Getting Around

 

Trains and railway stations

Lisbon’s main station Portugal is Santa Apolónia located on Avenida Infante Dom Henrique, eastern district of Alfama, on the Tagus River bank.
Located in Restauradores, the Rossio train station runs trains to Sintra every 10 minutes. From Cais do Sodré railway station there are trains for Cascais, Estoril and Oeiras.
Kindly note that on-the-spot fines will apply on the train for travel without a ticket.

Find more info at http://www.cp.pt/passageiros/pt

 

Buses

Carris is the public transport company that runs buses, trams and cable cars in Lisbon. Tickets (viva card) for public transports are non-personalized paper tickets, rechargeable and cost €0.50 each. Tickets can be used for travelling on metro, buses and trams.

Ticket Fares: (November 2015)
Ticket – 1.40€
On board ticket (bus) – 1.80€
On board ticket (tram) – 2.85€
1 day ticket (24hour bus/metro) – 6€

Find more info at http://carris.transporteslisboa.pt

 

Metro

Metro trains run every day from 06h00 until 01h00 and a single journey to any station on the network cost 1.40€.

Ticket Fares: (November 2015)
Zipping (5€/10€/15€) – cost per journey 1.25€
1 day ticket (24hour bus/metro) – 6€


Find more info at http://metro.transporteslisboa.pt

 

Taxi

To reserve a taxi:
+351 21 811 11 00
+351 91 978 10 10
+351 96 359 32 21
+351 93 811 11 00

 

 

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