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Marie Jahoda Summer School of Sociology

Divorce and children:
consequences - perspectives - progress

16-20 September 2019


Public Transport

Austrian Railways

The main railway stations in Vienna are WIEN WESTBAHNHOF and WIEN MEIDLING. Both of them are connected to the underground, tramways and busses that will take you to your destination.

Busses: Eurolines


Wiener Linien

We recommend buying a one-week-ticket (Wochenkarte, EUR 17.10) which is valid one calendar week (Monday till next Monday 9 o’clock).
You can also buy the ticket online beforehand: https://shop.wienerlinien.at/

How to get to the city centre from the airport?

Option 1: Take the S7 train (red railway; S-Bahn/ÖBB state railway) from the airport train station in the direction of FLORIDSDORF to WIEN MITTE/LANDSTRASSE (departing every 30 minutes). The WIEN MITTE/LANDSTRASSE stop is a major public transportation station where you can change to the underground, the tramway and busses. A single trip takes 26 minutes and costs EUR 4.80. You can buy your ticket at a ticket machine or online.

Option 2: Take the CAT (green railway; City Airport Train, non-stop) from the airport CAT station to WIEN MITTE/LANDSTRASSE (departing every 30 minutes). A single trip takes 16 minutes and costs EUR 11.00.

How to get to the Marie Jahoda Summer School location?

The lectures will take place at the Department of Sociology, Rooseveltplatz 2, Vienna A-1090. The closest underground station is the U2 line SCHOTTENTOR/ UNIVERSITÄT stop (exit Universitätsring). Getting to the Department from this underground station will take you about 5 minutes by foot, following the route below.

Public transport at the station “Schottentor/Universität”:

  • Underground: U2
  • Tramway: 1, D, 71, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42 43, 44
  • Bus: 1A, 40A

Institut für Soziologie
Universität Wien
Rooseveltplatz 2
1090 Wien

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