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“A waste of time, very unrelaible”
Review of Tram 28

Tram 28
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Lisbon 4-Hour Small-Group Walking Tour Including...
Ranked #23 of 491 things to do in Lisbon
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Owner description: Vintage trams take passengers on a scenic trip from the city center at sea level up through the narrow maze of streets towards St. George Castle.
Reviewed 3 May 2018

We went at 20.00hrs to the terminus at Placa Martin Munez as we were told that you would not get on anywhere else as it is always full and evening is a bit quieter.We saw one leave and waited over an hour for another but one did not come. There is no one at the stop to advise you. If you did manage to get on I doubt if you would see anything due to overcrowding. There are other trams if you want the expeience. No 15 goes to Belem.

Thank Pat C
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

Climb on, get squashed and crane to see the sights of Lisbon. The tram travels the length of the city and throws you out at each end. When we travelled in April 2018 it was 2.90 euros for a one way journey. From the outside it looks very romantic bumbling through the city but inside it is hot and sweaty. If you don't mind being squashed and needing a chiropractor when you climb off then take this trip to travel like a local. :)

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Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

The trolley is extremely over crowded. Lots of tourists waiting at stops with no chance of even getting on because the trolley is full by the time it arrives at each stop. Need to get on at end of route at Campo Ourique for any chance of a seat. If you catch on the way west they will make you get off here at end of run and then get in line and pay again. It was a nice ride but stopped at Praca Camoes where we had to disembark and get into a mini bus that continues the route east (and had to repay again). Overall, it was a nice tourist activity but wouldn't do it again.

Thank ballardtravel
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Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

This is probably the fastest mostra eficient way to discover Lisbon. Whether you are touring or just moved in, this should be your first step. Had a great time and saw a lot.

Thank DanielStocker
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

Yes, it’s a nice trip, but only if you get to the tram stop before 08:30. At that time you will possibly get a seat and have a good experience. It is worth the effort. The trip exceeds an hour, and it jolts along quite roughly
After that time the queues start to build rapidly. The trams are overcrowded. Seating is limited on the tram, and more people are standing than sitting. Standing people will not be able to view anything. Even if you get a seat, your views are limited, as you won’t be able to see anything out of the windows on the other side of the tram
I believe the tram 12E is a good alternative, as it does the best parts that tram 28 does. The difference, no queues, you get a seat, and you can see the views. It’s not such a long trip, but I wouldn’t get on tram 28 during the day

Thank Mal P
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