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Countries you can visit from Vienna – 30 options!

Europe is a compact continent with 48 countries. With plenty of things to do and places to visit, the stunning historical capital city of Vienna is the perfect hub for a day trip, a weekend getaway, or even a one-way trip as you see the other sites around Europe. If you would love to add more countries to your bucket list, you will be surprised by the number of countries you can visit from Vienna. You can count 30, if you add Austria itself!

Countries you can visit from Vienna

During our recent trip to Europe, we were surprised by how easy it is to visit multiple neighboring countries within a short period of time. From Vienna to Bratislava, for instance, you can take a bus to cross the border in the morning, spend the entire day visiting the city and be back in the same day, and done! Now you add Slovakia to your list! Researching a little bit more about where you could go from Vienna, we realized it’s possible to reach 29 countries within 500 miles (800 km) from the capital. Can you believe it? You can count 30, if you add other cities than Vienna, in Austria itself.

We have been living in California for almost one decade, the state has 840 miles from South to North, and if we drive 500 miles we will still be in California. This is the beauty of traveling around Europe, in one month, or even in one weekend, you can visit  multiple countries.

What countries border with Austria?

Austria borders eight countries: Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

Countries you can visit from Vienna
Countries you can visit from Vienna

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What countries you can travel from Vienna?

Here are the countries you can visit 500 miles from Vienna: (Considering 500 miles ratio)

  1. Slovakia
  2. Ukraine
  3. Poland
  4. Germany
  5. Hungary
  6. The Netherlands
  7. Belgium
  8. Luxembourg
  9. Czech Republic
  10. France
  1. Russia
  2. Italy
  3. Romania
  4. Belarus
  5. Switzerland
  6. Denmark
  7. Moldova
  8. San Marino
  9. Holy See
  10. Slovenia
  1. Croatia
  2. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  3. Serbia
  4. Montenegro
  5. Macedonia
  6. Albania
  7. Bulgaria
  8. Kosovo
  9. Liechtenstein
  10. Monaco

Where would you go? Because the time was limited, we went to Bratislava on a day trip by bus, and then we continued our Eurotrip in the direction of Prague, in a pleasant journey by train, using RegioJet services. Where would you go? I wish I can come back to visit the other 27 countries soon 😀

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