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Lisbon Tram 15
The Lisbon tram 15 route connects the districts of Baixa and Belem by following the course of the River Tejo. Along this route, modern "articulado" trams operate silently and smoothly transporting passengers on the busiest tramway route in Lisbon.
The number 15 tram in Praça do Comercio
For tourists, the Lisbon tram 15 route is the easiest method to travel to the pretty Belem district and enjoy the many scenic sections of this route, with views across the estuary and the suspension bridge.
Lisbon Tram 15 Tourist Guide
A single ticket can be purchased on board the tram and costs €2.90; have in mind the ticket machines do not accept bank notes and frequently run out of change. A single ticket price is reduced to €1.45 if charged on a pre-paid Viva Viagem card, which can be purchased from any metro station.
A one-day travel pass for all of the public transport in Lisbon costs €6.15. As this is the busiest tram service of Lisbon the trams start early and continue well into the night. The first service departs at 05:00am, the last departure is at 01:00am, and there are between 4-6 services an hour.
Lisbon Tram 15 Route
The Lisbon tram 15 route departs from Praça da Figueira in Baixa and terminates at the Algés train station, the total journey is 10 km long and takes around 40 minutes. The majority of visitors board at Praça do Comércio and exit at the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos stop in Belem, a journey that is 7km long and takes 23 minutes.
The number 15 tram to Belem
The Lisbon tram 15 route also passes the trendy Santo Amaro docks. These old warehouses have been converted into trendy bars and restaurants that over look the suspension bridge, the River Tejo and the marina. The docks area is served by the Avenue Infante Santo stop, which is 11 minutes away from Praça do Comércio.