|Distance||270 miles (435 km)|
|Average bus duration||8 h 30 min|
|Average bus ticket price||$51 (€41)|
|Bus providers||Flixbus, Nomago, BlaBlaCar, RegioJet, Baltour, Infobus, Eurolines France or STUDENT AGENCY k. S.|
Buses from Venice to Vienna cover the 270 miles (435 km) long route taking on average 8 h 30 min with our travel partners like Flixbus, Nomago, BlaBlaCar, RegioJet, Baltour, Infobus, Eurolines France or STUDENT AGENCY k. S. There are direct bus services available. You can get the cheapest bus tickets for this journey for as low as $41 (€33), but the average price of bus tickets is $51 (€41). Travelers depart most frequently from Venezia Mestre and arrive in Vienna, International Busterminal (VIB).
Find the best buses between Venice and Vienna with Omio's travel partners FlixBus and Student Agency from $41 (€33). We can find you the best deals, schedules and tickets when comparing and booking the best trip.
Omio helps you find the perfect Venice - Vienna bus with FlixBus. Whether you are searching for the fastest, earliest or cheapest bus from Venice to Vienna, Omio shows you FlixBus’s current bus schedules, tickets, prices and other travel information (such as baggage allowance and amenities onboard) to help you find the best bus ticket for your upcoming Venice to Vienna trip. You can expect to travel around 270 miles (435 km) between Venice and Vienna on a bus with FlixBus. Once you are ready, buy your one-way FlixBus tickets between Venice and Vienna starting as low as $41 (€33) if you book in advance. If you use the Omio app to book your ticket, you can check straight away to see if it's a mobile ticket so that you can go paperless when traveling by bus instead of purchasing tickets at the bus station in person. So, book your tickets with ease and comfort online and enjoy a smooth journey with FlixBus!
Paris to Venice buses run once a day on Sundays, for a total of one bus a week. The bus usually departs around 9:40 p.m. and arrives around 4:40 a.m. The trip lasts 7h 40min and there are 0 changes along the route, which means that passengers do not have to change buses. You can book travel from Paris to Venice by bus in the summer months, when buses run once a day on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, for a total of three buses a week. Sights you can enjoy once you arrive in Vienna include The Belvedere Museum and St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
A journey from Venice to Vienna by bus lasts approximately 7h 40min. The bus often makes one stop in Udine, Italy, but passengers on Paris to Venice buses do not need to change buses during the trip.
Buses run once a day on Sundays, for a total of one bus a week. The bus usually stops in Udine, Italy, but requires 0 transfers, so passengers do not have to switch buses at any point during the journey. You can book tickets for buses in the summer months that depart on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, for a total of three buses a week. The duration of these trips is also approximately 7h 40min. These journeys also often stop in Udine, Italy, and passengers do not change buses during the route. The buses on Sundays as well as the buses in the summer tend to depart around 9:40 p.m. and arrive in Vienna around 4:40 a.m., so be aware that you may be on the bus overnight. If you want to travel from Venice to Vienna by bus, keep checking for departures on different days and at different times, since schedules are subject to change.
Departure bus station: All buses from Venice to Vienna depart from Mestre bus station, which is located in the suburb Mestre on the mainland of Italy just 6 miles (9.7 km) from the heart of Venice, a city which is a chain of islands connected by canals in the Venetian Lagoon. The Mestre station is easily and affordably accessible from Venice. Trams, trains, and buses run every few minutes from Venice to Mestre all at similarly affordable prices and trip times of about 9min.
Arrival bus station: Venice to Vienna buses arrive at the station Vienna HBF, also known as Vienna Hauptbahnhof or Wein HBF, which literally means Vienna’s Main Station. Outside the station, the area where the buses park is also called Vienna Central Station. This station is a busy but spacious hub that many consider to be the most beautiful station in Austria. Inside, the station features restrooms, ticket offices, and Wi-Fi hot spots. Passengers can also take advantage of VIP lounges, luggage lockers, and a supermarket. The station has around 90 shops and a number of places to eat, including sit-down restaurants as well as fast-food places. Disabled travelers can ask for assistance from station staff; the Main Entrance has no stairs; and the station offers designated parking spots and a restroom for the disabled. Vienna HBF is about 8 miles (5.7 km) from the city center, which you can reach by metro in about 15min and by train in about 20min.
RegioJet operates the buses from Venice to Vienna. The buses depart once a week on Sundays for a journey that lasts approximately 7h 40min. Most trips are direct, requiring 0 transfers between buses. Summer schedules expand to include a bus on Wednesday and a bus Friday, for a total of three buses a week.
RegioJet buses from Venice to Vienna offer passengers amenities to insure a comfortable ride. RegioJet provides free coffee and hot chocolate along with refreshments and other beverages you can buy. Free Wi-Fi and an entertainment system are available on all buses. Every bus also has air conditioning, restrooms, seat belts, and complimentary newspapers and magazines. Passengers can refund tickets up to an hour before departure for a small fee, but cannot refund tickets within an hour of departure.
Passengers can stow one larger piece of luggage for free in the baggage hold and they may also carry one piece of smaller luggage onto the bus for free. Be sure to check dimension and weight restrictions for both types of baggage before booking your ticket because there is a charge for oversize luggage. Staff members who work aboard the buses must know in advance if you plan to bring a bicycle on your journey from Venice to Vienna by bus. Therefore, when booking your ticket, make sure you contact RegioJet and inform them that you plan to bring your bike with you. Transport of your bike is not guaranteed on a RegioJet bus because of limited space – there is room for about 2 bikes on every RegioJet bus from Venice to Vienna. If you hope to travel with your bike, you should book your ticket as far in advance as possible. To bring a bike onto the bus, you will have to partially disassemble it and pack it in an appropriate bike bag so that it does not damage other baggage. There is a fee for bringing you bike with you on a RegioJet bus. Traveling with an animal is allowed only on certain RegioJet buses, so if you hope to travel with an animal, double-check to see if your particular bus allows it. Animals, if allowed, must be small, weighing around 20 pounds (9 kg), have proper documentation and vaccinations, and be kept in secure, waterproof carriers at all times. A passenger either holds the carrier during the journey or stows is under the seat. Double check before booking your ticket about pet availability and restrictions. Guide dogs are allowed on all buses but only with the proper documentation for both the dog and handler. Animals usually ride at no extra charge.
Travel by bus between Venice, Italy and Vienna, Austria is: Partially open.
International entry is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Italy
The government of Austria has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
The above information was last checked on 9/22/21. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your bus from Venice to Vienna closer to your date of departure here
Return travel from Austria to Italy is: Partially open.
Entry into Italy is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Austria
Requirements for reentering:
The government of Italy has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Last checked on 9/25/21. Please check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations closer to the travel date of your bus to Venice from Vienna.
Some of the Venice bus stations to Vienna you can start your journey from include Venezia, Aeroporto internazionale Marco Polo di Venezia, Venice, Piazzale Roma (city center, vaporetto) and Venice, Port. Similarly, some of the arrival bus stations in Vienna include Vienna, International Busterminal (VIB), Wien, Hauptbahnhof Wiedner Gürtel/Laxenburger Straße (International Busterminal) and Wien, Hauptbahnhof.
When traveling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from Venezia Mestre and arriving in Vienna, International Busterminal (VIB).
The most popular departure bus station with passengers for this journey, called Venezia Mestre, is located 5 mile (s) / 8 km from the city center of Venice.
The most popular arrival bus station, Vienna, International Busterminal (VIB), is located 2 mile (s) / 3 km away from the city center of Vienna.
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