Transport

Airport

Vienna is a major hub between East and West thanks to its location in the heart of Europe. Vienna International Airport offers 628 daily direct flights to 240 cities worldwide, and is renowned for its high quality service, short transfer intervals and excellent punctuality ratings.
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Transfer to the city

There are a numerous ways to travel into the city from Vienna International Airport.

City Airport Train CAT

16 minutes to Landstrasse/Wien Mitte station
Frequency: every 30 minutes
www.cityairporttrain.com

Rail S-bahn commuter railway (S7)

27 minutes to Landstrasse / Wien Mitte station
Frequency: every 30 minutes during the day
www.oebb.at

Bus: airport shuttle

Vienna Airport Lines: direct service to the meeting venue (Austria Center Vienna)
30 minutes (stop: Wien Kaisermühlen/VIC)
City centre: 17–45 minutes (other stops: Morzinplatz/Schwedenplatz, Wien Westbahnhof, Wien Hauptbahnhof)
Frequency: every 30-60 minutes during the day
www.viennaairportlines.at

Taxi

The airport is located directly on the A4 motorway. It takes around 25 minutes to reach the Austria Center. Price should be approx. 36 EUR.

Public transport in the city

Vienna has a well-developed public transport network. Buses, trains, trams and underground lines will take you almost anywhere in the city in no time at all. Vienna public transport Wiener Linien operates five underground lines, 29 tram and 127 bus lines, of which 24 are night lines. Night lines only operate between 0.30 am and 5 am. On weekends and public holidays the Vienna underground remains at the service of its passengers all night.

A single ticket costs EUR 2.40. It can be bought in ticket machines at most underground stations, in tobacco shops or on board the of the tram at an increased rate of EUR 2.60 per ticket.

Apart from single tickets there are passes for longer periods of time. Passes are available for 24 hours and 72 hours, or as weekly, monthly or annual passes.

Tickets must be validated before boarding. To validate your ticket stamp the ticket at the blue machines located at the entrance of underground stations as well as on buses and trams. Tickets bought directly from the tram or bus driver are automatically validated and don´t need to be stamped again.

For detailed information about public transport, please visit: https://www.wienerlinien.at/eportal3/ep/tab.do?tabId=0
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Contact

Meeting Secretariat
GUARANT International spol. s.r.o.
Na Pankráci 17, 140 21 Prague 4
Czech Republic