Bus,tram&Metro, Vienna

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    Straßenbahn

    by viddra Written May 15, 2005

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    Tram lines

    One of the ways to view Vienna's by tram. Trams are relatively slow and you can see most of the important sites since they go through main streets. There are even organized tram tours.

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    Bus

    by Gili_S Written Mar 19, 2005

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    The city buses will take where the tram or metro are short of tracks. Even through some old narrow streets inside the old part of the city....

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    Public transportation

    by Gili_S Written Mar 19, 2005

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    There is very good public transportation in Vienna, the underground, tram and bus system will take you anywhere you need to. In this picture a nice tram in front of the opera.

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    Tram 18

    by carolynllew Written Dec 23, 2004

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    Train not tram!

    The subway is great most of the time but to get from Sudbahnhof to Westbahnhof the quickest way is tram 18 in either direction.However late at night its hard to buy a ticket.

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    Take The Tram

    by keeweechic Updated Aug 24, 2004

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    You can take an inexpensive tram ride (#1 or #2) for a sightseeing tour of the wonderful late architecture of the Ringstrasse boulevard.

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    Metro Stations...

    by coceng Updated Sep 7, 2003

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    Easy to manouver in Vienna

    I hope this map of the Metro stations (Wiener Linien) around Vienna would give you a better planning of what to see...moving from one station to another.

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    The red and white streetcar

    by daaaniel Updated Aug 8, 2003

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    Trams.

    The red and white streetcar is a common sight in Vienna, so it's a shame bad that the U-bahn has make the streetcars next to obsolete. A visit to Vienna is not complete without a tram ride.

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    Tram

    by Maggies Written May 8, 2003
    Margit, Kasia and I in the tram

    The easy way for moving around Vienna is using subway or tram.
    If you buy 8 one day tickets they will cost you 26 Euros, one journey costs 1,50 Euros.

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    Getting around

    by Leipzig Updated Apr 29, 2003

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    Tram in Vienna

    Excellent public transport system - subway, tram and bus

    At the stations were no schedules of night busses - we didn't know what bus we have to take and when it departs

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    Around Vienna

    by Maggies Written Nov 1, 2002

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    Vienna gives you a dense net of underground, tram and bus routes. However the best way to get around in the old town is walking.

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    Dec 3, 2012 at 3:42 AM

    I remember the U-bahn in Vienna as clean and quite smooth to use.

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