Because West Vienna station is located in the heart of Europe and has a good connection with other European countries, it might be difficult to find low cost parking in this area. Here, at ParkVia we can offer you a low-cost and secure Vienna West station parking option, which is located few minutes away from the station and bookable online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you are looking for short or long-term parking Vienna West station parking, you can find a solution on our website. The car park is situated in the Schwechat area, only 19.7 km away from West Vienna station, so you can reach the station in no time. For customers who require transport to and from the terminal, the car park offers a convenient shuttle service, which is included in the price.
The car park is a renovated 3*** hotel with 65 comfortable guest rooms. Parking offers open-air spaces, is fenced and well lit during night time. It is also regularly patrolled by police, so you can rest assured that your vehicle is parked in a safe place. You can also keep your car keys, a service much appreciated amongst our customers.
You can pre-book your parking space in advance for Vienna West station parking. Booking online is simple and secure. You will receive an email confirmation. If you require any further help regarding booking process, please visit our How to book page.
West Vienna station is located in Vienna’s 15th Municipal district and dates back to 1958. It is in the immediate vicinity of the famous shopping street “Mariahilferstrasse” and furthermore, the station is served by two underground lines, U3 and U6, as well as several tram lines. After a laborious two years renovation, the new facades are dazzlingly beautifully and in 2012 and 2013 the station was voted Austria’s most beautiful train station. The new West Vienna station now has an underground shopping centre, restaurants and a hotel.
West Vienna station is a major Austrian railway station and a starting point of the West railway (a two-track, partly four-track, electrified railway line in Austria). It is also the departure point for trains to Germany, Poland, and beyond to France and Belgium. There are also trains via the Speisinger Connector to Hungary, Serbia, and Romania in the east and southeast.