Lehmanngasse 11, Vienna, Vienna, 1235, Austria
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train destination from salzburg, austria to vienna

by sherriford

Thank you for our assistance.
I am looking at a Nov 2010 trip to Austria and will be travelling by train from Salzburg to Vienna - I would like to know if there is a train station that arrives in Grinzing, Vienna and if it is an easy stop to get to enroute from Salzburg to Vienna
S. Ford

Re: train destination from salzburg, austria to vienna

by leics

You can find train times, fares & details for Austrian trains, in English, here:

There are connections from Salzburg to Wien Grinzing, but they do involve 2 changes.

Re: train destination from salzburg, austria to vienna

by leics

When you search, do not put in November dates. Choose the same day of the week in the coming fortnight or so; November data may not yet be loaded.

Re: train destination from salzburg, austria to vienna

by Maryimelda

The #38 tram runs from Schottentor U-Bahn near Votivkirche in Vienna to Grinzing terminus.
It runs about every 7 minutes up until midnight when the #38A bus takes over. Grinzing is about 7kms from the city centre of Vienna. I stayed in Grinzing last September and there was not much going on with the heurigers at that time, hopefully November might be better.

Re: train destination from salzburg, austria to vienna

by GyuriFT

I would suggest to consider using "Einfach Raus" ticket for 28 Euro. That ticket is a train pass for the entire Austria for entire day, valid from 9:00AM till 3:00AM the next day and up to five people can use it for the same price - i.e. if you are alone you pay 28 Euro, if there are five of you, everyone pays 5.6 Euro/person. So for five people traveling together Austria is a terrific bargain.

Even for a single person it's a good deal because the regular Salzburg-Wien ticket is 47.50 Euro.

But: you can use regional or interregio trains only, no IC/EC/EN/CNL/ICE.

That rule can be lifted by OEBB customer support personal in case of emergencies. Once I traveled using Bavarian Länderticket and Czech "kilometer bank" ticket on Austrian/German ICE across Austria... because the German rail goofed up track near Munich, there were delays and we missed the Munich-Praha train. So they did allow us to go via Austria because there wasn't any train to Praha on that day anymore.

The lesson: even with tickets having limitations you can lift the limitations - provided it's approved at the station. If there is a slightest problem - they will approve. But you have to ask, otherwise it's not legal.

Travel Tips for Vienna

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by Muya

The Kärtnerstraße is a famous shopping street, where you can find everything from souvenirs to clothes and shoes. You'll find many places to have a drink or a little something to eat too.
It is also the main street that links the Stephansdom to the Staatsoper.

Christkindlmarkt (Christmas Market)

by Fam_Stoica

The Christmas Market is a special event; every year, in the Rathausplatz (in front of the City Hall), more than 120 wood houses are plenty of season gifts. In addition, Gluhwein, Punch, Bratkartoffeln and Maroni are the most appreciated.

Wine areas of Vienna

by Zo72

I find it quite amazing that large wine areas are located within city itself accompanied with numerous Heurigen (wine taverns).

Probably best known such area is Grinzing, northwestern suburb of Vienna, area largely explored by tourists. It is not considered to be very "Viennese" anymore, but when I was there in one of the Heurigen near last station of tram 38, the only company I had were old Viennese.

Similar but less touristy place is Stammersdorf, village on the northern edge of Vienna reachable by tram 31.

Interesting option for wine lovers is also to take a walk from Kahlenberg or Leopoldsberg hills on the northwestern edge of Vienna to Heiligenstadt. Small wine places can be found within vineyards on hills.


by Muya

This is a local specialty that you'll find in every shop !
Maybe a bit expensive... but believe me, they're good ! They have different kinds of those delicious chocolates, in every sort of decorative the choice is yours :-)


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