Lisbon’s Tram 28
Tram 28 is the symbol of Lisbon, the Portuguese capital!
They are vintage trams that will take people in a beautiful, scenic journey through the city center, wandering around the narrow, beautiful streets of Lisbon.
These trams date to 1930! Rather than putting them in a museum, it was decided to use them as part of the public transport network. If you are looking for the best tour of Lisbon, then Hop in one of those trams and let the journey begin!
You can buy the ticket onboard the tram for 2.90 Euros. It is also possible to buy the 24 hours public transport ticket, at 6.30 Euros and also includes the metro, tram, and all buses.
For tourists, this ticket can also be used to go to the Elevator of Santa Justa.
The Tram 28 in Lisbon connects Martim Moniz with Campo Ourique, and passes through the districts of Graca, Alfama, Baixa and Estrela.
It is the classic journey that every tourist should take to get to know the city better! Drivers are usually fantastic and always happy and smiling. It will surely be a ride you will not forget!
For more information on the public transport in Lisbon, check this link: https://www.lisbon.net/transport
Also, Check out How I fell in love with Lisbon by clicking here : My Lisbon Story