Vienna holiday packages

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Hotel Pension Excellence 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Free WiFi
From 321€
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Apartment Enenkelstrasse 28 Jun - 30 Jun
Free WiFi
From 332€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
SMARTments business WIEN HEILIGENSTADT 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Free WiFi
From 355€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
SMARTments business WIEN HEILIGENSTADT 28 Jun - 30 Jun
Free WiFi
From 355€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Apartment Enenkelstrasse 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Free WiFi
From 362€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Apartment Diefenbachgasse 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Free WiFi
From 364€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Hotel Pension Excellence 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Free WiFi
From 234€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
SMARTments business WIEN HEILIGENSTADT 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Free WiFi
From 245€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Apartment Enenkelstrasse 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Free WiFi
From 266€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
HB1 Hotel Wien Schönbrunn 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Free WiFi
From 280€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Apartment Enenkelstrasse 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Free WiFi
From 291€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Harry's Home Wien 21 Jun - 23 Jun
Air conditioning
From 302€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Apartment Enenkelstrasse 28 Jun - 30 Jun
Free WiFi
From 153€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Apartment Knöllgasse 28 Jun - 30 Jun
Free WiFi
From 159€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Hotel Pension Excellence 28 Jun - 30 Jun
Free WiFi
From 164€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
SMARTments business WIEN HEILIGENSTADT 28 Jun - 30 Jun
Free WiFi
From 175€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
Harry's Home Wien 28 Jun - 30 Jun
Air conditioning
From 190€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
SKY9 Apartments District 6 (Mariahilfer Straße) 28 Jun - 30 Jun
Free WiFi
From 239€
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person

Flight and hotel Vienna

Presenting Vienna weekends

Vienna, Austria's capital, is one of Europe's most historic cities. Sitting on the banks of the Danube, it is bursting with beautiful buildings, parks and fountains. Vienna isn't just a living museum though, it's a vibrant 21st-century metropolis with plenty going on in the fields of contemporary art, food and culture. City breaks in Vienna mean spending time in elegant surroundings, taking a horsedrawn carriage ride along tree-lined avenues and feasting on some famous Vienna cakes.

Practicalities of package holidays in Vienna

Vienna uses Central European Time, meaning it is one hour ahead of the UK and Ireland. The currency is the euro, and the official language is German, although most people understand some English. Flights to Vienna usually arrive at the city's airport just southeast of town. Another option for flights to Vienna from Dublin would be flying to Bratislava, around 40km to the east of Vienna, across the border in Slovakia. When flying from Cork to Vienna, a connection will be needed, most often through Dublin or London Gatwick.

When's the best time of year to book a flight and hotel in Vienna?

Vienna's climate is Alpine, with warm sunshine in the summer months and cold winters with plenty of snow. April and May are great times to visit the city, with temperatures climbing to between 15°C and 20°C, and fewer average days of rainfall than in July or August. December or January bring the snowy, frosty festive season, with temperatures hovering around freezing and snow staying on the ground around 40 days per year.

What can you do during city breaks in Vienna?

Whereas there's something for everyone in Vienna, history buffs will particularly enjoy the city for its sumptuous palaces and museums. If you prefer to take things easy, cruises along the Danube offer the chance to sit back and watch the scenery pass by.

Top attractions to see on your weekend in Vienna

Eating out in Vienna

If you haven't already tried iconic Viennese wiener schnitzel, apple strudel or Sachertorte, you're in for a treat. Schnitzel – breaded and fried veal cutlet – is a staple of most restaurant menus and often served with a mountain of fries. If you've got a sweet tooth, try the city's most famous treat, Sachertorte. This rich chocolate tart was invented in 1832 at Café Sacher in Philharmonikerstrasse, where you can still enjoy a slice with coffee. For casual food on the go, the Nachsmarkt is hard to beat – it sells fresh produce and delicious street food from around the world.

Souvenir shopping in Vienna: what to buy

Most people booking a flight and hotel in Vienna will want to bring something home to remind themselves of their trip. If you can resist the temptation to start eating it before you get on the plane, a beautifully boxed Sachertorte is a lovely gift. As snow globes were invented in Vienna, they also make perfect souvenirs of your time in the city. If you're visiting in December, head to the area around Town Hall, where you'll find a Christmas market offering everything from candles to handcrafted wooden ornaments.