Riding the Lisbon Tramway
For a unique way to experience the Portuguese capital, hop aboard a vintage streetcar and ride up and down the city's hills. With nostalgic trams and scenic routes, the Lisbon Tramway is more than just public transit. See below for your options.
Ride through Lisbon's picturesque hilltop neighborhoods aboard a vintage wooden tramcar, the city’s most of Lisbon on its most iconic form of transportation.
Choose from five tram routes, including the famous Tram No. 28, which runs between Castelo de São Jorge, Bairro Alto, and Graça.
Maximize your time in the city with a hop-on hop-off Lisbon tram tour.
Guided Tram Tours
See the city and tackle its notorious hills without breaking a sweat on a tram tour and benefit from the inside knowledge of a local tour guide. For the best value, combine the ride with a walking tour of the city, stopping at sights such as Praça da Figueira, Martim Moniz, Jardim da Estrela, Sé Cathedral, and Sao Bento.
Hop-on Hop-off Tours
Hop-on hop-off tours offer the flexibility to customize your itinerary to suit your preferences. Opt for a 24-, 48-, or 72-hour ticket and enjoy multiple bus and tram lines, exploring Lisbon neighborhoods such as Baixa, Alfama, Chiado & Bairro Alto, Belém, and Estrela. For the best value, choose a combo tour that includes other Lisbon activities such as a cruise along the Tagus River.
For a personal touch, choose a private tour. These options ensure the undivided attention of a guide and an itinerary tailormade for your interests, whether you want to get to know the city better or keep the kids entertained.