Favourite airline: Swiss
62 % of bookings on this flight route are made with Swiss, KLM and PLL LOT.
27 %
18 %
17 %
Tip: book 2 months before departure
Save up to 67 % by booking flights 2 months before departure.
67 days before departure
Favourite connection: via Zurich
On this flight route, flights with a stopover in Zurich are the most popular.
1 stopover Zurich (Zürich)-Kloten
09h 00min, from £164
25 %
1 stopover Frankfurt-Main
03h 55min, from £153
20 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
06h 30min, from £167
18 %
Return from £153.00
The best return flight offer is currently available with a departure on 24/01/20 and a return on 26/01/20.


Vienna - a stylish any-time destination

Austria's capital was once home to Beethoven and Mozart and Vienna's historic UNESCO World Heritage listed centre and green spaces appeal to all ages.


Vienna - when to go

Winter can be cold and wet. April to October is the best time to visit Vienna although July and August can sometimes be hot and humid.

Celebratory New Year concerts from the Vienna Philharmonic and the Vienna Opera Ball in February attract visitors from around the globe. Lovers of opera, theatre and dance will enjoy the Vienna Festival from May to June.


Vienna - handy tips

Visitors should certainly try Schnitzel and Sachertorte when dining in Vienna. A cheaper restaurant may charge 10 € for a meal and 10% should be added as a tip. Diners can tell staff what they wish to pay as tips aren't normally left on tables. Most larger restaurants and shops will accept credit cards.


Vienna - basic facts

Travellers taking the S-Bahn S7 overground train from Vienna Airport to the city centre might pay around 4.50€ per single ticket for the 25-minute trip. The CAT/City Airport train takes about 16 minutes and costs approximately 12€.

Taxis cost 25€ to 35€ and travellers should agree on the fare before boarding.     Vienna has accommodation to suit every budget. Hostels are approximately 15€ per person and hotels about 70€ per person.   Vienna's public transport system is easy to use and is cheaper than taxis. The underground is the fastest way to travel and a single is about 2.20€ while a daily travelcard is approximately 7.60€. Tickets must be validated before travel. A Vienna card is ideal for longer stays and costs about 19€ for a 48-hour card or about 22€ for 72 hours including discounts in galleries.