Where can I buy Lisba card in Lisbon?
You can buy the Lisboa Card in the Lisbon Airport, in the Praça do Comércio and Restauradores Square.
How much does the metro cost in Lisbon?
|1 Day ticket (24h)|
|Valid for unlimited journeys on Carris and Metro, networks during 24 hours following the first validation.|
How much is bus fare in Lisbon?
Fares and Passes. Flat fare on the buses is €1,80 – cash paid on board. Flat fare on the trams (streetcars) is now 2,85 Euros with the object being to make more users buy pre-pay passes. A single ticket on the metro is €1.90 without a rechargeable card, €1,40 with.
How do you use the metro in Lisbon?
Using the Metro
- Metro journey. A journey begins when you cross the entry gates at the departure station and ends when you cross the exit gates at the arrival station.
- Travelling on the Metro. Requires holding an electronic travel card (Viva Viagem or Lisboa Viva) loaded with a valid ticket.
- Travel tickets.
What is included in the Lisbon card?
The Lisboa Card is the official tourist pass of Lisbon. The card is essentially a 3-in-1 transport card, museum pass and discount card. The Lisboa Card package also includes a free map and small travel guide. In all, the card helps visitors of Lisboa save time and money during their stay in city.
What does the Lisbon card cover?
Free unlimited travel by public transport (bus, tram, metro, elevators and funiculars) Free travel on CP train lines to Sintra and Cascais (popular daytrip destinations) Free access to 26 museums, monuments and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Deals and discounts on visits, tours, shopping and nightlife.
Are trams free in Lisbon?
All of Lisbon’s trams and buses are operated by Carris and the fare system covers all tram routes. A single tram ticket purchased onboard the tram costs €3.00. A much better option is to purchase the 24-hour public transport ticket, which costs €6.40 and includes all trams, metro and buses in Lisbon.
Is the metro in Lisbon safe?
Lisbon metro is inexpensive, safe and often the fastest method to travel around the capital. There are four metro lines, covering a total of 46km of track and served by 55 metro stations. The first service of the day is at 6:30am and the last service of the night is at 1:00am (some minor stations close at 9:30pm).
How can I save money in Lisbon?
Below are some of my top tips for saving money on your trip..
- Ubers are super cheap in Lisbon.
- Utilise the kitchen facilities in your accommodation.
- Avoid tourist traps!
- Beware of expensive, unauthentic Fado shows.
- Book a free walking tour!
- Alcohol is super cheap from small shops and newsagents.