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Traveling to Portugal

Portugal can be easily reached by plane from all around the world. Lisbon Airport is located just 15 minutes away from the city center – Lisbon. The airport has an outpost of the city tourism office, currency exchange counters, and ATMs, health services, shops, and restaurants.

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From the airport to Lisbon and Cascais


You can find a taxi at the airport, normally queuing outside the departures and arrivals terminals.

The journey from the airport to Carcavelos / Cascais takes about 20-30 minutes. Taxis do not have a flat rate for rides to Cascais so your ride will be charged based on the meter. Additional costs, such as driving on public holidays or late-night driving, may be applied. The average cost of the journey is 40€.

The ride from the airport to the city center – Lisbon – is quick and costs between 10 and 15 euros, including luggage fees.

If you choose this means of transportation, make sure the meter is turned on at the beginning of the journey and always ask for a receipt/invoice.


Uber drivers are all around the city. To get a fare estimate and to view the airport pick up point, check online on Uber website.

Public transportation

An efficient public transportation network takes you to Lisbon city center and all the cities of the coast such as Cascais.

Metro / Subway to Lisbon City Center and CP Train to Carcavelos

The Lisbon Airport has a Metro (subway) station with a direct line to the city center. The Aeroporto – Saldanha red line takes you to downtown Lisbon in about 20 minutes.

To reach Carcavelos/Cascais, take the Metro red line, change to the green line in the station Alameda and go to Cais do Sodré metro station. From Cais do Sodré, there are trains every 20 minutes to reach Carcavelos, Estoril, and Cascais.

Carris – Public Buses

Several bus lines connect the airport arrivals terminal to different parts of the city (Lisbon). Please note that the maximum baggage size allowed in these buses is 50x40x20cm.

Carris Public Buses routes and prices can be found here: http://www.carris.pt/en/home

CP – Train

Train (CP) from Cais do Sodré Station to Carcavelos Station – 35 minutes