Vienna, Air, 4 Nights, From $699
Usher in the New Year by exploring the city of Mozart, Beethoven, and Freud.
Starting January 26, 2012, all packages including airfare are required to include taxes and fees in the price. Please contact the tour company to see if the cost of this package has been affected. Additional restrictions/baggage charges may also apply. See deal link below for a full list of terms and conditions.
The Real Deal Round-trip airfare to Vienna; four nights at the trendy Senator Hotel Vienna, strategically located between the historic city center and the Vienna Woods; and a rich continental buffet breakfast daily; from $699 per person—plus approximately $170 in airport taxes and fees.
When Jan. 18, 25, Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, Mar. 7, 2012 ($699).
Gateway New York City ($699).
The Fine Print Does not include airport taxes, fees, and September 11 security fee of approximately $170. All prices based on double occupancy. Single supplements vary based on travel dates and hotel availability. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
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Why It’s a Deal According to Kayak, round-trip airfare from New York to Vienna is from $656 in early February. Room rates from the Senator Hotel Vienna’s website, advertised with a Best Rate Guarantee, would add an additional $380 if booked independently. For $167 less, this package includes round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, and breakfast.
More Virgin Vacations offers four optional tours so travelers can design their own itinerary: the Vienna Hop On/Hop Off tour for $27 per person, the Salzburg from Vienna tour for $131 per person, the Viennese Serenade with Dinner tour for $92 per person, and the Vienna City tour for $52 per person. Five-star hotel upgrade available for an additional $230.
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