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This ancient Imperial Capital city resplendent with historical sites, magnificent architecture and world heritage sites is yours to explore with all-inclusive holidays to Vienna from Travel Center. Discover the elegant city home to classical music’s greats and cultural capital of Austria. The historic city centre is a World Heritage Site, still resplendent with an echo of magnificent Habsburg Court days (seat of the Roman-Empire). Explore the magnificent palaces, fine art galleries and enjoy a delicious cup of coffee at the local cafes. Check out the city’s treasured artefact at the National Museum of History a 24,000 year old statue Venus of Willendof established in the 1st century by the Romans. Vienna is a history buffs paradise. Enjoy St. Stephens Cathedral, Museum of Fine Arts while Schloss Schonbrunn Palace is a magnificent relic worth discovering. Attend the glamorous balls of Carnival Season, the elegant events are held in spectacular locations providing plenty of opportunity to enjoy a sophisticated night-out. Operas, classical music concerts and the lively night clubs add to evening entertainment. Delicious deserts, hearty meals and excellent wines are hard to resist while Christmas markets, lively fairs and street parades are too good to miss. Discover Vienna by booking all-inclusive holidays to Vienna with Travel Center including cheap flights, affordable accommodation and convenient booking options. Plan your holiday to Vienna-today!


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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EasyJet, Austrian Airlines, eurowings, Lufthansa



Best Time to Travel

April to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Schönbrunn Palace

A former imperial summer residence, the Schönbrunn Palace is today one of the most architecturally, culturally and historically importance buildings in Austria. The Baroque palace features a total of 1441 rooms while the vast and beautifully landscaped gardens have made this one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vienna.


Comprising two Baroque palaces called the Upper and the Lower Belvedere, the Orangery, and the Palace Stables, the Belvedere in Vienna is a historic building complex drawing thousands of visitors every year. The beautifully landscaped garden and the Belvedere Museum are also must-see attractions the next time you visit Vienna.

St. Stephen's Cathedral

The mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vienna the St. Stephen's Cathedral is a Romanesque and Gothic type cathedral. The cathedral, commonly known as Stephansdom, is an icon itself with its multi-coloured tile roof being one of the most popular symbols of Vienna - an awe-inspiring site indeed!

Hofburg Palace

The former imperial palace, Hofburg Palace is located in Vienna’s centre. A section of the building which was built in the 13th century and has housed some of the most powerful people in European and Austrian history, currently houses the offices of Austria’s President. A must-visit site for history buffs.

Kunsthistorisches Museum

The Kunsthistorisches Museum or the Museum of Fine Arts is a popular art museum housed in an elegantly palatial building in the heart of Vienna. Its octagonal dome of the building is unmistakable having being built during the same time period as the Naturhistorisches Museum located right across to it.

Museumsquartier in Vienna

The Museumsquartier is a vast area in the 7th district of the city of Vienna. It is the eighth largest cultural area in the world comprising Baroque buildings as well as buildings and other attractions of a contemporary nature including the Leopold Museum, Kunsthalle Wien, Tanzquartier and the Architekturzentrum Wien.

Wiener Prater

A large public park, the Wiener Prater is the oldest amusement park in the world. Open 24 hours each day throughout the year, the park is home to the iconic Viennese giant wheel offering spectacular views of Vienna. Other attractions include restaurants and bars, arcade shops and other leisure facilities.


The newest landmark to take centre stage in Vienna, the Praterturm stands at 117 meters and is the highest flying swing in the world. Certainly a must-do for everyone who loves heights, speed and a good thrill, the landmark structure stands out from the usual traditional Baroque buildings in Vienna.

Vienna State Opera

The Vienna State Opera is steeped in art, history and culture with a rich history which dates back to the mid-19th century. The opera company which offers regular performances was named the Vienna Court Opera until 1920. It is also where the members of the Vienna Philharmonic are recruited from.

Naturhistorisches Museum

The Naturhistorisches Museum or the Museum of Natural History is a large building housing more than 30 million objects. The museum which began its collection of artifacts over 250 years ago covers a wide variety of subjects including animals, plants, prehistoric traditions and customs as well as the Solar System.