|Distance||324 miles (523 km)|
|Average bus duration||8 h 45 min|
|Average bus ticket price||$33 (€27)|
|Bus providers||Flixbus, RegioJet, Eurolines Switzerland, Eurolines Germany, BlaBlaCar, Infobus, Arda Tur or Eurolines France|
Buses from Berlin to Vienna cover the 324 miles (523 km) long trip taking on average 8 h 45 min with our travel partners like Flixbus, RegioJet, Eurolines Switzerland, Eurolines Germany, BlaBlaCar, Infobus, Arda Tur or Eurolines France. There are direct bus services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around $33 (€27), you can find the cheapest bus ticket for as low as $29 (€23). Travelers depart most frequently from Berlin Hbf and arrive in Vienna, International Busterminal (VIB).
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Flixbus is one of Europe's biggest bus companies which was created in Germany and offers bus services around Europe and US. Flixbus offers only one ticket type called Standard for your upcoming bus trip between Berlin and Vienna.
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These are FlixBus' ticket policies for COVID-19 for the bus between Berlin and Vienna:
Buses from Berlin to Vienna are offered by numerous providers, including FlixBus and Hellö. Buses are very regular, with buses leaving approximately every times throughout the day from around 6:00 a.m. up until about 11:30 p.m. Journey times vary according to the bus company and departure time, taking between 8½ and 10 hours direct. Some buses require a change at Leipzig, which takes the average journey time up to roughly 13 hours.
Taking a leisurely walk in a beautiful spot is so relaxing, and Vienna city is a perfect place to explore on foot. You can start the city walk at Kaertnerstrasse. This is a beautiful area that is well worth strolling through and enjoy the atmosphere. There are plenty of places to shop in this historic area. The street dates back to the 13th century. You will also find several museums not too far from Kaertnerstrasse. The Austrian Theater Museum has been around since the late 17th century. Beethoven is known to have performed in this theater, and it is now known as the Beethoven and Stifter museum. It has more than one million exhibits. From here, you can head to Donaupark, where you can find the magnificent Danube Tower, which is 800 feet tall. In Donaupark, you will also find two revolving restaurants which provide fantastic views of the city. More strolling can be enjoyed at the smaller Herderpark in Vienna's 11th district. This park features a garden of rose and lilac plants, as well as a wide arbor fruit trees.
While most people associate Vienna with its historical landmarks, when you visit this great city the multitude of coffee shops will amaze you. There is a thriving coffee scene that manifests itself on the streets of Vienna. Although traditional coffee roasters such as Café Frauenhuber exist, third-wave innovative coffee newcomers are joining the party. Contemporary Viennese coffee houses such as the Balthasar, Kaffeefabbrik, Waldemar, Café Espresso, and the Sussmund Kaffeebar spot sophisticated interiors on top of the artisanal coffee they offer. These coffee houses are known for their 'sit-down' policy. Once you make a purchase, you are welcome to take as much time as you wish in the coffee house. A favorite among locals and visitors is Café Frauenhuber. It offers a fantastic vintage Viennese atmosphere. In case the great atmosphere doesn't cheer you up, then the delicious 'Wiener Melange' surely will. With an architecture portraying romantic historicism, Café Central is a must-visit coffee house. Enjoy their coffee with homemade cakes, pastries, and also ambient piano music in the background. Located in the backstreet of the tourist-filled Hietzing, Waldemar exudes a modern touch. Neon lights litter the interior light and their coffee served with whipped cream leaves lasting memories.
Vienna is one of Europe's leading food and wine capitals. The city's flourishing food scene features hearty traditional Austrian dishes, the most beloved being the schnitzel. Traditional Austrian eateries have long embraced international delicacies, such as sausages and cake, by making them part of their cuisine. These eateries include Figlmuller restaurant which is known for its extensive schnitzel menu, Sacher hotel famed for having the most delicious Sachertorte, Puerstner and café Mozart for their scrumptious goulash, Café Aida known for its mouthwatering apple strudel, Restaurant and Bar Motto for its tasty tafelspitz, and the Schick hotel known for its plum jam turnovers. A rising trend of modern restaurants in Vienna has paved the way for more versatile food menus, bringing a whole new wave of culinary tourism to the city. Such restaurants include Neni which serves the best Middle Eastern food in Vienna, the Palmenhaus celebrated for its Mediterranean menu and extensive wine list, O Boufes known for savory dishes, and Ulrich known to be the best brunch spot in the city. Tian Bistro and Erich serve some of Vienna's finest vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free food. The most popular Austrian street food is the Wiener Wurstel (Viennese sausages) made from pork or beef and served with fresh vegetables or the Austrian potato salad.
Known for its rich artistic and intellectual heritage, Vienna is never short of activities and events for travelers. The city has countless concert halls and museums that hold the works of renowned residents such as Mozart and Egon Schiele, making it worth a visit regardless of the time of year. Summer (June to August) is the most popular season, as thousands make their way to Vienna to indulge in sightseeing as they soak in some sun. This season is graced by popular summer events, including the Danube Island Festival, the Vienna Festival, and the colorful Rainbow Parade. Travelers on a budget will find chilly Springtime (April to May) in Vienna an ideal season to visit. This shoulder season offers hustle-free access to the Sound Frame Festival and attractions such as the gothic St. Stephan's Cathedral. Despite the low temperatures, Fall (September to October) in Vienna is exciting as the city holds the Vienna Fashion Week and the Vienna Film Festival during this time. The cold winter (November to March) season draws thousands of local and international travelers to Vienna to enjoy breathtaking views at the Vienna Christmas Market, Vienna Ball Season and the New Year's Day Concert as the snow-blanketed city shines with millions of beautiful Christmas lights.
Travel between Berlin, Germany and Vienna, Austria by bus is: Partially open.
International entry status: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Germany
Conditions of entry:
When traveling in Austria, you must follow these COVID-19 safety rules:
The information above was last checked on 9/15/21. This can change before your date of travel so please review the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your bus between Berlin and Vienna before traveling.
The current restriction level for your return trip by bus from Vienna to Berlin is: Partially open
Reentry to Germany is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Austria
What are the requirements?
The government of Germany has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Last checked on 9/16/21. We do our best to keep this information up to date, but regulations can change so please double check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations ahead of your bus to Berlin from Vienna here.
When taking the bus from Berlin to Vienna, you can choose to depart from bus stations like Berlin, Zentralen Omnibusbahnhof, Berlin, ZOB and Berlin, Bahnhof Südkreuz. Your route can end in bus stations such as Vienna, International Busterminal (VIB), Wien, Hauptbahnhof Wiedner Gürtel/Laxenburger Straße (International Busterminal) and Wien, Hauptbahnhof.
Omio customers who travel this route most frequently depart from Berlin Hbf and arrive in Vienna, International Busterminal (VIB).
Passengers board the bus most frequently from Berlin Hbf, which is located around 1 mile (s) / 2 km away from the city center, and they get off the bus at Vienna, International Busterminal (VIB), located 2 mile (s) / 3 km away from the city center.
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