Eurospine 2020

7–9 October, Vienna, Austria


Your Journey to Vienna

Access by plane

More than 100 international airlines offer scheduled services to Vienna. Several daily flights between Vienna and the main European capitals and business centres exist. Austrian Airlines, the country's flag carrier, connects several cities worldwide with Vienna and offers modern aircrafts and excellent service. Vienna International Airport at Schwechat, 19 km (12 miles) from the city centre, is state-of-the-art in every respect.

From the airport to the city centre and vice versa via:
At 20-minute intervals, the Vienna Airport Lines depart between 05:30 and 24:00 daily.
Cost: approx. € 8
Duration: approx. 20-30 min.

The urban railway leaves at 10-30 min. intervals between 05:00 and 22:00 daily.
Cost: approx. € 4
Duration: approx. 30-40 min.

Take Autobahn A4 from the Airport to Vienna. The city centre is signposted.

The City Airport Train runs at 30-minute intervals from 06:05 to 23:00 daily from the airport to train station "Landstrasse/ Wien Mitte".
Cost: approx. € 10
Duration: approx. 16min.
Advantages of CAT:
  • In the CAT terminal lockers are provided which can be used by CAT customers free of charge.
  • It is possible to check-in your luggage at the CAT Terminal at Wien Mitte and continue your travel with hand luggage only.
  • free high-speed WIFI as well as power outlets and USB ports on the trains
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Getting around in Vienna

Public Transportation Vienna
The congress venue (Reed Messe Wien, Station: U2 Messe-Prater) as well as all hotels can easily be reached using Vienna's efficient and modern public transport network of underground lines, trams and busses. Depending on the line in question, hours of operation are between 05:00 and 00:30 daily.

Single Trip Ticket - € 2.40
24 Hours - € 8.00
48 Hours - € 14.10
72 Hours - € 17.10
Public transportation tickets are available in Vienna Transport Authority's ticket offices, as well as at the ticket machines in all underground stations.

Several taxi companies exist - recommended telephone numbers to order a taxi:
+43 1 31 300
+43 1 40 100
+43 1 81 400
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