The new Main Station has turned Vienna into an international railway hub.
Vienna Main Station and Vienna Meidling Train Station
The Vienna Central Train Station is the most modern and important national and international transportation hub in Austria. All of Austrian Federal Railways’ (ÖBB) long-distance trains stop here and at the Wien-Meidling station a bit further south. Linking the west, south, north and east lines creates two opportunities to switch trains. Nearly every long-distance destination served by the ÖBB can be reached with a maximum of one change of trains. Railjets and Intercity Express (long-distance) trains coming from the west also go to the Central Train Station, meaning a change to one of the southern lines takes no time at all. State capitals Bregenz, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Klagenfurt, Linz and St. Pölten are connected directly to Vienna’s airport via the Main Station.
Getting to the Main Station and Wien-Meidling station is easy with public transportation. They can be reached from any subway or rapid transit railway station in Vienna in under 30 minutes.
Parking spaces for people with disabilities
At entrance on Eichenstrasse
Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
Special offers for people with disabilities
Request for assistance on the platform for wheelchair users: tel. +43 (0)5 17 17 menu item 5, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guidance system for the visually impaired available throughout the station.
All platforms are wheelchair accessible. Elevators at both ends of the platform.
Vienna's Westbahnhof, which has also been called BahnhofCity since the general refurbishment and expansion (2008-2011), is the Viennese terminus for trains arriving from Western Europe and Western Austria.
A larger shopping mall, a diverse dining experience and, of course, all the services of Austrian Railways are now available at Vienna's Westbahnhof. The excellent reception of the remodeling amongst passengers is reflected in first place in this year's station testcarried out by the Verkehrsclub Österreich (VCÖ). The airport bus operated by Vienna AirportLines continues to stop at Europaplatz, in front of the station building.
Request for assistance on the platform for wheelchair users: tel. +43 (0)5 1717 menu item 5, e-mail: email@example.com. Designated car boarding and alighting points for wheelchair users at the entrance on Europaplatz. Guidance system for the blind available throughout the station.
The main entrance from Europaplatz into the newly designed train station hall and all platforms are wheelchair-accessible. Direct wheelchair access from the subway lines (U3 and U6) into the train station hall is also possible. Within BahnhofCity Wien West, elevators enable barrier-free access to all levels. All platforms are wheelchair accessible.
The extremely busy station (approx. 650 trains and 268,000 passengers per day) near the city center is one of the most important transport hubs in the city. Wien Mitte is the intersection for two subway lines (U3 and U4), five express train lines, including the airport express train S7, tram line O and bus line 74A, which enable rapid onward journeys. In addition to check-in counters for numerous airlines, the station also houses the terminal for the airport express train City Airport Train CAT. The modern station also offer plenty of shopping options with "The Mall".
Request for assistance on the platform for wheelchair users: tel. +43 (0) 5 17 17 menu item 5, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct wheelchair access to the station hall is possible from the Landstraßer Hauptstrasse. Wheelchair access to the City Airport Train CAT is possible from Marxergasse. Platforms 1/2, 3/4 are center platforms at basement level. Access by lift is only possible with the metro lifts for the U3 and U4 lines!! Travel permit required for the metro!! Platform 23 is the platform for the CAT and can be reached by lift through the CAT terminal.