The tram is an emblem of Lisbon.
The mythical 28 of course that straddles the hills of the city centre. And on the 15th, which serves Belém and its historical monuments in a modern version.
Tram 24 is an electrico, as we say in Portuguese, a local one, to serve the inhabitants of the city centre of Camoens Square (Baixa Chiado) in Campolide.
It was the residents who demanded that this line, which had been shut down for 23 years, be put back into service.
Tram 24 serves the viewpoint of São Pedro de Alcantara, the São Roque Museum, Principe Real and its shops, the Botanical Garden, the Arpad Szenes/ Vieira da silva Museum.
The terminus is in Campolide, rua de Campolide, not far from the Amoreiras, where you can go shopping and climb to the “360 degree” viewpoint of the shopping centre (see) Recently renovated, the square has become very pleasant, with on one side the “kiosk 24” in strong red, and on the other side the green wall of the restaurant “A Valenciana
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