Interactive map of the Vienna Underground.

Wiener Linien, the Vienna public transport system.

Get in by Plane

The Vienna International Airport is located approx. 18 km south-east from the City Centre. You have several transport options:

Get in by Train

Vienna is a railroad hub, easily accessible from other major European cities. Südbahnhof (South Station) has been closed for construction and many trains now terminate at Wien Meidling. Other large train stations are Wien-Westbahnhof, Wien-Nord and Wien-Mitte, each including transfer to subway lines.

Get in by Bus

Most international busses arrive at the Vienna International Busterminal located at the subway stop Erdberg, many also stop at the Airport or subway stop Südtirolerplatz.

Get around

The Vienna public transport system includes rail, commuter rail, subway (most efficient), trams, and buses. It takes you everywhere with-in the metropolitain area (Kernzone 100). Tickets are available at machines (Cash, Visa, Maestro), counters at subway stations and tobacco shops. You must validate your ticket if the time and date is not printed on it before entering the subway platform or train, or as soon as you get on a bus or tram.

Tip:If you arrive by plane and you are planning to buy a 24/48/72-hour ticket, week ticket or similar, then buy your ticket already at the airport. You will only need an additional Single Trip Ticket to get from the airport to any place in the metropolitan area.