Lisbon Transport

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Lisbon Metro

The Lisbon Metro is the rapid transit system of Lisbon. Opened in December 1959, it was the first subway system in Portugal. As of 2017, the system's four lines total 44 kilometres and serves 56 stations.

The Metro is open every day, including weekends and holidays, from 06:30 am to 01:00 am

Map

www.metrolisboa.pt

 
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Lisbon Trains

For Trains to Cascais, Sintra, Algarve, Porto and much more, go to www.cp.pt/passageiros

 
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Aerobus To & From The Airport

For those who go to the most central districts of the city, such as Cais do Sodré, or Marquês de Pombal, a good option is the Aerobus. It is a bus that circulates only on the airport to centre route (and vice versa), with two lines available, depending on your destination. The intervals vary between 20 and 40 minutes, depending on the line. The Aerobus is a great option if your lodging is near one of the bus stops. Also, as it makes few stops in the way, it's a relatively quick trip. Check it out at www.aerobus.pt

Cost: 5.50 euros (discounts for online purchase)

 
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Carris Bus

CARRIS runs Lisbon’s public surface transport system. It operates a fleet of 619 buses and it offers an extensive network of routes: 77 bus routes, 6 tram routes, including world-known Tram 28, as well as the beautiful Santa Justa lift and the famous funicular trams of Glória, Lavra and Bica. 
Regular service is provided from 5 am until after 12 pm. A network of early morning routes operates from 12 pm to 5 am. 
Tickets may be purchased in the vehicles, from the driver, or at any ticket vendor. There are various types of passes, only for the CARRIS network or for the CARRIS and subway network.

 

www.carris.pt

 
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Carris Trams

CARRIS runs Lisbon’s public surface transportation system and it operates 6 Yellow Trams which people just love to ride, numbers 12, 15, 18, 24, 25 and the iconic Tram 28. Also, make some time to visit the Carris Tram Museum.

Tickets may be purchased in the vehicles, from the driver, or at any ticket vendor. There are various types of passes, only for the CARRIS network or for the CARRIS and subway network.

 

www.carris.pt

 
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Carris Funiculars and Elevator

CARRIS runs Lisbon’s public surface transport system. It operates the 3 traditional funicular trams of Glória, Lavra and Bica and the beautiful elevator, the Santa Justa lift.

Tickets may be purchased in the vehicles, from the driver, or at any ticket vendor. There are various types of passes, only for the CARRIS network or for the CARRIS and subway network.

 

www.carris.pt

 
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Ferry Boats

There are five ferry routes, but the best one for tourists wanting to take in the views are Cais do Sodré in Lisbon to Cacilhas across the Tagus (try to go off peak times as they are also commuters' ferries). On the other side, you can just stroll along the water, take a bus to the giant statue of Jesus Christ blessing the city of Lisbon and go up to the top to enjoy a breathtaking view. It is also worth popping into the town to try out one of the well-regarded seafood restaurants whilst you wait for the return ferry.

 
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Lisbon´s Taxis

Taxis are black with a green roof or cream in colour. All taxi trips must be charged by meter only, by law.

www.retalis.pt

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Uber or Cabify

Uber or Cabify for trips around the city, quick and easy.

www.uber.com

https://cabify.com/pt

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Private Transfer With A Driver

No matter if you prefer the luxury of a private transfer with a personal driver or the affordability of a shared airport shuttle, our friendly drivers will make sure they deliver you to your doorstep with a smile.

www.shuttledirect.com