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Osijek – Le vieux tramway attire les touristes
Une trentaine de touristes britanniques, amoureux de tramways, et de journalistes, y compris ceux des magazines spécialisés sur les tramways, ont récemment visité Osijek, où l'un des plus vieux tramways de cette région de l’Europe, fonctionne encore à des fins touristiques.

Le tramway d'Osijek daté de 1928, est une véritable attraction, car, contrairement à d'autres vieux trams dans certaines villes européennes, il conserve toutes les pièces et l´installation électrique d'origine. Il est un véritable symbole d'Osijek. Le tramway a commencé à circuler à Osijek en 1883, étant le premier en Croatie. C´était un tramway à chevaux. Les deux lignes reliaient à l´époque les quartiers les plus éloignés de la ville et elles ont fondé le système de circulation urbaine d'aujourd'hui. Quarante ans plus tard, c'est à dire en 1928, le tramway à chevaux a été remplacé, à la suite de l'électrification générale de la ville, par des tramways électriques.

La seule remorque du premier tramway électrique d'Osijek qui a survécue est entièrement rénovée et prête pour la circulation. Sur les rues d'Osijek, comme une véritable attraction, circule à nouveau le tramway qui rendait la vie de ses habitants, il y a plus de huit décennies, plus agréable et facile. Le tramway est équipé d'un système de haut-parleur sans fil et de deux écrans plasma. Les uniformes de conducteur et de guide touristique sont les répliques de ceux de 1926 et ils sont, comme le tramway, au service de la visite touristique de la ville.


Office du Tourisme régional d’Osijek-Baranja
www.tzosbarzup.hr

Office du Tourisme d’Osijek
www.tzosijek.hr
 
 

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