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ÖBB
With transfers
2h 37m
ÖBB
ÖBB
With transfers
2h 49m
ÖBB
ÖBB
With transfers
2h 37m
ÖBB
ÖBB
With transfers
1h 25m
ÖBB
ÖBB
With transfers
2h 49m
ÖBB
Regiojet
With transfers
4h 00m
Regiojet

Vienna train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains to Vienna

RETURN FROM

£22

ONE-WAY FROM

£11

POPULAR STATION

Vienna Hauptbahnhof

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

ÖBB
The cheapest return train ticket to Vienna is from Graz, starting at £22. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Vienna is from Graz, starting at £11. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Vienna Hauptbahnhof is one of the most popular stations in Vienna
ÖBB and AccesRail also service this route

Vienna Train Station Directory

Location of major train stations in Vienna
Vienna Wiener Neustadt Katzelsdorf/LeithaVienna, 47.792824, 16.266937
Vienna OttakringVienna, 48.210705, 16.311726
Vienna FloridsdorfVienna, 48.255352, 16.40081
Vienna SpittelauVienna, 48.236954, 16.35865
Vienna GersthofVienna, 48.229805, 16.330109
Vienna HernalsVienna, 48.222343, 16.314505

Book return train tickets to Vienna

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets to Vienna that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
ÖBB
13 Mar
05:26Graz Hauptbahnhof
2h 37m
08:03Vienna Hauptbahnhof
15 Mar
06:24Vienna Hauptbahnhof
3h 01m
1 stop
09:25Graz Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
28 Feb
04:10Linz Hauptbahnhof
1h 25m
05:35Vienna Hauptbahnhof
4 Apr
00:28Vienna Hauptbahnhof
1h 29m
01:57Linz Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
28 Feb
04:10Linz Hauptbahnhof
1h 25m
05:35Vienna Hauptbahnhof
5 Apr
04:55Vienna Hauptbahnhof
1h 33m
06:28Linz Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
29 Feb
05:32Linz Hauptbahnhof
1h 33m
07:05Vienna Hauptbahnhof
4 Apr
00:28Vienna Hauptbahnhof
1h 29m
01:57Linz Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
13 Mar
06:26Graz Hauptbahnhof
2h 36m
09:02Vienna Hauptbahnhof
15 Mar
06:58Vienna Hauptbahnhof
2h 39m
09:37Graz Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
12 Mar
05:26Graz Hauptbahnhof
2h 37m
08:03Vienna Hauptbahnhof
13 Mar
06:24Vienna Hauptbahnhof
3h 01m
1 stop
09:25Graz Hauptbahnhof

Book one-way train tickets to Vienna

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to Vienna found on momondo in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find available train tickets by date.
ÖBB
3 Mar
05:26Graz Hauptbahnhof
2h 37m
08:03Vienna Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
26 Mar
04:14Graz Hauptbahnhof
2h 49m
07:03Vienna Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
3 Mar
05:26Graz Hauptbahnhof
2h 37m
08:03Vienna Central Bus Station
ÖBB
21 Mar
04:10Linz Hauptbahnhof
1h 25m
05:35Vienna Central Bus Station
ÖBB
3 May
04:14Graz Hauptbahnhof
2h 49m
07:03Vienna Hauptbahnhof
Regiojet
20 Mar
16:15Prague Hlavní
4h 00m
20:15Vienna Central Bus Station

FAQs for booking trains to Vienna

How to get to the centre of Vienna from popular train stations?

With cheap train tickets to Vienna, you will most likely find yourself at the biggest train station in the city, Vienna Central Station. It is based in the Favoriten District, which places you central to all the action and public transportation routes. From Vienna Central station to the centre of Vienna, you can take the U1 subway and hop off at the St Stephens Station interchange; alternatively, take a tram, bus or taxi from right outside Central Station, which will have you in the centre of the city quickly. If you choose to take Vienna trains to Westbahnhof, you will be able to reach the city centre by hopping on the Tram line 49 or taking a taxi, which will take you there in a few minutes. In fact, if you are planning to go to Vienna City Hall, you could even walk the short distance. In general, trains to Vienna offer the quickest and most economical solution for public transportation, in particular the highly efficient subway trains.

Can you leave luggage at train stations in Vienna?

When you take the rail to Vienna, you may want to leave your luggage in storage while you explore the Austrian city. There is nothing better than being able to enjoy a day trip without the concern for bags or the weight of them holding you back. There are a variety of train stations that offer luggage locker rentals for reasonable prices. Vienna Central Station, Bf. Wien Mitte, Westbahnhof, Praterstern and Meidling Station are all run by the same service provider and charge the same rate for 24 hours. With Vienna trains, you can find lockers that range from small to large in size and are guaranteed that your belongings are stored safely, whilst you enjoy your day out.

What services are available at the popular stations in Vienna?

With train tickets to Vienna, you can choose stations according to geographical location or size. Most are run by OBB, the main Austrian railway service provider, who have set a high standard in train travel and offer great services at the stations. Bigger stations such as Vienna Central Station offer a truly modern, full transportation hub with easy access to ticketing, lounges to relax in, supermarkets, boutiques and great dining choices. Luggage storage, ATMs and easy mobility for disabled passengers are also available for travellers’ convenience. Westbahnhof is another popular station in Vienna that is smaller in size than Central Station but has good amenities and services, to set you comfortably on your journey. Having been one of the main stations in the city before Central Station was built, Westbahnhof is equipped with shops, restaurants, ATMs, luggage lockers and good access for disabled passengers. Praterstern Train Station is one of the oldest stations in the city and still commonly used by a large number of commuters. It has the basic services to make it a comfortable and convenient station, including shops, lockers and ATMs. Smaller interchanges such as St Stephens Station are popular due to their geographical placement in the heart of Vienna, but serve more as a link between larger hubs.

Do I need identification to travel to Vienna by train?

With cheap train tickets to Vienna, you will need to keep certain documents on you during your journey. Your train ticket will be important and may be checked more than once. If you are taking the train to Vienna from outside of Austria, you will need to have your passport with you. Alternatively, all travellers on Vienna trains will need to have their government-issued ID on them, such as a driver’s license or ID papers.

How much is a train ticket to Vienna Intl?

The ticket price can vary depending on general demand and more importantly where you’re coming from. If you’re leaving from a popular departure point like Brno for instance, prices usually start around £477. Klagenfurt and Salzburg are other options, with prices usually starting from around £25 and £48 respectively.

What is the main train station in Vienna Intl?

Most people in Vienna Intl will arrive at Vienna Hauptbahnhof, one of the most accessible stations in the area. Some frequently accessed cities you can get to by train from Vienna Hauptbahnhof are Brno, Klagenfurt, and Ostrava.

What train companies go to Vienna Intl?

Vienna Intl is serviced by some of the leading coach companies. Keep in mind that your options may vary by the city you’re departing from. Our data shows that ÖBB and AccesRail were frequently booked by travellers.

How far in advance should I book a train to Vienna Intl?

For £11 one-way on average, you can catch a train ride to Vienna Intl. We don’t expect any changes in price for the next 3 months. Seats may fill unexpectedly, so book when you can to secure your seat.

How far is the centre of Vienna Intl from Vienna Hauptbahnhof, Wiener Neustadt Katzelsdorf/Leitha and Vienna Ottakring stations?

Vienna Hauptbahnhof station is 9.8 mi from Vienna Intl, Wiener Neustadt Katzelsdorf/Leitha station is 26.3 mi from Vienna Intl, and Vienna Ottakring station is 13.4 mi from Vienna Intl.

How far is Vienna Hauptbahnhof from Vienna West Train Station, Vienna City Hall and Stephansplatz?

From Vienna Hauptbahnhof, it’s 2.1 mi to get to Vienna West Train Station, 1.6 mi to get to Vienna City Hall, and 1.5 mi to get to Stephansplatz.


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