Austria

For your journeys to Austria, you can use the frequent train connection from Bratislava hlavná stanica (Main Station) or from Bratislava - Petržalka to Vienna. From 11th December 2016 the sleeping car connection from Košice to Vienna is operated too. Železničná spoločnosť Slovensko in cooperation with the Austrian railways (ÖBB) offers discounted return tickets EURegio to Vienna and to the close border towns and villages.

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If you travel to the close border regions...

Make use of the EURegio border transportation. The return ticket from Bratislava to Kitsee will cost you 3,20 €, to Parndorf 6,60 €, to Marchegg 4 €.

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If you travel to Vienna...

Discounted return ticket EURegio to Vienna from Bratislava costs 14 €. We offer also discounted tickets from other Slovak towns. If you plan to make use of the Vienna Public Transport, you can choose the EURegio Wien Ticket Z 100, which includes 1 selected day of travelling on the Vienna public transport, in the 1st tariff zone (marked Z 100). 

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Tip: The direct sleeping car is running between Košice and Vienna from 11th December 2016. Click here for more information.

If you are a frequent traveller to Austria...

We can provide the weekly or monthly ticket EUregio for unlimited travel. One journey from Bratislava to Vienna with the route ticket EURegio will cost you 2,95 €. The students studying in Austria are entitled to additional discount. 

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If you travel farther than Vienna...

Return tickets CityStar

With the CityStar special offer, you get the return tickets for more convenient price. You can save even more if a bigger group are travelling together or if you are the holder of a customer card such as KLASIK RAILPLUS, JUNIOR RAILPLUS, SENIOR RAILPLUS or MAXI KLASIK (non-transferable).

Tips for your journey to Austria

  • Children under 6 years of age travel for free,
  • With the CityStar offer to Austria, children aged 6-15 do not pay for the Austrian part of the journey, if they are accompanied by a parent or a grandparent. It is, however, required that a separate ticket is issued for them,
  • Bicycle transportation is included in the price of the EURegio tickets (exception is the youth group ticket),
  • Within the complete ÖBB regional transportation (trains marked as R, REX, S-Bahn) there is the overall self-dispatch system introduced. This means you can board the train only with a valid ticket. Exceptions are the cases if the station has no ticket-desk or it is not equipped with a ticket-machine selling the travel documents ÖBB. In such a case you need to contact the train personnel, or purchase the ticket in the ticket-machine on the train,
  • During the official school holidays, weekends and bank holidays, the children aged 6-15 can use the transport means of Wiener Linien, Zone 100, free of charge. The ticket-control personnel can require an official ID with the personal photograph and date of birth. The older children can use this advantage if they have an ID confirming they are attending a school in Austria. You can find more information at www.wienerlinien.at.
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Regulation (EC) No 1371/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2007 on Rail Passengers' Rights and Obligations (hereinafter Regulation) entered into force on December 2009.
Železničná spoločnosť Slovensko, a.s. (ZSSK) is liable for your transportation and for transportation of your luggage and  has to respect your rights guaranteed by the Regulation.