Trams in Lisbon
The tram rattling through narrow, winding alleys is a familiar symbol of Lisbon. The retro yellow and white trams blend into the beautiful cityscape, creating a nostalgic scene. Riding the tram to the Alfama district, Lisbon Cathedral, Praça do Comércio, and other tourist attractions has become a popular pastime for visitors to the city.
Located on the north bank of the mouth of the Tagus river, Lisbon is the capital of Portugal, one of the most historic cities in Europe. The city is made up of valleys and hills, and is lined with historical buildings from various periods and rustic houses in pastel colors. The nostalgic atmosphere is created by retro streetcars running along winding hills and azulejo-tiled walls. The mild climate and delicious gourmet food are also secrets to the cozy feeling.