Railjet in brief
The modern, perhaps even futuristic Railjet trains are the new high-speed service from the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB). They operate at speeds of up to 200km/h (124mph), with a planned increase to 230km/h (143mph).

The Railjet carriages are the ultimate in comfort and luxury. With top modern equipment and generous compartment space, the Railjet guarantees its passengers a unique travel experience.

The train snakes through pretty Bavarian countryside as you approach the Alps. It winds by rivers and past farmland and wind turbines, offering truly breathtaking scenery throughout Austria.


The Railjet network
Main destinations include Budapest, Vienna, Munich, Salzburg and Zurich

Popular journeys
Salzburg – Vienna (2h 45m)
Budapest – Vienna (3h)
Munich – Budapest (6h 30m)
Vienna – Zurich (8h)

  

Our tip
» If you’re travelling Austria on a rail pass you don’t have to pay a supplement for premium class, but be careful when continuing your journey through to another country - you’re likely to get stung.

Before you board
The stations
»
 A large range of services are available in stations including taxis, car rental, leftluggage facilities, shops, tourist information and assistance with your ongoing journey.
» 1st class passengers can use the Club Lounge at Vienna station to relax before departure.


Check-in & boarding
» If your plans have changed and you aren’t going to use your ticket, they’re 85% refundable up to 3 days before the first day of validity printed on the ticket.



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