New ring tram Vienna , Austria

NameNew ring tram

Alt Name New ring tram

Period Mid-19th century

Country Austria

City/Town Vienna

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.
Enjoy a sightseeing tour of a special kind. The Vienna Ring Tram takes you to the most important sights in Vienna. Admire the fantastic historical buildings in the city and learn about the history of Vienna with the informative commentary along the way.
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.
All of these sights can be viewed from the Vienna Ring Tram, irrespective of the weather. The integrated multimedia system provides historical explanations in eight languages.

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