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Vienna’s Ring-Tram begins its Ring Tour
The new Vienna Ring-Tram, still in yellow, will take visitors to Vienna on a tour of the most beautiful parts of the city along the Wiener Linien tram lines.
The tram will run daily from 10.00am to 5.20pm and will show tourists the sites around the ring, taking the same route as the former Einser line. A round trip takes 23.5 minutes.
The end station is Schwedenplatz, where the tram arrives every 15 and 45 minutes past the hour, departing once more 6 minutes later. However, the first trip of the day at 10.00am starts at the “Opera”. The tram stops at every ring station and getting off and on is possible anywhere.
Top class technology on board
There is room on board the Vienna Ring-Tram, a classic E1 streetcar, for 35 passengers (31 seats with headphone connections), with three transverse seats for children and space for one pushchair. During the trip, passengers are provided with information about the city sites via the LCD screens and headphones. It is possible to choose between seven languages (German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Japanese).
Tickets and prices:
- 24 hour Combi Ticket (incl. zone 100): 14 Euro
- 24 hour Ring-Tram ticket: 9 Euros
- 24 hour Ring-Tram discounted ticket: 5 Euros (for children from six until the age of fivteen years)
- 1 Ring Tour (1/2 hour): 7 Euros
- 1 Ring Tour (1/2 hour) child: 4 Euros (for children from six until the age of fivteen years)
All tickets can be pre-booked or purchased online from Wiener Linien. Wiener Linien network travel cards are not applicable.
Departure subjects to available seats. Tickets also avaible on the train.