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Our mission is to promote excellence in clinical diagnosis, research, technical development, and education in cardiovascular imaging in Europe.
Our mission is to promote excellence in research, practice, education and policy in cardiovascular health, primary and secondary prevention.
Our mission is to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease through percutaneous cardiovascular interventions.
Improving the quality of life and reducing sudden cardiac death by limiting the impact of heart rhythm disturbances.
Our mission is to improve quality of life and longevity, through better prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart failure, including the establishment of networks for its management, education and research.
The ESC Working Groups' goal is to stimulate and disseminate scientific knowledge in different fields of cardiology.
The ESC Councils' goal is to share knowledge among medical professionals practicing in specific cardiology domains.
Services open on 3 November
Fly to Vienna International Airport (Vienna-Schwechat) with direct flights from major cities including:
From Vienna International Airport, the City Airport Train CAT will take you to the city centre in 16 minutes. This service operates daily from 6.05am to 11.35pm every 30 minutes. The fare is 11€ one way or 17€ return. Tickets are available online, from ticket machines and from tourist information desks at the airport.Other choices include the Express train S7 (the journey is a bit longer but only 4,20€), taxi companies (25€ minimum, need to be booked in advance), as well as various bus lines.
More information on the CAT website: www.cityairporttrain.com
Austria has an excellent network of motorways, expressways and federal highways. Tolls are compulsory on all motorways and expressways, and you will need a toll sticker to use Vienna's city motorways.
Distances are short from major European capitals such as Berlin (681 km), Munich (435 km), Budapest (243 km) or even Prague (331 km)...
Vienna has several railway stations for international railway services. The Austrian railroad network is operated by the Austrian Federal Railway (ÖBB).
Südbahnhof (eastern section): Regional and local trains from the east (e.g. from Bratislava) arrive in Vienna here. Some long-distance trains on the Ostbahn will stop in Vienna Meidling and at the Westbahnhof.Public transport: D, O, 18, 69A, 13A, suburban railway
This modernised and extended station temporarily replaces Vienna's Südbahnhof. It is in the 12th district, at the end of Meidlinger Hauptstrasse. The long-distance trains (e.g. from the Czech Republic or Poland) will also end or start at Vienna Meidling, or will continue through to Wiener Neustadt, with some going as far as Villach.Public transport: U6, 62, 7A, 7B, 8A, 9A, 15A, 59A, 62A, “Badner Bahn“, suburban railway, Vienna Airport Lines
Vienna's Westbahnhof is where most trains from Western Europe and Western Austria arrive in Vienna.Public transport: U3, U6, 5, 6, 9, 18, 52, 58, suburban railway, Vienna Airport LinesOther railway stations: Station Vienna Mitte, Station Vienna Praterstern, Franz Josefs Bahnhof
River cruise boats arrive in Vienna either at the Nussdorf mooring in the 19th district, or at the main mooring for the Vienna Danube Region at the Reichsbrücke in the 2nd district.
Reed Messe Wien GmbHMesseplatz 1, 1020Vienna, AT
Vienna International Airport, Wien-Schwechat, is located just outside the city of Vienna, a few kilometers southeast of the Schwechat suburb.
GPS: 1020 Vienna, Austellungsstrasse or Trabrennstrasse
From the South take the motorway Südautobahn A2 – Südosttangente A23 direction Praha/Brno – exit at Handelskai/Messezentrum. From the East, take the motorway Ostautobahn A4 / Südosttangente A23 direction Praha/Brno – exit at Handelskai/Messezentrum. From the West take the motorway Westautobahn A1 – at the Steinhäusl junction take Außenringautobahn A21 – then, at the Vösendorf / Südosttangente junction take the A23 direction Praha/Brno – exit at Handelskai/Messezentrum and from the North follow the motorway Donauuferautobahn A22 – exit at Reichsbrücke direction Zentrum – after the bridge, turn left at the first traffic light into Vorgartenstraße and drive to the junction to Ausstellungsstraße.
The CAT takes just 16 minutes nonstop to get to central Vienna from the airport and vice versa. The City Airport Train operates daily from 05.36 to 23.36. The City Air Terminal is just 10 minutes from St. Stephan’s Cathedral at Wien Mitte station, which can be reached easily by tram, underground, bus or taxi. Visit http: www.cityairporttrain.com to make your reservation.
Vienna Airport Lines (Postbus) connects Vienna Airport with the main Vienna transport hubs. The 3 Vienna Airport Lines serve all of Vienna’s underground railway lines and also Wien West and Wien Meidling railway stations. Buses to the city centre (Morzinplatz/Schwedenplatz) run 24 hours a day; journey time is 20 minutes. See the airport map to locate the departure points at the airport.
Taxi stands are located outside the arrival terminals. It takes around 20 minutes to the city centre.
You can reach Messe Wien using metro line U2 from Karlsplatz direction Seestadt, exit at the station Messe/Prater; bus lines 11A from Heiligenstadt and line 80b from Kaiserebersdorf direction Seestadt, stop Messe/Prater; tramway line D direction Südbahnhof to Schottentor and tramway line 5 direction Praterstern to Praterstern, change there to U2 metro line. The station Messe/Prater is just a short walk from Reed Messe.
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