Car, train & bus travels
From Vienna you might want to take highway A2 and A3 in direction Graz. Depending on your preference, you have various options to reach Deutschkreutz (for example, crossing Hungary):
Via Austria: change to S 31 (direction Mattersburg-Oberpullendorf) to exit Weppersdorf Süd - then direction Deutschkreutz / border Hungary (B 62) - in Deutschkreutz at the roundabout turn right in the direction of the church (Hauptstraße) - after about 200 m turn left into Lange Gasse and proceed to number 49 (left side of the road).
Via Hungary: B16 towards the border crossing Klingenbach - entry to Hungary - continue on 84 to Sopron - before Kópháza turn right on 861 - enter Austria - B 62 to Deutschkreutz - turn left at roundabout - direction church (Hauptstraße) Turn into the Lange Gasse and proceed to number 49 (left side of the road).
Exemplary: Vienna - Deutschkreutz
One can comfortably reach sunny Deutschkreutz via train, especially on weekends (traffic jam). Three options are usually provided via Vienna: one option includes a transfer (stop) in Wr. Neustadt (route # 1), another suggests transferring to Wulkaprodersdorf or Sopron (route # 2). The third option is DIRECTLY to Deutschkreutz without transfer requirements (while combining routes # 1 & # 2).
Please find the directlink to SCOTTY here, its the ÖBB (Leading Austrian Train Company) timetable engine.
Note: We may not held responsible for train timetables. Currently, the journey may take an average of 1:25 hours (inkl. changeover time).
When traveling in a group or in case bus travels are preferred we like to point out: Dr. Richard (valid timetable in German; since 11. December, 2016) and Postbus (a company of the ÖBB) provide solid opportunities. For an overview on travel combinations within the Verkehrsverbund OST (VOR), this query might be useful.