The GPZ symposium takes in Tulln, Austria. Tulln is a small town about 40 km north-west of Vienna and hosts a major campus of the University of Natrual Resources and Life Sciences Vienna.
The symposium venue
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna | Campus TULLN
Ingeborg Dirmhirn House
Konrad Lorenz Strasse 24
3430 Tulln, Austria
How to get there?
Tulln is a small town located in Lower Austria at the river Danube. Tulln is situated about 40 km north-west of Vienna and can be reached by car, taxi, or public transport from Vienna within 25-45 minutes.
Vienna International Airport is about 60 km from Tulln and can be reached in 45 minutes by car and 60 minutes by train.
Please note: there is no direct public connection from the Vienna Airport to Tulln. You have to go to Vienna or to Tullnerfeld and from there catch a connecting train to Tulln.
Recommended route from Vienna International Airport: very convenient and economical train connections run every hour from 06:33 until 21:33. At the airport train station catch a railjet via Wien Hauptbahnhof (change my be necessary), and via Wien Meidling to Tullnerfeld. At Tullnerfeld change to train S40 to Tulln. Travelling time is less than one hour. A single journey ticket costs € 10,60 and is available at the red ÖBB ticket machines.
Alternative travel routes are: go to Vienna by train S7 (25 minutes to Vienna city centre, 30 minutes intervals) or the City Airport Train (CAT, 16 minutes to Vienna city centre, but a bit more expensive) or Airport Bus > go to the train station Wien Heiligenstadt, e.g. with the metro (U-Bahn) line U4 > from there catch an ÖBB train to Tulln (very frequent connections from early morning to late evening).
Taxi from the Vienna Airport to Tulln takes about 45 minutes and will cost around € 100 – 150.