Vienna, Austria
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  • Moxy Vienna Airport

    Moxy Vienna Airport

    3-star

    Simmering17.2 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous1,815 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Moxy Vienna Airport
  • Ibis Wien Hauptbahnhof

    Ibis Wien Hauptbahnhof

    3-star

    Nikolsdorf2.6 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb682 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Ibis Wien Hauptbahnhof
  • AZIMUT Hotel Vienna

    AZIMUT Hotel Vienna

    4-star

    Nikolsdorf2.8 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good542 Hotels.com guest reviews
    AZIMUT Hotel Vienna
  • Star Inn Hotel Wien Schönbrunn

    Star Inn Hotel Wien Schönbrunn

    3.5-star

    Fünfhaus3.9 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous355 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Star Inn Hotel Wien Schönbrunn
  • NH Vienna Airport Conference Center

    NH Vienna Airport Conference Center

    4-star

    Simmering17.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous1,224 Hotels.com guest reviews
    NH Vienna Airport Conference Center
  • Hampton by Hilton Vienna Messe

    Hampton by Hilton Vienna Messe

    3-star

    Stuwerviertel2.5 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional32 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hampton by Hilton Vienna Messe
  • Campanile Vienna South

    Campanile Vienna South

    3-star

    Meidling5 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.4.Good3 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Campanile Vienna South
  • SMARTments business Wien Hauptbahnhof

    SMARTments business Wien Hauptbahnhof

    3-star

    Nikolsdorf2.8 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous528 Hotels.com guest reviews
    SMARTments business Wien Hauptbahnhof
  • ibis budget Wien Messe

    ibis budget Wien Messe

    2-star

    Stuwerviertel2.4 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.6.Good260 Hotels.com guest reviews
    ibis budget Wien Messe
  • ibis Wien Mariahilf

    ibis Wien Mariahilf

    3-star

    Mariahilf3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.0.Very good282 Hotels.com guest reviews
    ibis Wien Mariahilf
  • Motel One Wien-Hauptbahnhof

    Motel One Wien-Hauptbahnhof

    Nikolsdorf2.8 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous386 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Motel One Wien-Hauptbahnhof
  • ibis budget Wien Sankt Marx

    ibis budget Wien Sankt Marx

    2-star

    Erdberg3.9 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.4.Good219 Hotels.com guest reviews
    ibis budget Wien Sankt Marx
  • Austria Classic Hotel Wien

    Austria Classic Hotel Wien

    3-star

    Leopoldstadt1.6 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.2.Superb467 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Austria Classic Hotel Wien
  • Ibis Styles Wien City

    Ibis Styles Wien City

    3-star

    Thurygrund3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous181 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Ibis Styles Wien City
  • Motel One Wien-Staatsoper

    Motel One Wien-Staatsoper

    Spittelberg0.8 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb252 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Motel One Wien-Staatsoper
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Do travelers from Sydney typically stay in Vienna for very long?

Travelers from SYD to VIE stay 24 days on average.

How much should a trip from Sydney (SYD) to Vienna (VIE) cost?

Flight prices are fluctuating a lot more for this route than the majority of routes from Australia, as they're ranging anywhere from $996 to $4,757. The further out you book a route, the more likely you are to save.

When is the best time to visit?

Peak periods include Jun–Aug and Dec. Winters are cold and snowy, while summers are warm, and spring and autumn are mild.

Exploring Vienna

Austria’s capital, the historic city of Vienna, was the cultural and artistic pride of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until the early 20th century. Its magical musical legacy included the genius of Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Mahler, and Haydn, and led to its nickname of the City of Music. Nowadays, the Vienna Philharmonic is one of the world’s most celebrated orchestras for its feted New Year’s Day Concert, and the Vienna State Opera theatre attracts the world’s finest operatic talent. Set along the banks of the great River Danube, the city holds the fine architecture of heritage palaces and mansions, museums, wide boulevards, art galleries, and landscaped parks.

The vast majority of Vienna’s hotels and other accommodation is located within a short walk of either a subway station, a tram stop, or an overground station, although the choice of hotels in the historic city centre is limited. A complete range of prices and amenities is on offer, and you are as likely to find yourself in a beautiful heritage building such as the Hotel Regina or the Hotel Imperial as you are in the modernism of the Suite Novotel Wien. Nightlife happens all over the city and is most enjoyable in the small neighbourhood bars with tiny dance floors and live music, and Vienna’s café scene is world-famous and continues into the early hours.

Sights nearby

Vienna, celebrated as the hub of the Austro-Hungarian Empire for centuries, is one of Europe’s loveliest cities. Its ancient center is now a UNESCO World Heritage site, giving visitors a stunning array of places to visit and sights to see.

- Museumsquartier

The city’s Museums Quarter holds magnificent mansions and palaces which are now home to displays of everything from the Habsburg Dynasty’s magnificent imperial jewels to artefacts from the eras of the world’s greatest empires. Must-sees are the Schatzkammer treasury, the imperial apartments of the Sisi Museum, the Liechtenstein Palace art collection, and Castle Belvedere with its paintings and sculptures.

- Belle Epoch heritage buildings

Architecture buffs in love with this iconic turn of the 19th century design era will thrill at Vienna’s elegant Art Nouveau buildings. Three of the world’s finest Belle Epoch structures are found here: the Secession, Kirche am Steinhof, and Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station.

- Hofburg Imperial Palace

This former winter residence of the Hapsburg Dynasty rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire originated as early as the 13th century and was added to over hundreds of years to form the magnificent, curving structure seen today. A must-see in its grounds is the world-famous Spanish Riding School and its stables.

- Schoenbrunn Palace

Immortalised in a painting by Canaletto, the Schonnebrunne Palace was the Habsburgs’ summer residence. Set in glorious landscaped grounds ornamented by sculpture-lined terraces, it is today Vienna’s most visited landmark and holds regular classical music concerts.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

Viennese cuisine is unique to the city, with dining out more of an adventure than in most European cities. The local dishes are meat-heavy, rich, and delicious, and come in large portions. Unusually, sweet dishes are eaten here as main courses, and vegetarian versions of all-time favourites are becoming more common. For a stunning gourmet meal on a special occasion, Wienbotschaft on lovely Annagasse 12 is the place, with all its ingredients sourced from organic growers and rich, sweet Viennese desserts to die for.

Vienna’s shopping opportunities are not set at bargain-basement level, but the vast variety and fine quality make up for the high prices in the Kohlmarkt, crammed with high-fashion boutiques and stunning jewellery shops. For affordable fashions, antiques, art, and souvenirs of your visit, the Naschmarkt’s flea market is fun and popular with residents, expats, visitors, and the city’s beautiful people.

Public transport

Vienna’s international airport offers direct flights from overseas destinations including several US cities and London. Australian travel will involve a change, possibly at Frankfurt. The airport complex is linked with the city by its S-Bahn suburban rail service via Wien-Mitte station’s U-Bahn line to the centre and the U4 line to the Opera district. Hotels offer inexpensive airport shuttles and there is a direct airport bus service to the city.Airport taxis are plentiful but expensive, with bookable flat-rate transfers a better option. Once you are settled, getting around by public transport is straightforward either by subway, commuter rail line, tram, or bus, all of which provide frequent service.

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