Trams in Helsinki, the capital and largest city of Finland, have been in constant operation since the end-19th century.
The first horse-drawn tram line in the city was introduced in 1891 and the first electric one in 1900. The Helsinki tram network currently consists of 11 lines with 293 stops in service with a track length of 38 km (23.6 mi) and has a daily ridership of over 1.5 million.
Panning to travel to the capital of Finland soon? Here are some pictures of Helsinki trams and streets from my walks through the city.
Trams are the main form of public transportation in central Helsinki.
I hope you enjoyed my photos of Helsinki trams and streets! Please share this post with your friends on your social media. Here are a few more interesting posts with photos that I recommend you read next:
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Have you been to Helsinki? Do you like trams as a means of transportation? Feel free to post a comment below.