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The capital city of Austria, Vienna has a population of about 1.8 million people. It’s also the political, economic and cultural centre of Austria and plays host to many major international organisations, including OPEC and the United Nations.
Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001, there are many things to see and do in this beautiful city.
RentABus.com make it extra easy to get from Vienna International Airport to the city. Whether you’re travelling to Vienna for business or for pleasure, you can look forward to a speedy and efficient journey as you travel the eleven or so miles into the centre of the city with our Vienna airport transfers.
Because almost 23 million people use the airport every year, it makes sense to have our courteous drivers on hand with some of the best shuttle buses in Vienna, to make getting to your destination that little bit easier.
Furthermore, with over 360 hotels and almost 1,000 other places to stay in Vienna, you’ll never be short of a bed, although you may have to make your reservations early at some times throughout the year.
Take one look at Vienna’s baroque streets and imperial palaces and you know that you’re in for a treat. Not only do these buildings house some of the best musical and artistic experiences, but there’s also a renowned coffee-house culture together with plenty of places to eat.
Mention Vienna and it immediately conjures up visions of ladies in ball gowns and men in black tie lost in the beauty of the music as they perform the Viennese waltz, together with concerts celebrating the wonderful music of composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Haydn, Brahms and, of course, Strauss.
Put simply, Vienna is the city of Music, and so no visit to the musical city would be complete without a visit to the Musikverein to hear the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, or to the golden Staatsoper to listen to an opera.
And yet, there’s more to Vienna than music. For starters, there’s the opulent coffee-house culture, where mouth-watering cakes, such as the delicious Sacher-Torte are served up alongside the coffee. If you fancy trying the local delicacies, treat yourself to a hearty plate of the famous Wienerschnitzel or goulash. You’ll also find many fine Austrian wines in the Vinothek, vaulted wine bars and cellars both in Vienna itself and in the vineyards surrounding the city.
Culture is the name of the game in this city, and this is evident in the number of great museums that are open to visitors. One museum you mustn’t miss is the Kunsthistorisches Museum, which is home to the imperial art collection.
Here you’ll get to gaze at priceless works by Old Masters, and see one of the richest coin collections in the world. Head behind the Hofburg palace and you’ll find the Museums Quartier, which houses the contemporary MUMOK, the Naturhistorisches Museum and the Leopold Museum.
To see Vienna from a totally different perspective, a ride on the Riesenrad or Giant Ferris Wheel is a must. Built in 1897, this iconic Ferris wheel rises 65 metres above the city and takes almost 20 minutes to complete one revolution.
Featured in films such as Orson Wells’ The Third Man and Bond’s The Living Daylights, you’ll certainly get a birds-eye view of the city up here.
If you’d like an expert guide to show you all Vienna has to offer, you may want to consider booking a sightseeing tour with RentABus. We offer some of the best coach and minibus hire in Vienna together with knowledgeable guides, so that you can get to know this wonderful city a little better.
Contact us now if you’d like to visit Schloss Schönbrunn, the Habsburg’s summer palace, or Schloss Belvedere, one of the finest baroque palaces in the world, or indeed anywhere in Vienna or the surrounding areas.
Wherever you want to travel, get in touch with RentABus.com now. We offer a modern fleet of stylish and comfortable minibuses, coaches and limousines and some of the best prices for minibus and coach rentals in Vienna.