The Audio Show

November 23 + 24, 2024

Getting to the Austria Center Vienna

You can reach the Austria Center Vienna easily by public transport. If you need to get to Vienna by car, we recommend car pools. In addition, CO2 emissions can be offset by means of compensation payments; this applies in particular to travel by air.

Public transport

Vienna offers excellent train connections to all major European cities, especially via sleeper train. The Austria Center Vienna is easy to access from the city’s train stations via public transport.

Vienna Central Station: Underground line U1 – 20 minutes without changing

Westbahnhof station: Underground lines U3 and U6
Praterstern station: Underground line U1

Vienna is also home to a dense public transport network offering underground lines, tram lines and more than 100 bus routes. The waiting times are short, only reaching three to five minutes during peak hours. The journey from the Austria Center Vienna to the Stephansplatz square takes just seven minutes with the U1 underground line. The station “Kaisermühlen VIC” is just a few minutes’ walk away from the event venue.

You can use the following timetables and route plans to plan your journey on public transport in Vienna:


Quelle: Wienerlinien Copyright Manfred Helmer

Arrival at the Airport

Vienna International Airport is located 16 kilometres south-east of Vienna city centre and offers scheduled flight connections to all European metropolises. Thanks to excellent road and rail connections, you can get to Vienna city centre from the airport within 15 to 45 minutes, depending on the mode of transport.

You can find passenger and flight information at:

If travelling by plane is not an alternative, please consider the possibility of a CO2 compensation payment (see e.g.


By car

When travelling by car, you can get to the Austria Center Vienna via the so-called “Donauufer” motorway, the A22. Take the exit marked “Austria Center Vienna/VIC (Vienna International Center)” to the “Reichsbrücke” bridge or Wagramer Strasse.

You can find out how to get there here:



Parking options

The underground car park offers plenty of parking spaces and ten charging stations for electric vehicles.