COVID-19-Vaccination at the Austria Center Vienna

Getting vaccinated - quick and easy

Austria Center Vienna supports the City of Vienna-COVID-19-Vaccination by the City of Vienna

Everyone who has a confirmation of an appointment from the City of Vienna can get a free COVID19 vaccination at the Austria Center Vienna. The COVID19 vaccination is suitable for everyone over 16 years of age. Do a pre-registration at the "Impfservice" of the City of Vienna.
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Current utilization

Last updateDaily from 7am to 7pm. Due to holidays, the vaccination drive will be closed: 08.12, 24.12-26.12 and 31.12.2022. Starting with 01.01.2022: One accompanying person only for underaged individuals is allowed. Pets are not allowed inside the vaccination drive.

Pre-registration-Pre-register for your COVID19 vaccination

You would like to pre-register for your COVID19 vaccination? Please visit the vaccination website of the City of Vienna.

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Important note-For (high-)risk patients

Please bring proof of your (high-)risk diagnosis or your letter from the organization of social insurance carriers as well as confirmation of your residence in Vienna (e.g. registration confirmation) to your vaccination appointment.

Frequently asked questions-When do I get my vaccination?

COVID19 vaccinations in Vienna are divided into different phases. Before you pre-register in the next step, please read our FAQ's of the City of Vienna carefully.

FAQ's vaccination
Foto: Impfung

-Vaccination for toddlers

Infants aged six months to five years can be vaccinated against coronavirus. The presence of a person with custody is required. A 3-dose schedule is used for vaccination.

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Foto: Kind im Park bläst Luftblasen

Austria Center Vienna-How to get to

Take the U1 subway to Kaisermühlen/VIC (marked red). You will reach the Austria Center Vienna via the promenade. Follow the signs at the forecourt.

Public transport

Austria Center Vienna-Arriving by bike

Planning on cycling to the centre? There are plenty of places to leave your bike on the main square outside the entrance to the Austria Center Vienna.

Plan your route
Karte: Radweg Austria Center Vienna

Ambulance transport-Barrier free to your vaccination

At present, access to the vaccination drive is restricted. We ask you to follow the instructions of the security staff when entering.

Plan (PDF)
Foto: Rollstuhlfahrer

Austria Center Vienna-Arrival by car

Please travel by public transport if possible, as parking is very limited. Parking is possible in parking deck P2 (marked blue), a height limit of 2 m applies. 90 minutes free parking.

Planning your arrival
Foto: Anreise mit dem Auto P1 P2

Arrival by car-More parking options

Due to the testing and vaccination streets at the Austria Center Vienna, the parking deck is very busy. If you plan to arrive by car, we kindly ask you to park in a nearby garage for which a fee is charged. Thank you for your understanding.

Parking options (Google Maps)
Foto: Plan Garagen

Frequently asked questions-FAQ's

At the Austria Center Vienna, Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1, 1220 Vienna.

There is no need to book an appointment.

Currently BioNtech/Pfizer, Moderna and Janssen (Johnson&Johnson) are  administered. These are vaccinated as soon as possible depending on availability, medical recommendation and age requirements.

From 1. September 2022 the Valneva vaccination is administered.

From 28. September 2022 vaccines from Moderna BA.1 and Pfizer BA.1 bzw. BA.4/5 are administered.


A special infant formulation of the Comirnaty vaccine from BioNTech/Pfizer is now available for children from 6 months to 5 years of age. The vaccine is administered as an injection into the muscle of the upper arm or thigh. A 3-dose schedule is used.

According to the vaccination schedule, the first two vaccinations are administered three weeks (21 days) apart. The third vaccination is recommended no earlier than eight weeks (56 days) after the second vaccination.

The National Immunization Panel recommends vaccination in this age group for children at increased risk for severe disease progression of COVID-19.

eCard, vaccination certificate and photo ID.

You will receive all the necessary information when you talk to a doctor at the vaccination lane before the vaccine is administered.

Persons with a vaccination appointment are requested to arrive by public transport if possible: U1 station Kaisermühlen/VIC and walk to Bruno-Kreisky-Platz, from there please follow the signs and the instructions of the staff.

  • Arrival by bike: Sufficient bicycle parking is available at Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1.

Persons with a vaccination appointment are requested to arrive by public transport if possible: U1 station Kaisermühlen/VIC and walk to Bruno-Kreisky-Platz, from there please follow the signs and the instructions of the staff.

  • Arrival by car: The address of the parking deck (limited parking spaces) is Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1, please follow the instructions of the staff on site when entering. The height limit when entering the parking deck is 2m.
  • Arrival by cab: cab rank for arrival and departure for vaccination is United Nations Square (next to Kaisermühlen/VIC metro station) - then walk along Aristides-de-Sousa-Mendes Promenade.
  • Ambulance transport or ride services: Access in the direction of the parking deck (Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1), please follow the instructions of the staff there

Postponement or cancellation is possible online by entering the portal at  Alternatively, dial 1450.


Documents, valuables or clothes found are sent to the City of Vienna’s lost property office every Monday. They are available for collection there on weekdays (please mention “Austria Center Vienna” – the lost and found service is aware of the situation).

Contact details of the City of Vienna Central Lost and Found Service:
Hotline Fundservice: 01 4000-8091
[email protected]
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8-15.30 and Thurs 8-17.30

Dogs are unfortunately not allowed in the vaccination drive.

Do you have any questions?-More information

If you have any questions about COVID19 vaccination or need information about the vaccination services provided by the City of Vienna, please call the health hotline at 1450. We kindly ask for your understanding that we CANNOT provide any INFORMATION via [email protected] about reservations or other information about the vaccination services provided by the City of Vienna.
Hotline 1450

A service of the City of Vienna

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+43 1 260 69 0

Mon—Fr 8am—4:30 pm (MEZ)

[email protected]
+43 1 260 69 355

Mon—Thu 9am—4pm, Fri 9am—12pm (MEZ)

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