Practical Information

Vienna at a glance

Quick facts
about Vienna

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Emergency Number

Travel to and in Vienna

Getting to Vienna

Thanks to its excellent position in the heart of Central Europe and on the Danube river, Vienna can be easily reached by air, land or water.

Getting around Vienna

Vienna has a very good and efficient public transport system, which includes rail, commuter rail (S-Bahn), underground (U-Bahn), trams, and buses.


Emergency numbers

  • 122 – Fire service
  • 133 – Police
  • 144 – Ambulance
  • 141 – Emergency doctor
  • 112 – European emergency


For a list of foreign embassies in Vienna with addresses, phones and websites, see Embassies at

  • ViennaMed doctor’s hotline for visitors (0-24): tel. +43-1-513 95 95
  • Evening and weekend dental service (taped service): tel. +43-1-512 20 78
  • Evening and Sunday drugstores (0-24): tel. 1455

Find more info about the Lost and Found Vienna service at