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Vienna

Vienna
With your comfortable Austrian flight to Vienna you will land at the airport Vienna-Schwechat, the home and hub of Austrian Airlines. The City Airport train, a regional train or a bus will bring you to downtown Vienna in a very short time. To see the most important sights use the well-maintained public transport system or try the Viennese way and get around by “Fiaker“, black open horse carriages that you will find in abundance all throughout the city. Once the Habsburgs, the extended dynasty that ruled not only Austria, but also Spain, the Netherlands and much more territory in Europe and South America, made their mark on their hometown. The Hofburg Palace in the city and Schönbrunn Palace outside the city were their centres of power, from here Emperors and Empresses ruled over a large part of Europe. In the Treasury of the Hofburg you will encounter treasures from the Habsburgs, like the imperial crown of the Holy Roman Empire from 962 or the Holy Lance.

From their times as rulers of Spain you can still experience the famous equestrian performances in the Spanish Riding School, also located in the Hofburg. If the names Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Bruckner, Schubert and Johann Strauß ring some bells, you know why Vienna is also called the “City of Music”. You can visit the graves of nearly all of the superstars of classical music in Vienna’s Central Cemetery. You can also find out that their music is very much alive with a concert of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra or a performance at the Wiener Staatsoper. Visit the grand coffee houses and indulge in the Viennese cuisine, a unique style influenced by the several areas of the vast Austrian Empire. Have fun in Vienna!

Austria

Austrian Airlines offers the perfect connections between all of Austria’s regional airports and the rest of the world. And at our home airport it takes no more than 25 minutes to change planes.

Worth knowing

Austria
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Vienna
  • Austrian flight destination: Linz, Graz, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt
Airport
  • Vienna International Airport (VIE): The airport is located 18 km (10 miles) southeast of Vienna.
  • Address: Vienna Airport, 1300 Schwechat, Austria
  • Telephone: +43-1 700 70
  • Airport Vienna

Timetable Vienna

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Where to stay in Vienna

Where to stay in Vienna
Hollmann Beletage
The hotel has 25 rooms that are so cosy that you immediately feel at home. The rooms are tastefully furnished and situated around a living-room, where a minibar and a well-stocked library invite you to stay for a while. And if you don't want to leave the house at all, you'll never get bored. The hotel has its own cinema showing Austrian classics. Moreover, there is a spa to relax and a wonderful garden, which makes you forget that you are in the middle of a big city. Tipp: Just around the corner you find the star restaurant Hollmann Salon. A night in a double starts at 140 euros.
Hotel Imperial
Wombats: The Base

Where to shop in Vienna

Where to shop in Vienna
Babette's
It seems that it got a little tight in Nathalie Perstich's shop in the Schleifmühlgasse, between kitchen and cookbook collection. Thus she opened another one in the middle of the first district. Just as in the original Babette's, there are loads of cookbooks. But the exuberant selection of unusual spices from all over the world is new. There is reason to doubt that the Naschmarkt can compete with that: 70 spices are kept in the mysterious spice chest. They are offered in bulk, plain or mixed by hand into great concoctions. Would you like to have the luxury spice of all? Then you should try the legendary, because extremely rare Kampot Pepper from Cambodia. Hungry? Then wait for lunch. Soups, curries and savoury pastries are prepared with the spices on offer, maybe that will facilitate your choice a bit.
Stilwerk
Shanti Yoga Store

Where to eat in Vienna

Where to eat in Vienna
Das Palmenhaus
The Palmenhaus is such a nice place that it easily manages the balancing act between tourist trap and local hot spot. It's existed since the turn of the century, and a look at the glass-steel construction alone is worth the visit. Now parts of the building have been remodelled by the architect duo Eichinger-Knechtl and were modernized in the true sense of the word. The palm trees and the view over the enchanting Burggarten have remained. Try to find a spot on the terrace or at the Brunnenbar (at park level). You can spend wonderful summer nights there, tastefully set to music by Viennese DJs. Plus: Great cuisine, great cocktails.
Flein
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!
Schönbrunn
Augarten

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