Welcome to Vienna

Arrival by Aeroplane

If you are travelling to Vienna by plane, you will arrive either at Vienna International Airport in Schwechat, or in Bratislava. To get from Vienna International Airport, located outside the city limits, to the city centre, you can take the City Airport Train (CAT), the Airport Express bus, the Schnellbahn (S-Bahn), the Vienna Airport Service or a taxi.

By City Airport train: The City Airport Train leaves every half hour from the city centre (subway station "Landstraße/ Wien-Mitte") and the airport. The trip takes 16 minutes. City Airport Train (CAT)

By Airport Express Busses: Airport Express Busses from the Vienna Airport Lines connect the city centre and Vienna International Airport via four lines:
> Vienna International Airport - Morzinplatz/Schwedenplatz
> Vienna International Airport - Wien Meidling - Wien Westbahnhof
> Vienna International Airport - Kaisermühlen VIC - Kagran
> Vienna International Airport - Mödling - Baden
For further information about timetables and fares, please go to the web page of Vienna AirportLines: Vienna Airportlines

By "S 7" Schnellbahn (S-Bahn): Please make sure to board the train towards "Wolfsthal" or "Flughafen" when going to the airport. From the airport, take the train towards "Wien Mitte", "Wien Nord" or "Floridsdorf".

Bratislava Airport is located 65 km from the center of Vienna. A bus from Südtiroler Platz (the U1 subway line stops there) will take you to Bratislava Airport in approximately 90 minutes.

Arrival by Train

All of Vienna's train stations are connected to the public transport system. The WU Vienna is located at Krieau (U2). For further information, please go to: Wienerlinien

Getting to Vienna

Travel in Vienna

Vienna is a great place if you leave your car at home or the car park. For conference delegates there will be the option to buy a discounted public transport ticket.

Sightseeing in Vienna

Interactive map of Vienna

Good to know: Viennese tap water is safe and delicious. Simply turn on the tap and enjoy mountain spring water.


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