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Getting to Vienna

 
 
Here’s information on the best ways of getting to Vienna.

Getting to Vienna

The most practical way to reach Vienna is to do so by air.

British Airways (ba.com) and Austrian Airlines (austrian.com) operate direct flights from Heathrow; easyJet (easyjet.com) has flights from Gatwick. Other airlines that offer connecting flights to Manchester, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford and Dublin are KLM (klm.com), Aer Lingus (aerlingus.com), Lufthansa (lufthansa.com) and Air France (airfrance.co.uk). Vienna's international airport (viennaairport.com) is nine miles south-east of the city. The fast CAT (cityairporttrain.com) train departs every 30 minutes and takes 16 minutes to reach the centre (single journey: 11 euros). The city's Postbus (postbus.at) operates three routes to the city centre and the main western and southern train stations-travel time between 30 and 45 minutes (single journey: 8 euros). Taxis charge around 35 euros for the 20-minute trip to central Vienna.


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