Vienna Ring Tram
The Vienna Ring: highlights on a shoestring
The Vienna Ring is an Austrian World Heritage Site. The majestic boulevard was laid out in the mid-19th century around the centre of the city, replacing the old city wall and the glacis.
Ornate buildings such as the state opera, parliament buildings, city hall, Burgtheater, stock exchange and numerous palaces were erected along the resulting boulevard.
Information in 8 languages
All of these sights can be viewed from the Vienna Ring Tram, irrespective of the weather. Hop on board and enjoy our integrated multimedia system, which provides explanations in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Hungarian, Russian and Japanese. A version in Viennese dialect, spoken by a well-known Viennese actor, is also available.
The ticket is valid for one Ring tour and costs € 8.00 (€ 9.00 from 1 July 2016).
Children from 6 to 15 years
Children under 6 years
Children under six years ride free of charge if no separate seat is required.
You can buy your ticket directly in the Vienna Ring Tram.
Once the ticket has been punched, it is valid for 30 minutes (1 round).
Wiener Linien network travel cards are not applicable.
Starting and ending at the departure point at Schwedenplatz, the Vienna Ring Tram circles the ring at 30-minute intervals each day from 10 a.m. until 5.30 p.m. The final circuit starts at 5.30 p.m.
|First circuit:||10 am|
|From 10 am to 5:30 pm:||every 30 minutes|
|Last circuit:||5:30 pm|