Graz Old Town Tram

Free public transport in the city centre

Convenient and free of charge: You just got to love Graz’s Old Town tram? Enjoy a free ride through the city centre!

It’s easy: With the Old Town Tram, you can travel free of charge between Hauptplatz and Jakominiplatz, plus an additional stop in both directions (e.g. to Schlossbergplatz or Kunsthaus).

You can enjoy this great offer seven days a week, from first to last service. Please note that it is only valid for trams and replacement buses (lines 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 23).

Altstadt-Bim in Graz | © Holding Graz Linien

AltstadtBim

Free travel by tram through the historic part of the city – our service for visitors to the city centre.

Free rides apply for the following lines and stops:

  • lines 1 and 7: between Südtiroler Platz and Kaiser-Josef-Platz
  • line 3: between Schlossbergplatz and Dietrichsteinplatz
  • line 4: between Südtiroler Platz and Finanzamt
  • line 5: between Schlossbergplatz and Finanzamt
  • line 6: between Südtiroler Platz and Dietrichsteinplatz
  • line 23: between Dietrichsteinplatz and Jakominiplatz

No special ticket is required to make use of this service. Every tram stop in the free travel zone is marked with the sticker “Altstadt-Bim” (Old Town Tram).

Good to know: Normal bus services are not included in this offer.

 

Public transport in Graz | © Graz Tourismus - Harry Schiffer

Public transport in Graz

Of course, there are plenty more public transport options in Graz apart from the Old Town Tram. Numerous bus and tram lines are operating throughout the city.
You can even use public transport to get up Schlossberg hill, for instance Schlossberg lift with its fascinating view of the hill’s interior. If you would like to visit the famous Clock Tower, hop on the Schlossbergbahn funicular with its scenic views across the roofs of the Capital of Delight.
Great offer: The most cost-efficient way to travel around Graz is the Graz 72-hours ticket.

Graz 72-hours ticket