Baden train station

Train station

Description

The modern, well signposted railway station in Baden near Vienna presents itself with many glazed areas and a light-flooded arrival hall. From 2002 to 2004, the station was completely rebuilt. With even shorter journey times and a number of comfort solutions, a popular stop and hub was created for the Southern Railway of Lower Austria.

The connected car park with e-fuelling stations, with around 150 parking spaces, as well as the comfortable Bike & Ride facility, which offers covered space for almost 500 bicycles, provide pleasant connections for train and bus passengers. Furthermore, the general renovation of the station forecourt, which took place in the course of the station reconstruction, created a Kiss & Ride zone - a short-term parking zone for pick-up and drop-off traffic. Several shops on the ground floor complete the all-round service-oriented design of the ÖBB station.

Convenient boarding through elevated platforms, a guidance system for the blind and the installation of two lifts round off the friendly atmosphere of the contemporary, highly frequented station.

Connections

At least twice an hour, the station is served by regional trains in the direction of Wiener Neustadt and Floridsdorf. Express trains S3 and S4 stop every half hour.

Several inner-city and regional bus lines connect to Baden station and are easily accessible by a short walk to the forecourt. Taxis are also available at the station forecourt.

The Baden Viaduct stop of the Wiener Lokalbahn, the Badner Bahn, can be reached by a transfer.

History

The first reconstruction of the station, which was built in 1839 and rebuilt several times, took place in 1955. Until the 1990s Baden was a stop for international express trains to and from Italy and thus helped tourists and spa guests to reach the spa town comfortably. However, these trains had up to 18 carriages, which did not allow enough space along the platforms for all passengers to board and disembark. Thus, the spa and travel guests were also decisive for the fact that the station was henceforth staffed with train personnel, as they had to accompany the passengers who wanted to get off in Baden to the front areas of the train.

Tip: There is a nextbike rental station directly at the station. The bikes are available in Lower Austria from April to mid-November. You can find more information on the website https://www.nextbike.at/en/niederoesterreich/, or in the nextbike app.

Location and how to get there

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    Bahnhof Baden

    Conrad von Hötzendorf-Platz 1
    2500 Baden
    AT

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