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Flights to Vienna

Why Book Flights to Vienna with Aer Lingus?

You need very little reason to book flights to Vienna. The capital of Austria is famous for its attractions, atmosphere, and culture. Whether you're looking for great places to visit in Vienna for a single day, or multiple things to do over several days, you'll have plenty of choices in this elegant city.

Renowned for its culture-soaked drinking and dining experiences, food lovers and wine connoisseurs alike will enjoy the best of what this magnificent city has to offer. Art, History, and beautiful Architecture accompany you with every step you take. Booking your flight to Vienna with Aer Lingus is the perfect start to your European city adventure.

Aer Lingus fly direct to Vienna up to 5 times a week.

How long is the flight to Vienna?

The total flight duration from Dublin to Vienna is 2 hours 45 minutes. During the flight to Vienna, our cabin crew will ensure your journey is safe and comfortable. Sit back and enjoy our service, great food, and in-flight entertainment.

Is Vienna Good for Tourists?

In a word, Yes! Vienna is not a small or simple destination, there's plenty to see and do. History is at the heart of Vienna, with narrow streets found between antiquated buildings providing an atmosphere that can only be experienced in Vienna. But, like every modern European city, there are plenty of great places to indulge the shopaholic within while also making time to experience the amusement park and visit the world's oldest Zoo.

Top Things to See & Do in Vienna

  1. Vienna Classical Concert at St. Peter's Church: Spend your evening at a classical music concert and admire some of the world's most beautiful pieces of music. The church's unique atmosphere and excellent acoustics make it a special attraction for locals and tourists alike. Each concert last between 60-70 minutes.
  2. Schönbrunn Zoo Established by the Habsburgs in the park of Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna's 13th district of Hietzing in 1752 and is today the world's oldest zoo that is still in operation. An extensive renovation and renewal program turned this into one of the world's most renowned zoological gardens combining entertainment with conservation and education.
  3. Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off: This hassle-free sight-seeing tour is just as hassle free as your flight to Vienna with Aer Lingus. With the option of 3 different routes, each winding their way through this fantastic city. Each route provides a succinctly different experience of Vienna. One of the best ways to see the top sights should you be short on time.
  4. Vienna's Historic Monuments, Palaces, and Gardens:

    Imperial Schönbrunn Palace and Gardens: this beautiful Baroque palace contains more than 1,441 rooms and apartments, including those once used by Empress Maria Theresa.

    The Historic Hofburg: The official residence of every Austrian ruler since 1275. this vast complex covers 59 acres with 18 groups of buildings, including 19 courtyards and 2,600 rooms. You can stop at the Hofburg with the Bug Bus Hop-On Hop-Off tours.

    Belvedere Palace: One of Vienna's many popular attractions, Belvedere Palace is really two splendid Baroque buildings: the Lower (Unteres) Belvedere and the Upper (Oberes) Belvedere. The attraction is also home to many of Austria's most important art collections and after years of extensive renovation works, Belvedere Palace truly is one of Vienna's top things to see and do.

Public transport in Vienna

Trains, the subway, trams, and buses make exploring Vienna easy. Services are frequent and reliable, and public transport connects most parts of the city. Metered taxis are available for a door-to-door service, and many tourists opt to explore the inner ring on foot. Land fresh and full of energy from your flight to Vienna when you fly with Aer Lingus and enjoy delicious onboard cuisine from the Bia premium menu.

Best Time to Visit Vienna

We recommend you allow yourself 4 to 5 days to capture all the touristy pleasures Vienna has on offer. The best time to visit Vienna is May and September. Since the city is in the continental climate zone, four seasons are experienced with beauty in the city.

Getting from Vienna Airport to the City Centre

Your flight to Vienna has landed, now what? The best ways to get from Vienna airport to the city centre are:

  • Train is the fastest way to get to Vienna city centre. The railway station is only 5-minute walk from arrivals. Trains run every 30 minutes every day including public holidays. Prices are €11 One-Way (online). €19 Return. Kids between 0-14 travel free of charge.
  • Buses are operated by Vienna Airport Lines and offer connections between Vienna Airport and the city centre. The bus stop is located at the exits of the airport terminals. There are international bus lines that connect many European cities: Bratislava, Kosice, Budapest, Györ, Prague, Brünn.
  • Taxi will reduce stress and is probably the best transport option. 5 taxi companies operate at Vienna airport and taxi fare depends on the types of vehicles. Journey to city centre is approximately 20 minutes depending on traffic of course. The journey takes about 20 minutes, depending on traffic.

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