Conference- and eventcenter
Linzer Straße 429
A – 1140 Wien
tel: +43 1 57 666 79
fax: +43 1 57 666 78


Assistant CEO:
+43 1 57 666 23

+43 1 57 666 76

+43 1 57 666 63

Weddings and Events:
+43 1 57 666 23

Restaurant management:
+43 1 57 666 93

+43 1 57 666 79


+43 1 57 666 73

Student dormitory:
+43 1 57 666 75

Our team is looking forward to helping you. Do not hesitate to contact us. We strive to answer request as quickly as possible.

    Arrival by car

    From the west (A1):
    Follow A1 to Albert-Schweitzer-Gasse in Vienna, take exit 9-Auhof on the A1. Follow B223 to the destination on the right-hand side.
    Or,  follow Wientalstraße until you reach the place-name sign “Wien”, at the next traffic light take the left into Bergmillergasse, next traffic light left into Linzer Straße, and after 200m turn left. You are at Europahaus Wien.
    Directions from the south:
    From the A2, exit towards Wiental, Altmannsdorferstrasse, Grünbergstrasse, Winkelmannstrasse, turn left into Linzer Straße

    GPS Dates:
    Latitude: 48°12’12.2″N
    Longitude: 16°15’02.9″E

    All participants, hotel and event guests can take advantage of the 100 free parking spaces provided directly on site. We ask for your understanding that we cannot reserve parking spaces. If our parking lot is full, you can also park free of charge on Linzer Straße.

    Charging station for electric cars
    You are welcome to charge your car comfortably in front of the bistro or palace Miller-Aichholz during your stay with us in the hotel.
    For the charging cables, we ask you to ask at the reception.

    Arrival by public transport

    Underground and trams in Vienna

    End of the line U4 Hütteldorf

    From there it’s either a 12-minute walk or 2 bus stops with 49A, 50A, 450 oder 451 to Wolfersberggasse. To your opposite you will see the Europahaus Wien.

    End of the tram line 49

    From the city centre you can reach us by tram line 49 to Hütteldorf. There is the possibility to change to the tram line 49 at the U3 station Hütteldorf. If you reach the end of the tram line 49 take a 3-minute walk to direction out of town.

    Travel information:

    Arrival by plane

    Vienna International Airport

    Europahaus Wien can be reached in about one hour by public transport.

    First of all, you have to take the “S7 ” (25 min, € 4,40) or the “CAT” (16 min, 12€) to “Landstrasse – Wien Mitte”.
    The first train S7 leaves at 04:48 and the last at 00:18.
    The first CAT leaves at 06:09 and the last at 23:39.

    From “Wien Mitte – Landstraße” take the U4 (green line) for about 20 minutes to the end of the line Hütteldorf. Then you take the bus about 3 minutes to Europahaus. Buses: 49A + B, 50A + B, 450, 451 to Wolfersberggasse.

    By Taxi you can reach Europahaus Wien in about 35 minutes. We recommend you to book a taxi in the arrival hall. Since there are companys which offer a fixed price of about 36 Euros. If you take a taxi that is in front of the airport, this will be more expensive, since the taximeter is charged.

    Arrival by train

    Österreichische Bundesbahn (ÖBB) and WESTBahn

    From the west
    Wien Hütteldorf, then bus 49A + B, 50A + B, 450, 451 2 stops to Wolfersberggasse. Opposite the bus stop is the extensive area of Europahaus Wien.

    From the south
    Wien Meidling, then with the U6 direction Floridsdorf to Längenfeldgasse. There you change to the U4 direction Hütteldorf. Drive to the terminus Hütteldorf. Or take the S80 from Meidling to Hütteldorf station. The express train runs every hour. The first is at 5:10 and the last at 23:40. In Hütteldorf take the bus 49A + B, 50A + B, 450, 451 2 stops to Wolfersberggasse. Opposite the bus stop is the extensive area of ​​ Europahaus Wiens.

    Arrival by bike

    Bike paths in Vienna

    Cycling in Vienna is in vogue – it is now not only more a recreational and sports equipment but also a means of transport. The City of Vienna is investing a lot in providing cycle paths to its people. In the early 1990s, there was a cycle path network of 190 kilometers, by 2018 it has grown to almost 1400 kilometers. Europahaus Wien is located directly along the bike path of the Linzer Straße. Cyclists are welcome. An overview of the Vienna cycle path network can be found at Radnetz Wien (