Lisbon to sintra

lisbon to sintra

How do I get to Sintra from Lisbon?

The train to Sintra departs from the Oriente train station which, is in the Parque das Nações district, to the east of Lisbon. The recommended means of travel to Oriente station is by the metro and the journey is just three stops along the red line.

How far is Sintra from the train station?

Sintra Train Station Sintra train station (GPS: 38.79870, -9.38646) is the final stop of both train services, but the historic centre of Sintra is located 1.5km to the west of the station.

How much does the Oriente-Sintra cost in Lisbon?

Single tickets for both Rossio-Sintra and Oriente-Sintra cost €2.25, and can be bought at the ticket counters or machines. The tickets are magnetic cards called “Viva Viagem,” which you need to purchase the first time you take the train in Lisbon. In future journeys you just have to recharge it.

How much does it cost to stay in Sintra?

There are 1667+ hotels available in Sintra. Prices start at €87 per night. What companies run services between Lisbon and Sintra? Comboios De Portugal operates a train from Lisboa - Rossio to Sintra hourly.

Is there a direct train from Oriente to Sintra?

Trains do not run direct to Sintra from Oriente. and at weekends you change at Monte Abraao. You will see that the trains to Sintra all start from Lisbon Rossio station, not Oriente. You should able to get off at Queluz and back on again with the same ticket Lisbon - Sintra.

How much does the Oriente-Sintra cost?

Single tickets for both Rossio-Sintra and Oriente-Sintra cost €2.25, and can be bought at the ticket counters or machines. The tickets are magnetic cards called “Viva Viagem,” which you need to purchase the first time you take the train in Lisbon.

How much is the train fare from Lisbon to Sintra?

All of Lisbon’s train stations are in the same fare zone, so no matter the departing station the fare to Sintra will always be the same. A single from Lisbon to Sintra passes through four fare zones and costs €2.25/€1.15 (adult/child).

How to get to the Gare do Oriente in Lisbon?

Metro: Oriente metro station is situated on the ground level of the complex and belongs to red line of citys subway network Taxi: a taxi ride from Lisbon city center to the Gare do Oriente station takes around 10 minutes and costs around 10 Euros

All in all, Sintra allows you to have the best of two worlds. One day you could go out clubbing in Lisbon and on the following day you could find yourself hiking through the forests of the Natural Park of Sintra and Cascais. Doesn’t sound too bad, right?

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