Venue Information

ISPOR Europe 2022 will be held 6-9 November 2022, at

Austria Center Vienna
Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1
1220 Wien
Vienna, Austria

The Austria Center Vienna is Austria’s largest conference center to date. With 19 halls, 180 meeting rooms and more than 26,000m² of exhibition and networking space with a capacity for 22,800 people on 5 levels: this conference center is among the top destinations for international conferences, providing spaces that will help to create your ideal event.  

Getting There:
The Vienna International Airport (VIE) is approximately 15 minutes from downtown Vienna and 30 minutes from the Austria Center Vienna. The Austria Center Vienna is next door to one of the global UN headquarters and a short walk from the Danube and Donaupark. 

Transportation options from the Vienna International Airport (VIE) to the Austria Center Vienna:

Taxi
  • A taxi from the Vienna International Airport (VIE) to the Austria Center Vienna is a 25-minute journey.
City Airport Train CAT 
  • The frequency of the train is every 30 minutes. 
  • Trip time to city center: 16 minutes to Wien Mitte station (non-stop).
  • For more information click on the following link:  https://www.cityairporttrain.com/en/home 
Rail S-Bahn Commuter Railway (S7) 
  • The frequency of the S7 is every 30 minutes during the day.
  • Trip time to city center: 27 minutes to Landstrasse/Wien Mitte station. 
The Austria Center Vienna is just 7 minutes from downtown Vienna. Vienna has 5 difference underground lines and the U1 will take you to Kaisermühlen VIC, which is just a few minutes walking distance to the Austria Center Vienna.

Local Information

Currency: Euro (€)
Time Zone: Central European Time Zone (CEST); UTC/GMT + 2 hours
Language: German
Electrical Voltage: 220-240 Volts, round pin plug sockets
Telephone Country Code: +43
 
Weather:
Temperatures in Vienna in late October / early November average a high of 10°C (50°F) and a low of 4°C (40°F).  
 
Getting around with public transport:
Vienna’s public transportation system enhances the accessibility of the city. Underground lines, trams, and buses service the city efficiently and affordably. 
 
What to see and do:
The capital city of Austria, Vienna, is known for its imperial landmarks, architecture, cultural events, wine taverns, coffee shops, and high quality of life. With over 100 museums, Vienna is both an old and new city. From exploring “Imperial Vienna” to taking in views from The Giant Ferris wheel or Danube Tower, there is something for everyone. 

For more details on getting to Vienna / Austria Center Vienna, information on getting around the city, or recommendations for things to do and sites to see nearby: