Dijon’s Trams


ticketThe 2 tram lines in Dijon are a great way of getting around the city. They are new-ish, clean, and very easy to use. It’s easy to buy the Mobigo tickets at the machines at each stop (note that it’s coins only, or a bank card). You can also use the ticket to transfer to a bus, if it’s within an hour.

On weekdays they run about every 7-8 minutes and about every 15-18 minutes on Sundays.

You get on, validate your ticket by tapping on the special stand, and check your stops on the monitors.


ticketcloserIndividual tickets are €1.50, a ticket with 10 trips was €12.30, and when we were there they were offering a special Christmas deal: an unlimited 24-hour ticket for €3.30.

Locals also buy weekly and monthly passes.

Mobigo can also be used elsewhere in Burgundy apparently, but I need to check that out.


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Avid traveler, travel writer and photographer. In an earlier life I was a psychologist, but now am an ESL teacher. Very interested in multiculturalism, and how travel can expand one's horizons, understanding and tolerance.
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