the Kahlenberg was actually made famous by Polish King Sobiesky, who marched over the Kahlenberg with his army in 1683 and liberated Vienna at the very last minute from the Turkish occupiers.
Cost per person: €95 and includes:
Guests are welcome for the same fee.
The dress code is business casual.
Friday, 5 October 2018
Starting at 6:00 pm
Hilton Vienna Danube Hotel
We’re not a fan of goodbyes at Elia. In fact, we prefer to toast to our time together. You are therefore invited to join us for a complimentary drink after the closing and a very big thank you for joining us for ND Vienna, our 22nd Networking Days.
There is no cost to attend. We just want to end our time together on a high note!
Saturday, 6 October 2018
9:30 am to approx. 2:00 pm
The Emperor Franz Joseph Hat Museum is an interactive museum situated in the middle of a 300-year-old monastery wine cellar. In addition to valuable collector’s items in the showcases, the hat museum offers individual hats from the “good old times” which may be worn during the guided tour of the interactive museum.
The main emphasis of the hat museum is on hats from the time of Emperor Franz Joseph I, the height of headwear fashion in Vienna. The multitude of headwear of the noble Viennese society and the splendid uniforms of the Imperial Army were outstanding.
As well as the particularly valuable individual pieces to be seen in the showcases, the hat collection is presented in such a way that the visitor, instead of just looking at museum pieces, can actually ‘experience’ the active effect of history and spirit of the Imperial times by wearing an original Viennese hat.
Cost per person: €35 and includes:
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