VIENNA HAUPTBAHNHOF TRAIN STATION

This is Vienna`s new central hub station (opened fully in December 2015). All international trains and all ÖBB domestic mainline trains now use Vienna Hauptbahnhof, and it`s the station you would normally want to use. Hauptbahnhof is often abbreviated to Hbf, and it simply means main station in German. And Vienna is of course Wien in German.

Address: Alfred-Adler-Straße 107, 1100 Wien, Austria

Transportation from the Vienna Hauptbahnhof Train Station:

Walking: Walking to the city sights from the train station can be donw, but it is a fair way. Vienna HBF to St. Stephan`s Cathedral is 1.8 miles, about 40 minutes. You may prefer to take the metro or a taxi.

U-Bahn: Vienna HBF is on line U1 of the Vienna U-Bahn. This will take you direct to Stephansplatz in the city center, change there for line U3 to Vienna Westbahnhof. Vienna Meildling is on line U6. U-Bahn stations are marked with a distinctive U sign. For metro information visit www.wienerlinien.at.

Taxis: Taxis are typically plentiful outside the station.

Traffic and infrastructure:

Direct transport connections to twelve S-Bahn lines, Underground line U1 (Südtiroler Platz), tram lines D, O, 18, Bus lines 13A and 69A and regional buses
Five roofed-over island platforms/ten platforms
Car park and bicycle park, car ports for the disabled, taxi stands, et cetera.
Shopping centre with more than 80 shops and a range of restaurants

Communications:

Codes
International Code: 011
Country Code: 43
City Code: 1

Wi-Fi Service:
Hotspot covering the entire station.

Services:

Accessibility:
24 hour assistance is available to travelers with mobility issues.
Please call 05 171755 or email: mobilitaetsservice@pv.oebb.at. 24 hour advance notice required.

Baggage Consignment:
Coin-operated luggage lockers are available 24 hours.

Lost and Found:
Hours: Open Monday through Friday
Phone number: 01 93000 22 222

Other services at the station:
The station is connected to a full service shopping center with over 90 shops and eating establishments.

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VIENNA HAUPTBAHNHOF TRAIN STATION

This is Vienna`s new central hub station (opened fully in December 2015). All international trains and all ÖBB domestic mainline trains now use Vienna Hauptbahnhof, and it`s the station you would normally want to use. Hauptbahnhof is often abbreviated to Hbf, and it simply means main station in German. And Vienna is of course Wien in German.

Address: Alfred-Adler-Straße 107, 1100 Wien, Austria

Transportation from the Vienna Hauptbahnhof Train Station:

Walking: Walking to the city sights from the train station can be donw, but it is a fair way. Vienna HBF to St. Stephan`s Cathedral is 1.8 miles, about 40 minutes. You may prefer to take the metro or a taxi.

U-Bahn: Vienna HBF is on line U1 of the Vienna U-Bahn. This will take you direct to Stephansplatz in the city center, change there for line U3 to Vienna Westbahnhof. Vienna Meildling is on line U6. U-Bahn stations are marked with a distinctive U sign. For metro information visit www.wienerlinien.at.

Taxis: Taxis are typically plentiful outside the station.

Traffic and infrastructure:

Direct transport connections to twelve S-Bahn lines, Underground line U1 (Südtiroler Platz), tram lines D, O, 18, Bus lines 13A and 69A and regional buses
Five roofed-over island platforms/ten platforms
Car park and bicycle park, car ports for the disabled, taxi stands, et cetera.
Shopping centre with more than 80 shops and a range of restaurants

Communications:

Codes
International Code: 011
Country Code: 43
City Code: 1

Wi-Fi Service:
Hotspot covering the entire station.

Services:

Accessibility:
24 hour assistance is available to travelers with mobility issues.
Please call 05 171755 or email: mobilitaetsservice@pv.oebb.at. 24 hour advance notice required.

Baggage Consignment:
Coin-operated luggage lockers are available 24 hours.

Lost and Found:
Hours: Open Monday through Friday
Phone number: 01 93000 22 222

Other services at the station:
The station is connected to a full service shopping center with over 90 shops and eating establishments.