Trams and buses operate on the same ticket system. A single journey usually costs €2.10 if purchased from the driver or €1.90 if bought from a ticket machine or Tabak stand. There are also 24-hour tickets; €5 for adults and €2.50 for children. The network of the city buses, StadtBus, are numbered 1 to 8 with different routes. Südtiroler Platz is the main bus station that is located outside Hauptbahnhof. Night buses are also available until 12:45 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights that connects to Lokalbahn trains departing from Hauptbahnhof.
Other options in getting around the city are bus taxis, taxis and bicycle rental. Bus taxis cost €3 for a single trip. It has 12 fixed routes that operate from 11:30 p.m. t0 1:30 a.m., but during weekends, it extends its operation until 3 a.m. If planning to go somewhere late at night, taxis are the best option. It is abundant that it can be found circling the Old Town and parked at a taxi depot in front of Hauptbahnhof. The meter starts at €3.60 and charge €.90 for the additional per kilometer distance. Bicycle rental is also a reliable option because there are over 100 kilometer of bike paths that is offered in the city which is often faster than taking a bus. Most hotels offer bike rentals for €7 per day. There are also Hop on Hop Off city bus tour that area available in getting around the city.
In getting around the city, visitors should adhere the traffic rules and be cautious to avoid unwanted inconvenience.