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Best Time to Visit Vienna

Take a stroll around the streets of Vienna, a city of cathedrals and palaces
Vienna Tourism

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Weather in Vienna

Best Time To Visit Vienna

Plan your trip during best season to experience the best of this stunning destination

Vienna has a typical dry continental climate, with hot summers and cold winters. The most popular season is summer and many consider it as the best season to visit Vienna. The weather between July and August is the warmest and sunniest, but along with this highest room rents and crowds. Schools have break at this time and most people prefer this time to visit Vienna with family. Winter is also the best time to visit Vienna for honeymoon; the weather will be cold and the city will be full of beautiful lights and all of the other things that come with a Viennese Christmas. Spring and fall are the best time to visit Vienna for holiday as the weather is pleasant and mild, and there are fewer crowds and room rates are more affordable.

Spring and fall/autumn

 

These are non-seasons. There is nothing bad about Vienna in the spring and fall, but it would take a lot to make it stand out against the glories of winter and summer. One big advantage to visit Vienna at this time is that it is relatively empty of tourists. Therefore, travelers will get a good deal on accommodation.

 

If you are a classical musical fan, European history buffs, or a connoisseur of art and architecture a trip to Vienna is a must.

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Climate in Vienna

Summer Season in Vienna

Summer months start from June to August. This is the peak tourist time in Vienna. Larger local population disappears to summer residences and there are more rooms to stay. That is an advantage. Apart from good weather, the summer also brings street culture to life. Vienna’s Municipal authorities do great work of brightening up the city with flowers. As the school closes this time, the city will be crowded and everybody prefers summer as the best time to visit Vienna with family.

 

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Monsoon Season in Vienna

November will be the rainiest month. Vienna gets 600mm rain every year, but there tends to be more of the short, sharp thunderstorms rather than the constant drizzle.

 

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Winter Season in Vienna

Vienna winter has the perfect winter like in Fairytale. The Christmas season will be beautiful as there will be snow on the ground, crisp night air, candlelight, and decorations. It gets bitterly cold; so bring warm clothes and sturdy boots if you plan to go around on foot. The snow on street can get mucky and a combination of brown slush. Couples will enjoy winter season even though there will be a bit of a chill in the air. The coldest months are December to January.  It is a perfect romantic getaway. Winter season is the best time to visit Vienna for honeymoon.

 

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FAQ's of Vienna

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What is the Vienna City Pass?

The Vienna PASS, a city card for tourists, is a sightseeing city card offering free entry to more than 60 attractions of Vienna.

Is the Vienna PASS also valid for public transport?

No, one needs to buy a separate travel card that gives unlimited access to the public transport of Vienna.

What is the best local transportation available in Vienna?

There are several types of local transportation available in Vienna, starting from the train service, buses and taxis to the metro service and shared transfers.

What is the official language spoken in Vienna?

The official language of Vienna is German, but most of the locals are able to understand and speak enough English to get by.

How many days are required to cover all the attractions of Vienna?

A week is required if you want to see all the major attractions of the city.