Trains from Vienna to Budapest are a great way to get from Austria to Hungary when you are visiting Europe.
Trains between these cities run up to three times per hour, so you can travel whenever you need to. Rail services are operated by OBB, the Austrian national rail company.
Trains depart from either the Vienna Meidling station or the Vienna Hauptbahnhof station, and arrive at either the Budapest Deli palyaudvar station or the Budapest Keleti palyaudvar station.
Some trains from Vienna to Budapest are direct, but most require one or more changes in places like Bratislava, Gyor, or Bruck/Leitha.
The total travel time on this route ranges from 2 hours and 40 minutes on direct trains to 4 hours and 15 minutes on trains that require a connection on the way.
Ticket fares for trains from Vienna to Budapest vary by date and time. Tickets can cost from 19 euros in second class and 29 euros in first class if you purchase train tickets online well before you travel from Austria to Hungary.
Traveling by train from Innsbruck to Zurich is a good way to get from Austria to Switzerland when you are visiting Europe.
Trains between these cities run every other hour throughout the day, and are operated by OBB and SBB, the countries’ national rail companies.
Trains depart from the Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof (main train station) in Austria and arrive at the Zurich Hauptbahnhof in Switzerland. From there you can connect to all forms of onward transportation.
All trains from Innsbruck to Zurich are direct, making the trip simple and easy. They are operated on modern Railjet and EuroNight trains.
The travel time between these cities ranges from 3 hours and 25 minutes on Railjet trains to 4 hours and 30 minutes on EuroNight services.
Ticket prices for trains from Innsbruck to Zurich vary by the date, time, and how far in advance you book. Fares start from 19 euros in second class and 29 euros in first class if you book train tickets online well before you travel from Austria to Switzerland.
Trains from Baden to Vienna are an easy way to get from the spa town to the capital when you are visiting Austria.
Rail services on this route are run by OBB, Austria’s national rail company. Their trains run regularly throughout the day, so you can travel whenever you want to.
Trains from Baden to Vienna depart three times per hour at peak periods. There are both regional and S-bahn services operating between the two cities. All trains traveling on this route are direct and do not require changes on the way.
Trains depart from the Baden bei Wien station and arrive at Vienna’s Wien Meidling station. From there you can connect to other forms of public transportation and taxis.
The travel time on this route is 20 minutes on regional trains and 38 minutes on S-bahn trains.
Tickets for trains from Baden to Vienna cost 5.80 euros. There is only one class of service on this route. You can purchase tickets at the train station before you depart.