As of September 2018, RegioJet buses have been using the Hbf Südtiroler Platz terminal in front of Vienna’s central station Wien Hauptbahnhof. This terminal serves dozens of connections every day for the arrivals and departures of lines connecting Vienna with the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Italy, Poland and Germany.
The proximity of Wien Hauptbahnhof allows for convenient transfers between RegioJet buses and trains serving the whole of Austria. If you are coming to Vienna as a tourist, Hbf Südtiroler Platz is the perfect starting point due to its being close to the city centre.
As of Monday 10 June 2019 new stops are in effect for the departures of some RegioJet connections. See the table below for detailed information.
Please find your stop based on your line and time of departure. New stops are in effect for lines to Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany, Poland and Italy.
|Brno–Vienna–Udine–Venice Mestre–Padova–Bologna–Florence–Rome line|
Discovering Vienna is easier with the local subway, trams or buses. You will find them all at the nearby Südtiroler Platz terminal. Buying tickets is easy – just visit any point of sale of Wiener Linien or buy them online. They can also be purchased at newsagents, vending machines or at subway stations.
Should you want to get to know Vienna slightly differently, become a biker for a day. Vienna is a green city and the locals love their bicycles. You will find more than 1,000 bicycle stands in front of the central station and a network of cycle lanes will get you just anywhere. Give it a try!
Wien Hauptbahnhof is a railway station which Viennese inhabitants are rightly proud of. As one of the most modern railway hubs in Europe, it represents Vienna with dignity along with Austria as a whole. It enables comfortable and fast travel not only between Austrian cities, but also important European cities.
The ceremonial opening of the railway station took place in October 2014, and it has been in full operation since the end of 2015. The whole construction project took 4 years, and the costs reached 1 billion Euros. Up to 125,000 passengers depart or arrive here every day, and thousands of international and regional trains are cleared.
The entire complex consists of 14 above-ground and underground platforms and a station building with a large main hall. The architecture of the platform roofing will definitely capture your interest with its clean and elegant lines. The interestingly designed bent and glazed skylights evoke diamonds, especially when the sun's rays shine through them.
You and especially those of us will certainly not miss out on the opportunity to buy something nice in one of the many stores in the BahnhofCity shopping centre of Wien Hauptbahnhof.
If you are fans of railways or are want a tip for an interesting trip, come and be amazed by the railway jewel of Austria.