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anna on Apr 30, 2018

Hi, I have a free afternoon in Vienna and was thinking of cycling to Bratislava. Do you have to pay extra to take a bike on the train as that is how I will hopefully get back in the evening.

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Nour on Aug 28, 2017

Hello everyone,

I'd ask you about luggage lockers Hlavná stanica Bratislava metro station if it is enough for 20kg luggage ?

How about if I come in Sunday will it available or its an off-day ?

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Michelle on Jul 02, 2017

We are travelling to Vienna airport arriving at 7pm on Sunday returning the following week. I believe the bus runs at 7.30pm. Is the terminal easy to locate at the airport? We are staying at Loft hotel. Where does the bus drop off and is it a walkable distance to the hotel with baggage or will we need to get additional transport. Thanks in advance. Also if we book bus tickets in advance and flight is delayed can we use them on later journey (although I hope it's on time)

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Johanna on Jun 07, 2016

Hi guys,

I´m trying to find out if it is possible to travel from Vienna airport to Bratislava by bus or train with a dog - can you help me?? We do have all the documents with us, of course, since we fly from Finland to Vienna :)

And what would be the easiest way to travel - with the dog? He flies in the cargo, so perhaps not any small place for him right away..

Thanks in advance :)

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Samuel on Jun 07, 2016

Hi Johanna,

yes, you can take train. The dog will need to have mouth-piece and you will have to buy a reduced ticket for him (or her or it?).

With best wishes,

S.

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Johanna on Jun 08, 2016

Thanks!!!

Does he, the male dog I mean, need a ticket also if he travels in his box? Or onlu if he's out and with muzzle?

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Samuel on Jun 09, 2016

Hi Johanna,

it is specified, so I believe he does. Unless you can hide him in your backpack :P

Cheers,

Samuel

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Johanna on Jun 09, 2016

Thank you very much! This really helped me with pur trip. You're a treasure

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Anastasia on May 16, 2016

Hello!

Is train and bus from Bratislava to Vienna really equal in terms of sightseeng?

Usually there is a better view from the traing and I usually prefer trains for that:) But judging from the route schemes, bus travels through a greener places... is that true or there is no significant difference? :)

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Samuel on May 16, 2016

Hi Anastasia,

on the contrary – I would prefer train. I would hesitate to call it sightseeing, but you will go through some nice fields :)

Have a nice trip!

Samuel

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Anastasia on May 17, 2016

Thank you a lot, Samuel!

So train it is! :)

If there was not need to get directly to Vienna Hbf I would choose boat of course) Maybe next time!

BR,

Anastasia

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Samuel on May 18, 2016

Hi Anastasia,

I almost forgot! Don't take this as granted, you might need to get lucky and have a nice weather – but it's possible to see Alps from the train. When going from Bratislava look at the horizon on your left hand side (facing the direction of train).

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Anastasia on May 19, 2016

Wow! That's a great bonus!

Thank you, Samuel!!

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