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Why Fly to Vienna?
Vienna is full of history. Here you will find grand imperial palaces and bombastic baroque interiors, museums and magnificent squares and, above all, the Hofburg where the Habsburg rulers lived. The museum quartier houses some of the world's most impressive contemporary art. The Stephansdom is one of Vienna's must-see sights. As in many European cities, traditions go hand-in-hand with modern life. You will find the typical Vienna coffee house next to sushi places. Take day trips to the river Danube or the Wienerwald to explore some Austrian living.
Flying to Vienna from the UK
Direct flights depart from London Gatwick and London Heathrow. Flights from Manchester and Birmingham usually include one stop. Flight time from London to Vienna is approximately two hours.
Popular Flight Routes to Vienna
Which Airlines Fly to Vienna?
Easyjet flies non-stop from London Gatwick to Vienna. Bmi, Austrian Airlines and Brisish Airways fly from London Heathrow. They all cost about the same. KLM and Lufthansa connect Manchester and Vienna with stops in Amsterdam and London Heathrow. KLM, Brussels Airlines, bmi, Lufthansa and Swiss connect Birmingham and Vienna with stops in Dusseldorf, Brussels and Zurich.
Mini Travel Guide to Vienna
Austria's capital Vienna is situated along the river Danube. Make sure to wander around the old town (or Innere Stadt) along the Ringstraße, Vienna's main boulevard, to the Opera House and the monumental Natural History Museum. Life in Vienna is all about concert halls, opera houses and the caés. Before traveling to Vienna try to book tickets to the main attractions in advance as ticket requests from outside the coutnry are given priority. Recommendations, among many others, are the Vienna State Opera and the Vienna Boys Choir. All main attractions of the city are centrally located and since it is a pedestrian place it is a great place to stroll around and soak up the life of old and modern Vienna. Visit St. Stephen's Cathedral, Kartnerstraße, Vienna's main shopping street, the Hofburg Palace and, of course, a traditional café for some Vienna Melanche.
Take the Eurostar to Paris. From there an overnight City Night Liner sleeper train to Munich for onwards connections to Vienna. Or take the Eurostar to Brussels, a high-speed Thalys train to Cologne and from there the EuroNight sleeper train to Vienna.