Food & drink
Warning: these are “normal” Viennese prices – expect to pay more in tourist areas.
- A single espresso (German: kleiner Schwarzer): €2.20
- A cappuccino: €2.80
- A large beer in a bar: €3.70
- A large bottle of beer in a supermarket: €0.80
- A bottle of wine in a supermarket: You can get drinkable wine for under €2.50 a bottle with no upper limit
- 1.5l bottle of mineral water in a supermarket: €0.25 to €0.75 (but the tap water is just as good)
- Can of coke in a supermarket: €0.75
- Typical main course of fried cutlet of pork (i.e. Schnitzel) with potato salad: €9.00
- 100g bar of Milka chocolate in a supermarket: €1.20
Tip: food and drink is very inexpensive in supermarkets, especially the discounters like Hofer.
- Petrol/gasoline: €1.20/l for Super 95 (standard lead-free)…but petrol prices fluctuate a lot
- One day travel card for Vienna’s public transport system: €7.60
- Weekly travel pass for Vienna: €16.20
- Return ticket to the airport on the dedicated non-stop train: €17.00
- Return trip to the airport on the standard S-Bahn train: €8.80 (half that if you have travel passes/cards for Vienna)
- Taxi transfer from airport to city (one way): around €35
- Movie theater tickets at an English-language cinema: €6.80 to €9.60 (with surcharges for 3D etc.)
- Theater tickets: Prices begin as low as €3 if you’ll stand, even in the most prestigious locations like the state opera house. The best seats can cost anything from €50 to €250.
- Entrance ticket to the zoo: €18.50
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