How to reach Austria

Travel Options

By Air

One of the major international airports in Austria is the Schwechat-Flughafen. Located in Vienna, this is where you will land from India and proceed to your Austrian tourism. Though there are other airports in cities like Innsbruck, Klagenfurt and Salzburg, they are mostly open for European airlines that ply between European countries. From India, one of the first touchpoints in Austria is the Schwechat-Flughafen airport in Austria. The approximate time taken to reach Austria and the price per person depend on your terminal airport. There are flights available from major Indian cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru and Kochi and some of the Austrian flights are even direct, meaning less time in commute. To help you plan better, here is a detailed breakdown of the most fundamental details you need to know about reaching Austria. Frequent Flight Names Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Sri Lankan Airlines, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air, Jet Airways, Air India, Air France, Biggest Airport Schwechat-Flughafen, Vienna, Austria

By Road

It is not possible to enter Austria by road from India.

By Train

You cannot access Austria by road from India

By Sea

Being landlocked, you cannot reach Austria by sea from India.

Transportation in austria

Commutation within Austria

Austria is a relatively smaller country. With most of its land area occupied by the Alps and the woods, it is easier to cover the rest of the destination on rented cars, buses, trains and even bicycles. Though rented cars offer a more liberating experience, driving through the meadows, lush green landscapes with alternating views of castles, lakes and the woods, the price can be a crucial factor. Car rentals tend to be generally expensive in Austria, especially the ones near the airport. If you come to the cities in Austria, you can get a comparatively better deal. Train is one of the best modes of transportation to get around Austria. The railway network with its classy facilities and even free Wi-Fi offer the best views of Austria. With trains available to major cities and even to the cities of neighboring countries, the train system will take you to tunnels and bridges that look magical. If you have a rail pass, commuting in Austria by train becomes easier. Buses also offer equal convenience in traveling around Austria. In fact, buses can take you to places even trains can’t take you such as hamlets, ski resorts, and places located at higher altitudes. The bus system is designed in such a way that their time of departures are linked with the arrival times of the trains and Europe being clockwork, you can plan better and come up with better ways to reach your preferred destination by alternating between modes of the commute. There are over 900 bus routes with over 40,000 stops in Austria.

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