Warning on trains and Google

Aric Stewart aric at codeweavers.com
Tue Sep 15 11:47:58 CDT 2015

I am going by the Vienna Airport bus.

Looks really simple. Leaving from that airport every 30 minutes 24 hours a day from right outside the baggage claim.

Route 1187 heads to Wien Westbahnhof and that is the last stop (of 2) and takes about 45 minutes.

Cost is 8 euros and evidently you can pay the driver or get a ticket from a machine near the pickup.

A direct to the place route sounds nice to me when I will be jetlagged from the flight.


On 9/15/15 11:39 AM, Jeremy White wrote:
> I think this has been mentioned elsewhere, but I thought it worth
> repeating:  Google apparently does not have a relationship with the
> Vienna transport folks, so Google maps transit routing is pretty bad.
> There also appear to be a plethora of choices of ways to get from the
> airport to the hotel.  Two, count 'em, two, trains, and a bus, without
> even getting to taxis or other options.  I stashed what I learned via
> Google on the WineConf2015 page.
> (My plan is to take the OBB S7 train to Wien Mitte, and then the U3 to
> Westbahnhof and the hotel).
> Cheers,
> Jeremy
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