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Located in Schwechat,  18 km southeast of Vienna, is the Vienna International Airport (VIE). It is the main international gateway into Austria and the largest airport in the country. 
The airport has a 3-level passenger terminal, and transit to and from the airport is by bus, train, taxi, or car rental.

Quick facts about Vienna

Car rent

from $ 26.00 per day

Hotel booking

from $ 28.41 per night

Currency

EUR
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Reference average prices in Vienna

🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant

$ 11.36

🍕Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course

$ 51.10

🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)

$ 4.54

🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)

$ 2.73

🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)

$ 957

Best time to visit Vienna

The best time to explore the city
from April to May or September to October
Prices
Hotels from $ 28.41
Temperature
Vienna is coldest in January at an average temperature of -1°C and hottest in July when temperatures average 19°C.
Precipitation
Vienna receives an average annual rainfall of 623 mm. June is the wettest month with up to 74mm of rain.

The weather

The best time to visit Vienna is in spring or fall, from April to May or September to October when the weather is mild and the city is less crowded. High season is in the summer from June to August.

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Beautiful view of famous Schloss Belvedere, built by Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy, in Vienna, Austria
Vienna, the capital of Austria, is situated in the east, along the banks of the Danube River.

It is the most popular tourist destination in the country, and has residents like Beethoven, Sigmund Freud and Mozart in the past, whom helped shape the city’s intellectual and artistic legacy. 

A cosmopolitan city known for its Imperial palaces and fine, old architecture, Vienna has a distinct charm that draws people in.

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Schönbrunn Palace was the main summer residence of the Habsburg rulers, located in Hietzing, Vienna. 

Things to do in Vienna

There are numerous things to do in Vienna all year round. From city tours in the summer and spring to the MuseumsQuartier located in the 7th district of the city, to imperial palaces like Schönbrunn, Fiaker horse cab rides, and a lot of glühwein (mulled wine) drinking in the winter. 

A clan and safe city, it offers a great escape with world class restaurants, attractions, food and culture.

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Hofburg Palace

A presidential base that houses the offices of the president of Austria, Hofburg Palace is a palatial complex that was first built in the 13th century and for hundreds of years was the main winter palace for rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. 

Visitors can visit one of the museums in the complex, and take a tour through its imperial apartments to admire its style of baroque architecture, its opulence and learn if its history.

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The Jewish Museum

Founded in 1895, the Jüdisches Museum Wien serves to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and the 50,000 Austrian Jews who were killed during this period. The museum was recently redesigned in 2011. It was plundered and closed by the Nazis in 1938, losing many valuable pieces from its collection. However, it is still able to tell the story of the Austrian Jews from medieval times to present day.

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St Stephen’s Cathedral

The most important church in Vienna as well as in Austria, St Stephen’s Cathedral is located in the Stephensplatz and is the tallest church tower in the country.  A must see when visiting Vienna, this monolithic structure is one of opulence, with its dominating tower, to its exterior that features Gothic and Romanesque designs and a multi-colored main roof. Inside this iconic building, visitors will find a number of smaller chapels, eighteen alters, tombs and catacombs.

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Schonbrunn Gardens

The magical gardens of Schonbrunn extend from the Schonbrunn Palace Complex and cover a space of over a kilometre, however visitors can spend hours exploring its treasures. 

Check out Neptune’s fountain or get lost in the hedge maze and labyrinth, stroll through the Parterre or check out the artificial Roman Ruin with its stone statues. You could also enjoy a drink at the café in the Gloriette which is located opposite the palace and features a classical colonnaded building and a pool. 

Vienna Cuisine

Traditional Austrian cuisine is filled with rich flavours. A few of these tasty creations include the popular Gulasch, originally from Hungary. A hot soup which comes in many variants, one of the most popular being the potato Gulasch. 

There is also the Wiener Schnitzel which is a national dish and serves mostly with sour cream, onions and fries. Another is the Kaiserschmarrn, a dish if fluffy shredded pancakes, topped with sweet sauces, fry fruits or jams. It can be served as a meal on its own or as dessert. 

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