(classical orchestra music) – I am really excited for tonight. I’m gonna start by taking a tour of the Palace of Schonbrunn, and then I get to have a three course dinner followed by a classical music concert. ^There are palaces all over Europe, but this is by far ^the most impressive that I’ve seen. ^The Schonbrunn Palace, which means beautiful spring. Right now I’m walking around the labyrinth and maze, trying to find my way out, it’s only a block from the street but you would have no idea that I’m this close to the street. It’s quiet, it’s just beautiful. I just toured the gardens and now I’m gonna head in to dinner. Tonight I’m lucky enough to be joined by Peter, who is a producer of a Schonbrunn Palace concert. Prost.
– Cheers, prost. This is special in Vienna. It’s called (speaks in other language), very traditional beans. ^- Mm, this is really good. So this is the famous apple strudel? – [Peter] It’s breathtaking isn’t it? – Breathtaking! This is by far the best apple strudel I’ve ever had. – We are going to walk over to the gardens, and you’re going to see our concert. (classical orchestra music) – I grew up playing Mozart, so to be in Vienna listening to classical musicians, where Mozart used to play, pretty much does not get any better than this. (classical orchestra music) (audience applauds) Vienna is known for its architecture, its food, and especially for its classical music, so this evening has been the absolute perfect way to combine all three.