23 - 24 NOV 2019 MESSE WIEN

THE PLAYER | THE TEAM | THE ARENA

Information

The VCA Vienna Challengers Arena will take place at the same time as VIECC Vienna Comic Con.

To visit the VCA Vienna Challengers Arena as a spectator, you need to purchase a VCA ticket.

You can find all the other important information on www.viecc.com and on Facebook.

Travel & Parking

Arrival by public transport

Metro Line Exit
U2 (Line Karlsplatz – Seestadt)
Station Krieau - Entrance Foyer D

Parking

Multi-storey car park D - entrance D / Trabrennstraße - pay to park

Vehicle access via Vorgartenstraße - Trabrennstraße

Rate Price per car
For the first hour
€ 3,00
For every continuing hour
€ 3,50
Day flat rate for visitors to the fair (only redeemable at the ticket windows)
€ 10,00
Loss of parking access tickets € 60,00 per ticket
 
Cash and cash-free payment facilities are available in the
multi-storey car park D.

There are parking spaces for disabled persons next to the staircases in the multi-storey car parks on every deck. All the multi-storey car parks are equipped with disabled-friendly lifts.

Vehicles up to a height of 3m can be parked on the ground floor of multi-storey car park D (Trabrennstraße).

Important information

Please note, permission to smoke shall be strictly limited to specifically signposted outdoor smoking zones. These restrictions apply without exceptions to all covered areas within the grounds to all covered areas within the grounds of the expo complex.

Animals and pets are not allowed on the premises! Exceptions are made for guide dogs for the blind (as defined in § 39a BBG). The owner must provide proof of the guide dog’s inclusion in the Identity Card for Disabled Persons.

Photographs and videos shot on the premises (Messe Wien) may solely be done so for private and non-commercial purposes. Anyone recording static or moving images shall be obliged to acquire the express permission of the exhibitor of the object in question, or of the person whose image is to be taken. Please ensure that subsequent use of such images does not violate the personal or data protection rights of the individuals photographed or filmed.