Cheap Flights From Vienna to Frankfurt
Flight information Vienna to Frankfurt
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Average flight time, total distance 663 kilometres
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Frequently asked questions
Situated within the Main River is the city of Frankfurt, a leading hub for finance, trade, and tourism in Germany. In a myriad of ways, it is an ideal destination to jumpstart a European holiday; especially for those who yearn for scenic rivers, medieval castles, and greenhouses. Those who would include Frankfurt in their travel plans should make sure to put the following in their itinerary: Neckar River, a body of water that is found within close proximity to Heidelberg, one of the country’s most beautiful and captivating towns; the Schwerin Castle, a royal structure that was built in the 10th century and is considered by many as the epitome of Europe’s architectural prowess; and the Palmengarten, the biggest botanical garden in Germany, this 22-hectare property boasts of different species of plants and animals. Putting the said attractions into consideration, it can be said that a Frankfurt vacation is something that seasoned or newbie travelers should consider. This includes those who are from Vienna, the capital city of Austria.What airlines fly the Vienna – Frankfurt route?
At present, there are a number of tried and tested aviation companies that offer flights from Vienna to Frankfurt. Those that accommodate nonstop flights are Lufthansa Airline, Austrian Airlines, and others; while those that administer connecting flights are Brussels Airlines, Swiss Global Airlines, Swiss International Airlines, KLM Airline, and British Airways, just to name a few.What should passengers expect from the airports?
Vienna International Airport is the aviation hub that serves Austria’s capital and its nearby areas. Passengers can be rest assured that they can enjoy a convenient time while there thanks to its wide array of souvenir shops, coffee kiosks, restaurants, ATMs, taxi stands, car rental offices, and so on. In addition to all these, the staff of Vienna International Airport are friendly and the facility is easy to navigate.
Frankfurt International Airport is a huge commercial air transportation structure that is made up of two terminals that play a key role in serving about 50 million passengers per year in a hassle-free manner. One of the busiest airports in Europe, it manages to deliver unwavering service due to its restaurants, cafes, bars, casino, ATMs, bureau de exchange, air ticket offices, and car rental desks, among others.What about Transportation?
Located about 11 miles from the city center, getting to Vienna International Airport from the key points of Vienna and its nearby cities, municipalities, and towns can be done in a straightforward manner. To add, passengers can turn to various methods of public transportation that include buses that charge about EUR 8.00 (USD 10.24 or PHP 523.46), trains that charge about EUR 12.00 (USD 14.16 or PHP 723.86), taxis that charge a regular tariff of EUR 3.80 (USD 4.48 or PHP 229.22) and a per-kilometer tariff of EUR 1.42 (USD 1.67 or PHP 85.37), and rental cars that come with rental fees that are about EUR 58.41 (USD 68.93 or PHP 3,523.85) per day.
Upon touchdown at Frankfurt International Airport, passengers can reach their desired destination in a heartbeat and in a safe as well as convenient manner. This, thanks to buses and trains that charge about EUR 4.65 (USD 5.48 or PHP 280.13), taxis that charge a regular tariff of EUR 3.50 (USD 4.13 or PHP 211.12) and a per-kilometer tariff of EUR 1.75 (USD 2.06 or PHP 105.56), rental cars that come with rental fees that are about EUR 47.83 (USD 56.45 or PHP 2,886.22) per day.What about food expenses?
Food are slightly more expensive in Frankfurt than in Vienna. For instance, a meal in a regular restaurant may cost around EUR 12.00 (USD 14.16 or PHP 723.85) in the former, but only about EUR 10.00 (USD 11.80 or PHP 603.21) in the latter.What are the visa requirements?
Because of the European Union’s freedom of movement, Austria passport holders do not need to obtain a visa to travel to Germany. They only need to bring an air ticket and then have at least one supporting identification document with them and they are ready to go.
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