Bundesland Wien Transportation

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Bundesland Wien Transportation

  • Bus,tram&Metro

    Vienna Transportation

    Vienna is one of the safest towns in europe, and public transport is quite save (but after midnight only every 30 minutes, running on a different grid), and tramways and buses go everywhere. A single ticket is € 2,20 at ticket machines, 24 hours € 7,60, 48 hours € 13,30, 72 hours € 16,50 and 8 days 38,40. Available in the Vienna Transport ticket...

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  • Vienna Card & day tickets

    Vienna Transportation

    We bought the Vienna card on the internet before we went. You can order it here: http://www.wienkarte.at/EN/?l=e These are the disounts and benefits: http://www.wien.info/article.asp?IDArticle=9400 Or you can buy it from the Info counter in the airport arrivals hall just before customs and at almost any hotel. We found it handy, you stamp it...

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  • by train to Vienna

    Vienna Transportation

    At the moment the cheapest way from Vienna to Budapest is by bus, Orangeways from Olympiaplatz 2./Entgerthstrasse (U 2 station Stadion, close to the soccer stadion) via Vienna airport to Üllõi út 129, FTC Stadion, Budapest, with online booking fron 2990 Forint, about € 10, but most connections are 4900 Forint, 3 buses per day, unfortunately their...

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  • by airplane to Vienna

    Vienna Transportation

    The cheapest way is by S Bahn, S 7 (train) to Wien Simmering (U 3), Wien Rennweg (S Bahn to Wien Hauptbahnhof), Wien Mitte (U 3, U 4), Wien Handelskai (U 6) and Wien Floridsdorf every 30 minutes, € 4,40 (including travel on Vienna public transport) and 24 minutes, if you come out of the custom area go to the right and follow the signs to the CAT...

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  • Excursions FROM Vienna

    Vienna Transportation

    There are up to 5 regular boats per day from late March until late October from Vienna to Bratislava from € 20 to € 35. http://www.twincityliner.com/ There is a hydrofoil from Vienna to Budapest, € 109: http://www.ddsg-blue-danube.at/de/linie_international_tragfluegelboot_nach_budapest There are several boats from Melk via Duernstein to Krems, €...

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  • Bike & Viennabike

    Vienna Transportation

    THIS is a funny way to explore Vienna ! All you have to do is REGISTER with an Austrian Bancomat-card (ATM-card), registry is just 2 Euros. the 1st hour is free 2 hours = 2 Euros 3 hours is 4 Euros 4 hours is 8 Euros every extra hour is 4 Euro afterwards. Get your bike at one of the many bike-stations ( most of them are close to...

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  • by car & highway to Vienna

    Vienna Transportation

    Are you nervous about taking your baby or child on a plane trip? You aren't alone, most parents are nervous about it. We have moved with the kids to Alkmaar by car this holiday and drove some distances by car on when we were there and we learned a few things that hopefully will help you. General: Bring books, old favourite toys and new surprise...

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  • Fiaker

    Vienna Transportation

    Right from the start, I must admit that since my family owns a ranch and I live in Quebec CIty, where horse-drawn carriages are pretty common, paying for a ride is rarely at the top of my list of things to do when I travel abroad and Vienna was no exception. However, the horse-drawn carriages gathering around Stephansdom are pretty cute and pretty...

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  • parking of a car

    Vienna Transportation

    You would indeed have to pay to park. You can purchase parking "passes" in any traffik/tabak shop. They are usually pads with designated times for parking that you leave on your dashboard after parking your vehicle.

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  • zzz- under construction

    Vienna Transportation

    From Vienna you can travel east to Slovakia and Hungary or west to Krems and Passau. To get to the boats you need to head to U1 station Vorgartenstrasse and follow the signs to DDSG. You can buy the tickets from the counter there or sometimes from bigger stations. Their internet website provides more information. Most boats run from April to...

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  • Public transportatin system

    First of all: it's the best public transportation system I've seen! You can go to point A to point B (no matter which this point are) in no time, with airconditioned buses or metro's. All this are clean and I've never so a crowdy one in my 5 day long trip to Wien.About price: if u stay more than one day, it's a good ideea to take a Vienna Card,...

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