Public Transport System

Taxi, Train, Buses, Trams, Hop on - Hop off Bus

Cleanliness and Efficiency

Cleanliness: High, Efficiency: Medium

Mode & Cost of Transports

    VIENNA SIGHTSEEING HOP ON HOP OFF tour: -                            
    Red & Yellow Line: State Opera House (departure)                            
    Blue Line: Museum of Applied Arts (departure)                            
    Green Line: National Theatre (departure)                            
    Grey Line: Hotel Hilton / Stadtpark (departure)                            
    Red Line:                             
    Explore the magnificent Ringstraße!  State Opera or grand Hofburg Palace,  Sisi Museum,  Imperial Treasury building of the Kunsthistorisches Museum            Vienna,  Austrian Parliament, the City Hall, and the National Theater.                            
    Blue Line:                             
    The Danube route goes slightly out of town towards Danube Park where you can go to the Danube Tower, Prater area to see Vienna’s theme park in                Leopoldstadt, The Wiener Riesenrad, or Riesenrad – the Giant Ferris Wheel.                            
    Yellow Line:                            
     Schönbrunn Palace, the Habsburg’s summer residence and its 1,441 staterooms, including the Gloriette and Schönbrunn Zoo, Fruit and Flower Market,           The Museum of Military History and the Belvedere Palace too.                            
    Green Line:                            
    Visit the surroundings of Austria’s capital. Vienna’s vineyard in Grinzing the Kahlenberg Hill.                             

    Grey Line:                             
    Visit the Imperial Palace Schloss Hof, the amphitheater Bad Deutsch-Altenburg and Niederweiden Palace, or walk in the footsteps of the Romans at the          Archaeological Park Carnuntum.                            
Bus rate and coverage: -     
Vienna PASS Benefits:                            
    Unlimited HOP ON HOP OFF Bus Tours                            
    Adult price online: €26.10, on-street €29.00 Child price online: €17.10, on-street €19.00     

Train rate and coverage: -

    The four main forms of transport are U-Bahn (subway), Schnellbahn or S-Bahn (local train), Straßenbahn (tram) and Autobus (bus).     
Tram rate and coverage: -                                
    Ticket for 24, 48 or 72 hours                            
    The ticket offers you free travel on Vienna's public transport for 24, 48 or 72 hours from validation. It can be used on all public transpot servicesin central Vienna. Dont forget  to get it stamped by blue ticket stampers to validate it.You find the blue ticket stampers onboard of trams and busses, at the barriers before entering the underground railway.                            
    Vienna transportation prices                 
    Taxi from airport to city center:-       29.07 - 34.88                    
    Commuter train from airport to city center: -        4.65                    
    Express train from airport to city center: -        12.79                    
    3km taxi ride in Vienna: -       9.30 - 13.95                    
    Public transport ride in Vienna: -        2.56                    
    All-day public transport card: -        8.84                    


Basic Items & Cost

Name Price
Water Bottle EUR 1.00
Cup of Coffee EUR 3.00
Milk Carton Pack EUR 1.00
Rice/Kg EUR 2.00
White Bread EUR 2.00
Eggs (12) EUR 3.00
Combo Meal EUR 7.00
Fine Dining EUR 47.00
Bottle of Coke or Pepsi EUR 2.00
Domestic Beer EUR 1.00
Imported Beer EUR 4.00
Bottle of Wine EUR 6.00
Cigarettes (20 Pack) EUR 5.00
Taxi ( 1 km ) EUR 2.00
Ticket in local transport (Single way). EUR 2.00
Rent ( One Bed Room) EUR 852.00


  • Let those getting off public transport depart before trying to get on.
  • Stand to the right on an escalator in the U-Bahn or elsewhere. Let those in a hurry go on the left.
  • Buy a ticket for public transport. A high penalty is levied upon the defaulters.
  • Observe "Keep off the Grass" where signs request it. Keep the place green for the next visitor.
  • Dress code is important for the concerts and operas or clubs and fine dining restaurants.
  • Expect to pay a small sum (50 cents) to use some restroom facilities.
  • Be alert as pickpocketers are active in the area of St. Stephen’s Cathedral (Vienna) and on crowded streetcars (trams) or subways (U-Bahn). Some work in pairs or sometimes in threes.
  • Watch where you walk. Dogs soil the place.
  • Leave the shop at least 5 minutes before the closing time.


  • Expect everyone to speak English.
  • Expect English-language menus in all places.
  • Expect ice water.
  • Expect every place to have to air-condition.
  • Expect waiters to bring your bill after eating. They will present it only when you ask.
  • Expect stores to be open late evenings on weekdays, most stores close at 6:00 pm. Stores are closed on Sundays.

Night Life

Vienna's club scene is all about parties with the music of the highest quality. Electronic music from Vienna is known for creating an international sensation and for a good reason. The parties range from chic to underground. Clubs such as Flex have already attained cult status. The program there is just as varied as at the city's other party venues.

Chic & Cool: 
Chic, elegant and cool – with a good dose of design. That describes the ‘in’ places to go to in Vienna. Where people head to dance, eat and drink – in an ambiance that has to be seen. The many establishments are just as stylish as the crowd that frequents them.

Young & Wild: 
A lively club scene has grown up in Vienna in recent years. The venues are a breeding ground for electronic music, and many of Vienna’s DJs enjoy international success. Party people celebrate in new locations such as Grelle Forelle and Fluc. Flex, on the Danube Canal, has even been voted one of the best clubs in the world. A young crowd also likes to party in dance temples such as the Praterdome and the legendary U4.

Trendy Haunts: 
Cool music is not only played in Vienna’s clubs and discos. The city also meets to “hang out” in coffee houses and bistros, in former cinemas or in the Naschmarkt. The people to be found in these places are as colorful as what’s on offer.

Live Locations: 
Apart from the major concert halls, live music is also played in many clubs in Vienna. This is mostly followed by a party with DJs. That is typical of Vienna’s entertainment landscape. Hardly a single club is reserved for a specific musical genre. Concerts alternate with Techno, Indie and Drum’n’Bass parties.

Electronic Sounds: 
Not only do fans of the waltz get their musical money’s worth in Vienna. Lovers of electronic sounds find plenty of opportunities to listen in and dance the night away on the Danube Canal, beneath the Giant Ferris Wheel, on the Gürtel, and in tucked-away courtyards.

Thriving Nightlife under the Subway: 
The Gürtel Ring Road is fast becoming the nerve center of Vienna’s nightlife. Old stagers Chelsea and B72 are being joined by new music venues in the arches under the elevated subway.

Albertina Passage: 
The dinner club at the Vienna State Opera offers sophisticated cuisine, live jazz music and DJ sounds in a futuristic ambiance.

Located directly on Praterstern, the Fluc has been the main driving force behind the renaissance of nightlife in Vienna’s second district.

Must See

  • Vienna, Austria’s capital, lies in the country’s east on the Danube River. Mozart, Beethoven, and Sigmund Freud were a few well-known residents there. 
  • Tour the Ringstrasse by tram. Take the yellow Vienna Ringtram (Wiener Linien) from Schwedenplatz for a 25-minute round trip.                                    
  • Soak in city views from St Stephen's Cathedral.                                            
  • See a puppet show at the historic Marionette Theatre.         


Austria's capital is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, and cozy wine taverns.


Tiergarten Schönbrunn ,10 kms from city centre
Maxingstraße 13b, 1130 Wien, Austria
Cuisino - Casino Restaurant Wien , 4.3 kms from city centre
Kärntner Str. 41, 1010 Wien, Austria
T.G. Poker-Inspiration ,6.8 kms from city centre
Floridsdorfer Hauptstraße 9, 1210 Wien, Austria
Casinos Austria AG,3.4 kms from city centre
Rennweg 44, 1030 Wien, Austria
Theresienbad, 6.7 kms from city centre
12th District, Hufelandgasse 3 Tel: 01-8134435 To get there: U4 till Meidlinger Hauptstraße
AJO Beach, 5.4 kms from city centre
22. Donaustadt, Vienna
Golf Club Wien-Süßenbrunn, 17 kms from city centre
Weingartenallee 22, 1220 Wien, Austria
Skiworld-Pro Gmbh ,2.6 kms from city centre
Handelskai 265, 1020 Wien, Austria
GolfRange Wien-Schwechat , 15 kms from city centre
Brucker Bundesstrasse 80 2320 Schwechat, 2320 Schwechat, Austria
City & Country Club Wienerberg 15 kms from city centre
Gutheil-Schoder-Gasse 7, 1100 Wien-Favoriten, Austria
Schafbergbad ,9.0 kms from city centre
18th District, Josef-Redl-Gasse 3 Tel: 01-4791593 To get there: Tram 43 to Hernals, then Bus 42B
Casino Wien ,4.3 kms from city centre
Kärntner Str. 41, 1010 Wien, Austria
Citygolf Vienna, 17 kms from city centre
Weingartenallee 3, 1220 Wien, Austria
Danube Flat by Alte Donau, 9.5 kms from city centre
22. Donaustadt, ViennaSituated in a quiet and green area, 2.1 km from Austria Center Vienna in Vienna.
Strandhotel Alte Donau , 4.5 kms from city centre
22. Donaustadt, ViennaVienna’s city center can be reached by underground in only a few minutes.
Casino Bond,5.9 kms from city centre
Rotenhofgasse 1A, 1100 Wien, Austria
Fontana Golf Club 35 kms from city centre
Fontana Allee 1, 2522 Oberwaltersdorf, Austria
Concord Card Casino Wien Simmering ,7.0 kms from city centre
Karl-Gunsam-Gasse 1, 1110 Wien, Austria
Haus des Meeres ,4.6 kms from city centre
Fritz-Grünbaum-Platz 1, 1060 Wien, Austria
Skilehrerlechvermittlung e. U.,
1210 Vienna, Austria
Golf-Club Wien,7.9 kms from city centre
Freudenau 65A, 1020 Wien, Austria


Antique Markets
Halbgasse 28, 1070 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
5.0 km
Antique Markets
83, Ottakringer Str., 1160 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
5.0 Km
Palais Interiors
Antique Markets
Palais Ferstel, Herrengasse 14, 1010 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
2.9 km
Farmers' and flea market
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Hilde-Hannak-Gasse, 1220 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
12.0 Km
Flea Market
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Alserbachstraße 18, 1090 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
3.1 km
Flea Market at Naschmarkt
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Linke Wienzeile 48-52, 1060 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
3.5 km
Kinderflohmarkt im Erzbischöflichen Palais
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Wollzeile 2, 1010 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
1.7 kms
Riesenflohmarkt Wienerberg
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Wienerbergstraße 29a, 1100 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
13.0 Km
WINTER - Flea Market Center Stadium
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Marathonweg 7, 1020 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
6.7 km
Ceramics and porcelain in the Augarten
Handicrafts and Souviners
Obere Augartenstraße 1, 1020 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
1.7 Km
J. & L. Lobmeyr
Handicrafts and Souviners
Kärntner Str. 26, 1010 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
2.5 km
Leschanz GmbH - Vienna Chocolate Factory
Handicrafts and Souviners
Mollardgasse 85A, 1060 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
5.1 km
Meiselmarkt Marktbereich
Handicrafts and Souviners
Meiselmarkt, 1150 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
6.7 km
Museum Shop
Handicrafts and Souviners
Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47, 1130 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
3.6 km
BahnhofCity Wien Hauptbahnhof
Shopping Malls
Am Hauptbahnhof 1, 1100 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
4.2 km
Columbus Center
Shopping Malls
Columbuspl. 7-8, 1100 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
4.4 km
Shopping Malls
Wagramer Str. 81, 1220 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
5.1 km
Shopping Malls
Kärntner Ring 5-7, 1010 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
2.4 km
Stadion Center
Shopping Malls
Olympia. 2, 1020 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
4.6 Km
Wien Mitte The Mall
Shopping Malls
Landstraßer Hauptstraße 1b, 1030 Wien, Austria
Distance From City Center
850 meters
  • Swarovski Crystal, Austrian Porcelain, Lobmeyr Glass Austrian 
  • Artisanal Chocolate Gifts from Museum Gift Stores, Kaiserschmarrn Mix Freywille, Chocolate Manner Schnapps   
  • Dirndl Dress Sacher
  • Torte Souvenir Vienna Imperial, Torte Souvenir Snow Globe Mozart Balls Zotter
  • A Deck of Schnapsen Cards
  • An Austrian Novel Staud’s Jam Demmers
  • Tea, Styrian, Pumpkin Seed Oil, Austrian Dry Sausages

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Airport Name / IATA Code

Vienna International Airport - VIE

Airport Name / IATA Code

Vienna Danubepier Hov Airport - VDD

Best time to visit

April to May, September, October: Despite somewhat chilly weather, spring is a great time to visit. The tourism season is just kicking off, so you won't have to worry about long lines at top attractions or inflated prices at hotels yet. The weather is pleasant and the city witnesses a cultural bloom with lots of festivals, marathons, concerts, and operas.

Moderate time to visit

March, June, July, August: The summer also brings the street culture to life – you can sit outside into the night enjoying the delights of the many excellent cafes, bars, restaurants, and wine taverns, the weather and plenty of fun-filled events.

Worst time to visit

November, December, January, February: The city can experience heavy snowfalls and temperatures as low as 12 deg C from November until March. January is the coldest month in Vienna with frigid temperatures for both average high and average low temperatures.


Start Tariff: EUR 3.85

1 Km. Tariff: EUR 1.50

1 Hour Waiting Tariff: EUR 27.80

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