How to get to Vienna

GETTING TO VIENNA BY PLANE

Special offer with Austrian Airlines

Austrian Airlines offers a comprehensive global route network linking Vienna with
major cities around the world. Participants of the 35th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics and their travel companions save 15% on all applicable fares.
To make your reservation, please click on this www.austrian.com and enter the following code in the eVoucher field on the Austrian homepage booking-engine: ISCB14
Conditions:

  • Booking period: now until August 28th, 2014
  • Valid for flights to Vienna, Austria and return as of August 10th, 2014 until September 10th, 2014 (final date for return flight) on OS flight numbers.

 

Vienna International Airport

The direct flight time to Vienna from any European capital does not exceed 3 hours.
Vienna International Airport represents an important and efficient link to the worldwide
economy. The airport combines an extensive route network and perfect infrastructure as
well as high comfort and excellent orientation systems with an extensive range of air and
road connections between Eastern and Western Europe.

  • Minimum transfer time of 25 minutes
  • Perfect infrastructure
  • High comfort and excellent orientation systems
  • Direct connections to the A4 motorway
  • With the City Airport Train (CAT) from Vienna International Airport to the Vienna city

There are direct flights to Vienna from most major European cities.
Several low cost carriers offer flights to Vienna.


More information on www.viennaairport.com

AIRPORT TRANSFERS

S-BAHN/ SUBURBAN RAILWAY

The Rail Rapid Transit (RRT) (S‐Bahn or Schnellbahn) is the cheapest way of getting from the
airport into Vienna City. Tickets cost from € 3.60 (including onward travel on Vienna public
transport). Ticket machines can be found on the platforms at the airport and at the station
Wien Mitte.


CITY AIRPORT TRAIN: CAT

The CAT takes just 16 minutes nonstop to get from the airport to Vienna City (“Wien Mitte
station – directly at the Hotel Hilton Stadtpark) and costs € 10.00 one way. It operates daily
from 05.38 a.m. to 11.35 p.m. The City Air Terminal is 10 minutes from St. Stephan’s
Cathedral at Wien Mitte station, from where you have an easy connection by tram,
underground, bus or taxi.
More information on airport transfers can be found on www.cityairporttrain.com


BUS

Vienna Airport Lines (Postbus) connects Vienna Airport with the main Vienna transport hubs.
The three available Vienna Airport Lines serve all of Vienna's underground railway lines
including Wien West and Wien Meidling railway stations. Buses to the city centre
(Morzinplatz, Schwedenplatz) take approximately 20 minutes and operate day and night. The
bus fare for a one‐way ticket costs € 7.00.


TAXI

A taxi rank is located next to the arrival hall, exit in direction K3. You also can contact one of
the taxi check in counters, located in the arrival hall. Going into the city centre by taxi costs approx. € 35.00 – to € 40.00.
Phone number for taxis +43 1 31300, +43 1 40100, +43 1 60160.

 

GETTING TO VIENNA BY MOTORWAY

Austria‘s expressway network extends right into Vienna, making it convenient and safe to
reach the city by car or motor coach from anywhere on the European continent.
Vienna can be reached by the following European Class A Roads:
E49 Magdeburg – Vienna
E58 Rostov‐na‐donu – Vienna
E59 Praha – Zagreb
E60 Brest – Constantia


GETTING TO VIENNA BY RAILWAY

Vienna occupies a hub position in Europe‘s international rail network. Intercity and
international express trains connect the capital with all parts of Austria and with all major
cities in Europe.
There are two main train‐stations in Vienna
Wien – West
Wien – Hauptbahnhof
Both train stations are located close to the city centre and all major hotels are located within
easy reach. You can either take the tram/underground (2.00 € one way) or a taxi (depending
on the location of the hotel, cost will range from 8.00 to 20.00 €)
Please note:
For more information about Austrian railway connections, please visit the home page of the
Austrian Federal Railways (Österreichische Bundesbahnen, ÖBB).
Look for special 'SparSchiene' offers from many European cities.