Please be aware that the metro station "Kaisermühlen-VIC" will be closed due to construction works when coming from the city centre during the entire conference duration. The station is open for journeys to the city centre. You may exit at the station "Donauinsel". The Austria Center Vienna will be within walking distance. You may download a PDF map of the walking route from Donauinsel to the Austria Center Vienna. Alternatively, you can exit at the station "Kagran" and use the metro back to "Kaisermühlen-VIC".

The EGU General Assembly 2022 will take place in the Austria Center Vienna (ACV), which is located next to the station "Kaisermühlen-VIC" of the metro U1 (Wiener Linien) running from the city centre (Stephansplatz) to Leopoldau.

The Congress Centre is also well reachable via the Airport Bus (station "Wien Kaisermühlen VIC").

Visitors with restricted mobility

The entire congress centre is fully accessible by wheelchairs. Vienna visitors with special needs can find helpful guidelines at:

Visitors with children

We recognize that childcare at the General Assembly is a valued part of the EGU experience and intend to offer the service again in future years. Unfortunately, due to the current rules we cannot offer childcare on-site in 2022; however, we ask attendees of the meeting to contact childcare services in Vienna, such as Please note that these services are not officially supported by EGU. Children are still allowed to attend the meeting and parents' rooms and quiet spaces will be provided, but they must be pre-registered. and follow the rules of attendance for their age group. Please check the Austrian authorities' guidelines for your child's specific regulations.


Travel to Vienna

By train
Vienna occupies a hub position in Europe's international rail network. Intercity and international express trains connect the capital with all parts of Austria and with all major cities in Europe. Please visit the home page of your National Railways for connections and special rates. Train travel can among others be planned at DB, SBB, ÖBB Scotty, and SNCF.

By bus
Vienna is well connected by long-distance bus.

By plane
Vienna International Airport at Schwechat, 19 kilometres from the city centre, is served directly by all major European airlines.

To get downtown to Vienna from the airport, you can choose between bus (Vienna Airport Lines), the suburban train (S-Bahn), the city airport train (CAT), or taxi.

Travel to the conference venue (ACV)

By bicycle

Secure bicycle parking is available next to the Austria Center Vienna (ACV). Bicycles can be rented through CityBike Vienna and Donkey Bike. Near the ACV, you can also rent a bicycle at Copa Cagrana Rad und Skaterverleih.

By metro (U-Bahn)
The Austria Center Vienna (ACV) can be reached by metro U1 to the station "Kaisermühlen/Vienna Int. Centre".

The registration fee to the General Assembly includes a public transportation ticket. The public transportation ticket is valid Monday–Friday, 23–27 May 2022, within Vienna (zone 100 – core zone). Please note that this ticket does not cover the transportation from and to the airport.

WienMobil app

The mobility app from Wiener Linien – WienMobil – combines the offerings of various mobility providers in a single app. Regardless of whether you travel with public transport, by bike, with a car-sharing vehicle, a taxi, on foot, or using a combination of these forms of mobility, WienMobil displays all the options available.

By car
The Austria Center Vienna provides covered, secure parking for delegates.