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12-16 April 2021
Vienna International Centre
Europe/Vienna timezone

Practical Information

The meeting will be held at the Vienna International Centre, Vienna, Austria.

Travel

Vienna is served by Vienna International Airport, about 18 km southeast of the city centre. There are numerous bus, taxi and train services connecting the airport with various locations in the city.

Vienna's main station, Wien Hauptbahnhof, is about 1 km south of the city centre and connected to it by the U1 (red) U-Bahn (underground) line. All long-distance trains of the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) stop at this station.

The Vienna International Centre (VIC) is the building complex hosting the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV) and the IAEA. It is served by the Kaisermühlen/VIC station on line U1 of the U-Bahn. More information about getting to the VIC is available on the UNOV website.

Accommodation

There are many hotels within easy reach of the Vienna International Centre.

More information about accommodation and travel to and within Vienna is available on the city's wien.info website.

Arrival and Meeting Registration

On arrival on the first day, participants are requested to pass through the visitors' entrance of Gate 1 of the VIC and collect their visitor badge from the Pass Office. Please bring your passport. The meeting is held in Room C1, on the second floor of the C-building ("the rotunda").

More helpful information is available in the PDF document, A Visitor's Guide to the Vienna International Centre.