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The City Circle Tram

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by April Carlisle (subscribe)
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Published October 7th 2018
The City Circle Tram is a free historic tram that runs throughout Melbourne's CBD and surrounding suburbs. Throughout the tram ride, an audio talks about Melbourne's history and points out popular attractions and the stories behind them.

At any given City Circle tram station, a tram will stop every twelve minutes. The tram stops where the City Circle stops are marked with a red circle sign with City Circle Tram written on it.

The trams are lovely, old-fashioned and are a great way to learn about Melbourne whilst getting where you need to be. The trams can become extremely packed and so you will have to be quite willing to wait an extra twelve minutes for the next tram.

The trams operating hours differ across the week and these hours can be found on the trams website (linked below)

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Why? Interesting way to travel through Melbourne
When: Refer to website for timetables
Phone: 1800 800 007
Where: Melbourne
Cost: free
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