Visit some of the landmarks along the riverfront in Lisbon by taking the tram. Between Praça da Figueira and Belém, this is the best way to visit the city’s monuments.
Taking the no. 15 is an adventure. This tram travels along Lisbon’s entire riverfront from Praça da Figueira to Belém.
If you catch it, you’ll be seated on one of the modern trams as opposed to an old traditional one because the number of passengers on this route is much higher.
It leaves Praça da Figueira for Praça do Comércio, passes Cais do Sodré, travels down one of the city’s busiest nightlife streets, Avenida 24 de Julho, before coming to the neighbourhood of Alcântara, Junqueira and the impressive monuments of Belém.
The no. 15 plies its route tirelessly, taking people to one of the most luminous and beautiful parts of the city.
Prepare to confront full carriages at any time of the day and eat a Pastel de Belém so you don’t lose your balance as the tram unexpectedly jerks to a halt.