Hotel Eitljorg

Filmteichstrasse 5, Vienna, 1100, Austria
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Forum Posts

How to get from River Cruise Dock to Westbahnhof Station

by paulines

I am doing a river cruise from Amsterdam to Vienna in May, I am then catching a train from Vienna to Zurich, what is the best way to transfer from the boat to the train. I am intending catching the 7.20am train so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Re: How to get from River Cruise Dock to Westbahnhof Station

by Maryimelda

YOu might think that i'm a bit flippant about this, but I honestly feel that when time is of the essence at anytime of the day, but most especially in the early morning, that it is best to bite the bullet and get a taxi. You will find plenty of them at the cruise terminal. I have never had a bad experience with taxi drivers in Vienna. It really is worthwhile to spend the money and have some peace of mind. There's nothing worse than panicking when you think that you are going to miss a travel ocnnection.

Re: How to get from River Cruise Dock to Westbahnhof Station

by globetrott

I agree about a taxi !
Ships mostly dock in Nussdorf, where you have a long boulevard along the river: the Danube is at one side and a fence at the other side and you have to find the tiny place to slip through that fence in order to get to a tram, bus etc...
Public transport would mean that you walk first several hundred meters to get to the tram D that goes through half of Vienna before you will get to the Ringstrasse, where you change to U3 for 3 more stations to Westbahnhof.(You could also change to U6 but would need some extra walking). Total ride about 1 hour
that train next to the Danube will go to Bahnhof NORD, from there you walk a bit to U6 that takes you to Westbahnhof: total ride maybe a bit less than 1 hour
Take it easy for the breakfast and invest maybe 20 euros into a taxi

Re: How to get from River Cruise Dock to Westbahnhof Station

by Maryimelda

Since you are the expert when it comes to Vienna, Michael, I am so glad to hear that you feel that a taxi is the best option, and after all is 20 euro going to break anyone's bank? I don't think so.

Travel Tips for Vienna


by Peret

As a lot of cities in centre Europe, Vienna is perfect to take a walk in bike. We rented three in the prater, and went around the Donau, the ONU city. It was not expensive, everybody can pay. That is a great memory that i keep. If you can, don't miss it. The streets and the citizens are quite ready to the bikes.

Take a walk

by blaird

We did quite a bit of walking when we were in Vienna. While we U-Bahn-ed it to St Stephens, we walked for miles afterwards. The architecture is beautiful along the way. As we walked towards the Hofburg we were amazed at the orante scultures all around and teh beautiful churches. Find a map and take a walk, it's the best way around.

Castle (schloss) Schonbrunn

by tomeek

Royal palace at the outskirts of Vienna, famous Schonnbrunn castle, actual residence of king and queen. Todays entire compound is a museum, castle tour includes visit to the park, labyrinth (maze), zoo (not included in basic price), and bakery, where you will taste the most delicious apple cake I have ever tasted in my life!


by bugulma

Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663 - 1736), the most brilliant military mind of his age, commissioned Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt to design and build the garden palace Belvedere as a summer residence outside the walls of the city. The palace, one of the most exquisite Baroque structures in the world, consists of two palaces (Upper and Lower Belvedere). Unfortunately I was in the city in not good time (December 30-31), and I was there in evening only.


by Skipka

It is typical feature of Vienna. Fiakers take you around the deep core of the center and you should feel the special atmosphere of this city. The smell of old times when Sisi and other nobles were living in the city. Hofburg and other important places are full of fiakers so you can easily hire one.


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