The Warsaw tram network forms part of the public transportation system in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. It is operated by the company Tramwaje Warszawskie Sp. z o.o.
The first tramway entered service in Warsaw in 1886 as a horsecar line. In 1908, the first electric line was opened in the city. Today, the Warsaw tram network comprises 26 lines and is 132 kilometers (82 miles) long. Annually, it has nearly 200 million passengers.
Planning to travel to the capital of Poland? Below are pictures of Warsaw trams and streets from my walks through the city.
Currently, more than 60% of the rolling stock operated by the company are low-floor trams.
You can find all the information you need about public transportation in Warsaw on the Warszawski Transport Publiczny website.
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