Rossio Train Station - Lisbon

Rossio Train Station - 

Estação de Caminhos de Ferro do Rossio

 

Situated between Rossio Square and Restauradores Square, this station is an emblematic Neo-Manueline building, built 1886/7, designed by the architect José Luís Monteiro, designed to connect Lisbon to Sintra. 
Recently renovated, the Station surprises by its eight-door façade that combines with the nine windows and the clock, located at the centre, richly decorated. 

 

The station brings passengers coming from Sintra and the last 2.6 km is a tunnel that was considered one of the most important engineering works of the nineteenth century. The station is out of the ordinary because the platforms are 30m above the entrance and are accessed by escalators. The suburban train goes to the tourist village of Sintra via Queluz. Several trains depart from the station towards Sintra on a journey that takes less than an hour.

 

Entrance Free

Food - Yes

Metro - Rossio

Street Parking - No

Car Park - Near By Paid

R. 1º de Dezembro, 1249-970 Lisboa

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