Take your seat in the emblematic Tram 28

Tram 28 is one of Lisbon's most iconic and popular transportation, for its history, antiquity, and symbol of a city's tradition. And its value is not only immeasurable, but also its route is one of the most beautiful in the capital since it allows you to get to know many historical areas and a great part of the historical and the natural heritage of Lisbon.

Graça, the viewpoint of Santa Luzia, Sé, downtown, Basílica da Estrela (Basilica) or Igreja do Santo Condestável (Church) are some of the attractions of Lisbon that you can easily visit by taking the tram 28. But pay attention and be very careful with the hour you choose to take the tram: this transportation is always extremely crowded, both with tourists and Portuguese passengers, who use it so they can move around the city - for work purposes or just for leisure. For that reason, maybe you should choose to take the tram early in the morning - in fact, at this time of the day, you can experience the beautiful and characteristic light of the city, the colors and all the aromas that spread over the city.

The longest route of this famous tram 28 has 35 stops, and you can take it wherever you want.

Route of Tram 28

Martim Moniz (first stop)
  1. Rua da Palma
  2. Igreja dos Anjos (Church)
  3. Rua Maria Andrade
  4. Rua Maria da Fonte
  5. Rua Angelina Vidal
  6. Sapadores
  7. Rua da Graça
  8. Graça
  9. Voz do Operário
  10. Calçada de São Vicente
  11. Rua das Escolas Gerais
  12. Largo das Portas do Sol
  13. Miradouro de Santa Luzia (viewpoint)
  14. Limoeiro
  15. Rua da Conceição
  16. Largo da Academia Nacional de Belas Artes
  17. Rua Vítor Cordon/ Rua Serpa Pinto
  18. Chiado (downtown)
  19. Praça Luís de Camões
  20. Calhariz  - Bica
  21. Santa Catarina
  22. Calçada do Combro
  23. Rua Poiais de São Bento
  24. Rua de São Bento / Calçada da Estrela
  25. Calçada da Estrela / Rua de Borges Carneiro
  26. Calçada da Estrela / Rua Doutor Teófilo Braga
  27. Estrela - Rua da Estrela
  28. Estrela - Basílica da Estrela (Basilica)
  29. Estrela - Rua Domingos Sequeira
  30. Rua Domingos Sequeira
  31. Rua Saraiva de Carvalho
  32. Igreja do Santo Condestável (Church)
Campo de Ourique - Cemitério dos Prazeres (last stop)

Note: You should always check the official website of CARRIS (the company that owns buses and trams in Lisbon) so you can be informed about the available schedules or about any changes that can occur in the route of tram 28.

Make your tours in Lisbon even more special by taking the traditional tram 28. Take a comfortable seat and enjoy, through the window, the wonders that the city offers every day to all its visitors. By doing so, you can understand why Lisbon is one of the favorite tourist destinations for the majority of the foreigners and why opting for this transportation is one of their obligatory actions - however, if you are not keen on taking this tram, you can also choose another transportation for your tours in the capital.

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