The tram system of porto portugal is operated by the sociedade de transportes colectivos do porto stcp and currently has three regular tram routes with 30 minute headways. All are heritage tram routes as they use vintage tramcars exclusively.
The network of electric historical tramcars of stcp sa porto tram city tour constitutes an inescapable ex libris of oporto city.
Porto portugal tram. The linha 1 tram route has a departure every 20 minutes between 9am and 8pm. The porto trams are operated by sociedade de transportes colectivos do porto stcp and the latest timetables can be seen on their website. 18 is a circular tram line that starts at the tram museum by the riverside then goes all the way up to the area around clérigos s tower a central area for those who visit porto since it is close to the famous lello bookshop and praça gomes teixeira where the night life of porto begins.
A single tram ride costs 3 and a return to foz requires two single tickets total 6. What is porto tram city tour. It runs from 9 30am 6pm.
Tram 22 18. At each of the tram stops a current timetable is displayed. With a history dating back to 1872 when the first line of american cars of the city of porto was inaugurated the network of electric cars is currently constituted by 3 distinct stcp lines that run through the most emblematic areas of the city.
You may not like trams rattles and squeaks and be tempted to give them a miss. It runs from 9 15am 7pm. This tram is very much used by tourists to discover the town but also by the inhabitants who want to avoid the steep slopes of porto.
It runs from 10am 7pm. The tram system of porto in portugal is operated by the sociedade de transportes colectivos do porto and currently has three regular tram routes with 30 minute headways. There is a 2 day unlimited tram ticket for 10 but this does not include any other public transport in porto.
During working hours there is a tram departure every 20 minutes on linha 1 or every 30 minutes on linha 18 and 22. Porto tram city tour. All are heritage tram routes as they use vintage tramcars exclusively and should not be confused with the modern porto metro light rail system.
This line has since 1895 been criss crossing through some of the most iconic parts of porto. If you want to explore the city on this charming means of transportation you can take either of these three lines.