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Vienna Public Transport

Getting Around Vienna by Public Transportation

Vienna features one of the most accessible and navigable public transportation systems in the world.  Whether you are looking for a bus, a tram, or want to rent a car or bike, you can! If you are looking for a way to travel and get discounts on attractions and restaurants, the Vienna Card is exactly what you need to get around. And with prices low as one euro, public transportation is the way to travel!

Vienna Public Transport


How amazing would it be if you could order a taxi from an app on your phone? In Vienna, you can do just that!  You can order a taxi through iTunes, at taxi stands located throughout the city, and through taxi company links.  Though you do have to register for some taxi services and fees can occasionally add up quickly, the ease with which you can travel with a taxi is nothing short of amazing. 


The subway in Vienna, or, the Ubahn, is one of the fastest ways to travel through Vienna’s suburbs. You can choose from five train lines to get to various points, including Karsplatz, a main, underground train hub. Each train line covers well traveled routes and allow passengers to connect from one train to the next. Train fares range from €1.10 for half price tickets for children, up to €365 for a year long pass. 


Trams are a wonderful means of transportation as well as a comfortable way to see Vienna’s sites.  With service that runs at least 18 hours a day, there are few times you can’t catch one.  The Strassenbahn takes straphangers to local venues as well as popular attractions, and is readily accessed by easy- to- see tram stops. What’s more, you can purchase a single ticket or an annual one, depending on your personal travel needs. 


Bus service is available 24 hours a day, with limited service at night.  The buses cover a lot of ground, making the need to switch very minimal.  Tickets can be purchased from the drivers on the bus, and with 127 bus lines, you can get just about everywhere in Vienna.

Transport App- qando

Transportation apps like qando, determine the best routes and transportation needed for your trip.  With highly sophisticated, frequently updated data, you can travel confidently,  knowing what roads to avoid and why.  Qando cuts down on unnecessary waiting for buses and trains, since you can easily access your ride’s scheduled arrival.

In the category Vienna Public Transport, you will find information about Getting around Vienna by public transport: Taxis, Ubahn, Strassenbahn, Bus, qando App, etc

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