2019 Accommodation and Visitor Info 2018-10-11T10:59:09+00:00

Accommodation

Novotel Wien City (recommended hotel)

Aspernbrueckengasse 1, 1020 Vienna, Austria
https://www.accorhotels.com/de/hotel-6154-novotel-wien-city/index.shtml

Transportation Arrangements

The best way to reach Vienna is via the Vienna International Airport or by international bus and train lines for the visitors coming from neighboring countries.
There is a number of alternatives to reach Vienna´s city center and the conference venue from the Vienna International Airport:

  • By Taxi (€25.00 – €40.00 depending on the time of reservation and company)
    • Some cheaper options can be found here.
  • By Train
    • City Airport Train – direct connection with no stops (more information can be found here: CAT). The train ride lasts about 15 minutes from the airport to the Vienna city center and the train departs every 20 minutes.
      Price: €19 per person one direction.
    • ÖBB trains – normal train line. It takes about 50 minutes train from the Airport to the Vienna center and the trains depart every 30 minutes.
      Price: around €4,50 per person, one direction.
  • By Uber (information here) with rates starting around €30.00.

Schick Hotel Stefanie

Taborstrasse 12, 1020 Vienna, Austria
https://www.schick-hotels.com/hotel-stefanie/index.html

Other Hotels

The Webster University building is located in the center of Vienna, with many hotels in different price ranges in the surrounding area.

Optional Post-Conference Excursion

There will be an optional post-conference one-day trip offered on Sunday 9 June 2018.
More information will be posted by the end of 2018.

Tourist Information

Vienna

Known as the City of Music, Austria’s capital Vienna is located on the banks of the Danube river in the heart of Europe. Beyond its dazzling imperial palaces, musical legacy and masterpiece-filled museums, Vienna is also famous for its coffee-house “living rooms” serving spectacular cakes, and vineyards on the outskirts of the city, hosting rustic vine-draped Heurigen (wine taverns).

Marked by its past as the center of the Habsburg Empire, and as one of the wealthiest regions in the European Union, Vienna is a vibrant city and the cultural, economic and political center of the region. In 2018 Vienna was for the ninth consecutive year named the city with the highest quality of life in the world.

Stephansdom
The most important religious building in Vienna, St. Stephen’s Cathedral has borne witness to many important events in Habsburg and Austrian history and has, with its multi-coloured tile roof, become one of the city’s most recognizable symbols.

Schönbrunn Palace

Schönbrunn Palace is one of Austria’s most important cultural assets, and since the 1960s has been one of Vienna’s major tourist attractions, drawing millions of visitors each year. At the 20th session of the World Heritage Committee held in December 1996, Schönbrunn Palace was put on the list of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites.

At the end of the 17th century Emperor Leopold I commissioned the Baroque architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach to design an imperial hunting lodge for his son, Crown Prince Joseph, later to become Emperor Joseph I. It grew into a palatial imperial residence over the course of the eighteenth century.