Popular Lettings in Vienna
Highlights in Vienna
- Romantic destination
- Fantastic gastronomy
- Superb slopes and skiing activities
- Architectural beauty
- Great outdoor activities
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Vienna
Vienna is divided into 23 districts. The smaller the district number, the closer it is to the centre. Thus, district 1 is the old town and the districts that go from 2 to 9 are those in the surrounding areas. Of course, the best area to rent a holiday rental in Vienna is all these districts, since you can walk everywhere, you will be close to all the monuments and you will have a greater offer of restaurants and nightclubs. However, if you have a tighter budget, you can find cheaper accommodations around these districts and take the underground to the centre.Fantastic lettings in the heart of Europe
Browse and find a wide variety of rentals in Vienna, located in the very heart of the city, where most of the monumental attractions are and where you can enjoy the best nightlife. Most of them with a very modern decoration and very spacious rooms. Many of them also have a terrace and a pool, which makes them ideal for a holiday with your partner, family or friends in the summer months. Book your holidays in Vienna today and discover all the charms of the Austrian capital!
Holidays in Vienna
The area and getting around
Lying in the east of the Danube river, Vienna offers an interesting and varied legacy, both artistic and intellectual. Home to renowned artists and musicians including Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. The architectural beauty of the city will fascinate every traveller while walking past its imperial palaces, museums and contemporary buildings displaying some works worth a visit. Make sure you put the Habsburgs’ summer residence, Schönbrunn and Museums Quartier district in your to do list while in Vienna.Plan your stay in Vienna
Vienna is a magnificent destination with monuments, cultural events, imperial sights, fantastic coffee houses and wine taverns. The city offers a wide array of cultural activities during the day and an exciting, vibrating and lively nightlife to round up your day. Plan your trip according to the days of your stay and include a bit of gastronomy, a boat cruise, cultural visits and some free time to sit, relax and enjoy the Viennese charm.
Travellers and activities
Vienna is a magnificent destination for art and history lovers and it is that the city has an impressive monumental heritage, especially from the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, when the capital lived its greatest time of splendor and splendid baroque buildings. Vienna is a city rich in heritage. Therefore, if you enjoy cultural visits during your holidays, you will not be disappointed. The Museum of Art History, the Vienna Cathedral, the Ringstrasse, the Austrian Parliament or the Schönbrunn Palace are just some of the places you should not forget to visit.Vienna for romantic getaways
Dreaming of a romantic weekend with your soulmate? Vienna is one of the most romantic cities for a good reason. The city oozes a romantic flair through its well-preserved monuments, palaces, Imperial buildings and museums. The Austrian grandeur is present in every corner and it takes you to a fairy tale with the beautiful sounds of Mozart or Brahms. Have a nice cuppa in a cosy chandelier-lit cafe or a romantic dinner followed by a waltz. Some couples choose it as their destination to ask the big question that will make them take the big step and tie the knot.
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Top 5 travel tips in Vienna
Although Vienna is known for being a cultural and vibrant city, there are several beautiful skiing resorts in the vicinity. Are you a morning freerider? Relaxed skier? Prefer the Austrian hospitality and the après-ski? Find out in the superlative slopes in Gastein, the snow-capped peaks and 24 km of pistes for all levels in Semmering or the cross-country skiing tracks and the snowpark in Ötscher. Ski lovers can either ski or attend a FIS-World Cup race in Hirschenkogel. Many visitors are drawn in by the FIS World Cup Giant Slalom so, try your own skills all day long until 10pm as this resort is one of the largest night skiing one in Austria and keeps 6 slopes and the fun park lit for you to enjoy. Go down the slopes and enjoy a fantastic après-ski!2. The ideal hiking destination
Once you come to Austria you always come back with long life memories. Explore the national parks going on a long distance trail or just hike for the day along the well signposted trails web across the natural landscape. You can find lodging that provide what you need to get to the next stop. Explore the different routes and take in the scenery and the beauty of the magnificent Alps.3. Discover the Austrian cuisine
The city is the perfect spot to find a great selection of local and international restaurants offering the best Vorarlberg's Bergkäse cheese, Styria's Weissburgunder wines, Wiener Schnitzel with potato salad and drizzle it with some pumpkin seed oil. On cold days, a spicy goulash will warm you up. For those with a sweet tooth, there is always room for a fluffy apple strudel or a delicious Sacher Torte to round up your meal.4. Take a round trip
Discover the pulsating lifestyle of different cities near Vienna. Get on a scenic bus tour to Bratislava and visit its old town. Take a journey through the Alps and enjoy a day in Hallstatt visiting the resort of Salzkammergut. Explore Salzburg and the lake region where “The Sound of Music” was shot or take a fantastic wine tasting tour in Wachau Valley to Enjoy a full-day tour to the region’s vineyards of Dürnstein, Weissenkirchen, Spitz, and Melk where an expert wine connoisseur will guide you through the whole experience. Taste some wine and schnapps of the region or sample some regional products.5. Get on a romantic cruise
If you are visiting Vienna for a romantic weekend there is nothing better than taking a cruise on the Danube to the beautiful Wachau Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. While enjoying an authentic Austrian beer, you will pass through postcard castles and fairytale villages. A fabulous landscape with the far-ranging fields, mighty summits and a unique experience that will create fantastic memories for years to come.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Vienna
Rentals in Vienna offer the best prices, costing on average £150.63 per night in 2019, which makes it the best budget-friendly holiday destination in Austria.When are holiday rentals cheaper in Vienna?
According to our most recent historical data, the months with the most reduced prices in Vienna are March, February, and November, with average prices from £128.45, £131.68 and £141.79, respectively.In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Vienna?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Vienna, the most expesnive months are, in descending order, January, December and August with average prices per night of £187, £182.5, and £160.52, respectively.Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Vienna?
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Vienna, as only 32% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.Which months offer the highest availability?
The best months to find free accommodation in Vienna are March (the average amount of properties that are free reached 70.2% of the total in 2019), April (64%), and February (47.25%).Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is December (only 9% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by September (15%), and August (18%).How many rentals are available in Vienna?
In Vienna we work with 27 different partners to give you a choice of 2900 properties, so you will not be short of options!