Wiener Neustadt

Wiener Neustadt is a city and Vienna suburb in Lower Austria, Austria.


Hauptplatz (Main Square)

The city was nearly completely destroyed in World War II, therefore there are not many historic buildings left. Traditionally Wiener Neustadt is an industrial suburban town. It's also a commercial center for the surrounding area. There are many schools, among them the primary military academy of Austria. For travellers the city might be a starting point to explore the southern parts of Greater Vienna: to the west there are the foothills of the alps, to the east Neusiedler See and Hungary are not far away, and to the north central Vienna.

Get in

By rail

By car

On the Südautobahn, Wiener Neustadt is within 40 minutes from Vienna or 2 hrs from Graz. From Hungary it's 30 minutes.

Get around

Bus and bicycle



Castle (Burg)
15th-century stained glass window in St George's Church (Georgskapelle)
Spinnerin am Kreuz
Cathedral (Dom), dating from the late Romanesque period


Friday or Saturday night go to Herrengasse close to the city centre. There are many bars and sometimes fun nightlife.


Weekly market (Wochenmarkt) at the Hauptplatz


The Wiener Neustadt Tourist Office (see listing above in 'Understand') has a helpful PDF listing all restaurants located in the city.


The Wiener Neustadt Tourist Office has a helpful PDF for download listing all accommodation options.


The train station offers free Wifi access via their network "OEBBfree" thanks to the Austrian railroad company.

Go next

Hohe Wand Nature Park
Seebenstein Castle
Routes through Wiener Neustadt

Vienna Baden  N  S  Hartberg Graz

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