City Trips in Times of Coronavirus

    Find out what rules are in place for city trips, museums, and events.

    Last update: 31 May

    Austria's cultural institutions are open and looking forward to your visit.

    The following rules are in place from 1 June:

    • FFP2 masks are no longer mandatory in shops and on public transport.
    • Exemption: in Vienna, FFP2 masks remain compulsory on public transport and in pharmacies.
    • Children under the age of 6 are exempt, those from 6 to 13 can wear a regular mask while FFP2 masks are mandatory from the age of 14.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What to Expect in Austria’s Museums

    •                 Panoramic window at the Leopold Museum Vienna / Leopold Museum Vienna

      Time Slots Time Slots

      Some institutions have introduced time slots to avoid overcrowding.

    •                 Ars Electronica Center Linz

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      Guided tours are taking place in accordance with protective measures.

    •                 Lentos Art Museum in Linz

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      Buy your tickets online to avoid queues on site.

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