Mailberger Hof

Annagasse 7, Vienna, Vienna, 1010, Austria
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Thing to do near Vienna Airport

by TrishCallan


I will soon be travelling via Vienna and will have quite a few hours between planes. I'm wondering if there's anything I can do real close to the airport? Some places I've managed to start walking and walk right out the airport! Is there anything like that by Schwechat? Doesnt have to be exciting just a chance to stretch my legs etc


Re: Thing to do near Vienna Airport

by bazsi79

That's right, if you have enough time, you can catch a train to central Vienna (in 20-30 minutes, depending on the train). The train drops you off at Wien-Mitte station, close to Stubenring. From there, the very center of the city (Stephansplatz) is about 15-20 minutes on foot, or you can also catch underground U3 for 2 stops from Wien-Mitte to Stephansplatz.

If you don't have that much time, you can go on a tour of the airport with a bus departing from the Visitair centre (departure every hour on the hour from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the price is EUR 8 for an adult).

Re: Thing to do near Vienna Airport

by TrishCallan

Thanks for the comments. I didn't realise it was only 20 mins to the centre. I have about 5 1/2 hrs to kill but even so I get nervous about going to far from the airport. I see there are a couple of options to get there which I'm just trying to sort out now. CAT train and the S-Bahn.

Re: Thing to do near Vienna Airport

by bazsi79

We once had a gap of 6,5 hours at Vienna airport (we came by bus from Budapest and caught a plane from there), and it was definitely worth to catch the train to central Vienna for short visit.

But let's check a "worst case" schedule for you.

The trip with the train takes 2 x 0,5 hours + you have to wait a maximum of 2 x 0,5 hours (as S-bahn trains runs every 30 minutes). So you need a maximum of 2 hours for travelling to/from Vienna, but probably less if you check the timetables in advance ( and search for Schwechat Flughafen <> Wien Mitte).

If you're changing planes, then you don't need to check-in again, so I would say you need to be at the airport about 1 - 1,5 hours before departure to get to your gate in time.

That means you can have at least 2 - 2,5 hours in Vienna, which is well enough for a nice stroll in the city and to have a good coffee or cake. But of course it's up to you how you decide. :)

Travel Tips for Vienna

Standing places - Bring a scarf

by MishyM

A random tip is that if you go to see a performance in the State Opera house and will be buying a standing ticket, bring along a scarf or ribbon to tie in front of you to mark your place so others don't take it in the intermission.

Bicycle lanes

by Dabs

While the bicycle isn't nearly as popular in Vienna as some other European cities, it was nice to see dedicated bicycle lanes on the sidewalk, marked very clearly with a bicycle, and out of the street. Make sure if you are walking that you are walking on the pedestrian part of the sidewalk or you may find yourself flattened or at the very least cursed at!

I would love to see dedicated bike lanes in the US, we recently had a bike to work day and the ride to our office is filled with perils-car traffic, potholes, people opening their car doors. Perhaps if the price of gas keeps increasing you may see a push to create more bicycle friendly conditions.

take a stroll in Kärntner...

by DanielF

take a stroll in Kärntner Straße and the Graben to get a feel of the old city and watch the many tourists and street artists. I keep very good memories from my summers spent there as a student. It may be a conservative city, but Viennese do also know how to have fun.

11th district - Simmering

by pakistanibrain

The Gasometer used to be a processing facility for earth gas, but had been shut down a few decades ago. The buildings were just standing around empty for many years until a group of companies decided to bring them into use again. They adapted the buildings and now it is a residential complex with several hundred flats as well as a shopping center.

Simmering (that's how the 11th district is called) is a rather run-down district with the Gasometer beeing one of the rare highlights.

Classical concerts and opera dress code

by verliebtinwien

Although there is no formal dress code in the sense that you won't be let in without a tie, you will for sure get better service and experience less arrogance and grumpiness if you dress up a little. You'll find that the locals are generally nicely dressed, women in dresses/skirts and high heels, men in tuxedos, and not as casual as tourists. You are free to wear whatever you like, but often sneakers and jeans aren't looked well upon.


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Address: Annagasse 7, Vienna, Vienna, 1010, Austria