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Vienna, Austria

The musical capital of the world

Flights to Vienna with Royal Jordanian

Royal Jordanian offers flights to Vienna, Vienna International Airport. Purchase your ticket directly from this page and travel to a charming city with special historical, cultural and musical significance.

Royal Jordanian offers comfortable direct flights to Vienna with affordable rates. Moreover, it ranks among the 20 safest airlines in the world! You can also take advantage of our Happy Friday offers to get your tickets at a discounted rate!

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    • 462.03 JOD
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Behold the regal sights of Vienna

Vienna is studded with imperial palaces, Baroque architecture, and a distinctive Viennese charm.

The Hofburg: The official residence and seat of every Austrian president since 1275, the Hofburg is one of Vienna’s most significant palaces. The extensive complex contains various buildings, including the imperial apartments, chapel, library, treasury and the world’s oldest zoo. The Spanish Riding School, also situated on the Hofburg grounds, is a traditional riding school and center for classical dressage. Catch a riding performance or check out the giant pandas – all on this vast estate!

Schönbrunn Palace and Gardens: The former summer residence of the President of Austria, the 18th-century Schönbrunn Palace will make you skip a beat with its glorious Baroque architecture and fine bordering gardens. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the exquisite palace and gardens are a must-visit landmark!

Belvedere Palace and Museum: Built in the early 18th century, the Belvedere Palace comprises the Upper and Low Belvedere, Palace Stables and a sweeping garden. It is widely considered one of Europe’s most spectacular Baroque attractions and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Belvedere is also home to various art collections by Austrian and international artists, such as Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh. Visit this blissful castle and you’ll never want to leave!

Historical, religious and cultural sites in Vienna you must travel to

Vienna, the city of music, is best known for its “big four” composers, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Haydn

State Opera House: Your trip to Vienna should most certainly culminate in a tour of the State Opera House, one of the world’s largest theaters. Founded in 1869, the colossal Opera House showcases around 300 ballet and opera performances a year. Go and watch them live and disconnect from the world (and phone) for a couple of hours!

Kursalon Vienna: Feel the authenticity of Vienna in this historic concert hall where Johann Strauss witnessed his first great success as a composer. The Kursalon Vienna is also the place where the waltz was first popularized in the 19th century. When you travel to Vienna you can savor a four-course Viennese meal at the Johann restaurant and embrace an incredible performance of classical Viennese music in Lanner Hall, complemented by opera vocalists, ballet dancers, waltzes, and polkas. It’s an experience you can’t refuse!

St. Stephen's Cathedral: Built in the 12th century, the St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna’s most defining symbol and the most significant Gothic structure in all of Austria. The Pummerin Bell at the 224-foot-tall bell tower is ranked the second largest free-swinging church bell in Europe. Climb all 343 steps to get to the top and admire the spectacular views of Vienna.

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