Sete rios train station

sete rios train station

Where is Sete Rios bus station?

Where is Sete Rios bus station? Sete Rios is located to the north of Lisbon (GPS: 38.74136, -9.16567) and is 3.8km from the Baixa district (central historic Lisbon) and 4.2km from the airport. The bus station is connected to the Jardim Zoológico metro station, which is on the blue metro line.

What to do in Sete Rios?

Situated to the north of the historical center, the Sete Rios train hub is one of the most significant transportation joints in Portugals capital as it combines railway, bus, and metro stations.

What time does Sete Rios depart from Lisbon Airport?

From Sete Rios, it departs every hour, on the hour, between 8am and 7pm. This service is used by people arriving at or departing from Lisbon’s airport, and heading straight to or coming from other towns and cities in Portugal.

How do I get from Sete Rios to Faro?

The Sete Rios train station has trains to Faro, Setubal, Sintra on the Sintra Line and other destinations. Sete Rios is also a good place to find a taxi.

What is Sete Rios station in Lisbon?

Sete Rios Station in northern Lisbon is the main bus station for long-distance buses to destinations all over Portugal. Many local Lisbon city buses also stop at Sete Rios. Sete Rios is also on the blue line of the Lisbon Metro. The metro station is called Jardim Zoológico.

What is the Sete Rios transportation hub?

T he Sete Rios transportation hub consists of a train station and a bus terminal (“Terminal Rodoviário”). The train station is linked to the Jardim Zoológico station of the metro (on the blue line), and the bus terminal is right outside.

How do I get from Sete Rios to Sintra?

The nearest taxi rank to the bus station is on the Rua Professor Lima Basto, (GPS: 38.74053, -9.165863), and is under the railway tracks, close to the entrance to Sete Rios train station. If your final destination is Sintra, then catch the urban train service that departs from Sete Rios train station.

What is the difference between Terminal de Rodoviário and Sete Rios?

Sometimes “Terminal de Rodoviário” (Road Terminal) is added to the name Sete Rios; Google maps (correctly) refers to it as Terminal Rodoviário Sete Rios – do not get confused this is the same location. All coach stations in Portugal are referred to as Terminal de Rodoviário; it is the English equivalent of stating “Bus Station”.

How do I get from Sete Rios to Lisbon Airport?

Rede Expressos operates a bus from Lisbon Sete Rios to Lisbon Airport 6 times a week. Tickets cost €7 - €10 and the journey takes 15 min. Alternatively, Metro Lisboa operates a vehicle from São Sebastião to Aeroporto every 10 minutes. Tickets cost €1 - €6 and the journey takes 20 min.

How long does it take to get to Lisbon Airport by bus?

The fastest bus normally takes 25 min. Operated by Aerobus Lisbon, the Sete Rios (Station) to Lisbon Airport (LIS) bus service departs from Lisbon Sete Rios and arrives in Lisbon Airport Departure Terminal. Typically 84 buses run weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.

What is the Sete Rios transportation hub?

T he Sete Rios transportation hub consists of a train station and a bus terminal (“Terminal Rodoviário”). The train station is linked to the Jardim Zoológico station of the metro (on the blue line), and the bus terminal is right outside.

Is there a direct train from São Sebastião to Aeroporto?

Yes, there is a direct train departing from São Sebastião and arriving at Aeroporto. Services depart every 10 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 20 min.

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