|Avg. Train Duration:|
5 hours 40 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||$33|
|Trains depart from:||Innsbruck|
|Trains arrive in:||Vienna|
|Train Companies:||ÖBB, ÖBB | S-Bahn, ÖBB | REX|
The Innsbruck - Vienna train links two of Austria's largest cities. Depending on the time of day, there is a direct train from Innsbruck Central Station approx. every 1-2 hours to Vienna Westbahnhof. The first Innsbruck - Vienna train connection starts early at 5, the last at 1.30. The Austrian company Österreichische Bundesbahn operates Railjet, EuroNight and IC trains on the route. Depending on the type of train, the trips take a good 4-6 hours. In addition, there are transfer connections which, however, do not require much longer. The changeover takes place in Salzburg.
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The capital of Austria is world-famous for its magnificent buildings from various eras, including the Gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral, the Imperial Hofburg and the Hundertwasserhaus. Thanks to its unique cultural offerings, tourists also value Vienna as the capital of music and art. Vienna's nightlife with its club and bar scene is also very popular with visitors.
The Innsbruck Central Station is located in the eastern part of the city center, so the journey Innsbruck - Vienna by train is very easy. At the bus station in front of the main station there are regional bus lines as well as numerous city bus lines, including 4162, 4165, 4166, 4176 and 8352. From the centrally located Innsbruck Finanzamt station, these lines take about 8 minutes to the main station. During the day the buses run every 8 minutes.
The trains from Innsbruck arrive in Vienna at Westbahnhof. It is located on the western edge of the city center, about 4 kilometers from St. Stephen's Cathedral. Under the station is the underground station of the same name, where the lines U3 and U6 depart. With the U3, travelers reach the city center every 3 minutes during the day. The underground U3 leaves in 9 minutes to the station Wien Mitte-Landstraße. The U6 connects the Westbahnhof with the northern and western districts of Vienna. During the night there are connections to the night lines N49 and N75, which stop at the centrally located Wien Oper station, for example.