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About Vienna

The capital of Austria is situated in the Eastern part of the country and home to two million inhabitants.The city is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights and coffee house culture.

Vienna’s history dates back to around about the first century AD, when the Romans established the military camp Vindobona. Until the 19th century Vienna was the dynasty capital of the Habsburg monarchy, many well-known architectural sights were built during that time.

Vienna owes much of its international fame to the many celebrated composers who lived and worked here, including Strauß, Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the world’s best, the State Opera amongst the leading opera houses, not to forget the famous Vienna Boys’ Choir.

For more information please visit the Official Travel Guide of the city.


Train Travel

Vienna Main Station (Wien Hauptbahnhof) is a new mobility hub in the heart of Europe. It offers better connections and more convenience for passengers.

The Event Location (Eschenbachgasse 9, 1010 Vienna) can be easily reached from the Vienna Main Station by public transport via the following two main options:

  • Tram Line 1 from Station "Quartier Belvedere" to Station "Burgring"
  • Metro U1 from Station "Südtiroler Platz" to Station "Karlsplatz"
Flight Travel

Vienna is via the Vienna International Airport well connected to many destinations worldwide. Situated in Central Europe, the city is not only a thriving destination but also a pivot point for many conneting flights. In 2023 more than 29 Million passengers passed through the airport.

The airport is situated right outside Vienna, in Schwechat. Form Schwechat you can can take the S7 train or the CAT (more expensive) which will bring you right to the Station "Landstraße" within about 20 minutes. From their, you can take either:

  • Metro U3 from Station "Landstraße" to Station "Volkstheather"
  • Metro U4 from Station "Landstraße" to Station "Karlsplatz".

Alternatively you can rent a car at the Vienna International Airport or hire a taxi, from there it will take about 20-30 minutes (depending on the traffic) to reach the city center. 


The capital's broad range of accommodations provides a great setting for fantastic meetings. Vienna has more than 100 specialist meeting hotels in various categories. Whether it's congresses, conventions, conferences, seminars or workshops - the hotels' event amenities offer the ideal location for events of all kinds. At a glance:

  • Over 400 hotels and more than 37,000 rooms to suit all tastes and budgets
  • More than 100 specialist meeting hotels in various categories for meetings with up to 1,000 participants in a single event space
  • Up to 18 meeting rooms under one roof

For more information please vist the Official List of Accommodations of the city.