The Symposium will take place at the IMP and IMBA institutes at the Vienna Biocenter (VBC)
1030 Vienna, AUSTRIA
Travelling to Vienna
Arriving by plane:
There are two train connections from the Airport to the City. The metropolitan railway ("S7" = line No. 907 WIEN FLORIDSDORF – FLUGHAFEN WIEN – WOLFSTHAL and back; which usually runs every 30 minutes and takes 19 minutes to travel); and the City Airport Train (CAT), as well as a shuttle bus or taxis.
Arriving by train:
Travelling to Vienna by train, you will most probably arrive at one of the city’s two main train stations, either “Wien Hauptbahnhof” or the Vienna Western Train Station – “Westbahnhof”.
|Arriving by bus:|
Check the Eurolines website for connections to many European Cities.
|Arriving by car:|
If you arrive via the motorway A23, take the exit called “St. Marx”. Drivers coming via the A4 should exit at “Knoten Prater”.
Parking near the Vienna BioCenter
On the streets surrounding the Vienna BioCenter (3rd district), parking during the day (Monday to Friday, 9 a.m.-10 p.m.) is only possible with prepaid tickets and restricted to 2 hours at a time.
Staying in Vienna
Here are a few suggestions for hotels in the vicinity of IMBA or that are very convenient to reach by public transportation:
If you are looking for cheaper options, there are a number of youth hostels