Vienna Travelcard - Get Around Vienna With Ease

Explore Vienna with a travelcard and get to know the city, inside out. With unlimited travel, why not add one on to your Vienna PASS order for the complete sightseeing package. Ride the city’s network of undergrounds, trains and buses and discover all that Vienna has to offer. 

Benefits of a Travelcard

  • One ticket to cover all networks within the inner zone
  • 24, 48 or 72 hour ticket variations for flexibility
  • Networks include: underground, train, tram and buses, including Nightline buses
  • Unlimited use for duration of your pass
  • No need to carry spare change for daily tickets

Where can you use the Travelcard?

The travelcard allows you unlimited travel across all transport networks in Vienna (zone 100) 



 Buses (incl. Nightline buses)

 Overground trains

The undergrounds (U-Bahn) run from around 5am until midnight, but run 24 hours on Fridays and Saturdays and the night before public holidays. Your travelcard is also valid on all night buses and night tubes.

Buses and trams have less operating hours and stop running earlier in the evening.

For information regarding Vienna’s public transport network (Wiener Linien) please visit 

How do you activate the Travelcard?

At every tube stop you will find a small blue ticket machine to activate your card, as well as inside the trams and buses themselves. You must slot your travelcard into the machine to stamp and activate it. The first time you do this will be the activation date and time of your travelcard. From then, the travelcard will be valid for the duration of your ticket; 24, 48 or 72 hours.

TOP TIP:The travelcard is not valid for travel to and from the Vienna airport. You will need to purchase an additional one-way ticket at EUR 2,20. Although there are no ticket barriers, there are frequent checks by undercover transport officers on the transport networks – so make sure you have validated your travelcard before you go. Both adults and children are also required to hold a valid form of ID to be able to show on demand as well.

Children under 6 travel for free on the transport network.