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Due to limited parking we recommend traveling by public transport.

Public Transport

From the U4 station "Hietzing“, take tram line 60 in the direction of Rodaun for 4 stops until "Jagdschlossgasse“. The stop is located right in front of the entrace. 

From the station "Westbahnhof" (U3, U6, trams 5, 6, 9, 18, 52, railways) take tram line 60 for 13 stops (appr. 20 minutes) to "Jagdschlossgasse". 

Arrival by rapid transit train S80 (from "Hütteldorf", "Bahnhof Meidling", "Hauptbahnhof",...): from the train station "Speising" walk towards "Speisinger Straße/Preyergasse". Either take tram line 60 in the direction of Hietzing to "Jagdschlossgasse" (1 stop) or walk along Lainzer Street to Kardinal König Haus (appr. 7 minutes).

Further information regarding travel with public transportation can be found on the Wiener Linien website. 

By train

From the "Hauptbahnhof Wien" Mainstation, take the U1 in the direction of Leopoldau until „Karlsplatz“, the U4 in the direction of „Hietzing“, and the tram line 60 in the direction of Rodaun for 4 stops until „Jagdschlossgasse“.

From the Wien-Hütteldorf train station, take the U4 until „Hietzing“, and the tram line 60 in the direction of Rodaun for 4 stops until „Jagdschlossgasse“. 

From the Wien-Meidling train station, take the U6 in the direction of Floridsdorf until „Längenfeldgasse“, the U4 in the direction of „Hietzing“, and the tram line 60 in the direction of Rodaun for 4 stops until „Jagdschlossgasse“

From the Airport

Take the City Airport Train (CAT) or the Schnellbahn S7 until Wien-Mitte, the U4 in the direction of Hütteldorf until „Hietzing“, and the tram line 60 in the direction of Rodaun for 4 stops until „Jagdschlossgasse“. 

Airport Taxi
If you order an Airport Taxi in advance the fare from the airport will be the same to any address in Vienna.

Into the City Centre

The city centre is easy to reach from Kardinal König Haus with public transportation: take the tram line 60 until „Hietzing“ and the U4 in the direction of Heiligenstadt. Further connections can be found at www.wienerlinien.at