Many bus lines serve the city of Vienna, and some may have stops near the cathedral. Check the local bus routes and schedules to find the most convenient option for your location.
Subway: Vienna has an extensive subway system (known as U-Bahn), and the cathedral is conveniently located near the Stephansplatz U-Bahn station. You can take the U1 or U3 line and get off at Stephansplatz station. From there, it’s just a short walk to the cathedral.
Tram: Vienna also has a tram network. Trams 1 and 2 stop near the cathedral at the “Oper/Karlsplatz” or “Weihburggasse” stations, from where you can walk to Saint Stephen’s Cathedral.
If you are already in the city center or nearby, you can choose to walk or cycle to the cathedral. Vienna is a pedestrian-friendly city with dedicated cycling paths, making it convenient to explore on foot or by bike.