Nice funicular but too expensive...nothing to see and too short!!! near 4 € for two drive where you need only one!!! :-(
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They are very traditional but lil bit risky as well, lot´s of pick-pocketers. Apart from that it´s a nice tour of the city, able to see many things around.
You can get a pass or pay as you go definitely a cheap way to see the city and a fun one at that. You must take one at least once (famous tram 28)
I used public transport a lot all over the city including the 28 and 15 trams. Note about the 28 - you can jump on the much less crowded 12 and pretty much get the same ride as the 28. Note about the 15 ride...More
We loved the tram rides in Lisbon and it's actually the best way to explore the city and especially when you have limited time. We bought the day card viagem from the metro station and it worked for us in all trams around the city....More
We spent 45 minutes on Tram 28 from one end to the other, if you have a travel card it accepts it otherwise €2.90 will be the cost for as many stops as you want to do. There are other trams to try and it...More
These run frequently and go to most places. They can be quite crowded and therefore sometimes hot and uncomfortable if you have to stand. We were warned about possible pick pockets but werent aware of any. Suggest buying a reloadable pass rather than buying ticket...More
Quite old, a bit dirty and improvements are really needed! They should also focus on the western side of the city.
Using city card did the full lines on both the old and modern trams. A great way of getting up the many hills. Went on a finicular for the experience. Could have played for hours.
Great trip in a lovely sailing vessel. It was quite a short trip but that was our choice. Lovely to see the beautiful city of Lisbon from the sea. There is no shade on board so suncream and a hat is a must for most...More