Axis Viana Business & SPA Hotel
Av. Capitao Gaspar de Castro, Viana do Castelo, 4900-462, Portugal
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train to porto
Is there a train that goes direct to Porto Airport or a bus from Viana? If so how long does it take?
Re: train to porto
As far as I know, no train/bus frpm the airport but from Porto itself. The train takes 2 hours but you have to chnge at Nime. Bus, it depends. Visit my pages on Viana and Porto where you can find the info.
Re: train to porto
Once you arrive at Porto's Campanha main railway station it is a direct run on the Porto Metro to the airport. It takes about 35 minutes and trains run every 20 minutes every day.
Travel Tips for Viana do Castelo
* Praça da Liberdade
4900 Viana do Castelo
- Tel.: (+361) 258 09 84 15
- E mail: email@example.com
* Rua do Hospital Velho
4900- 540 Viana do Castelo
- Tel.: (+351) 258 82 26 20/258 82 49 71
- Fax: (+351) 258 82 78 73
- E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Internet: www.rtam.pt/index.php?id_categoria=54 or www.cm-viana-castelo.pt
Do you like radical sports?
Well it is not so radical, but you must try jumping from that place through the wire.
This nice park is located just near the marina.
I bet your children (If you have !) your even you will enjoy the park and the view too.
On the harbour there's Gil Eanes, a portuguese "boat" (sorry i don't know the correct word in english).
Gil Eanes was an hospital "boat". Nowadays it doesn´t go to the sea anymore nor operates as an hospital "boat".
Instead, it was "parked" here in Viana do Castelo and opened to the public visitors. You have to pay an entrance fee and then you can walk freely around the "boat".
Viana do Castelo alive
"Summer of arts"
Going to Viana in the summer can be a a surprising experience. The old medieval town has some flavoured cultural events for the music lover.
Just walk around the 16th century streets, and you might listen to some jazz coming from somwhere. If not, you'll listen the history of Portugal alive there.
Viana was an important port, and is now a ship builder. You can visit the Gil Eannes if you want to, or sail around the river or even better, the sea.
If you have the time, go for a long ride around the region Alto Minho. It's beatifull.
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