My Rainbow Rooms

Saldanha, 1, Lisbon, 1000-007, Portugal
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Moving from one terminal to another in Lisbon.

by Miguelzgz

Hello all.
I have booked our trip to Madeira in December!!! The plane will land in Lisbon at terminal one, and we depart to Madeira in Terminal 2. We have 45 minutes, and I guess it must be enough time. Is it "easy to use" the Lisbon airport?

Thank you.

Re: Moving from one terminal to another in Lisbon.

by cubsur

You have to take a bus across the airport from Terminal One to Terminal Two. This takes a few minutes including waiting time. If your two flights are with the same airline and your baggage if any checked through, then there would be problem but if you have flights with separate airlines and your first flight is late then the second carrier is under no obligation to wait for you!

There are plenty of signs directing you to 'Terminal Two' although it is not until you get to the door that you realise that it requires a bus and when I last did the transfer you had to pass once again through airport security! All that takes time of course.

Re: Moving from one terminal to another in Lisbon.

by cubsur

Sorry it should say 'no problem' in the 3rd sentence above. Can't read.

Re: Moving from one terminal to another in Lisbon.

by Miguelzgz

Thank you. Yes, we are flying with the same company, TAP. That gives me much confidance. As you said, if the first plane lands late, they must take care of us.

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Walk up towards the castle....

by G_Butler

Walk up towards the castle. You'll come across narrow old streets that you don't see from the trams. It may look a fair climb, but it really isn't that strenuous and the views from the top are breathtaking. My best memory was up at the castle one night during the beer festival in July and looking over the city.It really was amazing.

Visit the frigate in the...

by sandkarsten

Visit the frigate in the River. It is rebuild and you can walk through four decks. It is good if you take the little walkman. On tape there is a good information about the ship and life on board. It is interesting not only if you are interested in seafaring.

Lisboa Card

by irisbe

If you stay a couple of days, you might consider to buy a Lisboa card.

It will give you reduction to many musea, it comes with a book with all the addresses and places to visit and you will be able to use the local transportation.

The time we were there in 2001, you also could have a free ride on the famous tram 28.
I read recently on another member’s page that you now have to pay for this tram.
The first time you use it you have to fill in the date and have it stamped and put your signature.

We took a 72 hour card but we didn’t have much profit out of it as some of the musea were closed for reconstruction and there was also a free museum day during our stay.
I think it would be better to stay longer then the 72 hours and use the first couple of days to explore and then valid your card for the remaining days and museum discounts. I would have stayed on tram 28 the whole day. Sometimes it was like a helter skelter! On the last evening there were some of the trams not driving but lucky the very last one did! Only the driver was not very happy to have to pick up so many people and he showed it, not only by his expression, but also by his "driver's skills".
Every one was trying to keep serious, trying to avoid to look at eachother because that driver would have just kicked you off his vehicul should you dear to laugh!.

Try a glass of Ginjinha

by B_Caro

You should try this cherry liqueur (or ginjinha) in one of the many small pub or shops who sells this liqueur.

To get this liqueur, cherries are fermented in brandy with addition of water, sugar and cinnamon.


by dimilag

One of the best ways to explore the natural beauty of Lisbon’s surrounding countryside is on horseback. The magnificent landscape of the Costa do Estoril, particularly the Cascais-Sintra Natural Park, are best appreciated on horseback, providing a truly memorable day out for visitor riders. One of the best places to hire a horse and go riding for a few hours is at the Quinta da Marinha Riding School in Cascais.


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