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Posted by Jakub  December 05, 2016  Leave a comment


Reaching Vienna from Bratislava by bus is very easy. The bus company Slovak Lines has frequent departure times between the two cities, and there are other bus companies as well, which makes traveling to the capital of Austria convenient.
Slovak Lines, the major Slovak bus company, launches a bus to Vienna about every hour. You can check the connections online, make a reservation, and pay online. Travelers usually depart from Bratislava, AS (Bus Station) to the destinations Vienna, Flughafen (Airport) or Vienna, Erdberg (Bus Station), so travelers should make sure they click the correct stations when checking connections. The price of a one-way ticket is |7.70| for standard fare or |6.90| with an ISIC card. A round-trip ticket costs |14.30| or |12.70| with an ISIC card. The trip from Bratislava to Vienna by bus takes about an hour.
Another bus company, Blaguss Slovakia, also has convenient buses to Vienna. Click here to find the Blaguss Slovakia connection times. Reservations are not necessary with this bus company. Travelers only have to buy their tickets from the driver upon entering the bus. The Blaguss bus departs from the Bratislava Airport and stops under the Novy Most bridge. The bus goes to Schwechat Airport (Vienna Flughafen) and then continues into Vienna to the stops Erdberg and Busterminal Südtirolerplatz. A ticket costs |6|.
We have another good article for you if you are interested in other ways of traveling from Bratislava to Vienna.

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