Arrive By Train

Did you know it’s really easy to get to Vienna by train? 

When we say easy, we mean comfortable with a cleaner conscience. That’s because shared public transit emits much less carbon (that increases climate change) than private transit, and rail travel is much more environmentally responsible than flying. When you choose comfort on a train to Vienna, you also vote for ESCRS by helping us reach our goal of 25% delegates arriving by climate friendlier transport!


So how does it work? There are lots of international and national train services offering trips to Vienna from other European centres. 


Try Sparschiene

Choosing  Sparschiene Österreich and Sparschiene Europa saves not only carbon tonnes, but euros. These affordable tickets can be booked to six months in advance.

Top Tip: book early to avoid disappointment. Ticket numbers are limited.


Take the Night train ÖBB Nightjet

Save carbon, cash, and time by travelling at night. You can get some serious shut-eye on your way to Vienna with ÖBB Nightjet. It travels from Hamburg, Berlin, Zurich, Basel, Rome, Venice, Amsterdam and Brussels.

Top Tip: For magnifique dreams, choose the Paris-direct option. 


Traveling from Germany? Das ist DB!

There are 19 direct, daily services to Austria with DB, or Deutsche Bahn. They include Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Nuremberg, and more, plus many additional options with quick transfers.

Top Tip: save more with regular Sparpreis offers and the BahnCard by day and by night.


Travelling from Switzerland? You have choices!

You can travel direct from Zurich to Vienna with Schweizerische Bundesbahnen or Railjet. There are multiple trips per day, as well as transfer options from Switzerland’s major town and cities.

Top Tip: Cut travel costs with Generalabonnement (GA) or Halbtax, which offer discounts for the Austrian portion of the route.


More European train services to Vienna