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Bratislava, Slovakia’s capital, is only 60km east of Vienna, and Airport Bratislava, serving Bratislava, makes a feasible alternative to flying into Austria
Slovaklines (www.slovaklines.sk) in conjunction with Eurolines (www.eurolines.com) runs buses between Airport Bratislava and Vienna International Airport and on to Südtiroler Platz at Vienna's Hauptbahnhof (one way/return €7.50/13, one hour, up to two per hour).
Buses leave outside the Airport Bratislava arrival hall between 8.30am and 9.35pm daily, and from Südtiroler Platz at Vienna's Hauptbahnhof from 8.30am and 9.35pm daily.
You can also take bus 61 to the centre of Bratislava and pick up a frequent train from Bratislava train station to Vienna.
Located 19km southwest of the city centre, Vienna International Airport operates services worldwide. Facilities include restaurants and bars, banks and ATMs, money-exchange counters, supermarkets, a post office, car-hire agencies and two left-luggage counters open 5.30am to 11pm (per 24 hours €4 to €8; maximum six-month storage). Bike boxes (€35) and baggage wrapping (per item €12) are available.
Vienna Airport Lines has three services connecting different parts of Vienna with the airport. The most central is the Vienna Airport Lines bus stop at Morzinplatz/Schwedenplatz (bus 1185; one way/return €8/13, 20 minutes), running via the Wien-Mitte train station.
The City Airport Train departs from Vienna International Airport every 30 minutes from 6.09am to 11.30pm, and from Wien-Mitte train station every 30 minutes from 5.36am to 11.06pm. Journey time is 15 minutes.
The S7 (www.oebb.at) suburban train (€4.40, 25 minutes) does the same journey to/from the airport. It runs from 4.48am to 12.18am from the airport to Wien-Mitte, and from 4.19am to 11.49pm from Wien-Mitte to the airport.