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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Vienna HBF Train Station?

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

  • Where can I store luggage near Vienna HBF Train Station?

    There are multiple locations in the Vienna HBF Train Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Vienna International Airport (VIE) (Flughafen Wien-Schwechat), Bahnhof Mödling, and Gates F and all over Vienna.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Vienna HBF Train Station?

    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 HBF Train Station.

  • Are there storage lockers near Vienna HBF Train Station?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Vienna HBF Train Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Vienna HBF Train Station 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 HBF Train Station?

    Popular metro stations like U Westbahnhof, U Schottentor, or U Karlsplatz can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Vienna near Vienna HBF Train Station, you may be close to some bus stations: Busterminal Südtirolerplatz, H Alaudagasse, or H Therme Wien, Oberlaa. If traveling by train, Vienna Central Station (Wien Hauptbahnhof), Bahnhof Maria Lanzendorf, and Vienna West Railway Station (Wien Westbahnhof) are nearest to Vienna HBF Train Station.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Vienna HBF Train Station?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Vienna HBF Train Station are Hilton Vienna, Hotel Bristol Vienna, and Hotel Imperial. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Vienna HBF Train Station are A&O Hotel and Hostel Wien Hauptbahnhof, Wombats City Hostel, and Schloßherberge am Wilhelminenberg.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Vienna HBF Train Station?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Vienna HBF Train Station are Akakiko Gerngroß, Schönbrunn Zoo (Tiergarten Schönbrunn), and Cafe de l'Europe.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Vienna HBF Train Station?

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


About Vienna Train Station

Vienna Train Station, also referred to as Vienna Main Station or Vienna Hauptbahnhof, is one of Austria's most important transport hubs. Providing services across Europe and Austria, Vienna Train Station is the country's largest and busiest station, serving over 50 million passengers every year. The station offers services to many significant international cities, including Budapest, Munich, and Zurich. 

Vienna Main Station is one of the newest major train stations in Europe. Plans to improve Vienna's railway infrastructure began in the 1990s, but construction wasn't approved by the city council of Vienna until 2006. Construction of the station took around eight years, with the first train stopping at the station in late 2014.

Due to its modern design, Vienna Main Station is one of Europe's most advanced and well-equipped stations. Along with tons of shopping and dining opportunities, Vienna Main Station is within touching distance of the capital's many historic attractions and cultural sights. 

Things to do in and around Vienna Train Station

If you have some time to kill between trains or you're just looking for a quick excursion in the city, you won't be short of options in and around Vienna Train Station. After stashing your stuff at a Vienna Train Station luggage storage service, check out some of these nearby activities.

  • Peruse the shops at BahnhofCity. BahnhofCity is a mall connected directly to Vienna Main Station, with dozens of popular stores, including Bijou Brigitte, Hervis Sports, and Only.
  • Grab a quick bite at one of the station's many eateries. You'll find a range of international fast-food joints here, including Burger King, McDonald's, and Subway. 
  • Escape the crowds at Schweizergarten. A large public garden, Schweizergarten, features 27 acres of ponds, streams, and ornate flower gardens. While exploring the park, make sure you check out the Chopin Monument. 
  • Pick out some local produce at Naschmarkt. The largest open-air market in Vienna, this is a great place to grab a snack and some local delicacies. 
  • Admire the beauty of Rathaus. Vienna's neo-gothic city hall is just one of the many beautiful buildings dotted across the city.
  • See what's new in the world of art at the Belvedere 21 Modern Art museum. Vienna is a city full of galleries and museums, but this one, right by the train station, is devoted to more contemporary works.
  • Learn about the rise and fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the Museum of Military History. This stunning museum traces the military history of Austria from the beginnings of Empire in the 15th and 16th century to its dramatic collapse during World War I.

Transit options near Vienna Train Station

  • S-Bahn from Wien Quartier Belvedere (S1, S2, S3, S4)
  • Local tram service (1, 18, D, O)
  • Local bus service (Wiener Linien)

Luggage storage near Vienna Train Station

Vienna is one of the most scenic cities in Europe, with stunning river views of the Danube and some of the best architecture on the continent. You won't want to explore Vienna's pristine streets weighed down by your bags, so find a luggage storage service near Vienna Train Station. Bounce has several nearby facilities situated at local businesses, where you can safely leave your belongings while touring Vienna. You can book through the Bounce app and cancel free of charge if your train was late or you have a change of plans. 

Attractions and activities near Vienna Train Station

  • Schönbrunn Palace: The house of Habsburg was well-known for its opulent palaces, and one of the finest examples is Schönbrunn Palace. The summer residence of this influential family, the Baroque-style Schönbrunn Palace, contains over 1,400 lavish rooms. The building dates back to the mid-16th century when Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II built a mansion on the site. Over the next 300 years, the palace was expanded numerous times into the sublime current Schönbrunn Palace.
    Visitors looking to tour the palace can do so individually on audio tours or take a group guided tour. During your tour, you'll wander through many gold-gilded rooms with intricate decorations, which are sure to astound all ages. You'll also see famous sights, including where Mozart performed for royalty. The longest version of this tour will take you through 40 of the palace's staterooms, including the remarkable Vieux-Laque room. You won't be able to bring any large bags into the palace, so stop by a luggage storage service near Vienna Train Station first.
  • Belvedere Palace: Another one of Vienna's stunning buildings is Belvedere Palace. The former home of Prince Eugene, Belvedere Palace is now a historic site and art museum. You'll see some amazing sights while exploring this remarkable palace. One of the highlights is the spellbinding Marble Hall ceiling painting in the Upper Belvedere, created by Carlo Carlone.
    The Upper Belvedere is also home to the Belvedere Museum. This museum has small but remarkable holdings, numbering around 430 pieces of art. These works date back as far as 800 years, with some world-famous works in the collection. Some of the museum's best pieces include The Auvers Plain by Vincent van Gogh and The Kiss (Lovers) by Gustav Klimt. 
  • Prater: If you're looking for a superb family-friendly excursion in Vienna, swing by Prater. One of Vienna's largest public parks, Prater, contains amusement park rides and attractions that will please all ages. You'll find everything from arcade games to bumper cars to thrilling roller coasters at this sizable amusement park. One of the most famous rides in Prater is the Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel.
    Standing at over 212 feet tall, this Ferris wheel is a symbol of Vienna and affords sweeping panoramas of the cityscape. After enjoying the rides, grab a schnitzel from one of the park's many food stalls and restaurants. You won't want to bring your belongings on any of Prater's rides, so stop off at a Vienna luggage storage service before visiting.
  • St. Stephen's Cathedral: One of Vienna's most magnificent monuments, St. Stephen's Cathedral stands right in the heart of Vienna and simply has to be visited. The current structure dates back to the 1300s, and the colorful tiled roof with its double-headed Habsburg Eagle is an icon of the city. The scene of countless Royal coronations, weddings, and funerals, this grand church is home to some spectacular art and is an extremely atmospheric place to visit. Plus, this being Vienna, there are often concerts given in the echoing space of the church. Large bags are not permitted inside, so make sure you leave them at a Vienna luggage storage site before you visit.
  • Vienna State Opera: Vienna has been known as the City of Music for centuries, and you can celebrate this heritage at the Vienna State Opera. This magnificent 19th-century building hosts performances by some of the world’s top musical talent. But if you’re not lucky enough to get tickets to a show, you can also take a tour and see the opulence of one of the world’s great opera houses.

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