Station Neulengbach city

Train station


On the route of the Westbahn, rail travelers encounter the centrally located Neulengbach Stadt station. In addition to the second station located in Neulengbach, the Neulengbach Stadt stop is centrally connected to the city center and offers a wide range of cafés, stores and medical care within just a few minutes' walk. In 2020, the stop was extensively remodeled and made even more comfortable by installing a barrier-free elevator system. The large glazed waiting area underlines the charm of the nostalgic reception building, which was included in the revitalization - instead of being demolished. The two platforms can be reached safely via an underpass, waiting rooms and sanitary facilities are provided for passengers, as are two ticket vending machines for convenient ticket purchase.

400 covered parking spaces for cars and mopeds are provided for rail passengers in the Park & Ride parking lot. Also on site are nearly 65 parking spaces for bicycles.

Route information

The station Neulengbach Stadt is located along the route of the Westbahn from Linz to Vienna.

  • Regional express trains to Vienna Westbahnhof and to the main station in St. Pölten stop here.
  • The S50 express trains to Neulengbach station and to Vienna Westbahnhof are served here every half hour.
  • Directly opposite the station is a bus stop with connecting buses to Tulln, Eichgraben, Altlengbach and Purkersdorf.

Culture & Nature

The picturesque city center of Neulengbach is only a stone's throw away from the train station Neulengbach Stadt. The distinctive infrastructure of the young town in the heart of the Vienna Woods can be reached after a few minutes' walk. In the municipality, you can visit the historic walls of Neulengbach Castle, enjoy seasonal regional cuisine at the inn "Zum Suttn' wirt", or embark on a culture-rich scavenger hunt along the KulTOUR trail.

Tip: In 1912, the egocentric artist Egon Schiele spent a few days in Neulengbach - Behind Bars. The prison cell can be visited daily with free admission.

High up

A little further up, from the Neulengbach Stadt train station, take the Schneeglöckerlweg to the Buchbergwarte. The imposing observatory is 22.5 meters high and offers a more than impressive view after climbing the 117 steps to the viewing platform. For extensive enjoyment on site, the tempting menu in the refuge provides.

Tip: The hike is even more extensive if you take the path to the Buchbergwarte via the tranquil Laurenzi Church in Markersdorf.

Location and how to get there

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    Bahnhof Neulengbach Stadt

    Bahnstraße 10
    3040 Neulengbach

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