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Public Transport in Vienna

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. The Vienna public transport authority, Wiener Linien, operates five underground lines, 29 tram and 127 bus lines, 24 of which are night lines which operate between 00:30 and 05:00. The underground runs a 24 hour service on weekends and public holidays.

The City of Vienna is covered by a single zone, the core zone (Kernzone or “Zone 100”). A single ticket is valid for one way travel throughout the zone. You may change to different lines or modes of transport during the course of your journey, but you may not interrupt your journey.

You can buy tickets on the trams (but NOT in trains and buses!), from ticket machines at the various stations, or online through a mobile app (Qando). As you might need a ticket to transfer to and from the hotel, as well as for getting around, it is recommended that you purchase a day ticket.

One way ticket €2.40
24 hr ticket €8.00
48 hr ticket €14.10
72 hr ticket €17.10

Tickets must be validated. To validate your ticket, stamp it at the blue machines located at the entrance to the underground stations as well as on buses and trams. Tickets bought directly from the ticket machine on the tram are automatically validated and need not be stamped again.
(Source: Stadt Wien (09.02.2018): http://www.webcitation.org/6x6L1rka9)

Vienna City Map with Public Transport

Network maps

Route planner

Taxis in Vienna

You can call one of the phone numbers below:

0043 1 60160
0043 1 31300
0043 1 40100

 

The best way to reach the venue

Messe Wien is situated in the green area near the city centre, the world-famous Vienna Prater.

GoogleMaps

The closest metro station is Messe-Prater which can be reached by underground line U2.

From the airport, the journey takes around 20 minutes by taxi, and 35-45 minutes using public transport:

– You can either take bus (Vienna Airport Lines) No. 3 to the Wien Krieau (Vorgartenstraße) station, followed by a 7 minute walk; cost: €8.00
– Or you can take a train (Schnellbahn) which brings you to the Praterstern station, followed either by a 12 minute walk, or you take the underground line U2 for 1 stop to Messe-Prater (cost: €4.10). You can buy your ticket online in advance.
(Source: Messe Wien (08.02.2018): http://www.webcitation.org/6x4pc1UnM)