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Villach Hauptbahnhof (translated as Villach Central Station) is the main railway station in Villach, the second largest city in the Austrian state of Carinthia. It primarily serves as a passenger station and is an important junction within the Austrian Federal Railways network.
The station has twelve tracks and a motorail terminal. It is used by Railjet, InterCity, EuroCity, EuroNight, and Regional-Express trains, as well as by the Carinthian S-Bahn rapid transit system. Villach Central Station offers long distance connections to Vienna, Salzburg, and Linz, it also hosts international trains leading to destinations like Munich, Zagreb or Udine.
The station is served by the following services:
- RailJet services Lienz - Villach - Klagenfurt - Vienna
- EuroNight services Rome - Florence - Bologna - Venice - Villach - Klagenfurt - Vienna
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toward Lienz in Osttirol
toward Roma Termini
- Villach at Rail Europe. Accessed on 14 Aug 2013
- ÖBB travel portal: Stations with Luggage lockers "Upper Austria: Linz Hauptbahnhof, Wels Hauptbahnhof, .. Salzburg Hauptbahnhof, ..Graz Hauptbahnhof, Leoben Hauptbahnhof, ...Carinthia / East Tyrol: Klagenfurt Hauptbahnhof, Villach Hauptbahnhof, Tyrol: Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof, .. "
Media related to Hauptbahnhof Villach at Wikimedia Commons
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