Public Transport in Tallinn: Trams

Tallinn tramway

Trams in Tallinn (Estonian: Trammid Tallinnas) are a public transport system in Tallinn, the capital and the largest city of Estonia, operated by the Tallinna Linnatranspordi AS.



Five interesting facts about the trams in Tallinn:

  • In 1888, the first horsecar tram was established in the city.
  • The first electric tram track was opened here in 1925.
  • The city has 4 tram lines.
  • The tram system consists of about 39 kilometres (24 mi) of route.
  • Annually, the tram network has nearly 25.5 million passengers.


Tallinn tramway
ČKD Tatra KT4D tram, Tallinn

Tallinn tramway
ČKD Tatra KT4D tram, Tallinn

ČKD Tatra KT4D tram, Tallinn
ČKD Tatra KT4D tram, Tallinn

ČKD Tatra KT4D tram, Tallinn
ČKD Tatra KT4D tram, Tallinn

Red tram
ČKD Tatra KT4D tram, Tallinn

Blue tram
ČKD Tatra KT4SU tram, Tallinn

Tallinn tramway
ČKD Tatra KTNF6 tram, Tallinn

Tallinn tramway
CAF Urbos AXL tram, Tallinn

CAF Urbos AXL tram, Tallinn
CAF Urbos AXL tram, Tallinn

CAF Urbos AXL tram, Tallinn
CAF Urbos AXL tram, Tallinn

Tallinn tram
CAF Urbos AXL tram, Tallinn


Have you ever just sat on one of Tallinn's trams and rode it from the beginning until the end? Feel free to post a comment below.






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Are you planning to visit Tallinn soon? For more information about tram routes and fares, please visit: https://www.visittallinn.ee

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