A train in Vienna costs roughly the same as in Brussels.
A meal in Vienna costs roughly the same as in Brussels.
A taxi fare in Vienna is 20% cheaper than in Brussels.
Coffee is 11% more expensive in Vienna than in Brussels.
Belgium's capital city is at the crossroads of Europe making it a strategic location for moving in and out of the continent. It is where you can find the main airport serving the city and the country, Brussels Airport. A second airport, Brussels South Charleroi Airport, eases congestion at Zaventem. Brussels Airport has one terminal and several piers to serve the millions of passengers that arrive/depart. It also offers convenient facilities such as waiting lounges, stores, restaurants and over 12,000 parking spaces for vehicles. At Brussels South, you can find the usual amenities such as ATMs, cafes and shops. It is capable of handling more than seven million passengers annually.
There are several ways to arrive at Zaventem. One is to take a taxi from the place where you are staying or use location-based apps such as Uber. Another option, if you have a rental car, is to drive to the airport or use car sharing services, such as zipcar. By bus, De Lijn offers routes 272 and 471 from Brussels North or NATO. The MIVB/STIB operates bus route 21 from Brussels-Luxembourg Station and 12 from the city centre. The most convenient and inexpensive way to reach Brussels South is to take a shuttle bus from Brussels Midi. You can also take the train and bus from the centre of Brussels to the airport.
Austria's capital is steeped in history and tradition, with Gothic-inspired architecture and outstanding museums. Visit rambling palaces, shop at fashionable stores and try the assortment of pastries and cakes at a coffeehouse. Lovers of music will be amazed at the city's long history with choirs, concerts and operas. Make sure to watch one of these coveted performances, whether it's the famed Vienna Boys' Choir or the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, attesting that the city is the 'Capital of Music'. At night, the city will surprise you as there are lots of things you can do after hours with clubs, pubs and lounges playing modern music and dance floors crowded with young and chic clientele.
Vienna International Airport is the primary airport of the city offering different transport options for passengers arriving on flights from Brussels to Vienna. As you exit the terminal, you will see a taxi stand if you intend to take a cab to the city. If you have booked a limousine service, the City Transfer Counter can be found on your left after claiming your baggage. By bus, the platforms are found in front of the arrivals hall. Vienna Airport is also well-served by trains with the City Airport Train taking only 16 minutes to arrive at the centre. Use the S-Bahn (underground – rapid transit railway) to connect to central Vienna.