Trams are a major form of public transportation in Zagreb, the capital and largest city of Croatia. They are crowded most of the time.
The origins of the Zagreb tramway network can be traced back to the year 1891 when the first horse-drawn line opened in the city. Electric trams were introduced here in 1910. Today, the city has 19 (15 daytime, 4 nighttime) tram lines.
Planning to travel to the capital of Croatia soon? Here are some pictures of Zagreb trams and streets from my walks through the city.
Trams operate through the streets of Zagreb on a 120 km/ 74 mi long track. Most of the stock consists of 100% low-floor TMK 2200 trams.
I hope you enjoyed my photos of Zagreb 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 Zagreb? Do you like trams as a means of transportation? Feel free to post a comment below.