Cheap flights to Vienna Austria

Crème de la crème of classics
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  • 430 USD per person
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About Vienna

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The birthplace of the crème de la crème of classical composers, whirling waltzes and the inimitable painter Klimt, Vienna strikes the tone of a grand imperial fairy tale. Adding in the swarming students amidst the awe-inspiring baroque buildings, Vienna is coated in modern European chic. Both courteous and outspoken, the Viennese are a wistful bunch, not to mention proud of their highbrow heritage.

The famous PEZ sweets are Viennese! The originals were peppermint flavoured and named from the German Pfefferminz.

From afternoons of coffee and scrumptious ‘sachertorte’, chocolate cake – to homey ‘heurigers’, wine-taverns, Vienna is as much about savouring the moment as taking in the abundant culture. The city unfolds in different urban layers – the bars and restaurants of the Museumquartier are just as popular as the inestimable artwork and a stroll amongst the striking statues and glistening lakes of the Stadtpark. Vienna is the best of both worlds.

Erwin Perzy came up with the world’s first snow globe in Vienna in 1900, when he was trying to manufacture a light bulb.

How’s the weather in Vienna in October?

  • Temperature 45-57 °F
  • Dry days 16-
  • Average rainfall 41 mm
  • Snow days 0

Demographics

  • Population 1.7M
  • Local time :
  • Currency Euro

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Restaurants

  • Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant: 11.21 USD

Markets

  • Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle): 1.02 USD

Transportation

  • One-way Ticket (Local Transport): 2.47 USD
  • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): 4.26 USD

Sports And Leisure

  • Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult: 31.23 USD
  • Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend): 21.24 USD
  • Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat: 11.21 USD

Clothing And Shoes

  • 1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar): 89.71 USD
  • 1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...): 31.92 USD
  • 1 Pair of Nike Running Shoes: 94 USD
  • 1 Pair of Men's Leather Business Shoes: 126.22 USD

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About Vienna

The Viennese are a very sensual people. Vienna, in its food, music, art and architecture, is a city devoted to pleasure.

You could spend a week in Vienna just going out to eating - and still not get bored. For once the touristy places are worth visiting. You want to eat the best cake in the city? Then go to the Hotel Sacher and have a slice of Sacher torte. You want a good schnitzel? Go to Figlmuller for the biggest you will ever see. And with the food comes delicious wine. Vienna is the only European capital that makes wine within its city limits. You can drink the local wine in special bars called Heuriger with huge plates of sausages and dumplings.

Don’t eat too much as there is much walking to be done. No visit is complete without a visit to St Stephen’s Cathedral with its multi-coloured roof. You can climb right to the top for a view of the entire city. Those who have overindulged in cake can always take one of the old, charming trams that are still around. Also, visiting these two outstanding art museums is a must: The Kunsthistorisches with its Flemish and Italian masters, and the Belvedere to see works by Egon Shcieler and the quintessense of Viennese sensuality: Gustav Klimt.

Vienna always had a way of attracting artist. Musicians like Hayden, Strauss, Mozart, Beethoven all produced some of their finest work here. And a trip to the city really isn’t complete without attending a concert or an opera.

Vienna is so rich in art and history that you can’t consume it all at once. The architecture of the city with its layers of Romanesque, Medieval, Baroque, Gothic, neo-classical, art noveau and modern makes a charming and ambient setting.

Take flights to Vienna, where often the best thing to do is to stop, have another cup of coffee and let it all wash over you.You could spend a week in Vienna just going out to eating - and still not get bored. For once the touristy places are worth visiting. You want to eat the best cake in the city? Then go to the Hotel Sacher and have a slice of Sacher torte. You want a good schnitzel? Go to Figlmuller for the biggest you will ever see. And with the food comes delicious wine. Vienna is the only European capital that makes wine within its city limits. You can drink the local wine in special bars called Heuriger with huge plates of sausages and dumplings.

Don’t eat too much as there is much walking to be done. No visit is complete without a visit to St Stephen’s Cathedral with its multi-coloured roof. You can climb right to the top for a view of the entire city. Those who have overindulged in cake can always take one of the old, charming trams that are still around. Also, visiting these two outstanding art museums is a must: The Kunsthistorisches with its Flemish and Italian masters, and the Belvedere to see works by Egon Shcieler and the quintessense of Viennese sensuality: Gustav Klimt.

Vienna always had a way of attracting artist. Musicians like Hayden, Strauss, Mozart, Beethoven all produced some of their finest work here. And a trip to the city really isn’t complete without attending a concert or an opera.

Vienna is so rich in art and history that you can’t consume it all at once. The architecture of the city with its layers of Romanesque, Medieval, Baroque, Gothic, neo-classical, art noveau and modern makes a charming and ambient setting.

Take flights to Vienna, where often the best thing to do is to stop, have another cup of coffee and let it all wash over you.

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