Mass Transportation Systems in Vienna

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Mass Transportation Systems in Vienna

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  • Kermit1958
    Fulda, Germany19 contributions
    Even for someone who has never used a subway the color coding makes it so easy. Buy a weekend ticket and enjoy the experience .
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • Thomas L
    Teddington, UK2 contributions
    I travelled one way from Vienna to the airport. Whilst the ticket stated that it should be printed, you can safely use it on your smartphone, which is what I did as I didn’t have access to a printer.

    Also worth pointing out is that there are only two trains per hour, so check the timetable before heading out.

    The train itself was spacious with comfortable seating & plenty of room for luggage. Would happily use again when visiting Vienna.
    Written October 19, 2019
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  • JohnMason1957
    Glasgow, UK182 contributions
    Was hoping to manage a day trip to Salzburg during my week in Vienna and managed it thanks to WESTbahn. OBB would have cost over €100 but the return with WESTbahn was only €40. 2 hours 20mins each way. Great trains, comfortable, Wi-Fi, phone chargers,... Highly recommended.
    Written February 11, 2020
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  • CPaM68
    Texas610 contributions
    Using the Trams in Vienna is absolutely a great way to get around to see and explore one of Europe's most picturesque and historic cities. Vienna is served by an extensive network of trams that have been in operation since 1865. Today, it has the fifth largest tram network in the world in total length. The distinctive red and white trams are easy to spot, and your public transport ticket is valid for all of them (with two exceptions: the yellow sightseeing Ring Tram and the pink Christmas Tram). Some 30 different tram lines crisscross the city and its outskirts, with most going to and from the city center like spokes on a wheel. They don’t seem to travel very fast for a rail system, but I understand that they can’t go through intersections very fast above ground. Every city has its good points and bad points, and the public tram system is definitely one of Vienna’s good points. Coming from a place that lacks any real semblance of a good public transportation system makes you really appreciate it. (PaM)
    Written September 21, 2021
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