Your trip -
For all parts of your trip:
More than a Train
Be it in public buildings, schools or companies: with the ÖBB Infomonitor, you are always up to date and save time.
Austria gets more greener and greener
ÖBB customers save approximately 2.3 million tons of CO2 every year.
Business travel with ÖBB
Our ÖBB consultants for corporate customers offer practical advice and assistance - personally, competently and throughout Austria.
You want to find information about your rail journey, look for a connection online or need help with the ÖBB ticket vending machines?
Good news for all festival goers. This year, ÖBB is once again going on a festival tour across Austria.
The ÖBB Intercitybus (ICB) complements our top long-distance trains in the South of Austria as well as across the border to Italy. During your bus trip, you enjoy the service and the quality you are used to from rail travel.
Travelling to Vienna Airport
Quick and easy connections from Linz Main station to the entire Austrian Airlines network.
Car and motorcycle
Sit back and relax as you glide past the traffic jams: travelling by train, you and your car or motorcycle can reach your destination overnight.
Your luggage on train
When travelling with ÖBB, there is no need to make any sacrifices. Take everything along that you need.
From now on, you’ll be able to see on every single ticket you buy how much CO2 you’re saving by taking the train instead of making the same trip by car.
The buses not only offer regional transport, but also run to the airports in Vienna, Salzburg, Linz and Graz, as well as from Vienna to Bratislava. Every year, approximately 240 million passengers travel by ÖBB Postbus.
The whole world around the corner: the ÖBB travel agencies at the train station are specialists for train and city tours. From a weekend trip to your train ticket for international travel: our travel consultants will be glad to assist you personally.
100% for our climate
In a collaboration with environmental protection organisation Greenpeace, ÖBB will be switching 100% of its rail operations over to run on green electricity this year.