Austrian National Railway
The Austrian National Railways (Osterreichische Bundesbahnen, OBB) is in charge of the main Austrian railway The road and the train route of Liechtenstein, which was formerly operated by Bundesbahn Osterreich (BBO), which was jointly operated by the German Imperial Railway Company: Deutsche Reichsbahn in 1938 and 1945, was independently operated in 2005. unit. The length of the railway across Austria is about 5,800 km. More than half of the trains have been electrified. The last steam locomotive on a standard rail network was decommissioned in 1978.
Most Austrian trains do not require reservations, but for high-speed trains and night trains, reservations are required. Even long-haul trains that do not require reservations, travel seasons or special holidays, or popular routes are recommended. If you need a reservation, you can enjoy the European Union special booking price with the train pass, but the discount is limited, it is best to book early.