Vienna Austria Tourist Info and City Guide
Vienna's new central train station is called Vienna Hauptbahnhof (Vienna Main Train Station). It is also referred to as Vienna Hbf (or Wien Hbf in German).
This impressive station opened in December 2015 and handles all international trains and OBB (state owned) domestic trains.
Vienna Hauptbahnhof was designed to replace three old stations (Westbahnhof, Ostbahnhof and Sudbahnhof) with a single through station.
Three other large train stations that operate in Vienna are:
1. Vienna Westbahnhof (used only for regional and suburban trains)
2. Vienna Meidling (an additional stop in Vienna for some east-west trains (e.g. Munich/Zurich - Linz- Salzburg)
3. Vienna Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof (used for a few north-bound trains)
Vienna's main station is located approximately 3 km south of St. Stephan's Cathedral.
Passengers can either walk to town from the station (approximately 38 minutes) or catch the U-bahn (metro line U1) to the city centre.