Flights from Vienna International Airport, located 19 kilometres from Vienna, mean enjoying access to many world destinations amongst the appointments of a modern transport hub. The airport has three terminals, is Austria's largest airport and serves a number of airlines.
Vienna Airport can be reached by road or train. To travel to the airport by car take the motorway 44 and turn off at the exit marked Flughafen. Depending on traffic, this should take around 25 minutes. Alternatively, travellers can take a taxi or a coach. Vienna Airport Lines has a regular service to the airport, which, depending on the departure point, takes between 20 to 35 minutes. The airport can be reached by train either by taking the S-Bahn, which is relatively slow due to many stops, or the City Airport Train which takes just 16 minutes and has a direct connection from the Wien Mitte station in the city centre.
Vienna Airport has several parking areas accommodating up to 23,000 vehicles. Car parks include 2 short-term, a long-term and 2 multi-storey car parks. The cost of parking is the same for the short-term and multi-storey car parks and slightly cheaper for the long-term car park. There are a number of spaces which are specially designated for handicapped drivers. For those catching an early morning flight there are a number of hotels at the airport as well as a range of shops and restaurants.
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Lisbon International is Portugal's largest airport and lies just four miles from the city of Lisbon. Passengers taking flights to Lisbon can travel from the airport to the city via taxi or bus. Cars can also be hired at the airport.
Lisbon is a delightful city. The Portuguese capital looks across the River Tagus (Rio Tejo) and has much to offer tourists. The city boasts intriguing Gothic cathedrals and delightful monasteries and museums which are always a worth a visit. A walk down to the riverside will bring the tourist to BelŽm, a district which played a key role in Portugal's maritime glory. Whether it is to shop, or just simply relax, a visit to Baixa is a must. Take a ride on the Elevador de Santa Justa, a wrought iron lift, which takes visitors up to the Bairro Alto. There, tourists can relax in a rooftop cafŽ and take in the wonderful view. Also worth visiting is the Castelo de S‹o Jorge, ancient fortifications which overlook the city.
While the city is a great place for sightseeing, it is also ideal for those taking flights Lisbon to let their hair down with a variety of entertainment venues. For visitors who want to go clubbing until the early hours, there is the Music Box. For something that is especially sophisticated, the BelŽm Bar CafŽ is the place to be. Visit our website at ebookers.com to book your flights from Vienna to Lisbon..
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