Airport Parking in Austria
Currently we don’t sell Parking in Austria, but can give you basic information about the main airports.
VIENNA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Located 28kms southeast of Austria’s capital city, the airport serves as a main gateway to eastern Europe, with direct flights to 28 cities. 61 airlines fly from here to 123 scheduled destinations worldwide. More than 10 million passengers pass through the two terminals, both housed in one building and within walking distance of each other.
Graz is a thriving community of about 250,000 inhabitants with flourishing breweries, factories and trading companies. Its airport serves domestic and international destinations.
The quickest way to reach the airport is by using the autobahns as follows: A10 from Italy, A8 from Munich, and the A1 from Vienna. It is important to display the Autobahnvignette, a toll sticker which allows use of the autobahn, and costs EUR40 for a year, EUR10.90 for two months, or EUR5.10 for 10 days. (Drivers suffer heavy penalties for not displaying it.
Klagenfurt is a quiet university town that had its beginnings in 1161, and although it has not yet exploded into a bustling, busy centre, it’s historic centre offers great exploration, and of course there is the beautiful Lake Worther in its western sector. Its airport serves both intenational and domestic sectors
Innsbruck Airport is the largest airport in the Tyrol in Western Austria. It handles regional flights around the Alps, as well as seasonal flights to other destinations. During the winter, activity increases significantly, due to the high number of skiers traveling to the region.
The city of Linz is 15 km from the airport and can easily be reached by taxi, bus or train. The travel time is less than 30 minutes