3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50

myWorld Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich

Spielberg - Red Bull Ring

16.08.2020
Aviso importante:

Dear motorsport fans,
 
we take the official requirements in connection with the current exceptional situation very seriously and are monitoring current developments. Whether and how the "myWorld Motorrad Grand Prix of Austria 2020" can be held on the planned date depends on further developments and the decisions of the federal government.
 
Abiding to the requirements of the authorities and ensuring the highest possible degree of safety is the utmost priority for Projekt Spielberg in holding planned events.
 
Due to the current situation, ticket sales have been temporarily suspended. As soon as the legal framework conditions are known, we will inform you immediately.
 
If you have already secured a ticket, our ticket partner will inform you promptly about the further procedure.
 
We ask for your understanding and thank you for your patience.
 
Stay healthy.
Your Projekt Spielberg team

myWorld Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich

16.08.2020 | Spielberg - Red Bull Ring

Aviso importante:

Dear motorsport fans,
 
we take the official requirements in connection with the current exceptional situation very seriously and are monitoring current developments. Whether and how the "myWorld Motorrad Grand Prix of Austria 2020" can be held on the planned date depends on further developments and the decisions of the federal government.
 
Abiding to the requirements of the authorities and ensuring the highest possible degree of safety is the utmost priority for Projekt Spielberg in holding planned events.
 
Due to the current situation, ticket sales have been temporarily suspended. As soon as the legal framework conditions are known, we will inform you immediately.
 
If you have already secured a ticket, our ticket partner will inform you promptly about the further procedure.
 
We ask for your understanding and thank you for your patience.
 
Stay healthy.
Your Projekt Spielberg team


Getting Around

Getting Around By Air:

Vienna is connected to Graz, Klagenfurt, Linz, Innsbruck and Salzburg by Austrian Airlines (www.aua.com).



Getting Around by Water:

A number of operators run cruises along the Danube, and from Switzerland (Bregenz) across Lake Constance. On some cruises, a passport is needed; they last from one to eight days depending on the itinerary. These services run between spring and autumn.

Ferries: There are regular passenger boat services from mid-May to mid-September along the Danube and on Austria's lakes. The Danube services are run by DDSG Blue Danube Schiffahrt (www.ddsg-blue-danube.at) and private companies.



Rail Passes:

Vorteilscard:offers a 45-50% discount on rail travel within a one-year period. This ID card can be purchased at all Austrian railway stations. The Vorteilscard Family allows four children under 15 to travel free when accompanied by a card-holding adult.

InterRail One-Country Pass: offers travel for three, four, six or eight days in one month within Austria. Travel is not allowed in the passenger's country of residence. Travellers under 26 years receive a reduction. Children under 12 travel free when accompanied by an adult using an Adult Pass. Supplements are required for some high-speed services, seat reservations and couchettes. Available from Voyages-sncf.com (tel: +44 844 848 5848, in the UK; www.voyages-sncf.com).

Eurail Austria Pass: offers travel for three, four, five or eight days in one month within Austria. Available to non-EU nationals from Eurail (www.eurail.com).



Getting Around by Road: r

Austria has an excellent network of roads.

National driving licences issued by EU countries, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein are accepted, and enable holders to drive in Austria for up to one year. UK licences without a photo must be accompanied by some form of photo ID such as a passport. Car registration papers issued in the UK are also valid in Austria. A Green Card is recommended, but not compulsory if travelling from another EU country.

Tolls must be paid on all Austrian motorways and 'S' roads. Tourists can purchase either 10-day, two-month or one-year discs which are available at all major border crossings, newsagents, petrol stations, automobile clubs, ÖAMTC and ARBÖ, and at post offices. There will be a digital vignette available as of 2018.

Cars must be driven with lights throughout the year. Seat belts must be worn and children under the age of 12 and under 150cm (4ft 11in) tall may not sit in the front seat unless a special child's seat has been fitted. All cars must have a first-aid kit and a warning triangle. All motorists must also carry high-visibility waistcoats and wear them whenever outside their vehicle on an Austrian roads. Both driver and passenger on a motorcycle must wear helmets, and the vehicle must have lights on at all times. 

Speed limits are 50kph (31mph) in built-up areas, 100kph (62mph) outside built-up areas and 130kph (80mph) on motorways. The minimum legal age for driving is 18.

All the major car hire companies are represented in Austria, with offices in most cities, as well as at airports and main railway stations.

Tolls must be paid on all Austrian motorways and 'S' roads. Tourists can purchase either 10-day, two-month or one-year discs which are available at all major border crossings, newsagents, petrol stations, automobile clubs, ÖAMTC and ARBÖ, and at post offices. There will be a digital vignette available as of 2018.

Cars must be driven with lights throughout the year. Seat belts must be worn and children under the age of 12 and under 150cm (4ft 11in) tall may not sit in the front seat unless a special child's seat has been fitted. All cars must have a first-aid kit and a warning triangle. All motorists must also carry high-visibility waistcoats and wear them whenever outside their vehicle on an Austrian roads. Both driver and passenger on a motorcycle must wear helmets, and the vehicle must have lights on at all times. 

Speed limits are 50kph (31mph) in built-up areas, 100kph (62mph) outside built-up areas and 130kph (80mph) on motorways. The minimum legal age for driving is 18.



Getting Around Towns and Cities:

Vienna has an extensive system of metro, bus, light railand tramwayservices. Most routes have a flat fare, and there are pre-purchase multi-journey tickets and passes. The Vienna Card (www.wienkarte.at) entitles visitors to 24, 48 or 72 hours of unlimited travel by underground, bus and tram. It also entitles the holder to reductions at several museums and other tourist attractions in the city, as well as shops, cafes and wine taverns. The classic way to travel round the capital is by horse-drawn carriage (Fiaker); fares should be agreed in advance.

There are bus systems in all the other main towns, and also tramways in Linz, Innsbruck and Graz, and trolleybuses in Linz, Innsbruck and Salzburg.



Journey Times:
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