Cars in front of the Rossauer Barracks

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As tolls are compulsory on all motorways and expressways in Austria, you will also need a vignette to use Vienna's city motorways. You can find detailed information on the toll charges here. The route planner will help you find the best way to Vienna.

Parking in Vienna

Parking fees in the short-stay parking zone apply to almost the entire Vienna metropolitan area. The short-stay parking zone operates in all districts from Monday to Friday, from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm, for a maximum stay of two hours. You can find detailed information on the short-stay parking zone and where to park on the pages covering Parking in Vienna...

You can park your car for longer periods at affordable rates in one of Vienna's Park & Ride garages.

You can obtain the latest road condition report from the Austrian Automobile Club ÖAMTC on tel. 0 800 120 120 (from outside Austria on +43-800-120 120) and at and .

Car rentals in Vienna:

Bus connections within Austria

The well developed public bus network of Postbus brings you from the surrounding provinces to Vienna safely and in comfort.

International bus connections

The international Eurolines long-distance bus routes connect all of Europe to Vienna. Full details on timetables, online bookings etc. can be found at

The long-distance bus company Flixbus offers bus routes throughout Europe. More information at

Bus service providers can compare trips in Europe and make bookings on the portal Omio. More information at

The Bus Drivers' Guide of the Vienna Tourist Board informs bus and coach drivers about bus parking places, parking fees for buses and boarding/disembarking points for guests at Vienna's attractions.

There are three major bus terminals in Vienna:

VIB - Vienna International Busterminal

Erdbergstraße 200 A
1030 Vienna

Bus parking lot Stadion Center

Engerthstraße 242
1020 Vienna

Bus parking lot Wien Hauptbahnhof

Südtiroler Platz
1040 Vienna
Cars in front of the Rossauer Barracks
© WienTourismus/Paul Bauer
Post bus in the city
© Theo Kust
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