Public Transport in Seville: Trams

Seville tranvia

Trams in Seville (Spanish: Tranvías en Sevilla) are a public transport system in Seville, the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Andalusia and the province of Seville, Spain.




Five interesting facts about the trams in Seville:

  • The history of tram transport in the city dates back to 1887.
  • It covers a total distance of 2,2 km.
  • It 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.


Seville tram
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville

Seville tramway
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville

Seville tramway
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville

CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville

Tram in Seville
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville

CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville

Tram in Seville
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville

Tramway Seville
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville

Tramway Seville
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville

Sevilla
CAF Urbos 3 tram, Seville


Have you ever just sat on one of Seville'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 Seville soon? For more information about tram routes and fares, please visit: http://www.andalucia.com

8 comments

  1. Wow, the tram in Sevilla looks like Luas in Dublin (Ireland). I'll be in Sevilla in next month. Thank you for sharing the tips

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  2. So interesting! I can't believe it dates back that far- wow!!!

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  3. Interesting history! Nice photos! I love the horse and buggy also! Looking forward to traveling there!
    Dee

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  4. It looks great!! and the streets are very very clean that's what makes spain special. Love this country so much

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