Lexogen is located in the 3rd district of Vienna. The map shows the location of IMBA with respect to the general city layout, the airport, train stations and major highways.
Arriving by Airplane:
Vienna’s International Airport is located about 19 kilometers southeast of Lexogen and is connected by train, bus and a highway.
Take the metropolitan railway “S7” direction Floridsdorf. It usually runs every 30 minutes and takes 19 minutes to arrive at your stop “St.Marx/Vienna Biocenter” where it is just a 3 minutes walk to reach Lexogen.
Alternatively you can take the CAT (City Airport Train) which is faster but more expensive and just stops downtown at “Wien Mitte” and another connection with 74A bus (final stop “Sankt Marx”) is required to go to Lexogen.
More detailed information about the transport system in Vienna, you can find at www.oebb.at or www.vor.at
Choose a bus running to “Erdberg” and take the metro U3 to “Schlachthausgasse”. From there it’s only 5 minutes by tram 18 to “Sankt Marx”.
Take A4 (E60) heading to Wien, and take exit Erdberg and follow the B221 in direction Erdberg Turn left and cross the bridge to follow B221 for 1.1 km until you reach Landstrasser Hauptstrasse. At the junction, turn left and take the second right to reach Campus Vienna Biocenter.
General accessibility with public transportation:
- S7 train stop “St.Marx/Vienna Biocenter”
- 74A bus stop “Leberstraße/Sankt Marx”
- 18 tram stop „Sankt Marx“ or „Viehmarktgasse“
- 71 tram stop „Sankt Marx“