Courtesy of Tanzschule Willy Elmayer-Vestenbrugg GmbH.

Lisa Rinna: Waltz in Vienna

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Celebrity Tip: According to actress (and DWTS season-two contestant) Lisa Rinna, the Viennese waltz makes you spin “so quickly, anti-dizziness tricks never work. Just hang on tight to your partner to avoid falling.”

Where to Go: Some 400 balls are hosted in Vienna during the formal ball season, between November and February—the most venerable being the famed Kaiserball. The InterContinental Vienna offers a waltz-themed Insider Experience during the ball season; the package includes a lesson at a top school and tickets to a ball (rates start at $210 per night). Waltz-minded visitors can also stop by the Tanzschule Elmayer dance school, which is owned by a judge on Dancing Stars (the Austrian cousin of Dancing with the Stars).

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Where (and How) to Go Dancing with the Stars

Lisa Rinna: Waltz in Vienna

Celebrity Tip: According to actress (and DWTS season-two contestant) Lisa Rinna, the Viennese waltz makes you spin “so quickly, anti-dizziness tricks never work. Just hang on tight to your partner to avoid falling.”

Where to Go: Some 400 balls are hosted in Vienna during the formal ball season, between November and February—the most venerable being the famed Kaiserball. The InterContinental Vienna offers a waltz-themed Insider Experience during the ball season; the package includes a lesson at a top school and tickets to a ball (rates start at $210 per night). Waltz-minded visitors can also stop by the Tanzschule Elmayer dance school, which is owned by a judge on Dancing Stars (the Austrian cousin of Dancing with the Stars).

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Courtesy of Tanzschule Willy Elmayer-Vestenbrugg GmbH.

Where (and How) to Go Dancing with the Stars

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