The best way to get around Vienna is through its efficient public transportation system. The city offers a well-connected network of buses, trains, trams, and underground lines, ensuring quick and reliable travel throughout. Even during late hours, night lines operate from 0.30 am to 5 am, and on weekends, the Vienna underground operates throughout the night.
A single ticket can be purchased for €2.40. However, if you plan to use public transport frequently during the EuroGames, we recommend considering a travel pass for better value. You have various options to choose from, including the 24-hour (€8), 48-hour (€14.10), and 72-hour (€17.10) passes. It’s worth noting that the weekly pass costs the same as the 72-hour pass, making the weekly pass the ideal choice if you’ll be staying for the entire duration of the EuroGames.
For more information on getting around Vienna using public transport, please visit the following link: Getting around in Vienna