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Flights From Milan to Vienna

Vienna

Vienna
Fly with Austrian Airlines to the city where Mozart, Beethoven and the Strauss dynasty created their music: Vienna, our beautiful home. Follow the steps of the mighty Habsburg dynasty through the centuries of being Kings and Emperors and visit Hofburg Palace and Schönbrunn Palace. Find out about the powerful Empress Maria Theresia and the famous Empress Elisabeth, called Sissi by all the world. You will find art and architecture to admire on nearly every corner. Take a ride around the city in the black horse coaches, called “Fiaker”, and see architecture from gothic like the great Stephansdom to baroque in the Belvedere Palace to Art Nouveau on the Central Cemetery. Visit the macabre Funeral Museum, showing the strange Viennese attitude towards death, including a streetcar only for coffins. On the cemetery itself are the graves of Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms and Johann Strauss. Hear a concert of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and see an opera in the Wiener Staatsoper, a definite highlight for fans of classical music. Find out about the Viennese cuisine, the only cuisine in the world to be named after a city. Influences from the vast Empire came together to create a unique style that is heavy on meat and sweets. Wiener Schitzel, Tafelspitz or Backhendl will give you the energy for a night of waltzing, desserts like Sachertorte, Strudel or Kaiserschmarren will leave you with a happy smile. Enjoy Vienna, home of Austrian Airlines!

Top Questions

How long does the flight take from Milan to Vienna?
How often flies Austrian Airlines from Milan to Vienna?
Austrian Airlines flies from Milan to Vienna daily.
How big/heavy is the carry-on baggage allowed to be?
Your carry-on baggage should not be bigger than 55 x 40 x 23 cm and not heavier than 8 kg. A foldable suit bag not bigger than 57 x 54 x 15 cm is accepted as carry-on baggage. Additionally, you may bring one more personal object like a purse or a notebook bag not bigger than 40 x 30 x 10 cm into the cabin.
How can I check-in online with Austrian Airlines?
You can use the web check-in online via Austrian.com or the Austrian Airlines App. You need your last name in combination with the booking code, an e-ticket number or a frequent flyer program number.

Where to eat in Vienna

Where to eat in Vienna
Pizza Mari'
It is rumoured that not even in Italy you can get a pizza so wonderful like the one that comes out of the oven at Maria's Pizzeria. Up until 8 p.m. the eatery belongs to the children, who watch intently what the pizza baker is doing. Starting at 9 p.m. the adults take over, and only those with reservations. The young owner has lived in Naples. Upon her return she just imported a piece of Italy to Vienna, in a literal sense: The flour and tomato sauce come directly from bella Italia, the rest from local farmers. For dessert there's Panna Cotta in all variations imaginable as well as bitter espresso. The furnishing? Just as straightforward as the menu, and that is simply perfect.
Albertina Passage
Figlmüller

What to see in Vienna

What to see in Vienna
Museum District
The Museum District is a cult for the Viennese: In the summer you sit on the Enzis (colourful open-air furniture to stretch out on), sip take-out drinks and listen to the DJs. In the winter it's time to take in culture in one of the museums or muse about which of the great restaurants or cafés to go to this time? Take in the street life: 60,000 sqm art and lifestyle are waiting for you! The architecture of the museums is phenomenal: The most modern buildings were combined gracefully with baroque originals. At the square you find the Vienna Art Gallery, which houses many events, the Museum of Modern Art and the Rudolf Leopold Collection. Beyond the three big ones near the square there are also several smaller cultural institutions that are even more exciting, such as the Austrian Museum of Architecture (www.azw.at) or the Tanzquartier (dance house - www.tqw.at). The little ones find cultural happiness in the Jungle Children's Theatre or the Children's Museum. If you are looking for unusual souvenirs, this is also the right place for you: Many small shops sell knickknacks for back home. Our tip. Sit down in one of the cafés and watch people!
City Marathon
Augarten

Where to stay in Vienna

Where to stay in Vienna
Ritz-Carlton Wien
Vienna upgrades to a luxury hotel city. Park Hyatt, Kempinksi and Four Seasons are on their way, and already at the end of August the Ritz-Carlton Vienna has opened in prominent location on the Viennese Ringstraße. Originally the luxury chain Shangri-La planned a hotel at this very spot. But these plans dematerialised again and instead the federal capital got 202 luxurious rooms, a gourmet restaurant and the first Guerlain Spa in Austria - thanks to Ritz-Carlton. All this is located in four historical buildings under monumental protection from the 19th century. The original wall cladding and the ceiling frescoes therefore remained the same. The kitchen of the restaurant Dstrikt is run by celebrity chef Wini Brugger whose Indochine21 is located right across the street - how convenient! Also non-hotel guests can dine at the restaurant and reach restaurant and bar through a separate entrance. However, you need a special invitation for the Chef's Table which will jumble up the hotel kitchen with its eight seats. A big fuss has been made about the rooftop bar Atmosphere: the view over Vienna is only permitted until 9.30 pm - because of potential disturbances of the peace.
Le Méridien
The Trieste

Where to shop in Vienna

Where to shop in Vienna
Shanti Yoga Store
Of course, this is not all about yoga mats, yoga bags and cushions. It's interesting for all who look for relaxation everywhere, enjoying cool and comfortable fashion. This doesn't have to be hidden in your gym bag, but can be worn on the streets, too. The manager Birgit Kohl sells beautiful pieces by labels from the American scene, for example colourful shirts with brilliantly coloured Buddha and Chakra appliqués by Lily Lotus. Her advice is great, and you can touch, try and compare everything.
Mano Design
Disaster Clothing