We are open!
The Danube Tower is opened under restricted operation and opening times.
Opening times observation decks:
Monday and Tuesday from 11.30 am until 11 pm.*
Wednesday until Friday from 11.30 am until 11.30 pm.*
Saturday, Sunday and national holidays from 10 am until 11.30 pm.
Last elevator ride up:
Monday and Tuesday: 10.30 pm.*
Wednesday until Sunday: 11 pm.*
*subject to short-term changes.
Wednesday until Friday from 11.30 am until 11.30 pm
Saturday, Sunday and national holidays from 10 am until 11.30 pm
Reservation times: 11.30 am until 2 pm / 6 pm until 8.30 pm and 9 pm until 11.30 pm.
Opened on Saturday, Sunday and national holidays from 10.30 am until 3 pm for brunch guests only, reservations required.
Appointments by arrangement. We look forward to your event inquiries!
Wednesday until Friday from 12 noon until 10.30 pm
Saturday, Sunday and on national holidays from 10.30 am until 10.30 pm
From Monday until Friday from 12 noon until 11 pm.
On Saturday, Sunday and national holidays from 10 am until 11 pm.
(Kitchen until 10 pm).
ARRIVAL WITH PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Use the following public transport options to get to the Danube Tower:
Option 1 – Metro & Danube Tower Shuttle:
Take either the metro U1 to the station Alte Donau or the metro U6 to the station Neue Donau. From both metro stations, it’s a mere 5-minute ride with the free-of-charge electric bus shuttle (easily accessible for people with impairments) that takes you directly to the Danube Tower – and back.
Click here for the Danube Tower Shuttle departure times.
> > NOTICE: Our Danube Tower Shuttle will be operating on WEDNESDAYS too (from August 3rd) < <
Option 2 – Metro & Bus Line 20A:
Take the metro U1 to the station VIC (Vienna International Centre)/Kaisermühlen or to the station Alte Donau. Alternatively, take the metro U6 to the station Neue Donau. From either metro stations, take the 20A bus to the Donauturm (Danube Tower) bus station. Click here for the 20A bus departure times.
ARRIVAL WITH THE SIGHTSEEING BUS
The following bus tours stop directly at the Danube Tower:
Vienna Sightseeing HOP ON HOP OFF Bus
Blue line: station Donauturm (Danube Tower)
Tip: the Vienna PASS, obtainable on the bus and online, gives you free admission to the Danube Tower.
ARRIVAL BY BIKE
The Danube Park is the ideal place to meet up with friends. There are plenty of bike racks available at the Danube Tower.
ARRIVAL BY CAR
Coming from the southern motorway (A2):
A23 southeast ringroad to Handelskai – Brigittenauer Brücke – Donauturmstraße – Donauturm.
Coming from the airport:
A4 eastern motorway until the exit onto the A23 southeast ringroad in the direction of Handelskai – Brigittenauer Brücke – Donauturmstraße – Donauturm.
Coming from Korneuburg:
A22 motorway along the banks of the Danube until the exit onto Kaisermühlen (Vienna International Center) in the direction of Wagramerstraße – Arbeiterstrandbadstraße – Donauturmstraße – Donauturm.
Coming from the western motorway (A1):
Wienzeile – Schönbrunnerstraße – Margaretengürtel until Gürtelbrücke (along the Gürtel ring segment) – Adalbert Stifterstraße until Floridsdorfer Brücke – A22 motorway along the banks of the Danube then exit onto Kaisermühlen – Wagramerstraße –Arbeiterstrandbadstraße – Donauturmstraße – Donauturm.