Rabat Bus

Transportation in Malta is very convenient as there is an extensive bus network. Interestingly, there are no trains at all on Malta, which is rare. Yet, there’s a ferry connection and...

Christchurch Tram

Transportation in Christchurch is quickly explained. Since the city was hit by many horrible earthquakes, there’s just some basic public transportation left. In this guide, we’ll explain you what you need...

Wellington Bus

Transportation in Wellington is relatively quickly explained. The city does neither have an underground system nor trams. Thus, the public transportation network of Wellington consists of buses and trolleybuses only. While...

Auckland Ferry

If you are travelling to Auckland, you’ll surely want to know how Transportation in Auckland works. In this guide, you’ll find all the necessary information about trains, ferries and buses in...

Melbourne Metro

Transportation in Melbourne is quite interesting as the city has the world’s biggest tram network and several additional public transportation options. Especially in the city center, there’s no better way to...

Queenstown Harbour

Transportation in Queenstown is relatively easy. That’s basically because there is not much. Most tourist either arrive with a rental car or with a tour bus. Thus, the public transportation system...

Sydney Ferry

Transportation in Sydney is less well developed than you may expect. Sydney is one of the few cities of this size without a proper underground system. Yet, there are some good...

Birmingham Metro

Transportation in Birmingham is surprisingly strongly focused on buses. Even though Birmingham is the second biggest city in the United Kingdom, there is no metro. Yet, there are some train systems...

Rio de Janeiro Train

Transportation in Rio de Janeiro is relatively well developed. Compared to other cities in South America, Rio de Janeiro offers a decent transportation system. However, you might need to take a...

DFW Airport Trinity Express

Transportation in Dallas is very … American. If you are a regular reader you know that traveluxblog is a blog focusing on Europe¬†and thus I’m quite used to very extensive public...