Travel Information Travelling to Vienna Vienna Schwechat is Austria's main airport, but you can also fly to Linz, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt or Graz. Austrian Airlines (AUA), is a holding company that includes Lauda Air and Tyrolean Airlines as well, flies to numerous international destinations. Find out about cheap flights to Vienna. The Austrian rail network is comfortable, modern and reliable. International bus connections are cheaper but also slower and less comfortable. The network of streets and highways is excellent and well maintained. You can cross the border 24 hours a day at major crossing points. Getting Around in Vienna Cars The Austrians are known to be a car-loving nation. As a result, Austria boasts an excellent road network. However, almost all of the bigger cities suffer from severe parking availability problems. Spaces are scarce and prohibitively expensive. If you do find a space, the time you are allowed to park for is usually around 90 minutes in central districts. One way streets and traffic jams also take enjoyment out of the journey. If you do decide to drive your own car here to Vienna you will need to purchase a Vignette which is a form of toll that allows you to drive on Austria's motorways. These vignettes can be purchased at gas stations, border crossings etc. Drivers in Austria are also required to carry safety warning equipment, namely a reflective warning triangle to place on the road in the event of an accident, a first aid kit and a reflective vest. Failure to carry these items in your car will leave you liable to a fine. Do you prefer to rent a car during your stay in Vienna? No problem, we have compiled a list of attractive car rentals. Public Transport Vienna features an impressive public transport system. The subway, trams and buses assure reliable and clean transportation. The underground/subway system is particularly easy to navigate. At night, there exists a network of night buses, a cheaper alternative to taking a taxi. All of these transport options are available at very reasonable prices ranging from Euro 1.80 for a single Journey, Euro 14.00 for a weekly card and Euro 49.50 for a monthly ticket. Cycling Much of Vienna encourages cyclists through designated cycle lanes. Since 2002 the city has even offered public bicycles ('Stadtrad') in central districts. Tourists and locals use them for short distances. They are free save apart from a small deposit. There are many beautifully tended cycling routes throughout the country esp. along the Danube River. Not yet an ESGO member? Join or renew today Directly to: Programme Abstract Submission Registration Book your hotel ESGO 2017 Newsletter Get notified on all news and activities right in your mailbox. Sign-up Now! You may also like Congress Highlights Read More Vienna Landmarks Read More Hotels in Vienna Read More Register Now & Save Read More ESGO 2017 Congress ESGO’s International meeting is Europe’s landmark meeting in Gynaecological Oncology and the core of ESGO’s educational activities. Held biennially, ESGO congress offers professionals a unique opportunity to learn and discuss the latest medical and scientific developments in gynaecological cancers research, treatment and care, as well as to network with key opinion leaders and peers from around the world. Read more Why Attend Key Reasons Highlights Congress Webcasts Scientific Info Congress Highlights Abstract Submission Scientific Programme Congress Info Committees Key Dates FAQ About ESGO Congress Become a Member eAcademy News Updates Get notified on all of ESGO’s news and activities. Sign-up Now!