Austria Flights Guide

Brimming with history, architectural beauty, and the Alps, Austria offers prospective tourists a diverse mix of attractions. The capital city, Vienna, displays incredible Baroque architecture, which is most commonly explored in the Schonbrunn Palace, formerly an imperial summer residence, and Hofburg, formerly the central imperial residence. Besides Vienna, Austria also has the Bohemian Forest, a middle ground for those who want to get out of the city but perhaps aren't keen to hit the slopes. The Bohemian Forest can be accessed in the north of Austria, and is lush with green vegetation and homey mountain views.

International travelers flying will likely want to fly into Vienna National Airport, where various domestic flights are readily accessible from this main air-hub. The best time to travel to Austria depends on what you're going for--travelers wanting to hit the slopes will want to come in the wintertime, while those wanting to enjoy wandering Vienna will want to come in the summer months.
Popular Routes to Austria

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