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Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof in Vienna

Wien Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof, also known as Wien FJB and meaning Vienna Franz Joseph Train Station, is located at Julius-Tandler-Platz in the 9th district (Alsergrund), north of Vienna inner city. Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof is the beginning of the so called Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Bahn (Emperor Franz Joseph Railway), which goes from Vienna to the north-west. The train station is situated close to the U-Bahn station Friedensbrücke (line U4) and also not far from Liechtensteinpark. The streets closest to Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof include Alserbachstrasse, Althanstrasse, and Nordbergstrasse.

Hotels close to Wien Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof

The district of Alsergrund doesn’t have as many hotels as Innere Stadt, but you can find a few hotels very close to Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof. All price categories are represented within walking distance from FJB, but 3 star and 4 star hotels constitute vast majority.

Other hotel locations near Vienna Franz Josef Station

If you want wider selection of accommodation, especially on the 4 star or 5 star end of the spectrum, you can go a bit closer to the Inner City. The nearest section of the Ringstrasse (the circle twin-street which forms the border of Innere Stadt), about 10-12 minutes walk from Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof, is Schottentor, a very good and popular hotel location. Other places with good accommodation choices close to FJB and Schottentor are Schottenring, Rathaus (Vienna City Hall), and Herrengasse (the Imperial Palace).

Booking a hotel near Wien FJB Station

It is highly recommended to book accommodation in advance. Vienna hotels tend to be sold out in some parts of the year, particularly before Christmas, around New Year, during the summer season, but also on various public holidays and events throughout the year.