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by azz8206

I will be arriving at the Sudbahnhof train station from Budapest. Is there an underground nearby? Or how much would a taxi cost me to go to Schonnbrunn? Thanks for the help.

Re: Sudbahnhof

by dino335

metro/underground is two blocks from station. There also is a tram right outside the station -- #221.

Re: Sudbahnhof

by globetrott

Are you sure its SUEDbahnhof ??
Because officially that station does not exist anymore.
Now we have a Sued/OSTbahnhof instead, that is 200m from the old Suedbahnhof, BUT some trains from Budapest also go just to Wien MEIDLING or to WESTbahnhof.
a tram or other transport #221 does not exist in Vienna !
In case that we are talking about Sued/Ost bahnhof: you have to alk first 200m. Then I think its best to take tram #18 into direction "Urban Loritzplatz" and change at the station "Margaretenguertel" to metro U4 direction Huetteldorf in order to get to Schoenbrunn. All of that is 1,80 euros
a taxi might be around 10-15 euros, but I really dont know !

Travel Tips for Vienna

The city wakes

by TheWanderingCamel

Getting up very early and taking a walk through the waking streets of Vienna is a real pleasure. In summer the air is fresh and cool (in summer it can get very hot later in the day); feet that are tired from the previous day's sight-seeing have regained their spring; shop keepers are opening shutters and setting up displays; the first fiakers are heading for their stand by the Stephandsdom; the smell of fresh baking wafts out of a doorway as you pass; inside the Stephansdom there are only attendees at an early Mass and the odd visitor like you instead of the hordes of tourists and their guides who will fill the place later in the day. Down at pavement level the narrow streets will be in full shade but the morning light will be catching the tops of the buildings, showing up their varying rooflines; it's a good time for photos with few people around and softer light ... and by the time you get back to your hotel you'll have worked up an appetite for a breakfast that will set you up for another day.

Buy a metro-ticket and visit...

by CvB

Buy a metro-ticket and visit all the beautifull sights of Vienna. I've been to several capitals, but Vienna stays still one of my favorits. Because of the barok buildings, the city is very clean and people are really friendly.

Old houses in Vienna

by Fam_Stoica

The former capital of the Austrian Empire, Vienna is famous for the impressive buildings, erected in many architectural styles : Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Many old houses and palaces were built in the 19th century at the peak of the Empire's power and wealth; these are predominantly opulent structures in Neo-gothic and Neo-renaissance styles, with some striking examples of Art Nouveau (called in Vienna Jugenstil).

This is Kohlmarkt, looking up...

by steventilly

This is Kohlmarkt, looking up towards the Hofburg and with the Demel cafe just up ahead on the right. Demel was at the centre of a legal row with Sacher over the use of the name Sacher Torte (see elsewhere).

Living statues

by Dabs

I'm not sure what compels someone to wake up one morning and says "gee wouldn't it be a great career move to spray paint myself metallic silver and stand entirely still on a box in the center of Vienna" but there certainly are enough that I must assume that there's some money in the gig! Some of the ones we've seen in our travels have been quite good, well, at least in the sense that they can actually stand still until someone plunks a coin into their collection box. The ones we saw in Vienna on this particular day blinked and fidgeted and a few were even caught behind the church sneaking a smoke while in costume.


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