Train Budapest → ViennaFrom AU$ 45
- Departure station : Budapest kelenfoe (Budaörsi út 1083 Budapest)
Budapest keleti p (Dohány utcai Zsinagóga VII. Dohány u. 2-8, Pest Budapest)
- Arrival station : Wien meidling (Eichenstraße 27 1120 Wien)
Wien huetteldorf (Hadikgasse 312 1130 Wien)
Wien westbahnhof (Westbahnhof 140/1 1150 Wien)
Main stations in Budapest and Vienna
Budapest Keleti Train Station
Address: Dohány utcai Zsinagóga VII. Dohány u. 2-8, Pest BudapestOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 12am to 11:59pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12am to 11:59pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Intercity trains
Rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, ATM and Phone cabins.
Wien Westbahnhof Train Station
Address: Westbahnhof 140/1 1150 WienOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 12am to 11:59pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12am to 11:59pm
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (ICE, Railjet, and OBB), CityNightLine
Tourist Information Point, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Toilets, Luggage storage, Currency exchange, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Budapest and Vienna
Travelling by train from Budapest to Vienna
Just a mere 2 hours and 30 minutes separate Budapest from Vienna. Those two wonderful cities of central Europe can be reached easily by train.
Located in Budapest, the Budapest Kelenfoe railway station is an important transport hub. Budapest Kelenfoe railway station is connected to other public transportations. Wien Miedling railway station is found in Vienna. It is served by the train operating on the Budapest to Vienna route.
Is a point to point ticket better or a rail pass? Travelling only a couple of time from Budapest to Vienna, the point to point ticket is ideal, cheaper and more convenient. A point to point ticket from Budapest to Vienna includes your seat reservation if you are travelling on board a high speed train, international train, scenic train or night train. Regional trains do not require a seat reservation. For more trips from Budapest to Vienna, and to visit more of a region or country, a rail pass including Austria and Hungary is better.
Discover Budapest and visit other cities by train
Budapest is the capital city of Hungary. The city is built on the banks of the Danube River. Budapest is home to some stunning buildings and landmarks. When in Budapest try the local dishes like toltott kaposzta, a cabbage roll filled with meat.
Reviews & ratings Budapest - Vienna
While the train was good, we were booked to leave from a station other then the main railway station. Lucky the train conductor let us get on at this station and we had to stand until we arrived at the correct destination on our ticket (as the people in our seats departed at this station)
Luggage lockers were hard to find - better signage would improve that. The journey to Austria was great. Thank you.
Great trip - easy to organise through Rail Europe, was a little shocked though that i couldn't print my tickets at home, as i was leaving Australia much sooner than the planned train journey, we were lucky the tickets arrived by post within a few days, before we flew to Europe. Train was great seats were allocated luckily, as some locals who didn't have seats allocated had to stand most of the way and wait for a seat to become vacant. All in all very easy to purchase and travel. Would definitely use Rail Europe again.
We had to change trains and be bussed around the flooded area to join the next train as part of the journey. Dragged our cases over tracks and onto hot buses. I accept this is not really the fault of the rail system which is generally excellent.
The train was first class, modern and extremely clean. In addition to this there was a monitor in the carriage, which provided information on the arrival times of the various stations. The train left and arrived on time. Prague to Berlin The experience was poor to average. I had been asked if it was a German, or a Czech train (prior to the journey). It was a Czech train - and now I know why I was asked the above question. Information provided onboard was verbal and extremely difficult to understand. The station in Prague is magnificent.
From the time I booked this trip (Which included emailing me when the booking opens) to the time I got off the train in Vienna, everything was perfect. Avoiding the long check in times at airports, I found the rail trip was a substantial time saver and convenient as one ended up relatively close to ones hotel. A perfect way to travel over the short distances in Europe.