Take a ride on one of the symbols of Lisbon and get ready for an amazing journey. The no. 28 passes the city’s landmarks on a route that has to be experienced.
The no. 28 is a little treasure on rails.
The small yellow trams beg to be photographed as they travel through the prettiest historic and residential quarters of the city.
Opening the windows and letting the parade of buildings covered in azulejos pass you by, glimpsing the sudden ascents and marvelling at the winding route between hills, miradouros and squares that take your breath away, is one of the things you have to do while in the city.
The no. 28 shuttles between Graça and Prazeres, on a route that slips between historic bairros, passed palaces, visits the cathedral, crosses Baixa, climbs up to Chiado and Estrela and ends in Campo de Ourique.
The comforting sound of its bell ensures that, even if you get off to see the attractions along the way, the no. 28 will always return to take you home.