IIID Traffic&Transport 2012

Traffic&Transport 2012 - Venue & Travel


Fachhochschule St. Poelten
Matthias Corvinus-Strasse 15
3100 St. Poelten

Travel from the St. Poelten train station to the venue

Travel from the main train station to the venue is approximately 15 minutes by foot, or 5 minutes via taxi.

The taxi stand at the train station is located at the north exit (doors by the "Backwerk" bakery, the opposite direction of the main hall). Walk straight out the door towards the "Billa" and turn right on the first street (Doktor-Höffinger Gasse) as the taxis cannot wait directly in front of the station.

The fare costs approximately Eur 5.

The following taxi companies service St. Poelten:
Taxi Oberhauser: +43 (0)1 2742-26726
Taxi Hartmann: +43 (0)1 2742-72000


Travel to St. Poelten

For information how to get to St. Poelten by car / by train / by plane

please visit the City of St. Poelten website Traveling to St. Pölten.

For train schedule within Austria and Vienna Airport to St. Poelten please visit "Scotty",
the routeplanner for public transportation.

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There are a number of accommodation options in St. Poelten. For an overview of all options,
please visit the City of St. Poelten website Spending the night in St. Poelten.
The accommodations closest to the venue/downtown area are:
Austria Trend Hotel Metropol
Stadthotel Hauser Eck


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