Sonnenuntergang am Neusiedler See

How to get to Lake Neusiedl

With the ÖBB regional trains to Neusiedl am See.

No matter if you come from Switzerland, Germany, the west, the south or the north of Austria:

Simply change at Vienna’s Main Station. ÖBB’s regional trains will take you to Neusiedl am See in about 40 minutes, from which you can continue to Pamhagen/Fertöszentmiklos or in the direction of Eisenstadt/Sopron.

Tip

Until 14 December 2019 ÖBB’s trains will go daily from Vienna’s Main Station to Neusiedl am See hourly from 6:15 am to 10:15 pm and back from 9:01 am to 10:01 pm, also hourly. You can find the entire schedule as a timetable image.

Note

A shuttle service between the train station and the beach resorts in Neusiedl/See and Weiden/See and back via the main square has been adjusted to the arrival and departure times of our Railjet trains as well as the arrival and departure times of the hourly local transport connections running between Vienna and Neusiedl. This shuttle bus is free for all passengers 18 years or younger, all those above the age of 18 pay € 1.-. You can find the detailed shuttle schedule among our recommendations

Neusiedl’s See Radweg and Windradweg bicycle routes are only a few hundred metres away from the modern, barrier-free Neusiedl train station. Most trains also allow you to take your bicycle with you: If you travel on a Railjet or EC/IC or Euronight night trains, you need to reserve a place for your bicycle. Regional trains take your bicycle without prior reservation depending on the availability of the existing bicycle space

Bicycle tickets

If you want to travel with ÖBB and take your bicycle along, you will need a valid ticket for yourself, as well as for your bicycle. The tickets are available as single tickets as well as weekly or monthly passes with costs varying by distance. Bicycle tickets from Vienna to Pamhagen, for example, are € 2.- (weekly pass € 8.-, monthly pass € 20.-).

Renting a bicycle at a special rate

If you travel by rail but decide to leave your bike at home, you can use any ÖBB ticket to rent a bicycle at Bucsis Bicycle Rentals, located right next to the Neusiedl/See train station, at a reduced rate.

Experience the benefits of electrical mobility up close and make sure to reserve your e-bike soon! Information: www.fahrraeder-bucsis.at; Tel.: +43 (0)664-160 88 00.

Bicycle riders are recommended to rent their bikes at local business Bucsis Bicycle Rentals right by the Neusiedl am See train station. Present your valid ÖBB ticket and receive a special discount. A limited number of bicycles can be taken along on the train subject to prior reservation.

Radverleih Bucsis Sujet

ÖBB Sparschiene

Did you know that you can travel from Linz or Salzburg to Neusiedl am See for as little as € 14.-* and € 19.-* respectively? Please note: The offer is limited in quantity.

* From-price per person and direction, 2nd class, limited quantity, ticket only valid on specific train, must be booked online and via the ÖBB ticket app, can be booked up to 6 months (180 days) prior to the journey. Tickets cannot be cancelled or refunded. No discounts. The ÖBB Personenverkehr AG's terms and conditions apply. All information can be found at oebb.at/sparschiene and via the ÖBB Customer Service at 05-1717.

Pannonian event highlights of 2019

Visit the Lake Neusiedl region and experience Burgenland province ‘up close’ with enchanting concerts, fascinating nature, delicious discoveries in the kitchens and wine cellars as well as exciting sporting events! We recommend taking the ÖBB trains to get there and back in a comfortable, stress-free and environmentally friendly way!

Get your free Neusiedler See Card

365 days of Pannonian diversity included!
Until 29 February 2020, you can get your Neusiedler See Card entirely free of charge for the duration of your stay when staying with one of the 760 "Neusiedler See Card Inklusiv-Beherbergungsbetrieben” partner companies. The card offers some 50 free services and many other bonus events at the largest steppe lake in Central Europe. Following the motto ‘gently mobile’ the Neusiedler See Card also allows you to use public transport (bus & railway) all around Lake Neusiedl for free.