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How to Reach Austria

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Austria Tourism

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Mar - Apr, Sep - Nov

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On Arrival

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4-5 Days

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How to Reach Austria

Austria is a land-locked country in Central Europe. It is important to know how to reach Austria before planning a family vacation or a honeymoon in Austria. Vienna and Salzburg are major cities with international airports which are served by regular flights. A widespread bus, plane, and train network of Europe interweave the country. There are major highways from Germany and Italy to reach Austria by road. Let’s find out all the different modes of travel for those wondering how to reach Vienna by air or road:

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By Air

Out of the six major airports in Austria, Vienna International Airport (VIE) is the principal gateway to international flights. It operates scheduled flights to and from major European cities as well as long-haul flights to Asia and North America. The airport in Vienna is a hub for Austrian Airlines, easyJet Europe, Eurowings Europe, and Niki airlines. Other international airports in Austria are located in cities of Graz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Linz, and Salzburg. Flights from these airports serve domestic as well as European destinations. Travelers can hop on shuttle buses or rent private taxis from Vienna airport to reach the city center. Some travelers even prefer to take the airport in Munich, which is in Switzerland, to visit Austria in winter.

 

One should know that many airlines in Europe have strict rules for maximum luggage allowed. So, make sure to inquire these details before booking a flight to Vienna or Salzburg. Overall, taking a flight is the most convenient and popular mode of travel to visit Austria.

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By Train

Austria has a wide network of domestic train network. Trains to and from neighboring countries like Switzerland, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, Slovakia, and Liechtenstein are available frequently. The Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) is the national railway operator in Austria. Wien Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof and Wien Westbahnhof are two major train stations in Vienna. Cities such as Graz, Linz, Salzburg, and Innsbruck have an urban tramway network which allows a great connectivity to major tourist attractions in Austria and a better public transport.

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By Road

Since Austria is a member of the Schengen Agreement, it has no border controls with countries that have signed this treaty. Nearly all border crossings are open from 7 am to 9 pm. National highways in Austria are referred to as Bundesstrassen, which are further categorized into Autobahns and Schnellstrassen. Major European routes such as E 60, E 49, E 59, E 58 and E 461 traverse through Vienna and Austria. Traveling by car or bus is not the quickest option, however, it is the most popular option for travelers with large luggage.

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From-To Distance By Air By Train By Road
New Delhi to Austria 7.0 hours--
Bangalore to Austria 7.0 hours--
Mumbai to Austria 6.0 hours--

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FAQ's of Austria

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What is the weather like in Austria?

Almost all across the year, the weather in Austria remains cool, if not chilly. The highest temperature in cities such as Vienna is around 19°C to 22°C, with lows of –1°C to -5°C during the winter months.

What sort of clothes should I pack for Austria?

Make sure to pack lots of woolens, since it remains cold almost all through the year here. Sturdy walking shoes and antiglare sunglasses are a must, especially if you plan to go skiing or snowboarding.

Do I need to get a separate visa for Austria?

Since Austria is part of the European Union, it can be visited with the common Schengen visa.

Is Austria a safe place to visit?

Austria is as safe a place as the rest of Central Europe is. Make sure to keep track of your wallets and luggage, and refrain from visiting desolate areas as much as possible.