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Cairo / Vienna
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Vienna
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Vienna / Cairo
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Package Include:
* Air Flight Ticket - Economy Class Cairo / Vienna / Cairo.
* Accommodation for 4 nights in Vienna with Daily Breakfast at your Hotel.
* Transfers Airport / Hotel / Airport in Vienna.

Package Exclude:
* Entry Visa.
* Personal Expenses.
* Optional Tours.



To know more details about accommodation, please submit the request a quote form here.
Austria
A "Blast from the Past" is how one recent visitor described her journey through Austria. It remains, she explained, a place where children laugh at marionette shows in the parks, couples linger for hours over pastries at gilt-ceiling cafés, and Lipizzan stallions dance to Mozart minuets—in other words, Austria is a country that has not forgotten the elegance of a time gone by.
Small, landlocked Austria offers alpine scenery, world-class museums, cobbled quaintness, and Wiener schnitzel. Unlike Germany, its industrious neighbor to the northwest, Austria is content to bask in its good living and elegant, opulent past as the former head of one of Europe's grandest empires. Austrians tend to be relaxed, gregarious people who love the outdoors as much as a good cup of coffee in a café.

Capital: Vienna

Currency:
Euro (EUR)

Official Language:
German

Time Zone: Central European Time Zone UTC+01:00

Dialing Code:
+43

Emergency services: Ambulance (144), Emergencies (133)

Climate:
Austria, located in the European heartland, lies within a temperate climatic zone. Austria’s landscapes include major and minor mountain ranges, hills and plains. Weather conditions vary only slightly across the country, the lowland regions in the north and east have more continental influenced conditions with colder winters and hotter summers with moderate precipitation throughout the year. The southeastern areas of Austria have longer and warmer, almost Mediterranean-like summers.
The coldest month in Austria is usually January. The winter snow cover lasts from late December through March in the valleys. Temperatures begin to rise again in February. In March, temperatures may rise up (12 degrees Celsius). Summers can be hot, with temperatures sometimes reaching (30 degrees Celsius) or more (maximum temperatures revolve around (35 degrees Celsius in July). Summer evenings are usually cool.

Major Airports:
Vienna (VIE), Salzburg (SZG), St. Anton (ANT)
Main Ports: Vienna, Wels

Business Hours:

Shops Generally 09:00 – 18:00 (Mon to Sat)
Many shops are also open on Sundays
Banks Generally Mon to Fri 08:00 – 12:30 and 13:30 to 15:00 (Thursday until 17:30)
Restaurants Generally between 11:00 – 15:00 and 18:00 – midnight
But many stay open all day
Itinerary Day by Day
Day 1
Cairo / Vienna
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Day 2
Vienna
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Day 3
Vienna
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Day 4
Vienna
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Day 5
Vienna / Cairo
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Package Details
Package Include:
* Air Flight Ticket - Economy Class Cairo / Vienna / Cairo.
* Accommodation for 4 nights in Vienna with Daily Breakfast at your Hotel.
* Transfers Airport / Hotel / Airport in Vienna.

Package Exclude:
* Entry Visa.
* Personal Expenses.
* Optional Tours.



Accommodation
To know more details about accommodation, please submit the request a quote form here.
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Austria
A "Blast from the Past" is how one recent visitor described her journey through Austria. It remains, she explained, a place where children laugh at marionette shows in the parks, couples linger for hours over pastries at gilt-ceiling cafés, and Lipizzan stallions dance to Mozart minuets—in other words, Austria is a country that has not forgotten the elegance of a time gone by.
Small, landlocked Austria offers alpine scenery, world-class museums, cobbled quaintness, and Wiener schnitzel. Unlike Germany, its industrious neighbor to the northwest, Austria is content to bask in its good living and elegant, opulent past as the former head of one of Europe's grandest empires. Austrians tend to be relaxed, gregarious people who love the outdoors as much as a good cup of coffee in a café.

Capital: Vienna

Currency:
Euro (EUR)

Official Language:
German

Time Zone: Central European Time Zone UTC+01:00

Dialing Code:
+43

Emergency services: Ambulance (144), Emergencies (133)

Climate:
Austria, located in the European heartland, lies within a temperate climatic zone. Austria’s landscapes include major and minor mountain ranges, hills and plains. Weather conditions vary only slightly across the country, the lowland regions in the north and east have more continental influenced conditions with colder winters and hotter summers with moderate precipitation throughout the year. The southeastern areas of Austria have longer and warmer, almost Mediterranean-like summers.
The coldest month in Austria is usually January. The winter snow cover lasts from late December through March in the valleys. Temperatures begin to rise again in February. In March, temperatures may rise up (12 degrees Celsius). Summers can be hot, with temperatures sometimes reaching (30 degrees Celsius) or more (maximum temperatures revolve around (35 degrees Celsius in July). Summer evenings are usually cool.

Major Airports:
Vienna (VIE), Salzburg (SZG), St. Anton (ANT)
Main Ports: Vienna, Wels

Business Hours:

Shops Generally 09:00 – 18:00 (Mon to Sat)
Many shops are also open on Sundays
Banks Generally Mon to Fri 08:00 – 12:30 and 13:30 to 15:00 (Thursday until 17:30)
Restaurants Generally between 11:00 – 15:00 and 18:00 – midnight
But many stay open all day
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