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Roman City Quarter
Hauptstraße 1A
2404 Petronell-Carnuntum

Museum Carnuntinum
Badgasse 42
2405 Bad Deutsch-Altenburg

Military City's Amphitheatre
Wiener Straße 52 
2405 Bad Deutsch-Altenburg 

 

For your journey from Vienna to Carnuntum, use the practical and environmentally friendly option of traveling by train. Carnuntum is optimally connected to the public transport network of Vienna by the regional express REX 7. In only 45 minutes you can reach the world of the Romans in Carnuntum stress-free from the center of Vienna. The topic of environmental awareness is close to our hearts, you can read more about this in our sustainability concept.

By train

From Vienna

Carnuntum is well connected with Vienna via train.

Departure on weekdays and weekends from Wien Mitte - Landstraße every 30 minutes or hourly (depending on the time of day) in the direction of Wolfsthal. Journey time 45 minutes. From the Petronell-Carnuntum railway station, the Roman Quarter is a 15-minute walk away, follow the signs.

Trains for the return journey to Vienna also leave Petronell-Carnuntum every 30 minutes or every hour (depending on the time of day).

For a visit to the Carnuntinum Museum, Bad Deutsch-Altenburg railway station is the right place to get off. The museum is a 20-minute walk away.

For more details look here www.oebb.at

From Bratislava

Take the regional MHD bus No. 901 from „Nový most“ or „Petržalka/Einsteinova“ to Hainburg a.d. Donau. Change to train S7 in direction of Vienna. Get off at the train station Bad Deutsch Altenburg (Museum Carnuntinum) or Petronell-Carnuntum (Roman City Quarter).

Duration: approx. 90 min

https://imhd.sk/ba/public-transport

Attention: ÖBB will be carrying out maintenance work on the line between June 29 and September 2, 2024, which is why a rail replacement service will be running between Wolfsthal and Fischamend (also affects Petronell-Carnuntum and Bad Deutsch-Altenburg). For details, please refer to the Austrian Federal Railways website www.oebb.at

Rental Bicycle

If you come by public transportation, take advantage of the practical option of Nextbike rental bicycles to explore the sites of the Roman City of Carnuntum. There are rental stations at the Roman city quarter and at Museum Carnuntinum as well as at the train stations in Petronell-Carnuntum and in Bad Deutsch-Altenburg. For full information, click here.

By car

Parking

There's a free car park at each venue of the Roman City Carnuntum. Also parking space for buses available.

Getting there

From Vienna

A4 (in direction of Budapest/airport) - exit Fischamend/Bratislava
B9 (Pressburger Bundesstraße, Richtung Hainburg a.d. Donau) to Petronell-Carnuntum or Bad Deutsch-Altenburg

Duration: approx. 35 min

From Bratislava

B9 (Pressburger Bundesstraße) in direction of Vienna to to Petronell-Carnuntum or Bad Deutsch Altenburg

Duration: approx. 30 min

From Eisenstadt/Neusiedlersee

B50 (Burgenland Bundesstraße) in northeastern direction until Neusiedl a. See – change to A4 (in direction of Vienna) - exit Bruck a.d. Leitha OST (in direction of Rohrau, Hainburg a.d. Donau) - B211 (Rohrrauer Bundesstraße) until the diversion to Petronell-Carnuntum or Bad Deutsch Altenburg

Duration: approx. 50 min

E-mobility

Just in a few metres walking distance from the Roman City in Petronell-Carnuntum there's a charging station for electric cars.

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