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Krems to Vienna via train

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We are looking to do the Vienna to Melk via train, visit the Abbey then take the cruise to Krems and train back to Vienna for a day trip. In looking at the train schedules for Krems to Vienna it requires a transfer at St Poelton but the transfer time is only 9 minutes. That seems like a very short time to change trains- has anyone done this?

Also - at the boat doc in Krems are there taxis to take you to the train station? (the walk is too far for us) We would have about 90 minutes before the train leaves is it worth it to explore the city or just head to the train station?

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