Vienna city of imperial palaces, of art and music,
of coffee houses where the famous the Sachertorte is served, of Wiener
Schnitzels and wine. Among the
Austrian capital's most famous citizens are legendary
musicians like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert
and Johann Strauss; psychoanalyst Siegmund Freud;
the cult figure artist Gustav Klimt and of course,
Empress Sissi. Situated on the banks of the Danube,
Vienna is a lively, attractive and romantic city.
There is plenty for visitors to see and to keep them
busy for days on end. What's more, nature is never
far away in Vienna, with he hills of the famous Wiener
Wald (Viennese forest) and the Prater
Park so close
by.... a breath of fresh air that offers a welcome
break from busy city life.
For more information about Vienna, contact the Vienna
Tourist Board website at: www.info.wien.at.
Conference Venue - Vienna International Centre
In 2009, RRFM will be hosted by the IAEA. It will
take at the Vienna International Centre (VIC), the
conference center it is sharing with several international
bodies, including the United Nations.
The address of the VIC is:
Wagramer Strasse 5
The Vienna International Centre (VIC) is located
next to U1 metro (red) line, metro station: Kaisermühlen.
Also marked on the city maps as the “Vienna
International Centre” or “UNO City”,
the VIC is located on the banks of the Danube river.
You will find signs in the Kaisermühlen metro
station for the VIC. Please note: you will also find
signs for the “Austria Centre” (Vienna’s
biggest exhibition and congress hall). This is a
different building and NOT the Vienna International
The VIC is easily accessible by public transport,
both from the airport and from any part of the city.
For further details, please consult the IAEA website
On each day of conference, the access to the VIC
will be subject to an individual identity and baggage
security check. Please allow sufficient time so as
not to be late for the sessions.