Albufeira Transportation

  • VTers on the train
    VTers on the train
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  • Outside the Baltum
    Outside the Baltum
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  • Train at Faro station
    Train at Faro station
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  • 1. Bus

    There are several direct coaches to Lisbon from Albufeira and vice versa every day. These start from the end of avenida da Libertade. You have to go from the main square; walk around 300 meters along...

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  • 2. Tourist Train

    Take advantage of the blue Tourist Train, which takes about 40 minutes to do one circuit from The Strip, down to the Old Town, and back. It only runs in a clockwise direction, about 20 minutes...

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  • 3. Yellowfish Airport Transfers

    It's unusual for me to book any sort of airport transfer but I simply didn't want the hassle of bus or taxi to Albufeira's bus or train station, then bus or train to Faro, then bus or taxi to the...

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  • 4. Car Hire - Rental

    if you need a car, Book it directly on www.algarvecaronline.com! They are delivering cars to every point in Algarve. it's the cheapest way to see all that algarve has to offer you. Avoid the big car...

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  • 5. Train

    We caught the train from Faro to Albufeira, a journey of around half an hour. According to Trainline Europe there are about 14 trains a day on this route, with the first at 7.22 AM and the last at...

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  • 6. Parking

    Parking is a nightmare in Albufeira. The best solution downtown is to use a small and dusty area east of the beach, and use the escalators nearby. The problem is that, after the construction of the...

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  • 7. Stork Airport Transfers

    As we needed to get to Albufeira from Faro ÀAirport, we researched our options and decided to go with STORK TRANSPERS. We booked on line . When we arrived at Faro Airport our driver was waiting for...

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  • 8. Airlines

    When it was announced that Albufeira, Portugal was the venue for Virtual Tourist EuroMeet 2016, Hans started researching flights to Faro. We did start in January, so maybe that is the problem. The...

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  • 9. Taxi

    We needed to use a TAXI once during our stay in Albufeira. I needed to get to the LIDL grocery store and it was too far to walk to and it was a steep climb to get there. So, Hans and I walked over to...

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  • 10. GreenBus Airport Shuttle

    The nearest airport to Albufeira is the Faro airport, so if you're flying into Faro, there are several ways to get to Albufeira. The one I chose, which turned out to be the easiest and cheapest, was a...

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  • 11. Walking

    Downtown Albuferia is very walkable - no need to rent a car, take cabs, or rely on public transit unless your hotel/resort is far from downtown. Though it's best to wear comfortable shoes since there...

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  • 12. Travelling

    Obviously dependent on were abouts you are staying ... taxis are probably the best bet. They are so cheap ... as we used the same cab firm we had the same...

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  • 13. See the Algarve

    We hired a car when we were there. We hadnt intended to hire a car, but our holiday was one where we didnt know where we were staying until we arrived. It wasnt...

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  • 14. Local Car Hire

    You will find loads of Car Hire companies in and around Albufeira, and most seem to offer similar rates or deals. typically, you would pay 80 Euros for three...

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  • 15. Petrol prices

    I was surprised to see the petrol prices a little higher than in Spain. Stacy said the difference was higher, but we realised at the end that it was only 30...

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  • 16. Car the best transport

    Here we are, with our friends Geoff and Mary, when we took them back at the hotel ļ after enjoying our first dinner together nearly 2 years after our last...

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  • 17. travel around by car

    The best way to explore the south of Portugal is to rent a car for a few days.This way you can see a lot within a few days.Our trip last a week and during that...

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  • 18. Taxi

    Getting around to the old town I needed a taxi/cab. Like most places there are all over the place but its easier to ask at your hotel or apartments. This is a...

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  • 19. Rent a car

    When you travel outside the high season like I did. Rent a car. There are great places to visit a few miles from the coast and the most beautifull beaches - you...

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  • 20. CHEAP FLIGHTS TO FARO.

    With the expansion of cheap flight airlines , you can now get great deals from European cities down to Faro airport in the Algarve. Shop aruond for best prices

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  • 21. HIRE A BIKE

    Hiring a bike is a great way to see a bit more of the area. Its quite cheap to hire one for a couple of days and means you can explore those tucked away...

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