By Train

From Vienna

Carnuntum is well connected with Vienna via train.

From Vienna City Center "Wien Mitte - Landstraße" take the Line S7 in direction Wolfsthal.

Departure on working days and weekends at every hour (8.19h, 9.19h, 10.19h etc.).

Get off at the station Petronell-Carnuntum, the ride takes 60 minutes. After a short walk of 15 minutes (follow the signs) you reach the Roman City Carnuntum.

For returning to Vienna you can catch a train every hour as well (9.18h, 10.18h, 11.18h etc.)

The Museum Carnuntinum is located in the next village. Going by train you have to get off at the station Bad Deutsch-Altenburg, from there it's a walk of 20 minutes to reach the Museum.

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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

Shuttle service on weekends

On weekends (Saturdays and Sundays), you can take the Roman Shuttle directly from the center of Vienna to Carnuntum. You can climb aboard at the Vienna State Opera and at the Vienna International Bus Terminal. In Carnuntum, you hop off right in front of the entrance to the visitor center for the Roman city quarter and can set off from there on your discovery tour of the world of the ancient Romans.

Rental Bicycles

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.

Video: Trip to Carnuntum by Train

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