Tram 28 Initial Stop

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Tram 28
The city's iconic wooden Tram 28E rambles along a 7km (4.3m) route from Camp do Ourique to Martim Moniz, taking in some of the city's most endearing attractions along a route of tight turns, steep inclines and impossibly cinematic scenery (these classic Remodelado trams, originally commissioned in the 1930s, were in fact enlisted for their abilities to navigate Lisbon's sharp twists and vertical inclines). The trams can get painfully crowded, however (wait times can be atrocious in high season), so catching an early ride (5:40am most weekdays; 6:45am on Sundays) means you'll watch photogenic hilltop neighborhoods like Graça and Alfama waking up pretty much by yourself – along with the siren call of swooping andorinhas (House Martin swallows), which descend on the city from February to October.
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R. Sra. Saúde 6B, 1100-390 Lisboa, Portugal
Sun - Sat 6am - 12am