There are many ways to get to Lisbon, once is very well connected and accessible either by air, train, sea or by road. You just have to choose the ways that suits you best.

Land at the Lisbon internation airport (Humberto Delgado Airport) which is just a 7km from the city center. Served by the main international airlines and just 3 hours from the main European capitals, it is very easy to reach.

You can check all the available fly thought:

Humberto Delgado Airport
+ 351 218 413 000
www.aeroportolisboa.pt
Alameda das Comunidades
Portuguesas, Lisbon, Portugal

The major stations trains of Lisbon are Santa Apolonia station and Gare do Oriente. National and international trains arrive every day at Santa Apolónia station, which is very close to all the traditional neighbourhoods and Terreiro do Paço. But if you would like to add a unique architectural experience to your arrival, get off at Gare do Oriente, whose Calatrava-design lines impress even those who see it every day.

Those arriving by sea have one of the best views of Lisbon – from the river – and can moor in 3 different places, all near the center. If you come by cruise shipe, you can dock at Alcântara, Rocha Conde de Óbidos or Santa Apolónia. If you arrive by yacht, there are several marinas as you sail up the river.

Travelers can get to Lisbon by bus from most European countries. If you prefer to com by car, there are excellent roads from various points north and south along the border with Spain. The best ways to enter Lisbon are via the A1 and A2, which both have national and international connections along ther course. The landscape is beautiful and mobility around the region compensates the long hours of driving. After all, there is more to Lisbon than just city.