Flying from Vienna
Flights from Vienna with airberlin fly out of Vienna International Airport (VIE), located 18 kilometers outside Austria’s capital city in the village of Schwechat. This facility is the country’s largest airport and is a central hub for travelers.
Vienna International Airport Information
Vienna International Airport’s lone terminal has four check-in gates that connect to five concourses. Recent restoration has given the airport a modern look and made the facility accessible for disabled passengers. Weary travelers can comfortably rest in one of the airport lounges. A 24-hour medical center, lost property office, and several banks and currency exchange booths enhance the airport’s efficiency. Enjoy a quick meal or browse one of the numerous shops that will suit any taste.
Getting to the Airport in Vienna
The CAT city airport train to Vienna International Airport runs daily from 5:36 am to 11:36 pm from the Wien Mitte railway station, and takes just 16 minutes to arrive. A bus to Vienna International Airport can be caught from a number of stations throughout the city 24 hours a day, with an average travel time of 20 minutes. Travelers can take a taxi to Vienna International Airport for greater flexibility and reach their destination in approximately 25 minutes.
Arriving in Bucharest
airberlin’s flights to Bucharest arrive at Henri Coandă International Airport, located 18 kilometers from the heart of the city. Home to some of Romania’s best museums, awe-inspiring buildings and beautiful churches and courts, Bucharest is a destination that will delight all travelers. With airberlin’s flight deals to Bucharest, you can explore this historic and cosmopolitan capital city with ease.
First Time in Bucharest
First-time visitors will be surprised by the Parisian feel of the city. Enjoy a coffee in one of local cafés before learning about Romanian traditions in the Peasant Museum. Boutiques and street markets are numerous – the perfect places to find a gift for loved ones back home.
Your tickets to Bucharest give you access to a wealth of culture, with the Opera Naţională and the Filarmonica George Enescu. For architecture lovers, take a look at the grand Patriarchal Cathedral and the palace of the Chamber of Deputies on Dealul Mitropoliei (Patriarchate Hill).
Making the Most of Your Bucharest Holiday
It is best to travel to Bucharest during spring or fall as the weather can be fairly hot or cold in the summer and winter. You can find deals on cheap hotels in Bucharest, especially when you travel outside of school holidays. Flights with airberlin will get you to Bucharest comfortably and safely.