Public Transport Costs in Vienna

Public Transport Costs in Vienna

See and compare the different types of tickets and travel passes available for tourists in Vienna, and choose the one that suits you best.

All of the tickets mentioned below are conveniently valid for journeys on the metro, bus and tram networks.

Single ticket price

  • Single ticket: €2.40 (€2.60 if bought on board a tram).
  • Single ticket for children and dogs: €1.20.
  • Single ticket for seniors over 62 years old: €1.50.

Tickets must be validated at the U-Bahn station or when you get on the bus or tram.

Travel passes

These travel passes allow unlimited use of the public transport networks for the duration of their validity, activated from the time of first use:

  • 24 hour pass: €8.00.
  • 48 hour pass: €14.10.
  • 72 hour pass: €17.10.
  • Weekly pass: €17.10 (valid for a specific calendar week from Monday to Sunday - this is not a 7 day ticket).

Other travel cards

The Vienna City Card includes unlimited travel for one adult and one child under 15 years old, plus discounts and benefits at museums, shops, restaurants and other attractions around the city. It is valid for the specified duration from the time it is first used.

  • 24 hours: €17.00.
  • 48 hours: €25.00.
  • 72 hours: €29.00.

Where to buy tickets?

You can buy public transport tickets at the offices and machines at the metro and train stations. The machines offer many different ticket and travel pass options, and accept card and cash.

Many tobacconists (Tabak Trafik) also sell tickets - look for the blue "WL" logo outside the shops.

Single tickets can also be bought on board trams and buses but they cost more (€2.60 instead of €2.40).