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Flights to Vienna, Austria

Flights to Vienna, Austria

Visit unforgettable Vienna

If you are interested in history, art, music, good food, shopping or fun for the whole family, fly with us to Vienna. The magnificent Austrian capital will captivate you on your very first visit and you are sure to want to return.

Vienna for urban travellers

Visit the vast Hofburg Palace and the astonishing Imperial Treasury. Visit the Stephansdom, the stunning Gothic cathedral dedicated to St Stephen. See works by the Old Masters at the Kunsthistorisches Museum and enjoy a relaxing boat trip on the Danube. Take an evening stroll through the brilliantly lit city centre and stop at one of the many bars and clubs. Be sure to visit the magnificent Schönbrunn Palace. The Prater, with its amusement park and famous Ferris wheel, offers fun and entertainment for the whole family.

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Vienna for lovers of fine food

Try a genuine Wiener Schnitzel – a large, thin, breaded veal cutlet – accompanied by a potato salad. Or treat yourself to wurst and pommes frites from a street stall. At Christmas time, warm up with a glass of mulled wine from one of the festively illuminated stalls. And you cannot possibly leave Vienna without trying the legendary Sachertorte in a traditional Viennese coffee house.

Vienna for art lovers

Vienna offers you more than 100 museums. Allow a whole day to visit the enormous Kunsthistorisches Museum. The Albertina holds the largest collection of prints in the world. The Belvedere Gallery is home to the world's largest collection of paintings by Gustav Klimt, including his most famous work, The Kiss. Discover modern and contemporary art in the Museumsquartier. KunstHausWien offers a chance to see the works of a true Viennese icon – Hundertwasser.

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When travelling to Vienna do not miss:

  • Stephansdom: the twelfth-century St Stephen's Cathedral is one of the proud symbols of Vienna.
  • Hofburg Palace: the former imperial winter residence was the heart of the Habsburg Empire for 600 years.
  • Schönbrunn Palace: the former summer residence of the Empress Sissi is a wonderful baroque complex with a park and the oldest still functioning zoo in the world.
  • Kunsthistorisches Museum: this Renaissance building houses works by the greatest Old Masters. Opposite, like a mirror image, stands its twin, the Naturhistorisches Museum.
  • The Secession building: the exhibition Hall of the late-nineteenth-century Vienna Secession movement, the most notable exponents of which were Klimt, Schiele, Hoffman and Wagner.
  • Museumsquartier: this area for lovers of modern and contemporary art comprises the Leopold Museum, the Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK) and the Kunsthalle.
  • KunstHausWien: houses works by the Viennese architect and painter Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
  • The Prater: the popular amusement park with its famous 65-metre-tall Ferris wheel constructed at the end of the nineteenth century.
  • Donauturm: At 252 metres, the Donauturm or Danube Tower, built in 1964, is the tallest structure in Austria. The revolving restaurant at the top of the tower offers a fantastic view of the city.

Vienna is beautiful at every time of the year. Visit it in spring, when the whole city is in bloom; in summer, when city life slows down a little; in autumn, when it puts on new colours; and in winter, when a fairy-tale atmosphere fills the air.