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Car hire at Vienna Airport

Car hire at Vienna Airport

Vienna Airport (VIE) is an international airport serving the capital of Austria. It lies 18 km south-east of the centre of the city, one of the most attractive and historic population centres in the whole of Europe. It is also close to the Slovakian border, with easy access to Bratislava.

What I need to know

There are many Vienna Airport car hire providers to choose from and you can use Holiday Autos to find the best deal for your needs. As well as identifying the best car hire services at Vienna Airport, we can also offer free cancellation and 24-hour customer service to ensure you have a great customer experience.

Where to pick up my car

Vienna Airport's car hire firms are based on level 0 of multi-storey car park 4, which is accessible by a covered tunnel walkway from the terminals. The airport is easy to get to, as there is a direct rail link with Wien-Mitte Station in the centre, while several bus services also run into the city.

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  • “The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
    Diane T

Where to go

Vienna is a beautiful and historic city with magnificent Gothic architecture, numerous statues, concert halls and major landmarks. Highlights include St Stephen's cathedral, the Hofburg Palace, the Vienna State opera House and the Prater, a huge park on the banks of the Danube with an iconic ferris wheel.

Nearby Vienna Airport

As well as the city itself, there is some wonderful countryside to enjoy. This includes the Donau-auen National Park, located just north of the airport and featuring wonderful riverside scenery. Sports fans can enjoy easy access up the A4 into the city, with the Ernst Happel Stadium - where the Austrian football team plays its home games - just 14 minutes away.

Longer drives

The Slovakian border is just to the east and Bratislava is just 40 minutes away. West of Vienna, Linz is just over two hours away, while it takes the same amount of time to drive southwards to Graz. Budapest is also just over two hours away.

Eating and drinking

Viennese cuisine is best known for its pastry-based confectioneries, and it is certainly possible to enjoy some wonderful strudels, cakes and pancakes, traditionally with coffee in the afternoon. But there are also many beef dishes, such as tafelspitz (boiled beef stew) and wiener schnitzel, while many savoury dishes contain dumplings.

Things to do

Vienna is a wonderful place to hear classical music, with the city of Beethoven, Brahms and Strauss featuring magnificent venues like the Vienna State Opera, Wiener Konzerthaus or Kursalon Wien. Animal lovers can check out the Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Spanish riding School is not to be missed.

Sightseeing

The stunning architecture of Vienna makes it a wonderful city to explore. Check out the grandeur of the Ringstrasse boulevard, the stunning Hofberg where the Habsburgs lived in the days of empire, their former summer retreat Schönbrunn Palace, or simply enjoy the superb view from the Prater's ferris wheel.