DINE AND SHOP
Dine on your way to your departure gate in a delicious restaurant and shop to your heart's content in boutiques, duty-free
shops or souvenir shops at Vienna Airport. You will find these restaurants and shops at Gate D.
A tip for connoisseurs
After passing through the security checkpoints, you can have your food and drinks packaged quickly and easily in any restaurant at Vienna Airport as a take-away meal with Picnic on Board get food for your travels, to suit your own taste!
Cafes & Restaurants
Are you hungry for good food? Then take a seat in the Zugvogel restaurant, which spoils its guests with first-class Austrian cuisine in a beautiful ambience. Enjoy a crispy Wiener Schnitzel
or tender Tafelspitz boiled beef fillet. The Gate D area also houses the Johann Strauss cafe bistro, which serves fine salads, Austrian and international dishes.
Snacks & Fast Food
If you have a small appetite or are looking for a delicious snack, visit Brezel Meister. As the name implies, it offers a variety of pretzels – glazed, covered and baked. Fancy the taste of Italy? Enjoy a hearty
covered focaccia at Rustichelli Mangione, then treat yourself with fine tortes and cakes.
Fashion & Jewellery
The windows at Freywille and Swarovski sparkle seductively as you walk to your gate. Fulfil your heart’s desire with fine jewellery and sparkling accessories as
a beautiful memory of an unforgettable journey. Or shop for high fashion from Italy, Germany, France or Austria by Salvatore Ferragamo, Wolford, Hugo Boss, Liska, Versace or Zilli.
Beauty & Care
Make-up from top brands, popular perfumes and first-class body-care products – discover the variety of high-quality beauty
products in the Heinemann Duty Free shops. Tip: Are you flying to the south where sun, sand and sea await you? Then don’t forget to bring sun protection! You
will find sunscreen, oil and spray as well as many other sun-protection products at Heinemann Duty Free.
Souvenirs & Gifts
You can find the right souvenirs before your flight home at Vienna Airport. Pick up a Viennese Sachertorte in a practical
wooden box, Manner biscuits or Mozartkugel at the Heinemann Duty Free shops. Or you can visit Flavors of Austria or Senses of Austria and buy typical Austrian products: from spicy Tyrolean bacon to a Gustav Klimt bag.