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Lisbon Sunset Small-Group Walking Tour with Fado Performance
"Start your Lisbon walking tour by joining your local guide in one of the city's most imposing squares the Praça dos Restauradores. This famous landmark commemorates Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640 and is a great starting point to discover the city's history and traditions.Walk along Gates Sant Antão street (Rua das Portas de Santo Anta a building that showcases the culture history music and food of the Alentejo region of Portugal. Then visit a famous tavern in the city where many Lisbon locals go to.Step back in time and enjoy a short ride on a vintage tram to enjoy a short ride on the vintage Tram 28 – a local transport l some of the city’s best-kept secrets. From this excellent viewpoint one of the best-kept secrets of the city
From EUR62.00
Private Tour: Lisbon Walking Tour
"Meet your guide in central Lisbon and set off on your private walking tour of this fascinating city.Stop first in Rossio Square (Praça do Rossio) Lisbon’s main meeting place since the Middle Ages. Gaze at the fountains and buildings and admire the 19th-century black and white wave-shaped mosaics that cover the square.Walk to Restauradores Square (Praça dos Restauradores) where a 98-foot (30-meter) high obelisk commemorates Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640. Here take in the art deco Eden Theatre building 18th-century Foz Palace and Liberdade Avenue the 19th-century boulevard that is Lisbon’s main lifeblood.Also
From EUR23.00
Family Tour: Essential Lisbon
"First time family visitors to Lisbon? Then this is the perfect walking tour for you. You'll be introduced to the most important sights of the city center and invite you and your family to discover some hidden treasures. Did you know that Portugal had a r you and your kids will get to know the neighborhoods of Baixa Bica Bairro Alto and Chiado while walking through the various districts. Hear some of the fascinating stories that are being told about Lisbon and its inhabitants the ‘alfacinhas’ (little lettuce heads as they are called). Learn about the most important symbols of the city and biggest events in Lisbon’s history: the conquest of the city the Discoveries
From EUR40.00

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there is a aeroshuttle each 30 min.(from 7am) from airport to oriente trainstation,it costs 3,50 euro
there is also a aerobus each 20 min(from 7am till 11 pm) from the airport to cais do sodre(trainstation to cascais and estoril),also 3,50 euro
the 2 busses goes through the most 4 and 5 stars hotels of lisbon,and valid 24 hours in the airport busses and till the end of the dayservice (about 01 30am) in all busses and trams of 'CARRIS'
just see the website

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May 17, 2010

Lisbon to Seville

The simplest way is by bus (they run every day), which takes seven or eight hours. Finding the Lisbon-Seville timetable on the ALSA homepage (ALSA is the company that runs them, and it’s Spanish) is a bit complicated though, or maybe I’m just thick. Anyway, go to their homepage - - and (because it forces you to say you’re starting from Spain), say that you’re going FROM Seville TO Lisbon, and then say you want the RETURN option. That should show not only the timetable from Seville to Lisbon, which you’re not interested in, but also the timetable from Lisbon to Seville, which is what you want.

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Apr 29, 2010


CarrisTur's "Aerobus" & "AeroShuttle" services travel between Lisbon city centre and the airport. They runs between 7:45AM and 8:45PM and the ticket is purchased on board.

PRICE: 3.50 € (Ticket bought on board, valid for 24 hours also on AeroShuttle and Carris public buses). There are no return tickets, all tickets are one way.

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Feb 23, 2010

Sintra, Cabo da Roca, Cascais by public transport

From Lisbon to Sintra, take the train. For timetable, etc, see this site:〈=en

From terminal in Sintra, walk to the Kings palace in 10 - 15 minutes; depending of the time of the year, there might be buses ( No 434) from the station to the palace, which after visiting the palace will also bring you to Pena palace on top of the hill and back.
Afterwards, back to the train terminal and ask, where the next stop of bus 403 is located. (This information you can also obtain from the turist office, close to the Kings palace)
Take bus 403 to Cabo da Roca and onwards to Cascais. From Cascais take the train to lisbon (Cais Sodré)You can't miss the train station in Cascais, it is opposite the bus terminal. Timetable for the bus:

Enjoy your trip

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Jul 23, 2009
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Aero-Bus in Lisbon

The Aero-Bus (line 91) goes between the airport and city all the day, every 20 minutes. The price is 4 Euro and the ticket is valid for the rest of the day. There are several bus stops, and you can if you like use this bus for a sightseeing all the day.

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Jul 07, 2009

Lisbon to Faro

In terms of time, it's allmost the same. It will take around 3 - 3h30.
Train will be cheaper and it's more confortale, and you can see enjoy the view (interesting, to see how it changes in Alentejo, Algarve, etc).
Safety - both are safer.
check prices and scheudle:

PS - if you choose bus, attention to the traffic hours (avoid leaving Lisbon 17.00-20.00)

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May 13, 2009

Explore Lisbon by bus

Lisbon has an extensive bus network which can be very useful for getting to outlying areas and attractions. Like the trams, the buses are also operated by the company Carris.

There are quite a few possibilities for tickets. I bought a so called "7 colinas card" (7 hills card) for 0,50 Euro. This card can be credited with a dayticket for metro, trams and buses which costs 3,20 Euro (2006).

There are also other fares which can be loaded onto the card, so always keep the card with you. These sort of tickets are available from Carris kiosks (e.g. at Praca da Figueira).

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Mar 22, 2009

Lisbon - Sightseeing bus

If your time in Lisbon is limited, and especially if you want to see more of the city's surroundings, you may want to consider a tour.

There are tour operators which will offer hop-on hop-off tours of the city.
Usually they run every 30 min and visit the most interesting and attractive sights (12-20 sights). A complete turn takes usually 1:30 h and in rush days maybe you should book in advance.
Usually they offer English, French, and German translations (but have booklets in other languages)
15€ - 1 day; 22€ - 2 days (children half price)
15€ - 1 day (children half price)

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Mar 19, 2009
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Lisbon - Coach / Inter-city buses

There are several coach companies operating from / to Lisbon.

Rede Expressos ( Phone: 707 223 344) is by far the largest one and covers the entire country. It operates from Sete Rios bus terminal an area also known as Jardim Zoológico (it houses the Zoo), and is well served by city buses, metro line, and by suburban trains.

Eva , Phone: +351 213581466) which has routes to most of the south towns of the country also uses the Sete Rios bus terminal.

Renex which has some routes to the north and to the south of the country uses the Gare do Oriente terminal. This is in Parque da Nações area ( approx. 9km from the city centre and 2km from the airport). The area is well served with public transportation -is next to the railway, and is well served by city buses and metro station of the same name.

Rodonorte serves routes to the north of the country and their buses also use the Gare do Oriente terminal.

Rodoviária do Tejo buses which only operates with west routes depart from Campo Grande area (in front of the 16-storey apartment block next to Entrecampos rotunda). This area is served by several city buses and the metro station of the same name.
Seat reservations are required but you can reserve on-line at the website, by telephone or at the bus stations or ticket agents. Be aware that the ticket offices are not open 24 hours and that drivers do not sell tickets.

Prices @ Rede Expressos (one way)
Porto: 17,5€ ( approx. 4h w/ 1 stop, 23 daily from 7am – 0:30 am),
Coimbra:13€ (approx. 2:30h, 23 daily from 7am – 0:30 am).
Faro: 18€ (approx. 3:15h, 14 daily from 7am – 1 am).
Pan-European routes such as Eurolines (Phone: +351 218957398), operates from Gare do Oriente.

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Mar 19, 2009

Lisbon - Bus

Lisbon has a good bus network connection which runs daily from 5-6am to 1am. There are some night buses running in the busiest areas. The times between buses depends from: the line, the time of the day, if it is weekday or weekend so you have to see the schedule before either at the bus stop or online

To get on buses use only the front door and validate your 7 Colinas (7 hills) or ZAPPING card at the little yellow machine behind the driver. If you don’t have a valid ticket you can buy it directly from the driver (which will cost you much more). To stop the bus you have to press the button before.
The “7 Colinas” card is a contact-free card on which multimodal tickets can be credited. The journeys cover the Carris and underground networks and was created for passengers using the system from time to time and allows for crediting in a way which is better suited to individual needs.
"ZAPPING" is a multimodal ticket. You can load money on your card, enabling you to make trips both on Carris or Metro, as long as you have enough money on the card. The card can be bought on all Carris and Metro concessionaries or Post Office Stations and Payshop agents, and has a price of 0.50 € and is rechargeable. The minimum value to load is 1,50 € and the maximum 10,00 €. For trips with Carris, the price is 0,81€ and is valid for all Carris transports during 1 hour. If you buy the ticket from the driver: 1,40€ per ride.

More info @ where you can simulate the trip at their webpage

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Mar 19, 2009

Lisbon - Aero bus

Aero-Bus #91 - connects the airport and the city center. Departure every 20 minutes from 7am until 11pm; costs 3€ but is also valid as 1 day Lisbon buses ticket.

AeroShutlle - Links airport with Lisbon main buses and train terminals. Operates from 7am to 11pm (also every 20min); costs 3 € and also is a 24h bus ticket.

The Aero-Bus and AeroShutlle are free for TAP passengers, on presentation of used boarding passes when arriving and flight tickets when traveling to the airport.

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Mar 04, 2009

From the airport to the city centre

There are various options to get from the airport to the city centre. I decided on the Aero-Bus, which is the airport bus with the number 91.

It serves the route to the city centre with several stops in between every 20 minutes.

The trip takes only about 45 minutes and costs 3 Euro (2006).

The advantage of the Aero-Bus is that the ticket is valid for the rest of the day on any other bus and tram which is operated by Carris, the local public transportation company. It is not valid on the Metro.

Other options to get into town are the local buses #44 and #45 which go to Restauradores or just take a Taxi.

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Jan 24, 2009

Things to Do Near Lisbon

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Castelo de São Jorge

Since its Moorish beginnings, the Castelo de Sao Jorge has taken a beating, but it has not really seen much action. The castle was built by the Moors, but taken in a rare success during the Second...
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Igreja de São Vicente de Fora

High up in the Alfalma district, you'll find the Igreja de São Vicente de Fora. The monastery is dedicated to Lisbon's patron saint, Saint Vincent, whose relics were brought here from the Algarve in...
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Feira da Ladra - Thieves Market

Lisbon's flea market is called locally the Feira da Ladra or "Thieves’ Market" (in the original Portuguese, it is a woman thief!). A market of this type is thought to have been in place in Lisbon...
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Casa do Alentejo

Right on the busiest, most touristic street in downtown Lisbon called Ruas Portas de San Antao, just above Rossio square, the same street lined by restaurants with those big fish tanks and glass...
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Teatro Nacional D. Maria II

Built in 1846 upon the ruins of a former palace used by Inquisition, the national theatre D. Maria II suffered a strong fire in 1964 saving only the walls. Being the most emblematic building in...
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Sé de Lisboa Cathedral - Igreja de Santa Maria Maior

Like many cathedrals in Portugal the one in Lisbon is much more functional than florid. It feels more like a fortress than the ornate architecture of Notre Dame or St Paul's. It also has a New World...
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