Train Frankfurt → Vienna
Duration 6h46 - From $35
Engineered to be a world class city Whether you fly into the bustling airport, use Frankfurt as a hub for excursions, or would like to explore the city in depth, your first steps into Germany will almost certainly include the outstanding Deutsche Bahn Rail service. There are trains into the city center main station every few minutes from the lower level Regiobahnhof, and also long distance service to other destinations directly from the airport’s impressive new Fernbahnhof. Learn more about Frankfurt
An elegant, European empire (once) Vienna, known locally as Wien, is elegance personified. The city that was ruled by the mighty Hapsburg Empire for over 600 years now offers a genteel atmosphere of history, culture and beauty. You can still see the remnants of their expansive kingdom – with not just one, but two palaces in Vienna. The Schönbrunn palace at the edge of town was their summer residence. You know, just a little place to sit back, relax and rule. Those who lived there caged themselves in – along with animals. You can now visit the Tiergarten, the oldest zoo in the world. The main palace, the Hofburg, dominates the town center. This sprawling complex grew with the family empire from the 13th century until just before WWI. And while no one has lived here in over 90 years, the palace still functions as the Austrian President’s office and is home to government workers and the prized Vienna Boys’ Choir. Learn more about Vienna
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"I shop a first class woman shared cabin and it worked perfectly. I felt safe, the in board service was great as well as helpful. I highly recommend for young women who wants to travel safely around Europe. The bed size was great too. I slept the entire night. "
"Services (coziness and cleanness of cabins, and conductor of my wagon) on the train are definitely five star and I will definitely use this train services during my business trips in Germany and Austria in the future. I also recommend this to my colleagues and friends. Thank you so much, Sulaymon Eshkabilov. "