Experimental and Computational Micro-Characterization Techniques in Wood Mechanics

Travel Information


The workshop venue can be reached easily by public transport from Vienna International Aiport, which provides direct flights to over 170 destinations worldwide.

The workshop venue (underground station "Karlsplatz") can be reached easily by public transport (underground: U1, U2, U4; tramways: D, J, 1, 2, 62, 65; buses: 4A, 59A)

From the Airport

By Taxi

The ride takes approximately 20 minutes.
EUR 30-35

By Bus

Buses are departing at intervals of 20 minutes in front of the arrivals' area of the airport: the ride to Schwedenplatz/Morzinplatz (connections to U1, U4) takes approximately 20 minutes.
EUR 6.00 (one way), EUR 11.00 (return ticket)

By CAT (City Airport Train)

Trains are departing at intervals of 30 minutes (xx:05 and xx:35); the non-stop ride to the City Air Terminal (Landstraße) (connections to U3, U4) takes approximately 16 minutes.
EUR 8.00 (one way), EUR 15.00 (return ticket)

By Train ("Schnellbahn")

Trains are also departing at intervals of 30 minutes; the ride to the City Air Terminal (Landstraße) (connections to U3, U4) takes approximately 25 minutes.
EUR 3.40 (one way) 

 

From the Southern Railway Station ("Südbahnhof")

Take the tramway 18 in direction Burggasse/Stadthalle to Südtiroler Platz (as this is the first stop, you can also walk (approx. 5 min.)). There you have to take the underground U1 in direction Kagran to Karlsplatz.

 

From the Western Railway Station ("Westbahnhof")

Take underground U3 in direction Simmering to Stephansplatz. There change to underground U1 in direction Reumannplatz to Karlsplatz.

 

By Car

The workshop venue is near the main transit route through Vienna. However, parking in the central areas of Vienna is limited to 1½ - 2 hours, and a parking voucher (available at tabacconists ('Trafik')) is required.

 

You can find your way to the workshop easily with the routplaner within Vienna.

The route of all public means of transport within Vienna can be easily found with 'Wiener Linienpläne' (only in german).