EANO Meeting 2022



1010 Vienna


Public Transportation

The Hofburg lies in the heart of Vienna. The best way to reach it is by public transport. Two underground stations U3 Volkstheater & U3 Herrengasse (orange line) as well as bus and tram stops are all within walking distance.

For more information about public transportation in Vienna, please visit the Wiener Linien website to find all the information in regards to tickets and public transport lines.

Arriving by train

Vienna has excellent rail connections to all major European cities (visit oebb.at for details). If you arrive at Vienna Hauptbahnhof (central station) you can easily and quickly travel to the venue. Take the U1 underground (red line) to Stephansplatz station (approx. 5-10 minutes). From there, you can either walk (approx. 10 min) or change to underground line U3 for one more stop to Herrengasse station.

Arriving by air (Vienna International Airport)

Multiple transfer options are available when travelling from the airport: The non-stop City Airport Train (CAT) service will take you to the city centre in 15 minutes and the rail service (OEBB) will take you to the city centre or the Vienna central station in 15-25 minutes. The airport express bus connects major transport hubs and a number of hotels. You can also reach the congress center by taxi in about 30 minutes (travel time may vary depending on the traffic situation).

Arriving by car

We recommend using Vienna's excellent public transport options or alternatively consider car sharing to reach the venue.

Central Vienna is a short-term parking zone for which you require a prepaid parking voucher (Parkschein). Motorists can park their vehicles at one of the nearby car parks (fees apply). More information about parking in Vienna can be found here.

For information regarding deliveries and pick-ups by exhibitors, please refer to the Exhibtior manual (will be sent to you) or contact us at eano-meetings@eano.eu.


If you must use transportation that is not climate neutral, we recommend you to look at options to offset your carbon footprint. These might be offered by the transportation company or you can also consider compensation via a service of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU): https://klimaneutralität.boku.ac.at/en/co2-kompensation/