SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia, offers cheap daily international flights to Vienna from many destinations in Scandinavia with connections from Europe, the US and Asia. Our city guide will help you find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
Vienna captivates visitors with sweeping waltzes and balls at the opera beautiful buildings, the Spanish riding school and traditional cafés. In addition to all this history and tradition, Vienna also has a very different side that is young, trendy and creative.
What's up in Vienna
|Bath ship |
Take a bath on ship in the middle of the city.
The best "belegtes Brötchen" (bread with something on it) in Austria and maybe the world. Check it out!
If you're into art and want to stay in the city center, the Albertina is great.
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|Take a walk |
Most people would go and look at the castle, but I recommend taking a walk in the park. There are many hidden corners that will keep you going.
Helga, ground crew
|Museum Quarter |
Not only find exhibitions, but great restaurants and cafés or
great outdoor art.
|Café Central |
A complete Vienna-style breakfast includes 1 coffee (mélange) or tea, butter, jam and 2 pieces of freshly baked rolls - and ham or cheese and a freshly pressed glass of orange juice if you like. Café Central is just one of the many places where you can start your day off right.
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|Inhabitants: 2.4 million |
|Language: German |
|Currency: Euro (€) |
|Time zone: GMT +1 || |
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