Your arrival

Many ways lead to Vienna – whether you arrive by plane, train, car, or boat on the Danube.

By plane

Vienna’s central European location makes this city a traffic hub and provides great connections to every place around the world. 74 airlines regularly fly to Vienna from 205 destinations in 71 countries. Whether you arrive by train, taxi or bus – there are many different ways to come to this city.

From the airport to the city centre

Vienna’s airport is located east of the city’s centre and can be reached easily, comfortably, and inexpensively by public transport. Whether you take the City-Airport-Train (CAT), the Railjet train, the bus, or the rapid transit railway depends on where you want to go.

Vienna’s train stations

With the new main train station, Vienna has become an international hub for railway traffic. All long-distance trains of Austrian Railways (ÖBB) stop here and at the southern train station “Wien-Meidling”. Vienna’s western train station (“Westbahnhof”) also includes an extensive shopping mile as well as a diverse range of restaurants.

Arriving in Vienna by car

Austria’s road network is in excellent condition. Therefore, it very easy, comfortable, and safe to drive to Vienna with your car. Please note that many of Vienna’s districts are short-term parking zones.

Taxis in Vienna

Getting quickly from A to B is very easy in Vienna – just call a taxi! Special airport taxis even offer flat rates. Take a look at the interactive city map to find all taxi stands.

Twin City Liner

Travelling from Bratislava to Vienna on the Danube takes only 75 minutes – with the Twin City Liner. These high-speed catamarans were designed specifically for the low water levels of the Danube Canal. They travel five times a day from Schwedenplatz in Vienna’s city centre to the Slovakian capital that is truly worth seeing.