How to Get from Vienna City Center to the Airport and Other Destinations
There are several options to get from Vienna to Schwechat or Budapest, as well as Bratislava International Airport: by taxi, transfer, train, or bus.
Taxi from Vienna
If you are going to visit the capitals of neighbouring countries (Bratislava, Budapest, Prague, and others) or get from Vienna to the nearest airport, you can use taxi service. This is the best travel option for those who have problems orienting in unfamiliar places. Taxi in Vienna can be booked via phone or taken at a special rank — catching a car on the road is impossible. If you decide to call a taxi by phone, don’t forget to buy a local SIM-card beforehand.
Taxi prices depend on the amount of baggage, distance to the destination, and the time of day.
Transfer from Vienna
The Kiwitaxi company offers transfer services from Vienna to any point within the country and outside it at affordable prices. With us, you will get to your desired destination fast and safe.
One of the most popular routes from Vienna is Bratislava Airport. Once you have booked our transfer, you will get to the air hub of the Slovak capital in about 1 hour and 5 minutes without any stops. The trip will not only be quick, but also comfortable for you, as our cars are equipped with all the things needed for long-distance travel.
Transfer prices are shown on the website. Here, you can also see travel times, the number of passenger seats and baggage units available.
Our transfer services are favorably different from taxi ones. First, you don’t have to worry that you won’t have enough money to pay for the ride. The price is fixed and is known at the time of booking. On our website, you can also choose the most suitable car class for you. And if you are travelling with a child, don’t forget to add a child seat to your booking.
Kiwitaxi transfers can be booked in advance. Thus, you won’t have to look for a car at the exit from the airport, if you book a transfer for the appropriate date and time beforehand.
In case you are going from Vienna airport or railway station, our driver will be waiting for you at the entrance holding a sign with your name on it. This is very comfortable if you are in the city in transit.
Among advantages of transfers is the opportunity to pay online in any desired currency. To book a car, you need to pay the full price or make a prepayment (the rest of the amount needs to be given to the driver).
If you still haven’t decided how to get back to Vienna, add a return transfer when booking and enjoy a comfortable and safe trip! We hire highly-professional drivers with large work experience only.
Public transport from Vienna
Besides taking a taxi cab, you can go from Vienna to other cities and airports by public transport – by bus or train. The train to Bratislava departs every half an hour. Its ticket cost ranges from 10 to 16 euros, and its travel time is about an hour. To get from the railway station to the airport, you need to get off at Bratislava hlavná stanica and take the city bus № 61.
The bus from Vienna departs every hour and goes directly to Bratislava Airport. The ticket price starts from 5 euros. Of course, taking a bus is cheaper than taking a private transfer, but this is the only advantage of this travel option.
Unlike taxis or transfers, public transport cannot provide the high comfort level. Tickets may be sold out, and you’ll have to wait for another trip. This can be quite exhausting because public transport stops are usually crowded with people. Moreover, the train fare remains high.
Besides that, a transfer can take you to any point in the city, while you have to get from the train station to the airport on your own or call a taxi again.
Vienna: useful information
Vienna is the capital of Austria and one of the oldest cities in the world. The most famous sights of the city are the Sigmund Freud Museum, the Schönbrunn Palace, the Wachau valley with its numerous castles, and the beautiful Vienna Woods.
Here, you can try delicious candies and wines, amazing schnitzels and sausages, fried chestnuts and marzipan sweets. If you are in Vienna for the first time, take a trip on tourist tram which runs every 30 minutes and goes round the Ringstrasse.