Lisbon to fatima

lisbon to fatima

How to get to Fatima from Lisbon?

Advice: It is possible to visit Fatima as a day trip from Lisbon, but it will involve a lot of driving or two long bus journeys. Fatima is situated next to the main A1 expressway, and driving is the quickest option, with a journey time of 1hour15min.

Where is Fatima located?

Fatima is a town in central Portugal located 88 miles (142 km) north of Lisbon and 105 miles (170 km) south of Porto. With Fatima being such an important religious site in Portugal, it is very well connected to the major cities and bus routes.

How far is the turn off to Fatima?

Junction 8 is the turn off for Fatima, and 1km after the toll booths are the massive car parks that surround Fatima. Depending on when you visit Fatima, these car parks will be empty or completely full.

How to spend one day in Lisbon?

Being so close to Lisbon (approx 1h30min driving distance), is perfect to spend one day during your stay in Lisbon. Several Popes already visited Fatima: Paul VI, John Paul II (3 times), Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis. I work also as a private guide, and my favorite destination in the whole country is Fatima.

How to get from Lisbon to Fatima?

You can take bus or train to Fatima from Lisbon or Porto. Be aware that there is no train station in Fatima itself, but shuttle buses connect the Caxarias station to Fatima (or you can take a taxi). The train/shuttle bus route will take a little over 2 hours.

What is the nearest train station to Fátima?

The nearest train station in Fátima is Caxarias station, about 18KM northeast, served by the Intercity train (CP) Lisbon-Porto, Lisbon-Guimarães and Lisbon-Guarda. From this station, when an Intercities stops, departs a road service to the center of Fátima.

How to get to the sanctuary of Fátima?

Book Hotels Near the Sanctuary of Fátima Fátima is 90 minutes away from Lisbon, it can be easily accessed by bus or with a day tour, which also includes Nazaré, Óbidos and Batalha. Unmissable! What really happened at Fátima? Fátima is one of Catholicism’s most special sites.

How to get from Caxarias to Fatima?

Be aware that there is no train station in Fatima itself, but shuttle buses connect the Caxarias station to Fatima (or you can take a taxi). The train/shuttle bus route will take a little over 2 hours.

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