How to get to Lisbon
Portugal, the best of both worlds IN EUROPE'S WEST COAST
The organization of important international events such as the Expo '98, Masters Cup in 2000, Porto 2001 and the Euro 2004, have established Portugal as a leading tourist destination, drawing waves of visitors to the country.
We welcome you to a safe and hospitable country, renowned for the generosity of its people, mild climate and diversity of landscapes, fresh fish, seafood and fine wines.
Reaching Lisbon by plane
The region is served by Lisbon International Airport. Lisbon is connected to major European cities with daily direct flights: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Istanbul, London, Madrid, Moscow, Paris, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, Warsaw, and Wien to name but the most significant. In average, the flight time is around 2 ½ hours from major Western European cities and ca. 8 hours from most North/ South American and Asian metropolitan cities. You can check flights information here
Useful telephone numbers:
ANA – Lisbon International Airport Tel. (+351) 21 841 35 00 / 37 00
Flight arrival and departure times Tel. (+351) 21 841 37 00
Baggage Claim (lost and found) Tap Air Portugal Tel. (+351) 21 841 50 00
For updated information, please consult the airport website http://www.ana-aeroportos.pt/ By Train
The railway network covers practically the whole country including several scenic routes. There are connections from Madrid and Paris to Lisbon railway stations Santa Apolónia and Oriente. More information can be found at www.cp.pt