Direct flights from London to Vienna take a little over two hours and are offered by a number of airlines, including easyJet, Austrian Airlines and British Airways. Your flight may leave from Heathrow or Gatwick. Either airport can be reached from Central London by public transport, including train, bus and Heathrow can also be reached via the London Underground. A taxi from London generally costs between £40 and £80, depending on starting point and airport. You should check in at least two hours before your flight departs.From Vienna airport, you can travel by train to the city in about 16 minutes. Trains run from around 6:00am until 11:30pm and cost 12 Euros (about £10). By bus, the journey takes 20 - 45 minutes, depending on destination, and costs 8 Euros (about £6.75). Buses are frequent and run all day and night. A taxi typically costs about 33 Euros (roughly £28).
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Once the seat of the ruling Habsburg family, this grand palace is situated in the heart of the old city. Wander through the halls, ballrooms and private art collections or enjoy lunch or coffee in opulent surroundings. The palace is open daily from 9:00am until 5:30pm. Admission is 11.50 Euros (about £9.75).2 Spanish Riding School
The most famous riding school in the world has been a centre of excellence in equestrianism for well over 400 years. You can attend one of the gala performances or go on a guided tour and see how the horses are trained. The school is open from 9:00am until 4:00pm.3 Schonbrunn Zoo
Dating from 1752, this is said to be the world's oldest zoo. It is also one of the best in Europe with over 500 animal species, including pandas, orang-utans and Siberian tigers, all housed in natural surroundings. The zoo is open daily; the hours vary according to the time of year. Admission is 15 Euros (about £12.70) for adults and 7 Euros (about £6) for children.4 The Danube Tower
For a panoramic view of the city and its surroundings, you can visit this 826-foot high tower, which has a revolving restaurant at the top. Adventurous types can also enjoy a bungee jump from the tower. It is open daily from 10:00am until midnight.5 The Albertina
This museum houses one of the world's most important art collections, with over 60,000 drawings and one million prints. It also has a large selection of impressionist paintings, including works by Monet and Renoir. The museum is open from 10:00am until 6:00pm. Admission costs about 12 Euros (roughly £10) for adults.