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From airport to Altis Park Hotel (metro stop Olaias)

by MILANCHAMP

Which is the quickets way for this itinerary by public transport? Aereobus+metro or some direct bus?

Re: From airport to Altis Park Hotel (metro stop Olaias)

by SOLODANCER

Not so sure the Lisbon metro has made it all the way up to the airport area yet

In that case, you're better off taking the AeroBus

Re: From airport to Altis Park Hotel (metro stop )

by cubsur

The metro does not serve Lisbon airport yet. Line still under construction.

You can take a bus to Lisbon's Gare Oriente station, which also has a metro station called Oriente.

Local bus number 44 or the Airport bus 91 (more expensive) will take you to Oriente where the metro is next to the bus stop.

Olaias is on that metro line (Red line) so the complete journey will be 25 minutes at most.

Hope that helps.

Re: From airport to Altis Park Hotel (metro stop Olaias)

by Manara

The hotel is supposed to have a complimentary shuttle service for its guests, but the website does not provide details about how it works. Personally, I have been to that hotel twice but I learned only afterwards about this shuttle. I took a taxi because the ride is short, not more than ten minutes.
I know you can get there with AeroBus (price should be EUR 3.50 now) but I don't know where exactly it stops. At the airport, in the arrivals area, there is a Tourist Information office that is very helpful, they will tell you all about AeroBus and can also sell you a ticket.
There is a metro station just outside the hotel, it will be very useful to go visiting.

Re: From airport to Altis Park Hotel (metro stop Olaias)

by MILANCHAMP

Thank you very much to both of you, very helpful.

Travel Tips for Lisbon

go up to the castle and enjoy...

by cosmopolit

go up to the castle and enjoy a good view of town. Stroling through all the winding alleys and walks enjoying lovely seafood. Tramrides are a fun way of exploring town, never knew they could climb such steep hills. Alternatively try one of the elevators to get from downtown to uptown wherelse can you do that?

Baixa

by call_me_rhia

After the devastating earthquake of 1755, it was decided that a new city centre be built for The area called Baixa is a - let's call it "dignified" area in Lisbon. it's the low-city... the one that's nearly completely flat. After having been demolished by an earthquake in 1755, this new centre was built - in neoclassical style. My favourite part are the wide airy squares surrounded by amazing buildings, and at times lined with statues or arches. Despite the traffic, it's a plesant area to walk. I am particularly fond of Rua Augusta, but not for its cafes and boutiques... the reason is more trivial... it bears my name. How can you not like such a street?

From the Jeronimos Monastery...

by santax

Lisbon's Golden Gate sister, the 25 de Abril Bridge can be seen from the Belem district, from where there are also views to the Monument to Christ. To reach this monument you must take a ferry from Cais do Sodre station to Cacilhas, from where there are buses that stop right below the pedestal. All of Lisbon can be seen from the top.

Pastries!

by evilprebil

The Portuguese have a real sweet tooth so you will find some of the best pastries and cakes in all the little cafes. The 'national pastry' is considered to be pasteis de nata, which is a delicious custard filled tart. If you journey to Sintra you can find queijades de Sintra, which I foolishly thought would actually taste like cheese. They are very good regardless and have a nice cinnamon flavor.
You can enjoy these at the counter of a cafe with um bica (an expresso-like shot of coffee) or laze the afternoon at an outdoor table and people watch.

Benfica and Estádio da Luz

by schmechi

Portugueses are enthusiastic about football. When there is a great game, everybody is watching, wheter in the stadium or in front of the TVs, which will be observed in all cafes.
So visiting the stadium is a good idea to make something typical and to meet real Portuguese. Besides the great clubs play really good football, so you will not regret the entrance fee.

The most famous Lisbon football club is Benfica ( actually Sport Lisboa e Benfica), their home stadium (Estádio da Luz) has 66.000 seaters and is a modern football arena, rebuild for the European championship 2004, but architecturally oriented on the old Luz.

You will surely get goose gimples when the supporters cheer "Benfica, Benfica, Benfica" and when their mascot - a living eagle - glides from the stadium roof to settle at his entitled place on the club's logo.

Tickets are easy to get, you'll get them in advanced sale in front of the stadium or at APEQ-Tickets at Praca Restauradores (the latter one are slightly overpriced). At matchdays there will be huge queues in front of the stadium, if you evade the long waiting, you can buy tickets from black market sellers in front of the stadium. You can trust them, but consequentially they claim overrated prices.
Additionally the tickets are sold via the internet from the official homepage.

The stands are named after Benfica's main sponsors, the main stand is bancada PT, the fanclub "No Name Boys" supports from bancada Sagres, the "Diabolos verhelmos" from bancada Coca Cola. Both fanclub prefers the corner areas of the stands behind the goals. If you want to buy any supporter's equipment take a look at the various boothes in front of the stadium. They are not expensive and offer great diversity.

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