The Generali-Arena is located in the heart of Favoriten, Vienna's 10th district, which is the city's most populous district with about 200,000 inhabitants.
The easiest way to get to the Generali-Arena is to take the U1 subway line. The subway station Altes Landgut is located at the Verteilerkreis and thus in the immediate vicinity of the stadium. The U1 takes you from downtown Vienna to the Austria in less than ten minutes.
Other public transport options include bus line 15A, which reaches the Generali-Arena from Meidling station or from the east from the U3 station Enkplatz, and bus lines 68A and 68B, both of which stop at Theodor-Sickel-Gasse and travel along Laaerbergstraße.
Plus point: The Austria season ticket is valid immediately before and after all Bundesliga and Cup home games at the Generali Arena as a ticket with Wiener Linien!
From a traffic point of view, the stadium is conveniently located on the A23, the south-east tangent, which is also the busiest road in Austria. Via the Verteilerkreis Favoriten exit, you can get to the Generali Arena via the Verteilerkreis, which is well signposted. Important: Access is only possible via Czeikestraße!
On days when there is no Austria home game, parking lot P2 behind the East Stand is open.