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Overview The Portuguese capital is the gateway to visit the rest of the country by train. Lisboa, the capital city of Portugal is located on the banks of the Tagus River.
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Porto Lisbon 02:35 AU$43
Coimbra Lisbon 01:35 AU$31
Albufeira Lisbon 02:36 AU$40
Covilha Lisbon 03:36 AU$49
Lisbon Lagos 03:38 AU$43
Braga Lisbon 03:23 AU$50
Lisbon Evora 01:35 AU$25
Entroncamento Lisbon 00:51 AU$19
Lisbon Fatima 01:08 AU$22
Lisbon Faro 03:00 AU$43
Porto Faro 05:37 AU$86
Porto Aveiro 00:32 AU$14
Porto Braga 00:39 AU$12
Entroncamento Porto 01:58 AU$33
Porto Coimbra 00:58 AU$22
Fatima Porto 02:23 AU$31

The national railway company of Portugal is known as Comboios de Portugal (CP). The name stands for Trains of Portugal in English. The total railway network of Portugal is made up of over 2,700 km of tracks. The national railway company of Portugal operates several types of trains including the Alfa Pendular, which is the fastest train in Portugal. The train can run at a speed of up to 250 km/h. The Alfa Pendular runs between Braga and Faro passing through Oporto, Aveiro, Coimbra and Lisbon. Other trains in Portugal are the Intercidades, the Inter-Regional, the Regional and the Urbano.


Experience the contradictory lively nightlife among exquisite architecture, sandy beaches and fantastic views in Lisbon. It’s a great city for exploring on foot with tiny streets, squares, shops and restaurants tucked away down every avenue. The capital also has excellent train connections with the rest of Portugal.


Porto, the name may sound familiar, as it should, it’s the home of port wine. Just 3 hours from Lisbon on an Alfa Pendular (AP) train, it’s an interesting town with a beautiful train station, a Baroque church and winding streets. The historic Portuguese town of Sintra in the south is another feast for your eyes, set in beautiful rolling hills with a royal palace at its centre.

Take Home

For a hand-knit fishermen’s sweater as a reminder of your trip visit the seafarers’ towns of Nazare and Povoa da Varzim. Or for hand-painted tiles and intricate cutwork from Madeira try Lisbon city centre. Check market days nationwide to find the best deals.

Food & Drink

The food in Portugal is impeccably prepared and based on regional produce. Lisbon is best for seafood; buy yours fresh from Cascais market. To satisfy a sweet tooth try the Algarve for almond and fig sweets. And if you’re a fan of tripe, visit Oporto, they’re well known for being a nation of tripeiros (tripe eaters!).

New Perspective

Pay a visit to Portugal dos Prequeninos in Coimbra, 1 hour 48 minutes from Lisbon on an AP train. You’ll find a park full of miniature versions of Portugal’s monuments and a section devoted to the country’s former colonies.


Rail Pass benefits in Portugal

Free access to the CP lounges 2 hours before your departure or after arrival for 1st class pass holders with reservations on the following trains: Alfa Pendular(AP), Sud Expresso or Lusitânia at Lisboa Oriente Station.

25% reduction. Tours in Porto, Braga, Coimbra and Lisbon operated by Carristur. You have to show a valid reservation of travel within 3 days (before or after tour date) on one of the following trains: Alfa Pendular (AP), Intercidades (IC), Sud Expresso or Lusitania.


  • 15% off at the Oceanário
  • 25% off. Museum and garden at the Serralves Museum in Porto
  • Hard Rock Cafe: Lisbon, Av. da Liberdade nº 2. Free gift in the Rock Shop with every purchase over 25 euros.

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