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Austria is a landlocked country located in the central part of Europe, home to the eastern part of the Alpines with a population of more than nine million. Austria is one of the most visited countries in Europe thanks to its prominent position in arts and culture as well as its remarkable ages-old rich history and gorgeous natural sceneries. Buy your cheap flight ticket to Austria now and embark on an unforgettable journey!


Discovering the beautiful cities in Austria is now effortless thanks to direct flights to Vienna International Airport from İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, Ankara Airport, İzmir Airport, and Kayseri Airport. You can also take connecting flights via these airports in Türkiye from various European cities. In Austria, the public transport covers even the smaller towns and villages, introducing an enjoyable experience to travellers worldwide.

Transportation to/from Vienna International Airport

Vienna International Airport is well-connected to the different cities and towns in the region with train and bus lines. S-Bahn, the rapid transit railway in Austria, links the airport to Vienna city centre as well as Linz, Salzburg, Graz, and many more. Schnellbahn S7 and Railjet are the two S-Bahn options to reach Vienna, and more information about these lines can be found here. In addition to S-Bahn trains, an express train called CAT runs between the airport and Vienna city centre. If you would like to learn more details about the schedules and prices of the CAT, you can click here. The last option to reach Vienna International Airport is to use bus lines that connect Vienna and other nearby cities. More information about the bus lines to Vienna International Airport can be found here.

Public Transport in Austria

Austria’s public transport system is well-connected to provide fast and seamless transportation between different cities. The main transportation options in Austria include buses, trains, trams, and trolleys which might change depending on the city. In addition to regular lines, night lines operate across the city to enable safe travel. The U-Bahn and the S-Bahn are the two most common modes of railroad transport. More information about the public transport system in Austria can be found here.

Is there a travel card for tourists?

There is a special travel card for tourists in Vienna. Travellers can use the Vienna Card, which gives access to public transportation and more than 210 museums with 24, 48, and 72-hour options. More information about where to buy the card and the special discounts can be found here. The travel card issued in Vienna is not valid in other cities in Austria. Travellers need to buy a card specific to the city to use the public transportation in any of the cities in Austria.

Transportation Between Cities in Austria

The cities in Austria are connected with different modes of transport. The most common ways of transportation between Austrian cities are to use the train and bus lines. The train lines are operated by ÖBB, the national railroad operator covering the entire country. Vienna is connected to some major cities such as Salzburg, Graz, Linz, Klagenfurt, and Innsbruck via these intercity trains. There is also a private train line operated by WESTBahn, which more information can be found here. Also, the buses connect the smaller villages and towns to these major cities in Austria.

Where to Stay in Austria?

Austria is a popular tourism destination that attracts millions of international tourists every year and offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors ranging from luxury hotels to affordable backpacker hostels, especially in its capital and most influential city Vienna.

 If it is your first time in Vienna and planning to explore its most popular attractions thoroughly such as “Haus der Musik” or “Domkirche St. Stephan”, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels located around “Innere Stadt” neighborhood. There are many top-tier local restaurants, cafés, and shops around the neighborhood as well.

 Graz, the second-largest city in Austria, also offers many great accommodation options to its visitors including amazing boutique and budget hotels. Its historical center, “Innere Stadt” is on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list with plenty of significant sights to explore on foot.

We would love to help you organize your trip to Austria and you can book a hotel easily through our website.


Top things to do in Austria

Austria is an amazing country to visit with its never-ending cultural events, remarkable historical landmarks, and spectacular Alpine sceneries. The country offers everything a traveler can wish for with its unique attractions all around. We listed some of these things you can do in lovely Austria below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Austria Travel Guide.

  • Marvel at St. Stephan’s Cathedral: Stephan’s Cathedral is the iconic symbol of Vienna with a history that dates back to the 12th century. The impressive cathedral is home to many magnificent artifacts on display and is located at the heart of the city.
  • Wander the Schönbrunn Palace: Schönbrunn Palace is a remarkable place to explore with its magnificent architecture as well as its spectacular gardens and is the most visited tourist attraction in Austria. UNESCO World Heritage listed Schönbrunn Palace is located 7 kilometers away from the city center.
  • Watch a Show at Vienna State Opera Building: There are few modern theaters in the world such as the Vienna State Opera Building. The theater not only hosted the world’s most gifted composers, dancers, singers, ballets, and bands throughout history, it is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. There are more than 300 performances staged annually in Vienna State Opera Building and it is recommended for you to catch one while you are in Vienna.
  • Visit the Kunsthistorisches Museum: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien is one of the most impressive art museums in Europe and displays a tremendous amount of artwork from various artists including Caravaggio, Vermeer, Titian, Bellini, Raphael, Velazquez, Bruegel, and many more.
  • Buy Local Goods from the Naschmarkt: Naschmarkt is one of the most colorful places in Vienna you can visit with endless fresh products. The open-air market has more than 120 vendors that are specialized in various culinary traditions from different parts of the world. Naschmarkt is also home to some of Vienna’s top-tier restaurants and cafés.
  • Walk at the Prater: The Prater is the largest natural park in Vienna city center and home to many popular attractions such as Madame Tussauds or the Giant Ferris Wheel. The Prater is not only Vienna’s most visited recreational area; the park also has plenty of sculptures, fountains, and gardens.

You can visit our detailed Vienna Travel Guide to learn more about Vienna and its spectacular attractions.

Car Rental in Austria

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Austria for business or leisure.


Airports in Austria

We use Vienna International Airport for our flights in Austria. 

Vienna International Airport

Vienna International Airport (VIE) is located 23 kilometers away from the Vienna city center. You can get to the city center from Vienna International Airport with airport express train, public bus, train, taxi, and rental car. Airport express train is the fastest way to travel to Vienna city center and takes 16 minutes. The express train from the airport is available from 06.08 to 23.38 with frequent intervals.

We listed some useful side notes about Austria for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Austria

  • German is the only official and most commonly spoken language in the country. Most people in main cities such as Vienna or Graz can understand and speak English.
  • Austria is a member of the European Union and uses the euro as currency.
  • Some shops, restaurants, and cafés do not accept payments with credit or debit cards so it can be useful for you to carry some cash.
  • Austria is a safe country to visit with low petty and violent crime rates but it is recommended for you to be cautious about pickpocketing in crowded areas and public transport.
  • Public transport in Austria may look like it operates as if it is free of charge at first sight since there are no turnstiles or barriers around, but it is not. There are many uniformed or undercover controllers commonly check travelers’ tickets.
  • Most stores in Austria charge their customers for plastic bags to encourage recycling and reduce waste.
  • Most locals in Austria drink from the tap water since it is clean and fresh. Visitors in Austria can also drink tap water in every place they visit in the country unless there is a sign that reads “Kein Trinkwasser”.
  • Tipping is not expected in common restaurants and cafés.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +43

Vienna International Airport Number: +43 1 70070

Official Tourism Information Number for Vienna: +43-1-211 14-0

Police: 133

Ambulance or Rescue: 144

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