Address: Radetzkystraße 2, 1030 Vienna, Austria; Hintere Zollamtsstraße 1, 1031 Vienna, Austria

Landmark: Cross St.- Radetzkystraße and Hintere Zollamtsstraße, Restaurant “El Asador”

Building’s Name: Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie.

How to get to the Conference Venue? Use the map to find your line road.

From Adagio Vienna City (Uraniastraße 2, 1010 Wien, Österreich):

From Hotel Post (Fleischmarkt 24, 1010 Wien, Österreich):

  • Taxis are available outside of the international arrivals terminal. Average fares to the center of Vienna within 30 – 45 minutes are Euro 35,- to Euro 40,-.
  • The new “CAT train”(City Airport Train) leaves in 30 minute-intervals between 05:40 a.m. and 11.30 p.m. daily. Cost: approx. Euro 10, take CAT (City Airport Train) to the the station Station Wien Mitte/Landstraße. From there follow Hintere or Vordere Zollamtstrasse (direction Urania) to get to Hintere Zollamtsstraße 1. It will take you 10-12 minutes to reach the place.
  • Underground stations
    – U1 Schwedenplatz (go in direction Urania, 10 minutes)
    – U3 Landstraße (follow Hintere oder Vordere Zollamtsstraße in direction Urania, 12 minutes)
    – U4 Landstraße (follow Hintere oder Vordere Zollamtsstraße in direction Urania, 10 minutes)
  • Train stations
    – Strassenbahn: Line 2 (station Julius-Raab-Platz), Line 0 and 1 (station Hintere Zollamtsstraße)
    – Schnellbahn: S1 (Wiener Neustadt Hauptbahnhof – Gänserndorf), S2 (Mödling – Mistelbach/Zaya),S3
    – (Hütteldorf – Retz), S4 (Meidling – Absdorf-Hippersdorf), S7 (Floridsdorf – Wolfsthal), S9 (Floridsdorf-Wiener Neustadt Hauptbahnhof) and15 (Mistelbach/Zaya – Hütteldorf)

From Westbahnhof:

  •  Take the 5 tram in direction “Praterstern” directly to “Lange Gasse”
    – For further information and exact time schedules (using the stops written above as reference) please see the very helpful “Wiener Linien”

Arriving by car:

  • Vienna can be reached easily by car via a number of highways from many directions (e.g. from Munich via Salzburg and Linz). The city has excellent rail connections from the west (Munich), the north (Prague), the east (Bratislava , Budapest) and the south (Graz , Venice)
  • As there are so many places where you may visit us from and we cannot give you information on all of the routes, we recommend you use the Map – Road Guide. Please make sure to use Sensengasse as your arrival street.

To download Vienna’s map click here