Visiting the United Nations in Vienna

The impressive modern setting of the Vienna International Centre (VIC) has been home to numerous international organizations since 23 August 1979. On daily guided tours, visitors can learn about the work of the United Nations and experience the Vienna International Centre's striking architecture and vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere of the VIC.

By signing up for a tour, you'll have the chance to count the flags of the more than 190 Member States in the Rotunda, see a variety of temporary exhibitions on the work of the United Nations and perhaps even observe a meeting being held in one of the impressive conference rooms.

After the tour, you can enjoy a coffee and a snack in the Visitors' Centre café and acquire a variety of United Nations souvenirs in the neighbouring shops.

Come and visit us - the United Nations is easy to reach from the centre of Vienna.

Please remember to bring a valid identification document with your photograph on it.

How to reach us:

Take the underground line U1 in the direction of Leopoldau until you reach Kaisermühlen/Vienna International Centre and then follow the signs to Gate 1 of the VIC, the main entrance. The VIC is also easy to reach by car via the A22 motorway or from the city centre via the Reichsbrücke. Buses may park in the side street off Wagramer Strasse and in the car park beside Gate 2. The VIC is accessible to people with disabilities.

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