The main tourist office of the Vienna Tourist Board or Wiener Tourismusverband is behind the opera house on Albertinaplatz (daily 9am-7pm; tel 21114-222; phone enquiries Mon-Fri 8am-4pm only; www.info.wien.at ). There are only a few leaflets on open display, but if you have a specific enquiry the staff will happily help out. It's worth asking for the latest Museums leaflet, listing all the current opening times. Other leaflets include the tourist board's monthly Programm for opera, concert and theatre schedules, and upcoming exhibitions and events. Depending on your age, you might prefer to try the youth-oriented tourist office, Jugendinfo , at Babenbergerstrasse 1 (Mon-Sat noon-7pm; www.jugendinfowien.at ), on the corner of the Ringstrasse. There are also information desks at the airport (daily 8.30am-9pm) and at the Westbahnhof (daily 7am-10pm).
For the most comprehensive and critical listings , you need the weekly tabloid Falter (öS28/?2.03; www.falter.at ), which comes out on Wednesdays. Even if your German isn't great, you should be able to decipher the pull-out Wienprogramm & Lexicon section, which contains the week's listings. A cheaper alternative is the free weekly, Winside ( www.winside.cc ), which comes out every Thursday, or the monthly Wien Magazin (öS28/?2.03; www.wienmagazin.at ), which gives you a whole month's listings.
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