Travel and transport in Vienna(Austria)

Wien Hauptbahnhof
  • Wien Hauptbahnhof

    Wien Hauptbahnhof (German for "Vienna Main station"; also referred to in English as "Vienna Hauptbahnhof" and commonly abbreviated in German as "Wien Hbf") is the main railway station in Vienna, Austria, located in the Favoriten district. Wien Hauptbahnhof has replaced the Wien Südbahnhof terminus with a through station linking four major railway lines converging on Vienna from the North, East, West and South. The new station offers significantly improved, principally international, connectivity. By moving the main access to Südtiroler Platz, the ...
Wien Südbahnhof
  • Wien Südbahnhof

    Wien Südbahnhof (German for Vienna South Station) was Vienna's largest railway terminus. It closed in December 2009 and was demolished in 2010 to be replaced with a new station, Wien Hauptbahnhof. It was located in Favoriten, in the south-east of the city. The East-bound rail services of Südbahnhof remain in operation throughout the reconstruction via provisional train station "Südbahnhof (Ostbahn)".
Wien Nordwestbahnhof
  • Wien Nordwestbahnhof

    Wien Nordwestbahnhof (translated as Vienna Northwest Railway Station, abbreviated as Wien NWBH) is a goods station on the move to a city development area in Brigittenau district of Vienna, Austria / EU. Passenger transport already ended 1959. It serves as the southern terminus of the Austrian Northwestern Railway. The northwestern terminus of the line was Prague Těšnov station. Freight transport is in the phase of termination. By 2025, a new district will be built on the site. An interim use ...
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Wien Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof
  • Wien Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof

    Wien Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof (translated as Vienna Franz Joseph Station, abbreviated as Wien FJB) is a train station in the Alsergrund district of Vienna, Austria. It serves as the southern terminus of the Emperor Franz Joseph Railway.
Pilgramgasse (Vienna U-Bahn)
  • Pilgramgasse (Vienna U-Bahn)

    Pilgramgasse is a station on the Vienna U-Bahn line U4. It is located in Margareten between Ramperstorffergasse and the eponymous street, which is named after Franz Anton Pilgram (1699–1761), an Austrian Baroque architect. The station is in an open cut parallel to the River Wien and curves to match the curve of the river.
  • Wien Praterstern railway station

    Wien Praterstern (German for Vienna Praterstern) is one of Vienna's main railway stations, being used by 35,000 people daily. It is located on the roundabout Praterstern in Leopoldstadt, in the north of the city. Vienna's two most recognisable structures, the Wiener Riesenrad (Ferris wheel) and the Stephansdom (cathedral) are both visible from the platforms. Underneath the station is the Praterstern U-Bahn station, which is on and of the Vienna U-Bahn.
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