Wiener Stadthalle

Roland-Rainer-Platz 1, 1150 Wien, Vienna, Austria
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About The Venue
The Wiener Stadthalle is among Vienna’s premier multi-purpose indoor event venues. It is a purpose-built multi-functional indoors arena built between 1953 and 1958. It is in the 15th district of the city of Vienna, Austria. The mall hall of the venue which is Austria’s largest indoor arena has a seating capacity of 16152 people. Because of its history and size the Wiener Stadthalle is a popular event location. Notable corporate ones include the Baby Expo.
The Viennese City Hall consists of 6 venues and several adjacent amenities. These include 2 multi-purpose halls and an auditorium. The Stadthalle was built in phases. The main buildings were constructed between 1953-1958. The other sections were added in 1974, 1994 and 2006 with each new section opening in the same year it was built. The main building was designed by Roland Rainer. Said main hall is Austria's largest indoor arena. This is because of the hall’s seating capacity of approximately 16,152 attendees.
How to get to Wiener Stadthalle
On foot

Vienna International Airport – not advisable

Vienna International Busterminal – not advisable

By Car

Vienna International Airport – 30 mins via A4

Vienna International Busterminal – 23 mins via B221

By public transport

Vienna International Airport – 50 mins via Bus VAL 1

Vienna International Busterminal – 30 mins via U-Bahn U3

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