The Vienna International Centre resides north of the River Danube in the realm of Donaustadt in Vienna, Austria. This establishment is recognised as the UNO City and contains the entirety of the United Nations Offices in Vienna. At the centre of the city resides a circular conference building which is enclosed by six high-rise office towers. This particular location is known as extraterritorial and does not operate under the same local laws.
The Vienna International Centre houses the working sites of a variety of prestigious organisations including the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, just to name just a few. It is one of four predominant United Nations locations around the world. The building provides shopping opportunities, catering, and postal services to all of its employees.
From the airport, the Flughafen Wien subway and representative train transfer routes to Wien Kaisermuhlen of which it is a 5-minute walk to the Vienna International Centre. From the Flughafen Wien Terminal, a public bus can be taken to the same nearby location. Taxis are in in abundance with a journey of 18 minutes’ drive from the airport.
Johann Staber architecturally designed the Vienna International Centre was in 1973 and completed it in 1979. An updated conference area was implemented in a post-asbestos episode and was put into use in 2009.