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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Vienna Meidling?

    The price for luggage storage near Vienna Meidling starts from just €4.30/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Vienna Meidling?

    There are multiple locations in the Vienna Meidling area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Vienna International Airport (VIE) (Flughafen Wien-Schwechat), Bahnhof Purkersdorf Zentrum, and Bahnhof Himberg and all over Vienna.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Vienna Meidling?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Vienna Meidling.

  • Are there storage lockers near Vienna Meidling?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Vienna Meidling area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Vienna Meidling and in the broader Vienna area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Vienna Meidling?

    Popular metro stations like U Westbahnhof, U Karlsplatz, or S+U Spittelau can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Vienna near Vienna Meidling, you may be close to some bus stations: Vienna International Busterminal, Busterminal Südtirolerplatz, or H Alaudagasse. If traveling by train, Vienna Central Station (Wien Hauptbahnhof), Bahnhof Mödling, and Vienna West Railway Station (Wien Westbahnhof) are nearest to Vienna Meidling.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Vienna Meidling?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Vienna Meidling are Hotel Sacher - Eduard Sacher, Hilton Vienna, and Vienna Marriott Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Vienna Meidling are Wombats City Hostel, A&O Hotel and Hostel Wien Hauptbahnhof, and Hostel Ruthensteiner.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Vienna Meidling?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Vienna Meidling are Café Central, Akakiko Gerngroß, and Cafe de l'Europe.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Vienna Meidling?

    Check out the nearby Schlosspark Schönbrunn, Stadtpark, and Wiener Prater.

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About Vienna Meidling 

Vienna’s historic city center will certainly take up plenty of time during your trip to the Austrian capital, but some of the best experiences can be had outside of Stephansplatz. Vienna’s attractive outer neighborhoods offer much in the way of cultural charm and historic significance. The most notable example is the leafy and residential Meidling, which just so happens to be hiding one of the country’s most revered landmarks. 

Meidling is just outside the city center, so the neighborhood is highly accessible from central Vienna. Wien Meidling Bahnhof is a major transit hub that’s similar to Wien Hauptbahnhof in terms of facilities and usage. Long-distance and regional trains all run through Wien Meidling Bahnhof, and there are also the S-Bahn and U-Bahn lines for commuters. This allows for easy access to Meidling’s crown jewel: the Schönbrunn Palace. 

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Schönbrunn Palace is one of Austria’s most beloved historical landmarks. The summer residence for the reigning Habsburg monarchs for centuries, Schönbrunn’s opulent architecture and gardens bring in tens of thousands of tourists every year. 

Here’s everything you need to know about Vienna Meidling: 

Vienna Meidling bag policy 

Meidling is a residential and historic neighborhood rather than a proper attraction, so there aren’t any bag policies associated with it. There aren’t any public facilities in Meidling where you can store your bags, so you’ll have to rely on a third-party luggage storage service while touring the neighborhood. Schönbrunn Palace, however, will have bag policies. More on that below.

Do all Vienna train stations have luggage lockers?

While a few of the main ones like Wien Hauptbahnhof and Wien Meidling will have these options, many local hubs like Wien Mitte won’t have any luggage storage options. If you need to store your luggage for a few hours or even an entire day for a flat rate at the storage lockers in a train station, you actually might be better off looking into an alternative if you’re sightseeing around Vienna. Luggage storage services like Bounce have locations throughout the city, including near the absolute best landmarks and attractions. 

Can I store luggage at Wien Meidling Station?

The best option for luggage storage Vienna Meidling station has is self-service luggage lockers available to rent for a flat fee. While this could be a decent option for exploring the area, the train station is further away from landmarks like Schönbrunn Palace. There are also a finite number of lockers, so they aren’t always available. 

Are there lockers at Vienna Airport?

Vienna International Airport does offer limited luggage storage service. These self-service lockers can be rented for a period of up to 18 months, although that would be quite expensive at about $6 and $10 per day for storing a standard-size item. Vienna Airport is also situated well outside the city center, making it slightly less convenient to get to your bags. This could, however, work for a quick layover if you wanted to pop into the city for a few hours. 

Where can you store your luggage in Vienna’s neighborhoods?

It depends on the neighborhood, but there are plenty of luggage storage locations operated by the Bounce network throughout Vienna’s city center and outer neighborhoods. With Bounce’s mobile app, you can find the nearest location and book luggage storage ahead of time or even on the go. Bounce also offers features like 24/7 support that you won’t find in luggage lockers or other options. 

How to get to Vienna Meidling 

Train

The U-Bahn and S-Bahn all run through Wien Meidling Station. The U4 line connects Meidling with central Vienna and the U6 line connects Meidling with Längenfeldgasse station. The S-Bahn lines S1, S2, S3, S4, S60, and S80 all stop at Wien Meidling station, so basically the entirety of Vienna is your oyster. 

Bus

Several bus lines like the 7A, 8A, 15A, 59A, and N64 all run through the Meidling area. The 10A is the most popular because it heads directly to Schönbrunn Palace. These bus rides from Central Vienna will take 30-40 minutes and only cost about $3. 

Taxi and rideshare

This is a popular way to get to Meidling for travelers with significant budgets, and it can be worth it if you’re trying to get dropped off directly at Schönbrunn Palace. The drive only takes about 15 minutes from Stephansplatz, but the fare will be between $30 and $40. 

How to get to Vienna Meidling from Vienna International Airport 

The ÖBB Railjet is astoundingly efficient when it comes to getting travelers from the airport to the city center and beyond. To get to Wien Meidling Station, you can get the Railjet (RJ) directly from the airport train station. The trip takes half an hour and will only cost about $5, making it considerably cheaper, and faster than a taxi. Even better, the Railjets run throughout the day, so you’ll very rarely ever wait more than 10 minutes for a train. 

How to get to Vienna Meidling from Wien Hauptbahnhof 

Wien Meidling Bahnhof is as well-connected as any other train station in the city. From Vienna Central Station, you can take a six-minute train ride via the S80 line. It’ll cost about $3, but there’s no easier way to get there.

How to get to Schönbrunn Palace from Wien Meidling Bahnhof

While they’re technically in the same area, the palace isn’t exactly steps away from the main train station. The best way to get to Schönbrunn Palace from Meidling Bahnhof is either the U4 (get off at Schönbrunn) or the #10 Tram (directly reaches the Schloss Schönbrunn stop). The #10A bus also gets off at the Schloss Schönbrunn stop. These take between 15 and 20 minutes.  

Things to do near Vienna Meidling 

Schönbrunn Palace

Schloss Schönbrunn was the summer residence of the Habsburgs, which you will doubtless have heard of after spending a mere 15 seconds in Vienna. This is the absolute top attraction in the Meidling neighborhood and the primary tourism draw. In fact, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is easily the top attraction outside of central Vienna.

The massive palace boasts almost 1,500 rooms, 40 of which can be toured. Visitors will be able to admire the 18th-century interiors and eclectic aesthetics ranging from Neoclassical to Renaissance. A highlight of the tour includes access to the private rooms of Franz Joseph and Empress Sisi, two legends of 19th-century political and romantic intrigue. A guided tour is ideal, but you can also simply take an audio tour if you want to take in the palace at your own pace. Booking tickets ahead of time for access to the palace and a tour is highly recommended, especially during peak travel season. 

Schönbrunn Palace bag policy 

For security purposes, all larger items and bags (including backpacks) aren’t allowed inside the palace. There is a cloakroom for bulky coats and umbrellas, but most visitors will have to stash some of their belongings in the cloakroom. All larger bags will have to be placed in the storage lockers located on the lower ground floor’s Group Centre.

Schloss Schönbrunn Gardens 

Assuming the weather cooperates, you shouldn’t visit the palace without taking a stroll through the surrounding expansive lawns and gardens. The sprawling Schlosspark is an entire complex filled with French-style gardens, groves of trees, and acres of walking paths.

While the gardens hit their peak during the spring, it’s an all-season affair at the Schönbrunn Gardens. The autumn colors make the place profoundly photogenic, and it’s gorgeous even during the winter, especially after fresh snow. There’s also the Baroque Irrgarten hedge maze, which is the perfect place to get lost with the kids (this will be the highlight of their trip to Schönbrunn). For something a little more exotic, head to the Kronprinzengarten, which is lined with citrus trees and imported plants. 

Imperial Carriage Museum

While you’re visiting Meidling, you might as well take in the absolute maximum amount of imperial experiences. One thing you can tack on to a visit to Schönbrunn is the Imperial Carriage Museum. It’s situated on the palace grounds but is its own structure. You’ll get to view the wonderfully preserved antique carriages the imperial family used to get around their palace grounds and throughout Vienna. There are over 600 unique vehicles of the Habsburg carriage fleet, and they’re all lined up in the "Sisi Path.” The most impressive carriage is the eye-catching black “hearse” used to carry the remains of royals to the imperial cemetery. 

Luggage storage near Vienna Meidling 

With dozens of locations throughout the city, the Bounce luggage storage service is your best bet when it comes to making sure your bags are taken care of during your trip to Vienna. But Bounce is hardly a local operation. With locations throughout Europe, you can rely on Bounce for your trip to just about any and every major city and destination. So check out the app or website to see where Bounce can take you next! 

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