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Lisbon Tourist information


Public TRANSPORTATION

Getting around the city

If you don't have a lot of luggage (in which case, a shuttle service or taxi would be the best option), the best way to reach the center of Lisbon from the airport is taking the metro or the AeroBus.
Once in the city, the Metro is the most efficient way to get around, especially to go between downtown and uptown. For daytrips, consider the regular trains or the excellent express bus services. See more information below:

CAR RENTALS

Although of course hiring a car can't strictly speaking be considered public transportation and within the city itself a car is normally not necessary, some visitors to Lisbon may want to do this in order to quickly and easily visit outlying areas, beaches, or take daytrips to other areas of Portugal. In this case, check out the best Lisbon car hire options here.

METRO (Subway/Underground)

Lisbon's metro (subway or underground) is modern, clean, and efficient. It runs from 6:30AM to 1:00AM, and many of its stations are decorated with contemporary art, making it a tourist attraction in itself.
See for additional information.
Some stops to note:
Cais do Sodre: For trains to Cascais and Estoril, trams for Belem, and ferries to the Monument to Christ.
Rossio: For trains to Sintra.
Sao Sebastiao: For the Gulbenkian Museum.
Jardim Zoologico: For the Sete Rios bus terminal for express buses to all over Portugal.
Colegio Militar-Luz: For the Colombo shopping mall and the Benfica stadium.
Oriente: For national and international trains, city buses, and all the Parque das Nações attractions.

Trams passing by Comercio SquareTRAMS

Riding tram 28 just for the experience is a must in Lisbon. Tram 15 is also the best way to reach Belem from downtown.
You can hop on 15 either at Figueira Square or Comercio Square (getting off by Jeronimos Monastery).
For tram 28, the best place to get on board is by Miradouro das Portas do Sol (we suggest ending your journey by Estrela Basilica).

Or take a ride around Lisbon's historic areas on a hop-on hop-off tram tour here

TAXI

To reach attractions outside the center or to get around late at night (after 1AM when the metro closes), take a taxi. It should not cost more than 10 euros to go between anywhere within the city and the center (Baixa).

BUS and AEROBUS

CarrisTur's "Aerobus" service travels between Lisbon city centre and the airport. The ticket is purchased on board.
The local Carris bus service also provides commuter buses between the airport and downtown (numbers 44) and there are some destinations within the city that are best reached by bus.
Here are some useful bus routes:
#727 - Passes by Marquês de Pombal Square and goes all the way to Belem, via the neighborhood of Santos.
#737 - Mini bus going from Figueira Square to Saint George's Castle via Alfama, if you don't want to climb up to the castle. But walk back down to the center, stopping at the viewpoints along the way.
#744 - From the airport via Saldanha to Marquês de Pombal by Avenida da Liberdade.

EXPRESS BUSES

If you plan to travel outside of Lisbon, one of the best options is the Express Buses service. It connects Lisbon to any major destination across Portugal.

TRAIN

The nearest train station to Lisbon airport is Oriente in the Parque das Nações district, a short metro ride away. There are links to several different destinations outside Lisbon and also within the city. Prices are fairly cheap (although not as cheap as the buses), and the service is generally very prompt and of a good standard.
All trains going to destinations within Portugal also pass by Oriente Station, although they depart from Santa Apolonia Station, close to the city center by Alfama.

WALKING

Walking around is actually one of Lisbon's biggest pleasures and it is the best way to experience the old quarters, all the way to the castle. Several viewpoints offer refreshments, stunning views, and a break to sit down if needed. The hilly labyrinthine streets and their cobblestones can be physically demanding, but these viewpoints are your reward. In between walks, an old tram is never too far away.

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