9th EATA Conference 2021, Vienna, Austria, June 3-5, 2021

How to get to Vienna

by plane

The Vienna International Airport (VIE) in Schwechat is about 20 km away in the south-east of Vienna. On the airport’s web site you find flight information as well as transportations into the city center:

rail connections from the airport:

rapid transit railway (S-Bahn) - train S7 to Landstraße/Wien Mitte: Travel time 25 minutes (30 minutes interval)
City Airport Train (CAT) to Landstraße/Wien Mitte: Travel time 16 minutes (30 minutes interval)

bus connections from the airport:

Vienna Airport Lines (VAL) to...

... Wien Hauptbahnhof (VAL1): Travel time 25 minutes (30 minutes interval)
... Wien Morzinplatz/Schwedenplatz (VAL2): Travel time 22 minutes (30 minutes interval) 
... UNO-City (VAL3): Travel time 30 minutes,

A Taxi stand is right in front of the Arrival Hall

 

by train

If you prefer travelling by train you will find necessary information online at Austrian Federal Railways or via phone +43-05-1717.

 

public transport in Vienna

The main building of TU Wien is reachable with the lines U1, U2, U4 and tram D (station = Karlsplatz), with the trams 1 (station = Resselgasse) and 62 (station = Opernring). Tickets are available at the airport, at the subway stations and in tobacco shops.

 

 

by car

from the South and East:
Motorway Südautobahn (A2) - Motorway Südosttangente (A23) - Exit Gürtel (B221) - Hauptbahnhof - Prinz Eugenstraße - Schwarzenbergplatz - Karlsplatz

from the West:
Motorway Westautobahn (A1) - Hietzinger Kai (B1) - Schönbrunner Straße (B1) - Rechte Wienzeile (B1) - Karlsplatz

from the North:
Motorway Donauuferautobahn (A22) - Südosttangente (A23) - Exit Gürtel (B221) - Hauptbahnhof - Prinz Eugenstraße - Schwarzenbergplatz - Karlsplatz

Please bear in mind to include the official highway toll label for Austrian motorways.