Music, romance and Sachertorte
Looking for weekend holiday full of history and culture? Book a flight to Vienna and stroll through picturesque streets, across monumental squares and visit elegant palaces like Schönbrunn and Belvedere. Explore the city with an old-fashioned carriage ride, savour a rich slice of Sachertorte and attend a world-class opera performance at the Vienna State Opera. Romance is everywhere in Vienna
The city of Mozart and Strauss
Vienna is a treasure trove of historic attractions. Great composers such as Mozart and Strauss composed their musical creations in this city full of ornate, baroque architecture. Admire the Peterskirche, a fine example of baroque architecture and explore the streets of the old city centre, packed with lively bars and restaurants. Explore Wiener Prater park for a lovely, leisurely walk or ride the Ferris wheel for a great view. Vienna is the ideal destination for a romantic weekend holiday. Treat yourself: book a flight to Vienna now!Book a flight to Vienna
Taste the best of Vienna
Vienna is all about tradition, luxury and gourmet food. At night, order an authentic Wienerschnitzel accompanied by a good glass of wine. Hotel Sacher is the place to sample the authentic Viennese Sachertorte. Although this delicacy is sold everywhere in Vienna, the hotel holds the one and only original recipe. Can't get enough of chocolate? The hotel also offers chocolate spa treatments. How about a steam bath with chocolate aroma, a cleansing peel or a pure chocolate body wrap?
Flights to Vienna for a unique holiday
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Schönbrunn Palace is one of Europe's most impressive Baroque palaces and one of the top attractions in Vienna. The palace was built at the end of the 17th century as a summer residence for the emperors of the Habsburg Empire. Marie Antoinette, Napoleon and Empress Elizabeth (better known as Sisi) have all lived at Schloss Schönbrunn at some point. You can easily spend a day here: take the Grand Tour and then enjoy a walk through the labyrinth.
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Colourful walls, irregular lines and a cascade of plants, the Hundertwasserhaus is a very striking structure. Designed in 1983 by artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the building is one of Austria’s architectural masterpieces and one of the most photographed. Yet it caused quite the controversy when it was completed in 1985.
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