Tram 28

Tram 28

The Lisbon moving souvenir and one of the bigger attractions is the tram 28. An old yellow colored tram is something that must be visited during the stay in Lisbon. You can buy souvenir "tram 28" in almost every gift shop. Tram 28 passes through some of the most significant parts of Lisbon, and with its famous route, which is much more than just a transport, allows you to see some of the most popular parts of the city, such as: Alfama, Baixa, Chiado, Estrela – the winding street.

The tram does not move at high speed, but slowly enough so that the city can be seen and photographed from it. Tram 28 passes through one of the more popular streets, Alfama Street, which climbs a small hill on a winding road, which is perhaps the culmination of tram 28 ride. The line of tram 28 is 7 kilometers long, and the whole ride takes about 50 minutes. This is perfect and also most favorable transport through small and narrow winding streets, so in addition to tourists who often fill the tram, it is also used by locals for everyday transport.

Line 28 was created back in 1914. From then until today, it is the most popular attraction is Lisbon. The old yellow tram stands out easily among modern modes of transport. The tram has 28 seats and 38 standing places. The interior of the tram is original, wooden and very tempting. It really fits in perfectly with cheerful Lisbon. The tram has 17 stops, the whole ride starts at Martin Moniz station and ends at R. Conceicao. On some routes, the tram moves faster and slower. With this ride, you can get to know Lisbon the best and feel the romantic spirit of the city. An unforgettable experience!

At 5:40 in the morning, the tram departs from Martin Moniz station (square). Later, the tram departs from Graca station. The last departure is at 11 p.m.
A tram ride costs 3.00 euros, a day card for an unlimited number of rides costs 6.40 euros.

In Lisbon, various types of tourist tours are organized, guided city tours, which have a yellow tram in their regular "attractions".

Author of the text:

Maja Glavaš, Bachelor with Honours in Communicology. Works in Tourism.
Contact: [email protected]; instagram: travel_europe1

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