Vienna's newest incentive venue is the vast Museum Quarter complex. Its central building, the Kunsthalle, was, in the 18th century, the royal stables. Refurbished and expanded, it now presents contemporary art exhibits and cultural festivals, and the new Halls E and G can be used for private functions.
An unusual incentive option is the Majestic Imperator, a luxury train offering varied itineraries from Vienna. A candlelight dining excursion ends with a Gypsy concert at a Hungarian castle. A day trip goes to Austerlitz, Czeck Republic, where more than 100 costumed actors re-enact the battle in which Napoleon defeated the Russian and Austrian armies. Small groups — a minimum of eight people — may travel in a car attached to a scheduled train; groups of 100 to 150 can book a private train that operates at their convenience.