The fastest and most direct way to get to Vienna is by plane. He Vienna International Airport it is an important hub for international flights. Furthermore, this terminal is the hub of Austrian Airlines, and the low cost airline Nikki. Both fly from the main destinations of Europe.

El Airport it is only 18km southeast of the city. You can take the train regular (S-Bahn), one of the cheapest options (3,60 euros) and fast (18-20 minutes). The City Airport Train (Train of the Airport of the City) is express and arrives in 16 minutes for a price of 10 euros. If you prefer a taxi, these have a fee of 25 to 30 euros. Arrival time is highly dependent on traffic.

Vienna has excellent rail connections with Europe. Destinations are served by various terminals. These are the two most important:

  • westbahnhof: Serves destinations west and north of Vienna. There are four daily trains to Munich (72 euros and 5 hours), seven from Zurich (88 euros and 6 hours), 6 from Budapest (34 euros and 2 hours), 1 night train from Berlin (155 euros and 12 hours) and a variable amount from Frankfurt (112 euros and 7 and a half hours). The terminal connects to lines U3 and U6 of the metro de Vienna.
  • Sudbahnhof: Receives Trains from Italy, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland. There's a train daily since Rome (100 euros, and 13 and a half hours via Klagenfurt, Venice and Florence). There are Trains every hour from Bratislava (13 euros and one hour), 6 daily from Prague (47 euros and 4 and a half hours) and one from Berlin (98 euros, nine hours). The trams D and O stop outside the terminal.

All motorways de Austria originate and end in Vienna, so it is easy to arrive from any border country. Arriving in the city it is better to avoid freeway A23 Südosttangente during rush hour. Traffic is guaranteed for hours.

As for Bus, Vienna it lacks a central terminal so they stop at various locations depending on the destination. One of the largest is Erdberg (east of the center), where all Eurolines buses - the largest bus company in Austria- they stop.

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