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Single trip ticket€2 if purchased on a bus or tram


4-trip ticket


Wiener Einkaufskarte (off-peak day pass)


24-hour pass


72-hour pass


8-day pass


Weekly pass


Monthly Pass

€ 45.00

Year Pass• Valid for unlimited travel in zone 100 within 12 calendar months.• A passport picture is required, and the ticket must be ordered  from the Vienna Transport head office.

€ 417.00

Free travel for children• Children up to the age of six travel free of charge • Children up to the age of 15 travel free on Sundays • and public holidays  and during the school holidays This includes:• week before Easter• July 6th through August 31st • Dec 23rd through  Jan 6th • An ID card may be helpful to prove a child's age

Ich muss eine Fahrkarte kaufen.



  • ICE (InterCity Express)- The flagship of the GermanRail system. Provides high-speed connections between the principal metropolitan areas. Trains run every hour or more frequently.
  • CIS (Cisalpino)- A train very similar to the ICE, but runs on conventional tracks rather than the special tracks used by the ICE.
  • Thalys - Express train connecting Cologne, Dusseldorf, Paris, Brussles, and Amsterdam.
  • IC/EC (InterCity/EuroCity)- Express trains connecting the larger domestic destinations. Trains run every hour. Some of these trains travel into adjacent countries as part of the EC (EuroCity) system.
  • ICN, EN, CNL, NZ(InterCityNight, EuroNight, CityNightLine; Nachtzug) - Various night trains providing long-distance sleeping accomodations.
  • IR(InterRegio) - Express service connecting domestic and international medium-sized towns and major rail centers. Trains generally run every two hours or more often. (This service is in the process being phased-out and consolidated with other services.)
  • D(Durchgangszug) - A fairly rapid longer distance train. Provides connections on some of the lesser traveled routes or times. Many international overnight trains are this designation


  • IRE (InterRegioExpress) - An express train connecting regional cities at regular intervals.
  • RE (RegionalExpress) - An express train connecting medium and larger-sized towns to main rail hubs.
  • RB (RegionalBahn) - Similar to RE, but slower since it stops in virtually every town along the way.
  • SE (StadtExpress) - A local train that connects outlying towns with medium and large cities.
  • S-Bahn (Schnellbahn) - Commuter rail service in and around major metropolitan areas.

Solid white line- Marks the left edge of the road or, on the right side, marks the inside of the shoulder or the right edge of the road.

  • Long, thin broken white lines- Separate traffic lanes.
  • Short, thick broken white lines- Separate a deceleration (exit) lane or acceleration (entrance) lane from the main traffic lanes.
  • V-diagonal markings- Mark the restricted area at an exit gore.
  • Yellow markings- Used in construction zones and supercede all regular white markings.