Car Hire in Vienna
Enterprise Car Rental Locations in Vienna
Austria’s picturesque capital city of Vienna is a thriving modern city. It's also a UNESCO World Heritage Site that features many attractions from the medieval and Baroque periods, such as St. Stephen’s Cathedral, as well as majestic complexes, including Schönbrunn Palace and the Hofburg. Home to renowned modernist artists and architects, such as Gustav Klimt, Vienna is also synonymous with opera. During the 1800s, composers flocked to the Vienna due to the flowering growth of classical music taking place at the time. Today, these legacies are found evidently throughout the city. Visitors can discover art galleries and museums, such as the Leopold Museum and the AzW, marvel at the city’s impressive architecture, and take in a night at one of Vienna’s many opera houses. To not only see but truly experience the historical city and its surrounding area, travellers to Vienna can't rely on public transport and taxis. To see and do it all, hiring a car is the only way to explore all that it has to offer. For maximum convenience and reliability, turn to Enterprise Rent-A-Car when it comes to car hires and vehicle rentals. Enterprise has a branch that's conveniently located at Vienna International Airport, which is just 10 miles southeast of the city.
Our Vehicles for Hire in Vienna
Enterprise has a wide range of modern and reliable vehicles to suit everyone's needs, whether it's for zipping around the city or venturing out into the wider country. Smaller economy cars are ideal for Vienna’s streets, offering excellent fuel efficiency. Car parking is available close to most inner city attractions, such as the Hofburg and Spanish Riding School. Enterprise’s range of smaller vehicles includes three- and five-door compact cars. Enterprise also offers larger or more rugged vehicles that can go more places and accommodate more passengers and their luggage, including SUVs and MPV people carriers. Luxury saloons are also available for those seeking to tour Vienna in style.
At the Airport
Vienna International Airport is Austria’s busiest airport, with three terminals currently operating Austria's hub for travellers. The airport itself is situated just 18km southeast of Vienna's city centre, which is less than a 10-mile drive to reach Vienna's city centre, making it very convenient for those who choose Enterprise for their car rental needs. The Enterprise branch location is on level 0 in car park 4 (P4), and it's easily accessible by taking a short walk through a covered passageway to car park P4. Helpful and professional Enterprise staff is on hand to assist travellers with the quick and speedy process of picking up their pre-booked car rentals, as well as help provide local driving, parking, and navigation tips if needed. They're also very informative if you need to choose a car on the spot, as they'll help ensure you drive away with an ideal type of vehicle to suit the kind of adventures you've got planned.
Cheap Car Hire in Vienna
Car rental in Vienna is a great alternative to relying on public transport when it comes to a sprawled out city like Vienna. Whatever type of travelling is on the agenda, Enterprise offers competitively priced car rentals to suit every visitor’s needs. Enterprise offers excellent and dependable customer service, transparent pricing, as well as reliable and efficient vehicles. What's more, Enterprise offers great weekend hire rates for those in need of a quick city break, and if you book online, you'll discover surprising rental car offers and money-saving values that you won't find elsewhere. Whether you're a solo traveller in need of a compact car or a family seeking a larger SUV or saloon car, visiting Enterprise should be the first stop on every traveller’s to-do list.
Attractions in Vienna
From Vienna’s old-world charm to contemporary sights, getting around by car makes seeing the city easy. Some of the city's must-sees include Schönbrunn Palace, a Baroque summer residence and one of the most renowned monuments in Austria. The Schönbrunn Palace is famed for its architectural and cultural importance. The 13th century Hofburg was the former imperial palace and remains the current official residence of Vienna's President. The Belvedere is another Baroque complex, as well as St. Stephen’s Cathedral, an impressive attraction that dates back to the 12th century. Museumsquartier is the place to visit when it comes to those interested in museums. Vienna boasts many other attractions that are especially popular for families with kids, including an amusement park at the Prater and a zoo at Tiergarten Schönbrunn.
Places to Visit Outside Vienna
With a car hire from Enterprise, you won't be confined to the city. You'll have the freedom to easily explore Austria's beautiful countrysides and other nearby attractions. To the west of Vienna, you'll discover the Vienna Woods, a forested expanse with many trails, picturesque towns, and exciting attractions. These include Klosterneuburg Abbey, a 12th-century Augustinian abbey overlooking the Danube with many Baroque features, as well a Kahlenberg, a majestic hill that offers amazing views of the capital city. To seek out more adventure, there’s also the Lainzer Tiergarten, a wildlife park that's filled with deer and boar, and a quaint spa town, known as Baden bei Wien. Some of the other local towns and villages of interest include Eisenstadt and Grinzing.
Parking and Traffic Information in Vienna
Though driving in and around Vienna is generally straightforward, there are a few things to be aware of. Be sure to keep in mind that trams always have priority, so drivers should be careful at tram stops. Of course, this is fairly normal for any city that features a similar metro transit system. In addition, vehicles approaching from the right have the right of way. Be mindful of this when approaching intersections. Even if the traffic lights are green, give priority to those coming from the right. If you see “Einbahn” signs, these indicate you're on a one-way street. When it comes to car parking, you'll find many Kurzparkzones, which are short-term parking zones with information and restrictions that are detailed on visible street signs. There are English parking maps available to make it easy for visitors, and payments for parking can be made by voucher or by phone. As with any large city, it’s always best to avoid driving during peak business and school rush hour traffic times.