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Come fly with Austrian Airlines to Vienna, Austria and enjoy what Austria has to offer. Vienna is one of Austria's main cities with a population exceeding one million occupants with a thriving economy. It is known for its classical architecture, famous museums and historical sites. Travelling around the city is quite simple as Vienna has an extensive public transportation system. Take a bus tour of the city and view some of its marvellous architecture. You may also enjoy one of the five subway systems to anywhere in the city. After a long day of sightseeing, dress up in your finest clothes and join in one of the two hundred annual balls for which Austria is famous. Once you have finished, you may retire to one of the many hotels located all over Vienna. The Grand Hotel Vienna has wonderful accommodations for the discerning traveler. Vienna is the capital and largest city of Austria, it is situated on the Danube. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and renowned for its culture, known as the 'City of Music' and home to Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Brahms and Schubert. It is now famous for Opera, and its Philharmonic Orchestra, and is one of the last places where regular balls are held. There is plenty for the sightseer to enjoy including the Imperial Hofburg Palace, the former residence of the Habsberg dynasty and now the official residence of the President of Austria. Also enjoy the Museum Quarter, home to a number of museums, including the Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK), the Leopold Museum, the AzW Museum of Architecture and the Liechtenstein Palace which houses one of the world's largest private art collections. The world famous Lipizzaner horses can be found at the Spanish Riding School. The Danube valley, complete with vineyards, is only a day trip away from the city. Wiener schnitzel, a breaded veal or pork cutlet, is the local culinary treat, and for refreshments the coffee houses are unique to the city. Public transport is well provided with trams, buses and five underground metro lines. Book our flights to Vienna,to the International Airport (VIE), which is only 11 miles away from the city. An unforgettable destination for any traveller seeking culture and history.

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EAT in Vienna: Der Ringsmuth
To turn an old wine tavern into a young, modern eatery you need nothing more than a young and modern cook. Ringsmuth has learned in the Steirereck, now he expresses himself in the admittedly more modest 10th district. The cuisine is down-to-earth. However, the classics Rindsgulasch (beef goulash), Wiener Schnitzel, Zwiebelrostbraten (onion beef roast), Backhendel (roasted chicken) are prepared with the extra pinch of creativity, which makes them even tastier. The lunch special is a particularly good deal: Soup and main dish can be had for a modest 5,90 euros. The combination of highest quality and super fair prices makes Ringsmuth unbeatable.

SHOP in Vienna: Lila
The Yppenplatz is the heart of the trendy neighbourhood around the Brunnenmarkt. This is where Lisi Lang's showroom is located. Her true name is less well-known than her label Lila, whose product line is sold in many shops in Vienna.   The Lila garments are most beautiful, however, when they keep to themselves: The small, bright shop is only opened on Saturdays, so one can purchase the entire collection at once. The package includes: Skirts, dresses, coats, shoes, lately even for men and children. As usual the cuts are astute and the clothes extremely comfortable.

STAY in Vienna: Ritz-Carlton Wien
Vienna upgrades to a luxury hotel city. Park Hyatt, Kempinksi and Four Seasons are on their way, and already at the end of August the Ritz-Carlton Vienna has opened in prominent location on the Viennese Ringstraße.   Originally the luxury chain Shangri-La planned a hotel at this very spot. But these plans dematerialised again and instead the federal capital got 202 luxurious rooms, a gourmet restaurant and the first Guerlain Spa in Austria - thanks to Ritz-Carlton. All this is located in four historical buildings under monumental protection from the 19th century. The original wall cladding and the ceiling frescoes therefore remained the same.   The kitchen of the restaurant Dstrikt is run by celebrity chef Wini Brugger whose Indochine21 is located right across the street - how convenient! Also non-hotel guests can dine at the restaurant and reach restaurant and bar through a separate entrance. However, you need a special invitation for the Chef's Table which will jumble up the hotel kitchen with its eight seats. A big fuss has been made about the rooftop bar Atmosphere: the view over Vienna is only permitted until 9.30 pm - because of potential disturbances of the peace.

SEE in Vienna: Zentralfriedhof
Long live the central cemetery? the song by the Austropop legend Wolfgang Ambros hits the nail on the head. Admittedly, the quote is so Tuesday, but it really is one of the most beautiful places in the capital. If you like cemeteries in general, you have to take a walk there, in order to get some of the morbid charm of Vienna. Three million - some of them famous - names have been chiselled in stone, thus Vienna counts more dead than living inhabitants.   With a list about who's been put to rest where, you can start on a vivid grave tour, in search for Mozart, Beethoven and Falco in sometimes quite sumptuous gravesites, as well as the Presidential Vault with the remains of Dr. Karl Renner and Thomas Klestil. Well worth seeing is also the Jewish part of the cemetery, the resting place for Buddhists and the phenomenal Art Nouveau church by Otto Wagner. Tip: You either resign yourself to only seeing parts of the cemetery, or you go to the most favourite sites with the bus line 11.

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Flightplan

Flights to Vienna Flight No. Time Flight time Typ
BKK - VIE OS 26 16:55 - 03:35 10:40 772
GOA - VIE OS 2418 12:10 - 13:40 01:30 F70
HRG - VIE OS 9334 20:45 - 01:25 04:40 320
FRA - VIE OS 122 09:45 - 11:10 01:25 321
LEJ - VIE OS 214 18:35 - 19:50 01:15 DH4
AER - VIE OS 2764 14:00 - 17:15 03:15 100
IAD - VIE OS 94 22:50 - 07:45 08:55 763
YYT - VIE OS 2752 06:00 - 12:25 06:25 319
INN - VIE OS 914 05:40 - 06:40 01:00 100
AYT - VIE OS 9402 12:40 - 15:35 02:55 320