Christmas tram spreads holiday spirit in the streets of Bratislava

The tram's design was created in cooperation with artists.

(Source: SITA)

The Christmas tram returned to the streets of Bratislava on St. Nicholas Day (December 6).

For the first time in the history of Christmas trams, the design was not proposed by the transporter itself but by designers and artists. They turned the tram into a moving gallery.

The Christmas tram is not only a tourist attraction this year. It is part of the public transport in Bratislava and will operate as a line 1 tram from Bratislava Main Station to Ľudovít Štúr square. During the week, it will operate during the afternoon hours and most of the day during the weekend.

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