Tanzschule Elmayer Dance School


13 Bräunerstrasse,


The Tanzschule Elmayer Dance School was established in 1919 by Willy Elmayer von Vestenbrugg, a former officer of the Austrian Imperial Army. The school is housed inside the former horse stables at the Pallavicini Palace and offers courses specifically designed for tourists and those visiting the area for shorter periods of time. For a fee, participants can enroll in courses to learn the traditional Viennese waltz, as well as Standard and Latin American ballroom dances and the Fledermaus Quadrille, a popular dance at Viennese balls.