AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO AUSTRIA
The main Austrian airports with daily international connections are those of Vienna, Graz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Linz and Salzburg. Austria is a small country for which domestic flights are not very developed, for connections between Austrian cities it is more convenient to use frequent rail or bus connections.
Most European capitals are connected by flights to Austria’s international airports. The airport of the capital Vienna is the busiest and best served by international connections. Among the airlines that fly to and from Austria we find the flag carrier Austrian Airlines and its subsidiary Tyrolean Airways. Large European airlines such as KLM, Air France and Lufthansa also have numerous flights to Austria. Virtually all European capitals and a large part of those in the Middle East and North Africa are connected with flights to Vienna Airport.
HOW TO GET TO AUSTRIA: TRAINS TO AUSTRIA
From European countries: Numerous and frequent are the trains that connect European countries with Austria every day. The train is one of the most used means of transport to Austria from European countries.
Internal Transport: Austria has a dense railway network, which is managed by the Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB, Österreichische Bundesbahnen.
BUSES TO AUSTRIA
International Transport: Austria is connected to numerous countries by bus lines. In particular, the routes to Eastern Europe are highly developed. The international bus network connects Salzburg, Vienna and other smaller cities with the cities of Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Internal Transport: The country has a widespread network of bus services, called Bundesbus (federal buses) which connect most of the small towns as well as the main cities.
FERRIES TO AUSTRIA
The city of Vienna is connected by a regular ferry service to nearby Bratislava. Cruise ships pass along the Danube, connecting Vienna with Budapest and other tourist cities along the river.
ACCOMMODATIONS, APARTMENTS, B&B AND HOTELS
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