Take the tram on the 28th line.
One of the major reasons travelers come to Lisbon is to view famous images of its number 28 yellow tram moving through the city's narrow streets. There are various trams that run around the city, including tourist trams.
The traditional number 28 costs roughly €3.00 per passenger and runs from around 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. A ticket may be bought directly from the driver or via an onboard machine. Alfama to Praça do Martim Moniz in the east and Praça do Martim Moniz in the west are served by the tram.
Because tight curves and steep slopes make modern trams unfeasible, vintage 1930s trams are still in service today.
We took the bus from Alfama to Estrela, which wasn't the best idea since the bus broke down and we had to get off and wait to get back on.
Remember that these trams are used as public transit by the people, so give up seats when you can and wait patiently.
If you want to hear narration and have a seat, you should book a tourist tram. They also travel the same routes!