In service since 1887, trams are one of the earliest forms of public transportation in Seville, the capital and largest city of the autonomous region of Andalusia, Spain.
The Seville tramway covers a total distance of 2.2 kilometers and (1.4 miles) consists of just five stops: Plaza Nueva, Archivo de Indias, Puerta de Jerez, Prado de San Sebastián and San Bernardo. It is served by five Urbos 3 trams, all of which were manufactured by the Spanish company CAF. The annual ridership is about 4.5 million passengers.
Are you planning to visit Andalusia? Here are some pictures of the trams and streets of Seville. Note: All photos were taken by me.
I hope you enjoyed my photos of Seville’s trams and streets! Please share this post with your friends on your social media. Here are a few more informative and interesting articles that I recommend you read next:
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Have you been to Seville? Have you ever just sat on one of the city’s trams and rode it from the beginning until the end? Do you like trams as a means of transportation? Feel free to post a comment below.