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The City Circle Tram is a free and convenient way to see the sights of central Melbourne and the Docklands while experiencing a ride on one of the city's much loved heritage trams.An audio commentary provides details of city landmarks and major...more
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We caught the free city circle tram recently and after 10 minutes the driver stopped, announced that the service was finished as he had “something to do”, reeled off a couple of tram # options for us to catch, got off the tram and left...More
The melbourn city circle trams is free for all! It stops at each toursisy sites and all i have to do was to pull the bell. As everyone on board was a tourist we get to compare notes of the places of interest. The tram...More
If you stay in Melbourne for a few days and stay around downtown the city tram sure can help. But we stayed in Melbourne just for a few hours. From the cruise ship terminal it's too far to walk (about an hour.) We had to...More
Like so many people in the CBD I had got on and off the City Circle tram but never did the full trip. So my partner and myself took ourselves around the other day and it was really very interesting and enjoyable. The only downside...More
The City Circle Trams have a good tourist commentary. Unfortunately, they are often crowded with city workers, so it is difficult to hear about the city highlights. These historic teams are not for people with mobility issues, because the step up and down to the...More
it is very convenience and free of charge to use City Circle Tram for sight seeing. In the past, No 35 is free to bring you to Victoria Market but now within the city, all the trams are free which is good for tourists.
We boarded the tram and got seats at once. The whole trip is well worth doing, free but sometimes very crowded, and uncomfortable for older or disabled people. The commentary is good and we learnt about Melbourne’s history and main attractions. All trams are free...More
Full of discovery and delight, Melbourne’s laneways tease the imagination long after you’ve put your weary feet up to rest. They weave through the heart of the city: cafes, bars, restaurants and boutiques, throbbing with conversation and espresso coffee. You never quite know what you’ll find around the next corner: cobblestone alleys, old beer barrel hoists and even vats of simmering organic soup. There is the air
of Berlin in the street art, a touch of Paris in the umbrella-shaded cafes and, reminiscent of Rome, eateries tucked away in the most unlikely of places. Perhaps you might want a break and cross the Yarra River to Southbank - walk along the promenade, bask in the sun at a waterside bar and decide whether to go to the nearby casino or book a ticket at the Melbourne theatre company.
There are several city circle trams (number 35) circulating at one time, they usually come every 8-10 minutes and go in both directions. At each tram stop there is a marron/brown circle sign for the city circle tram... More
There are several city circle trams (number 35) circulating at one time, they usually come every 8-10 minutes and go in both directions. At each tram stop there is a marron/brown circle sign for the city circle tram which indicaztes which side of the line you need to be standing to travel in which drection. Uwsuaklly once on the tram up the frontthere is a pamphlet rack which contains free brochures, there is usually one which gives you the route of the tram and the various stoops.