Arrival by car
If you go by car, you start from Vienna on the A2 and A3 southbound. Depending on your preference, you have various options (e.g. via Hungary, which is close to the border) to get to Deutschkreutz:
Via Austria: Change to S 31 (direction Mattersburg-Oberpullendorf) until exit Weppersdorf Süd - there direction Deutschkreutz / border Hungary (B 62) - in Deutschkreutz at the traffic circle turn right direction church (main street) - after approx. 200 m turn left into Langegasse and drive up to No.49 (left side of the street).
Via Hungary: B16 direction border crossing Klingenbach - enter Hungary - continue on 84 past Sopron - before Kópháza turn right on 861 - enter Austria - B 62 to Deutschkreutz - at the traffic circle turn left - direction church (main street) - after approx. 200 m turn left into Langegasse and drive up to No.49 (left side of the street).
Exemplary: Vienna - Deutschkreutz
Travel by train
By train you can reach sunny Deutschkreutz comfortably and on weekends (traffic jams) very quickly. From Vienna, three options are usually offered: one option means changing trains in Wiener Neustadt (Route #1), another, change in Wulkaprodersdorf or Sopron (Route #2). The third option is without change, DIRECT (Combi Route #1 & #2).
Here is the direct link to SCOTTY, the timetable tool of ÖBB.
Note: We do not take any responsibility for ÖBB timetables. The journey time is currently 1:25 hours on average (including transfers).
Go by bus
Should you arrive in a group or love bus trips: Dr. Richard (valid timetable since 11.12.2016) and the Postbus (an ÖBB company) offer good options. A quick overview of travel combinations of the Verkehrsverbund OST (VOR) can be found here.
Note: If you want to rent a bus as a group, you can do it through Postbus (bus rental) or Blaguss Reisen (bus charter).