Book a flight to Vienna with flydubai and fly with ultimate comfort and style. Arrive in Austria’s historic capital feeling rested and ready to explore a city bursting with classical music and stunning architecture.
Whether you’re flying solo, on a couple’s getaway or holidaying with the family, our regular flights mean you can travel at the most suitable time for you. Our fares are just as flexible. Fly Economy Class and enjoy your very own HD touchscreen, featuring thousands of hours of entertainment. For a small additional cost you can even pick out a seat with extra legroom and stretch out in style.
Book in advance for flights over three hours and you can tuck into a hot meal to keep you full and refreshed on your journey. Alternatively, grab some refreshments and snacks from our extensive inflight menu to nibble on along the way.
If you’re flying to Vienna on business or simply want to up the luxe factor, browse our Business Class fares for a superior experience in the clouds. Enjoy complementary hot meal, and variety of light snacks and beverages from our internationally-inspired menu.
If you’re travelling with family, you’re going to adore Leopoldstadt - Vienna’s entertainment island located between the Danube River and Danube Canal. It’s a pick and mix of attractions (more than 250, to be precise), including the sprawling Prater Park, waxwork extravaganza Madame Tussauds, mini golf, go-karting and a gigantic Ferris wheel.
Head to the Hietzing region of Vienna and turn back time at Schönbrunn Palace. Pace the glorious floors - which have lost none of their original majestic charm - as you weave around the palace’s 45 Rococo-style rooms. Wander out of the building and into the palace park for a sunshine-drenched stroll past fountains, monuments, statues and fragrant flowers galore.
Classical music oozes from every pore in the Austrian capital. You’ll see flamboyant odes to its musical past wherever you go. Visit the ultra-grand Vienna State Opera House to Mozarthaus, where Mozart created some of his most famous works. Or for a more modern musical experience, exlplore the Haus der Musik, Austria’s first museum dedicated to the art. Vienna is a city that is drenched in musical inspiration.
Vienna is a well-deserved exhibitionist - flaunting extravagant architecture, legendary opera houses and culturally-charged museums. From the scent of plum strudels wafting out of its authentic coffee houses to the heartstopping Rococo palaces, it’s impossible not to swoon at the Austrian capital’s centuries-old glory.
Art lovers will be in their element in Vienna. The city is a visual feast, especially if you’re staying in Landstrasse - a quick walk from Prater and Innere Stadt. This district is home to Kunst Haus Wien, a mind-melting building designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser that’s filled with wonderful photography. One arty experience that may not be on the tourist map is the quirky Museum of Art Fakes, showcasing the most famous fakers and audacious replicas in history. Don’t miss the Museum of Contemporary Art in Museumsquartier, or the mind-blowing halls of Leopold Museum, home to the work of famous Austrian artist Gustav Klimt.
Mariahilferstrasse - the city’s longest and oldest shopping street - is a buzzing, vibrant mix of unique boutiques, inspiring shops, sublime restaurants and authentic Viennese coffee houses. Nip up to the far east of the city for a dusk-’til-dawn market: Naschmarkt is Vienna’s most popular and runs day and night. Foodies will love being able to pick and choose from 120 stands dishing up mouthwatering cuisine from all corners of the world.
Witness an equestrian extravaganza at the Spanish Riding School of Vienna. You’ll be delighted by a special choreographed ballet of piaffes and croupades (trots and leaps). Brilliant white Lipizzanner stallions glide through the 16th-century interior, with 46 grand columns, opulent chandeliers and stucco details. It’s a stunning show that befits its opulent surroundings.
Sparkling lakes filled with turtles, majestic sculptures, flora and fauna from all over the world, the blissfully serene Danube Park is the best way to grab some time for peaceful contemplation. Dating back centuries, the gorgeous green space is now protected as a national monument and offers the perfect place for a picnic or to enjoy a serene stroll with a loved one.
Some travellers will need a visa to enter Austria - check with your embassy to find out what you need.
You’ll be paying in euros during your stay in Vienna. Commonly used notes are: 5, 10, 20 and 50.
The national language in Austria is German. However, since you’re in north-eastern Austria, you’ll hear Standard German and the Austro-Bavarian, too. English is also widely spoken.
With its humid climate, Vienna enjoys warm summers - July temperatures reach highs of 35°C. Spring is variable and autumn - is generally cold, with snow hitting the city around November.
Vienna is a smart, highly connected city; rail, underground, trams, buses, taxis and bikes are all in abundance. The five U-bahn lines are the quickest and most popular ways of getting around Vienna, with trains every two to seven minutes taking you directly to the most important parts of the city.
flydubai’s fleet will take you to Bratislava Airport (BTS, also known as M.R.Štefánik Airport) in the northeast of Bratislava city, Slovakia. You’ll continue your journey from here to Vienna by bus.