Top Destination Vienna

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Eat in Vienna

Eat in Vienna
Café Landtmann
The legendary Café Landtmann is located directly at the ring road next to the Burgtheater. It's a Viennese tradition to go there after the show. When Franz Landtmann opened his café in 1873, it was the city's most spacious. It still is one of the most elegant, even if the elegance appears a little old-fashioned. Here all the Vienna clichés come true: The waiters condescend to serve with bow tie and verve, the coffee comes in 15 different names and the pastries make you drop on your knees. Three times a week (Monday, Tuesday and Sunday night) even the musical cliché holds true, with live piano music in the background. The wonderfully modern winter garden is new and makes for a nice contrast to the classic and somewhat stuffy part of the café. If you sit for a little bit longer until you get hungry, it doesn't matter so much: The cuisine is typically Viennese and much more than just a coffeehouse snack.
Flein
On level ground

Sights in Vienna

Sights in Vienna
Hofburg
In the Hofburg you not only find the office of the President Heinz Fischer and the National Library, but also something that seems to be of a magical attraction for the tourists: The Imperial Apartments.   The Hofburg was the imperial residence of the Habsburg, it was the seat of government and administrative centre of the Empire as well as the winter residence of the imperial family (in the summer they lived in Schönbrunn). You will get an overview when you take part in the one-hour-long tour. During that hour you will also be led through the Sisi Museum and the Imperial Apartments of Sisi and Franz.   In the Schweizerhof, the oldest part of the Hofburg, the treasures of Habsburg dynasty can be admired, including the imperial Austrian crown, the royal treasure of the Holy Roman Empire with the imperial crown or the enchanting jewels of Habsburg empresses and princesses, i.e. parts of the original jewels of Empress Elisabeth.
Schönbrunn
Pratersauna

Stay in Vienna

Stay in Vienna
Hotel Sacher
Sharon Stone, John Malkovich and similar bigwigs have spent the night here. No wonder: The Sacher continues to be one of the most elegant hotels in Vienna. Its namesake is the dark-black, world famous Sacher tort. Lady Anna Sacher, who took over the traditional house in 1880, is just as legendary as the cake. She knew how to enjoy herself, loved thick cigars, indulgent luxury and small dogs. The suites aren't exactly cheap, yet the hotel offers the best service, a lot of style and much space. The rooms are named after operas, singers or famous hotel guests. One night in the suite starts at about 395 euros.
Pension Nossek
The Trieste

Shopping in Vienna

Shopping in Vienna
Mano Design
If you love tableware you won't just spend one but many hours here. Designer Hedwig Rotter designs and produces dishes and accessories and manages to make each and every one of them something special. The shapes and colour combinations are unusual, the motifs creative and funny.   By the way, some of the fine things that you find here can even pass for souvenirs from Austria: At the latest when you see a deer or a couple dressed in traditional costumes on the porcelain. In the Mano Design every piece is done by hand, and the great thing is that you can watch the master at her work in the adjoining studio.
Babette's
Flo Vintage

Top Questions

What are the conditions to change my booking online?
Up to how long before departure can I check in online?
Overview check-in deadlines for your departure airport
When can I use my smartphone on board?
You can use your smartphone or other mobile devices up to 1 kg, like tablets, in flight mode during the whole time between take-off and landing. You cannot have a data link to mobile networks or a bluetooth connection. Exception: You can use the myAustrian FlyNet, our on-board internet connection. Connect via WLAN with our FlyNet portal and you can be online while being above the clouds.
Is Wi-Fi available on board?
Yes, with myAustrian FlyNet, our on-board Wi-Fi. As of now, it is available on selected aircraft from our short-haul and medium-haul Airbus family.
Whether you are answering emails, sending WhatsApp messages to friends or streaming the latest videos, with myAustrian FlyNet you are always online, even above the clouds. You can connect to the wireless network directly after boarding and once cruising altitude is reached, you can choose from three different service packages.