Vienna, the capital of Austria
|From Zell Am See||04:54||$115|
|From Bruck An Der Mur||01:41||$66|
|From Attnang Puchheim||01:40||$69|
|From St Valentin||01:17||$55|
|From St Poelten||00:25||$23|
|From Zidani Most||05:07||$81|
|From Spittal Millstaetter||05:24||$105|
|From St Johann Im Pongau||04:08||$110|
|From St Anton Am Arlberg||05:25||$123|
Getting around From Vienna, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To St Poelten||01:10||$23|
|To Bruck An Der Mur||01:53||$66|
|To St Valentin||02:47||$55|
|To Attnang Puchheim||02:55||$23|
|To Bad Gastein||04:11||$124|
|To St Johann Im Pongau||04:33||$95|
|To Zell Am See||05:11||$81|
|To Bad Hofgastein||06:10||$121|
|To St Anton Am Arlberg||06:29||$123|
|To Cesky Krumlov||09:00||$184|
|To Zidani Most||09:27||$171|
|To Ceske Budejovice||10:49||$99|
While you're there
Vienna is the capital city of Austria and home to approximately 1,6 million inhabitants. Vienna is the seat of many multinationals and is becoming more and more important as a centre for trade between Western and Eastern Europe. Vienna is also a city of green parks, calm, dreamy alleys, art and music. This city is rightly deemed a city worth living in, being a cosmopolitan city of culture and gastronomy.
There are numerous things to be done and to visit once in Vienna. Don’t miss the following landmarks: Saint Stephan’s cathedral, Austria’s most important building in Gothic Style; Burgtheater, the flagship of the 50 Viennese theatres and the oldest and one of the most influential theatres in the dramatic arts of the German speaking countries; the City Hall, the most important building in neo-Gothic style in the city; and the Imperial Palace, residence of the Habsburg emperors until 1918 and today its chapel is where the Vienna Boys’ Choir sings mass on Sundays and religious holidays.
When in Vienna it is a must to visit a typical Viennese coffeehouse. Relax and try a Melange (coffee with frothy milk) with a sweet flaky pastry with apples.
Some of the most popular streets for shopping are: Kärntner Straße, the most famous shopping street in Vienna. This street has the most expensive and exclusive shops in Vienna; Mariahilfer Straße, the longest shopping street in Vienna with small boutiques and big department stores, many snack-bars, cafés, old Viennese coffeehouses and restaurants.
Vienna Tourist Office
Albertinaplatz, Ecke Maysedergasse 1010 Vienna
Tel: +43 1 24555
The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Vienna can be found.
Vienna railway station(s)
Wien Westbahnhof Train Station
Address: Westbahnhof 140/1 1150 WienOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 12am to 11:59pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12am to 11:59pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (ICE, Railjet, and OBB), CityNightLine
Tourist Information Point, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Toilets, Luggage storage, Currency exchange, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Wien Franz Josefs
Address: Julius-Tandler-Platz 3 1090 Wien
Address: Hadikgasse 312 1130 Wien
Address: Eichenstraße 27 1120 Wien
Address: U-Bahn Station Praterstern 3990/2 1020 Wien
Address: Wiedner Gürtel 1-1A 1100 Wien
Interactive Rail Map
Main cities in Austria
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- "Night Train to Zurich " Lee Yoon c. 27/10/2015
It was a very good experience travelling by the night train from the Vienna to Zurich. The night train started at very late hours around 11.45 pm and we have to wait for it in the train station for a few hours as it was pretty cold at winter now. The train looked a bit old and the the 2 pax sleepers rooms we booked was small. We have 2 big luggages and that already take up most of the space beside the bed and hardly can find any other space. Luckily my husband and I were not fat, we are able to fit into the 2 small beds, 1 in the upper and the other in the lower decker. There is a small basin in the room and it looked old too. By the next morning when we reach Zurich, the scenery outside the train refreshed us a lot. A light breadfast was served to us from the train crew and his look was serious and never smile. I think if the train crew could be a little bit friendly and that could make us feel happier a little. Overall, the night train is not as comfortable as the trains we travelled in the day time.
- "Great way to travel in Europe" Mew Yong t. 14/10/2015
Comfortable seats, clean toilet and a great way to travel in Europe. Scenic view along the way, which made travelling enjoyable. Information is displayed at strategic spots so you can track your journey. Announcement is made at each station so you wont miss your destination.
- "First time rail travellers" Tracy z. 08/10/2015
A wonderful way to travel! You see the countryside in a comfy seat and leave the worries behind. Would recommend to anyone travelling.
- "Comfortable, uneventful" Matthew c. 06/10/2015
Very comfortable trip from Vienna to Salzburg. Cleaning was modern, clean and comfortable.
- "Excellent trip" Douglas Ramon c. 27/08/2015
I love Railjet because of low prices and comfort
- "very good " Ihan j. 18/08/2015
Hi the train journey was very good. the two hours flew and it was very comfortable
- "Night train travel" Rajendra p. 31/07/2015
We travelled on EN236 from Venice to Vienna. The accommodation was comfortable for sitting posture. But one can hardly sleep by sliding the chair if the compartment has all the six occupants present. In the peak tourist season I would advise a sleeper accommodation. The train operated on time.
- "will recommend to others but.." Phung Phoi t. 27/07/2015
The entire trip was great. Staffs were friendly
- "Comfortable " Ashish n. 26/07/2015
The train journey was really very comfortable.
- "Blissful train ride to Budapes" James Tet Foh w. 17/07/2015
A convenient and comfortable train ride with exclusive treatment when taking the first class coach. Food served was good and the ride was smooth. Only missing element was the wifi connectivity which was not working
- "Convenient way of traveling" Lesley b. 04/07/2015
We enjoyed traveling by rail from Vienna to Budapest. The trains are always on time, no queues and security checks at the airport. Lovely scenery too.
- "trip" Pedro g. 30/06/2015
i total recomend to go by train!!
- "safe and sleep" Yiu Kan p. 29/06/2015
- "Great Experience in Sleeper" Yanik n. 23/06/2015
The service was great and travelling overnight was very efficient and the travel time passed very quickly.
- "cheaper than normal price" Lai Nga l. 18/06/2015
it is cheaper than normal price, but seat space so crowd.