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Vienna, the capital of Austria boasts a rich history of empires, musicians and art. Explore these at your leisure basking in the laid back atmosphere this country is known for. Below, you can find all the Vienna ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Ferries to Vienna
Mahart Passnave runs a fleet of high speed hydrofoil ferries. Mahart Passnave prides itself on providing a fast service with unrivalled comfort for passengers.
On board with Mahart Passnave you will find comfortable seating in air conditioned saloons, with an onboard buffet serving cold food and refreshments.
Things to do in Vienna
The Imperial Treasury can be found at Hofburg Palace, and contains treasures dating back to over 1,000 years ago. There are 21 rooms to explore, each containing significant artefacts from different periods of European history, including the Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire.
Relaxing with a coffee may sound like something you can do anywhere, but the experience is something else in Vienna. World-renowned for its baked goods, the whole of Vienna stops around 3pm to enjoy good coffee and heart-warming pastries. It's a good opportunity to relax between sights and take part in an important part of Viennese culture.
Vienna is the heart of the classical music world and that is still apparent today. Embrace the opportunity and visit the State Opera to experience the magic first hand.
When to visit Vienna
Summer brings the street culture to life in Vienna. The streets are bright with flowers and many cafés, restaurants and bars have gardens to enjoy their delights alfresco. Summer is also festival season where open air cinemas and music events take place.
Vienna port facilities
Mahart Passnave sails from Handelskai, which is right in the centre of Vienna. You'll find all amenities within walking distance, including the Handelskai train station if Vienna is not your final destination.
Getting to Vienna
Handelskai train station is part of the U-Bahn network and is within walking distance of the port on the river Danube, making it easy to reach the port from all corners of Austria.
Vienna has an excellent subway and tram system to help you get around the city and take in all the sights. It's difficult to find parking in the city, and when you do the charges are expensive so it's best advised if you take you car to park on the outskirts of the city and take advantage of the efficient public transport services.
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Vienna is the capital city of Austria, located in the east of the country on the Danube River. Even if Vienna means nothing to you, it would be hard to imagine a city with a greater heritage in classical music, having been home at various times to Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Johann Strauss (I and II), Richard Strauss, Brahms and Vivaldi. It is culturally and musically one of the richest cities in the world, and has a lively mixture of cool cafés, bars, galleries, shops and street markets. Take a walk throught the streets of the old town to St Stephen's Cathedral and climb the 343 steps of it's viewing platform, or simply relax with a cruise on the Danube.
DDSG Schifffahrtszentrum, A-1020 Vienna (Reichsbrücke), Handelskai 265, Austria