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Tourist T line


Squeals on bends, characteristic gong warning passengers, conductor validating your tickets – they are the inherent elements of the tourist line "T". This memorable retro style ride visits places connected with Warsaw history, for example the President Narutowicz Monument, the Palace of Culture and Science, socrealistic architecture of MDM or the Warsaw Filters complex and a charming panorama of the Old Town seen from the Gdański bridge. By taking the historical tram you can also get to the Warsaw Rising Museum.


This year the tourist trams "T" will operate from 25 of June on the route:

PL. NARUTOWICZA – Grójecka – Towarowa – Okopowa – Słomińskiego – most Gdański – Jagiellońska – RATUSZOWA ZOO – Jagiellońska – most Gdański – Słomińskiego – Międzyparkowa – Andersa – Marszałkowska – Nowowiejska – Krzywickiego – Filtrowa – PL. NARUTOWICZA.

From 30 of July the vintage trams will operate on the route:

PL. NARUTOWICZA – Grójecka – Towarowa – al. Solidarności – Targowa - DW. WSCHODNI (KIJOWSKA) – Targowa – al. Solidarności – pl. Bankowy – Marszałkowska – Nowowiejska – Filtrowa – PL. NARUTOWICZA

ATTENTION! Due to track works the route may change during the season.

During all summer weekends you can find a tour guide who will be telling about the city history (only in polish). You can find him in courses assigned in the timetable with the letter "P". During this season there will be also possibilities to ride a special Warsaw Promotional Tram, where the retro-style combines with modern technology. Due to the smaller capacity of this tram (sitting places only), we suggest to start the trip from the first stop.

The detailed timetable can be found under timetables. The route operates to 3 of September.

The standard Warsaw ticket tariff is valid on the tram tourist line "T". The conductor service is provided by the members of the Association of Public Transport Fans in Warsaw. They stamp and mark the validity time on 20-, 75-, and 90-minute tickets. A trip with a long-term ticket (24h, 3-day, weekend, 30-, and 90-day) is possible after its previous validation in other public transport vehicles or in a metro gate.

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