The Tallinn tram network forms part of the public transportation system in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. It is operated by the company Tallinna Linnatranspordi AS.
In 1888, the first horsecar trams were established in Tallinn. The first electric tram track was opened here in 1925. Today, the Tallinn tram network comprises 4 lines with 33 stops. Annually, it has nearly 25.5 million passengers.
Planning to travel to the capital of Estonia? Here are some pictures of Tallinn trams and streets from my walks through the city.
The tram system consists of about 39 kilometers (24 mi) of route. Most of the stock consists of Tatra KT4D and 100% low-floor CAF Urbos AXL trams.
I hope you enjoyed my photos of Tallinn trams and streets! Please share this post with your friends on your social media. Here are a few more interesting posts that I recommend you read next:
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Have you been to Tallinn? Do you like trams as a means of transportation? Feel free to post a comment below.