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Business Class Flights To Vienna

Known as the “City of Music” and “The City of Dreams”, beautiful Vienna is the birthplace of Mozart, Beethoven and Freud and is a must-visit destination for lovers of art, architecture, and history. The former seat of the Hapsburg Empire, this city is brimming over with gorgeous historical buildings and amazing sights, sounds and tastes. It’s no surprise that it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. What better way to experience this cultural epicenter than to begin by booking business class flights to Vienna? From the moment you set foot on your flight, you'll experience top-notch service, quality and comfort from take-off to landing. Experienced travelers know that premium flights make all the difference in guaranteeing a luxurious, relaxing and unforgettable traveling experience to Austria’s capital.

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Vienna Airport and Business Class Lounge

The Vienna International Airport is the country’s largest airport and serves as a major hub for international travelers. It features many quality shops and restaurants, and an extensive duty-free service. Those who purchase business class flights to Vienna gain access to the airport’s business class lounges. Whether you need to work or unwind, these lounges have everything you need: private, quiet environments in which to work or relax, flat-screen TVs, authentic Austrian dining, exquisite bar services that provide alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and more. When you are ready to leave the airport, you have the choice of taxi, limousine, bus or the 16-minute City Airport Train to take you into the heart of Vienna.


Things To Do In Vienna

Whether you are traveling for work or for leisure, be sure to take some time for a casual stroll through the streets of this picturesque city, perhaps while sipping on a kleiner Brauner (Viennese espresso with a splash of milk). Better yet, do as the locals do and find a café to sit and take it all in, like the Café Central, once a favorite of Freud and Trotsky.

Vienna is absolutely full of awe-inspiring architecture and it would be impossible to see it all in one visit to this city, but a good place to start is with its many famous palaces. The Schoenbrunn Palace, also known as the summer palace, is the most popular tourist destination with its surrounding gardens and the world’s oldest working zoo. The gilded and frescoed winter palace of Hofburg offers a glimpse into Imperial life with tours of the apartments and even includes a butterfly house. The baroque Belvedere palace sports vast gardens and art galleries featuring the works of Klimt.

If you can brave the 343 steps to the top, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, also known as Steffl, or “Little Stephen”, is an enormous and breathtaking gothic cathedral offering the best view of the city. Other beautiful baroque churches to see are Peterskirche and Schubertkirche. If you’re a film buff, don’t miss the giant Ferris Wheel (Riesenrad), which you might recognize from the legendary Orson Welles film “The Third Man”. Vienna is also home to many museums and art galleries, such as the Kunsthistorisches Museum, MuseumsQuartier, Albertina, MUMOK, and the Leopold Museum. Also notable are the Museum of Technology, The Natural History Museum, The Imperial Burial Vault, and The House of the Sea.

When you need to take a break from all your sightseeing, stop by the open-air Naschmarkt or Bitzinger Wurstelstand am Albertinaplatz, where you can try the famous Bosna wurst topped with fried onions and a Pfiff (0.2L) of beer in central Trzesniewski. Try a Brezl from Brzel Gwoelb. For dinner, dine at the Kleines Café on Franziskanerplatz, Villon in the Innere Stadt, or Steirereck im Stadtpark, or at Dom Beisl for some Viennese specialties such as schnitzel, Tafelspitz, Mageres Meisel, Beinfleisch, or Lueger Topf. Go to Johann Strauss’ favorite restaurant, Maxin Stueberl, and order dumplings with fried black pudding and sauerkraut. Make sure you save some room for an Austrian cheese plate and some good Lower Austrian wine!

For shopping, head to the Innere Stadt, which is lined with confectioners, porcelain shops, and boutiques. The Dorotheum auction house is a great place to hunt for antiques. Freihausviertel, a quaint and artsy neighborhood, is also a good bet with its multitude of cafes, specialty food shops, galleries and delis.

Other activities to plan when you book your business class flights to Vienna are going to the Spanish Riding School, where you can watch the pure white Lipizzaner stallions perform their morning exercises. Take a tram at Schwedenplatz for a tour of Ringstrasse Boulevard and see the Rathaus and Parlament along the way. If you’re a book-lover, be sure to drop by the Oesterreichische Nationalbibliothek, the National Library, which was founded in medieval times and houses over 7.4 million items.

Of course, no trip to Vienna would be complete without taking in some live music! Enjoy a Mozart symphony (with the musicians in historical costumes) at the Staatsoper, which is host to approximately 300 performances each year, or check out a performance of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra at the opulent Musikverein. These performances can sometimes be sold-out months in advance, so be sure to take that into consideration.


Getting Around Vienna

After arriving on business class flights to Vienna, the best way to familiarize yourself with the city, its people and its culture, is to explore it! The city center is compact enough to walk and many of the sites to see are quite close together. For longer distances, the best way to get around Vienna is the excellent public transit system. This includes buses, city trains, trams and subway lines, and is inexpensive, reliable and fast. The public transit system works on an ‘honor’ basis, so there are no formal ticket checks when you board. However, you never know when a transport authority officer will show up and ask to see your “Fahrschein” (ticket), so best to be honest and buy one!

By booking business class flights to Vienna, you guarantee yourself an unforgettable voyage from start to finish. Travel effortlessly and enjoy yourself fully, with fine dining in the airport lounge, lots of legroom on that long flight, and friendly and professional service all the way. Arrive full of energy for your stay in this beautiful, historic city. Make the most of your trip by choosing premium flights, and guarantee yourself the experience of a lifetime.

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