Move | Porto

With in the city you can use the Porto Metro, buses (know the times or even the power to know the emblematic areas of the city. To use these urban transports you must purchase a rechargeable card, the "Andante" that allows you to travel around the city.

By Plane

In the city of Porto is the Airport of Sá Carneiro, the second airport to receive more daily flights in Portugal, so there are countless options for flights to and from the city. Here you can rent a car to discover the city and the region, or take a metro to the city center. There are also STCP buses that provide the connection between the airport and the city center.

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By Train

At the Campanhã station, you can take the Porto-Braga or Porto-Guimarães route. This trip lasts 1h, and has several options for schedules throughout the day (practically hour by hour). The same happens with the Porto-Coimbra route. The Porto-Lisbon route is also a good option for those who want to get to know the country.

While the Campanha Station makes the international connections and the connection to Lisbon, the São Bento Station makes the regional connections and to Galicia. In both seasons you can find connections with the Douro and Minho region.

By Bus

Rede-Expressos has several daily buses that allow you to take the routes to Braga, Porto, Coimbra and Fátima. For those who want to get to know the city of Évora, you can take the Express from 8:30 am in Oporto, and arrive in Évora at the end of the afternoon.

To reach cities in the coastal center, such as Nazaré, Alcobaça and Batalha, you can consult the website of Rede Expressos or use the local road services of RodoTejo.

By Car

Click on "more options" on the map below to choose and / or modify your route.

If you come from Lisbon, you must follow the A1 the journey is about 314km to Oporto.