About Vienna

Travel arrangements

By train
Vienna is well connected to the international rail network. International trains arrive either at Wien Westbahnhof or Wien Meidling. From there you can take the underground, buses and/or trams | Train schedule

By plane
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Vienna International Airport

Airport Taxi: Airportdriver


Mo. - Su.
from 0 - 24h

Phone: +43 1 22 8 22
Fax: +43 1 22 8 22 8
E-Mail: office@airportdriver.at


Moving around in Vienna

Vienna has an efficient public transportation system.

You can easily purchase tickets at the ticket machines in Vienna or online.

The 72-h Vienna ticket (EURO 15.40) is an economic way of moving around in Vienna.

For those who plan to do some sightseeing while they are in Vienna, the Vienna Card (EURO 19.90) might be the right choice. It is also valid for 72 hours and entitles you to reduced rates when visiting museums, exhibitions, etc. You can buy the Vienna Card at the airport, in most hotels or order it online.

For general information on public transport and the different kinds of tickets please see Wiener Linien (button for English language is in the upper right corner).

Other useful links:
•    Map of Vienna
•    Route planner

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