Cheap Flights from Berlin to Vienna (BER - VIE)
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Flight information Berlin to Vienna
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Average flight time, total distance 330 miles
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This information is correct as of August 2016
Airlines that fly from Berlin to Vienna
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Airberlin and Austrian Airways flights to Vienna both leave from Tegel Airport while Easyjet flights to Vienna leave from Schönefeld Airport. Both airports are easily accessible by public transport or by car. Free Wi-Fi is available at both Tegel and Schönefeld for up to 60 minutes at a time.
From Schönefeld: facilities include a duty-free, a newsagents, one or two cafes, an Irish pub, and a Burger King. There’s also a Witty’s outside of the terminal where you can get a Bratwurst or Currywurst.
From Tegel: This airport is larger than Schönefeld and has more facilities. If you’re flying with Airberlin, you’ll leave from Terminal C, and if you’re flying with Austrian Airlines you’ll leave from A. Both Terminal A and Terminal C have plenty of places to eat, drink, and shop while you wait for your flight to Vienna to be called.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Vienna Airport is just over 11 miles to the southwest of Vienna’s City Centre. The easiest way to get into the city centre is by train, although there are other options too.
· The CAT (City Airport Train) takes just 16 minutes to reach central Vienna and runs every 30 minutes. A single ticket costs €11*.
· The S7 takes 37 minutes to reach Vienna Floridsdorf in central Vienna and costs just €4.40* (two single tickets costing €2.20* each are required).
· Taxis are available from outside the arrivals area.
· Car hire at Vienna Airport is an option, and several companies including Avis, Budget, and Europcar all have a car rental desk at the airport. Vienna Airport’s car rental center is on level 0 of the multi-storey car park 4 (P4).
As both Germany and Austria are members of the Schengen Agreement, you don’t need a passport to travel between the two countries. Depending on the airline’s policy, you may be able to travel on another form of ID such as a driving licence. The forms of ID accepted vary from airline to airline, so be sure to check the airline’s website if you’re planning on travelling with anything other than a passport. Aim to arrive at the airport no later than 90 minutes before departure.
What to expect in Vienna
Both Berlin and Vienna have cold winters and mild summers. In January, daily temperatures average -1°C in both cities. In July, temperatures in Vienna average 19°C, one degree warmer than the 18°C Berlin typically gets. Vienna is slightly more expensive than Berlin. While a three-course meal for two in Berlin will typically set you back around €40*, in Vienna the average is €46*. Beer is also slightly more expensive in Vienna. Here, a pint typically costs €3.50* while in Berlin the average is €3.00*.
Want to know more? Read our top 10 things to do in Vienna.
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