Trains are 20% more expensive in Vienna than in Dublin.
A meal in Vienna is 20% cheaper than a meal in Dublin.
A taxi in Vienna costs roughly the same as in Dublin.
Coffee in Vienna is 8% cheaper than in Dublin.
Dublin is an important economic and financial centre in the Republic of Ireland. The major airport is Dublin Airport, which first opened to the public in 1940. It handles 25 million passengers annually across the 580 aircraft movements that take place every day. Dublin Airport is home to 34 airlines operating flights to 180 destinations in 40 countries. The airport is one of the small number of airports in the world with a US Preclearance (USCBP) Facility available at Terminal 2, enabling passengers to the US to complete immigration and customs inspections at the airport. Hence, travelers who are on flights from Dublin to Vienna will be treated as domestic passengers.
It is easy to access Dublin Airport from the city centre. Taxis are the most practical form of transport if you have plenty of luggage. You can book taxis online or ask the hotel where you are staying for transfers to the airport. Alternatively, you can use Uber, which is a location-based app, to bring you to Dublin Airport. Otherwise, there are many buses that leave from central Dublin for the airport at regular intervals. Some of these companies are Dublin Bus, CityScape, Aircoach and Airlink. If you have a rental vehicle, drive on the N1 or R108.
Vienna will amaze you with its stunning attractions, from glittering castles and resplendent museums to grandiose landmarks and architectural structures. Admire amazing landmarks, ride the giant Ferris Wheel and absorb the beauty of Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka's works. Not to be missed is a visit to one of Vienna's traditional coffeehouses and see how local culture works. Scattered all over the city are quaint shops, boutiques and stores for those who need retail therapy. In the evening, there is no shortage of action whether you fancy an opera, concert or to just hang out with friends at a bar or club.
Vienna International Airport is the main airport in the capital. This is where passengers on flights from Dublin to Vienna will touch down. Once you clear customs, you will go through the arrivals hall where you can find taxicabs. The Limousine Service centre transfer counter is found on the left side of the arrivals hall. Several buses also go to the city. If you are part of a group and are taking a charter bus, go to -1 level towards the multi-storey car park 4. The train station is also on -1 level where you can board trains to the centre of Vienna.