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Timetable Vienna

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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!


Eat in Vienna

Eat in Vienna
Bar Puff
Matthias Euler-Rolle was the youngest radio host in Austria and grew to fame through the channel Ö3. Today he is programme director of the soul radio station Superfly.fm. And owner of a bar.   At the end of November 2012 he opened his own bar called Puff in the Girardigasse in the sixth Viennese district. Everything happened quietly, almost secretly. It's a cool joint, used to be known under the name Girardi Club where easy girls welcomed their guests. Today this is different. The bar was designed by the Viennese Walking-Chair design studio and you sit under light objects made of PET bottles and sip cocktails that do not know frippery and affectations. The bar has the first Gimlet machine in the city which stands directly on the counter.
Flein
Villa Aurora

Shopping in Vienna

Shopping in Vienna
Gemini Universe
When cold, rains and storms make for challenging weather, there is nothing nicer than to slip into a piece of knitting art by designer Sibylle Bauer-Schmidt. In the tailor's workshop next to the shop you can buy the exceptional yet wearable.   The skirts, jackets, coats and sweaters radiate from colourful elegance and tasteful creativity. The knitted fabrics, from which Sibylle Bauer-Schmidt produces her fashion, are produced exclusively for Sibylle Bauer-Schmidt. If you shop here you purchase a piece of her passion and a potential favourite.
Sixxa
Be a good girl

Sights in Vienna

Sights in Vienna
Zentralfriedhof
Long live the central cemetery? the song by the Austropop legend Wolfgang Ambros hits the nail on the head. Admittedly, the quote is so Tuesday, but it really is one of the most beautiful places in the capital. If you like cemeteries in general, you have to take a walk there, in order to get some of the morbid charm of Vienna. Three million - some of them famous - names have been chiselled in stone, thus Vienna counts more dead than living inhabitants.   With a list about who's been put to rest where, you can start on a vivid grave tour, in search for Mozart, Beethoven and Falco in sometimes quite sumptuous gravesites, as well as the Presidential Vault with the remains of Dr. Karl Renner and Thomas Klestil. Well worth seeing is also the Jewish part of the cemetery, the resting place for Buddhists and the phenomenal Art Nouveau church by Otto Wagner. Tip: You either resign yourself to only seeing parts of the cemetery, or you go to the most favourite sites with the bus line 11.
Burgtheater
Museum District

Stay in Vienna

Stay in Vienna
Hotel Rathaus
Wine aficionados will feel understood in the Hotel Rathaus: It renders homage to the Austrian vintners, having named every single room after one of the vinous local heroes.   Forty rooms and one loft suite, that reflects the diversity of the Austrian wine culture, and of course there are top quality samples in the minibar. Organized tours include wine trips to Vienna's surrounding areas, and if you don't want to leave the hotel you can join the in-house wine tasting events and presentations. The rooms have an individualistic flair and are furnished in a pleasant, modern design. A night in a double starts at 160,- euros.
The Trieste
Hotel Sacher

Top Questions

Up to how long before departure can I check in online?
What costs apply when changing a booking?
To change your booking details you pay a rebooking fee and a handling charge, depending on the type of ticket. If you rebook in a higher booking class you will also have to pay the difference between the original fare and the new one. As a general rule, you may rebook your ticket in the same booking class or a higher one ֠provided there are still seats available..
What do I need to do if my baggage is missing for more than 5 days?
In case we were unable to trace your baggage within 5 days we kindly ask you to fill in the "Baggage Questionnaire" form and send it to vielzos@austrian.com.
Please note: It is very important for our further tracking process that you provide a detailed list of the contents of your lost bag.
What are the conditions to change my booking online?
You can rebook online if...
  • ...you booked your ticket online at www.austrian.com.
  • ...your fare conditions allow rebooking.
  • ...the new flight has an Austrian Airlines flight number.
What booking details can I change?
  • the flight time
  • the date
  • the booking class of your ticket
What are the deadlines for rebooking?
  • fully flexible ticket up to 3 hours before departure
  • all other tickets up to 24 hours before departure