Flights to Vienna

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NTE Nantes
VIE Vienna
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CAI Cairo
VIE Vienna
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PSA Pisa
VIE Vienna
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DSA Doncaster
VIE Vienna
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Edinburgh - Bratislava
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Trips to Vienna

Vienna travel

Vienna is a city renowned for its cultural events, outstanding coffeehouses, imperial landmarks, Grüner Veltliner (dry white wine) and fabulous cuisine. Its beginnings can be traced back to the time when it was first part of the Roman Empire. The city grew and was considered an important trading centre. Vienna's history, like most European countries, is fraught with sieges, wars, battles and dominance from multi-cultures. These events helped shape what it is today - a modern city with a rich history and culture. Flights to Vienna are a great way for visitors to enjoy what this fascinating urban centre has to offer.

Things to do and places to see in Vienna

There are many places in Vienna at which you can enjoy a fantastic break or a well-deserved holiday. Visit well-curated museums, get inspired at galleries, enjoy lunches at superb restaurants or stroll through a park. Watch a classic concert, admire Gothic or Romanesque architecture and tour the centre. You might not be able to fit in everything there is to see and do, in fact, several trips to Vienna might need to be planned if you want to get to know all the ins and outs of this beautiful European capital.

When visiting Vienna, be sure to:

  • Walk along the Ringstrasse Boulevard and trace the history of the city
  • Watch a performance at the Vienna State Opera
  • Check out the works of art at the Museum of Fine Arts
  • Gawk at the city's most iconic landmark, St. Stephen's Cathedral
  • Tour the Habsburg residence with its interesting museums and beautiful courtyards
  • Admire the treasures (crown of the realms and the Holy Lance) of the Imperial Secular Treasury
  • Swing by at the Kunsthistoriches museum and marvel at the fabulous fine art collections and masterpieces
  • Ramble through the Schonbrunn Palace, the summer residence of the Habsburg family
  • Spend a day at Prate with its giant Ferris wheel
  • Visit the Rathaus (town hall) which is an example of Neo-Gothic architecture
Vienna

Vienna airports

The Vienna International Airport is the main airport in the capital of Austria. Cheap flights to Vienna land and take off from this airport. It consists of four terminals: 1, 2, 3 and 1a.

  • Vienna International Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers that serve the airport are the following: Austrian Airlines, Eurowings and easyJet.

    Location

    Vienna Airport is approximately 18km southwest of the city centre of Vienna.

    Transport options

    There are several ways to get to the airport and back. Line 7 of the Vienna S-Bahn will take you to the centre of the city in roughly 25 minutes. Another way is to get on the City Airport Train and get off at the Wien Mitte which is near downtown. By car, use the A4 and exit at Flughafen Wien-Schwechat. Buses run 24 hours to and from the city centre to the airport; the journey will take you 20 minutes depending on the traffic conditions. Other means of transportation include taxis and shuttles.

  • Bratislava Airport

    Top airlines

    There are numerous flights to Bratislava with top airlines being Ryanair, Flydubai and Czech Airlines.

    Location

    The airport is located at a distance of about 9km north east of the main city. The city is well-connected by excellent ground transport facilities.

    Transport options

    Bratislava - even though a small city - has a well-developed train network which not only to gets you to the city, but also to other surrounding cities like Prague and Budapest in neighbouring countries. Bus line 61 runs between the airport and the city. There are various taxi operators outside the arrival terminal that can you take you the heart of the city, or use one of the car rental services to see the city on your own.

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