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Buy the 24 hour pass, which is great value as we were able to use it on the metro, buses, trams and funiculars. They are all pretty busy though so be prepared to stand.
You buy the 24 hour pass at metro stations. We were...More
We spent four days in Lisbon and wherever we went in the city there seemed to be tramlines. Some of them catered for the small vintage Lisbon trams, some catered for the funicular trams which could climb very steep inclines and others, primarily near the...More
We took the tram from Belém. Crowded !
Spent some time waiting for the tram!
DO NOT TAKE TRAM WHEN CROWDED!
my husband had his wallet stolen getting on to the tram. These people are watching tourists!( my husband was silly having his wallet in...More
On arrival to Lisbon we had issues with our accommodation. So we had to book a new place fast. We booked with Booking.com. With all fee and taxes paid through site.
On arrival the owner (I assume) wouldn’t accept that the “city tax” was already...More
We took the tram for a Sunday scenic tour of the city. Many reviews complain how sloow this is, thos is true! But, the trams will tske you places that the big tour buses can not get to.
We enjoyed our ride, but found making...More
We purchased a bus/tram/metro day pass following recommendations online for travelling to Belem
Unfortunately after waiting for Tram 15 to Belem, a bus then turned up with "15" on. However the bus was full so drove past us. We waited for Tram 15 but it...More
If you purchase a viva viagem day ticket (from metro stations) this gives unlimited rides for 24 hours. The 12 and 28 tram routes are spectacular but are full of tourists. Try other routes for a different experience - the 25 goes from the city...More
Mostly crowded and costs 3 euros per person ( put into proportion for a ten minute taxi ride u would pay around 5 euros) ... the driver was rude and impatiant and we had to stand the whole way... look, snap photos, no need ride
It is heaven for tram and funicular enthusiasts. So much to do so many routes and funiculars all so brilliant and exciting. Just travel till you have had enough - get a 1 day ticket and keep going. Brilliant
The traditionally trendy "Chiado" (literally, "squeak", the nickname of a 16th century poet) offers plenty of cafes, restaurants and bars where you can stop for a cafe or cocktail, after exploring its streets, shops, art galleries, theaters, museums and viewpoints. It's also the home to the statue of the famous statue of portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa, having is usual espresso at "A Brasileira" as he used
to. You can also enjoy breathtaking views of Lisbon from the Elevador de Santa Justa or the Carmo Convent, for example. A commercial neighborhood at its core, especially for its Garrett and Carmo streets, Chiado is to this day a mandatory visit in Lisbon.
Hi there is a metro station close by, along with bus stops. But not sure about the tram, but again it will only be a short distance away (I know there is stops near the main plaza 5mins away). It all depends where you are... More
Hi there is a metro station close by, along with bus stops. But not sure about the tram, but again it will only be a short distance away (I know there is stops near the main plaza 5mins away). It all depends where you are planing to go? Think about getting a day ticket as it is better value.