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With its public transportation, the City of Dreams proves that the old and the new can be mixed in one place. It is possible to see horse-drawn carriages running around in Vienna, while the modern traffic is also in a rush. Vienna does not only contain the traces of history, it still lives and reflects its unique texture of time. 

You can visit Vienna tourist attractions with “fiaker”s, which are horse-drawn taxis. It is possible to use bikes around the city as well. Bicycles are one of the most popular transportation vehicles in Vienna, where tourists can enjoy the slow pace of the city while cycling. But when it comes to regular networks of transportation; trains, tram lines and metro lines are quite efficient and practical for tourists, as well. 

Metro lines are called “U-BAHN” and local trains are called “S-BAHN”. A very practical feature about the public transportation is that you can use all of these vehicles with a single ticket type. These tickets can be obtained from ticket machines located in the stations or from the ticket offices. With The Vienna Pass card, you can have discounts in entrances to various museums as well. 


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