The main hub is Lisbon International Airport which is 4.3 miles from the city centre. The airport offers a number of routes to the UK and other international destinations. Airport bus number 91 which is run by Carris connects the airport and the city. You can also take a city bus or taxis from outside the airport to Lisbon.

The Portuguese national transport company is run by Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses and operates all transport except the metro. This service includes Intercidades, Alfa Pendular, Regional and Interregional trains which enable you to travel around Portugal to cities such as Porto, Faro, Braga, Coimbra and Evora, and within cities.

Public Transport

Lisbon public transport network including buses, trams and lifts is run by the municipal company Carris.

One of the most popular and novel methods of public transport chosen by tourists is the tram which takes you up the hills in Lisbon. The tourist bus is another option for visitors who want a guided tour.

Metro is the fastest way to travel within the city centre. There are four lines and the stations are decorated with paintings by famous artists. The Lisboa Card is the best ticket to buy if you want to travel around the city. It allows unlimited travel in the city and discounts on museums and other tourist attractions.

Lisbon Travel Guide

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  1. Appadoo Ramsamy

    Ref: Quotataion

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