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Easy to buy paper cards (.50 Euro) that you can top up with between 3 and 40 Euro for trips on... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Llewellyn53
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Melbourne, Australia
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Good network

A well organized transportation system, with modern means of transportation. The bus network I... read more

Reviewed June 9, 2018
zuv
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Bucharest, Romania
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Easy to buy paper cards (.50 Euro) that you can top up with between 3 and 40 Euro for trips on trams, buses, trains and funiculars or elevators. Touch on when you enter and cards last 12 months or until the credit is used

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Reviewed June 30, 2018

Lisbon is convenient to enjoy using public transport, but only if you give the gimmicky tram and funicular a miss and use the Metro system. In any case, avoid entering the city with a car, since parking is a challenge and the hilly terrain does...More

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Reviewed June 9, 2018

A well organized transportation system, with modern means of transportation. The bus network I think could be better but nothing's perfect, right? A special chapter are the old trams and funiculars, picturesque yet very functional.

Thank zuv
Reviewed May 17, 2018

My husband and I visited Lisbon for the first time. We were impressed with Lisbon's transportation system - it was convenient, easy, and diverse. We used Lisbon Card and "Viva Viagem" card. We bought the Lisbon Card a the Information/Tourist Office and "Viva Viagem" card...More

Thank bwang20874
Reviewed March 22, 2018

My disillusionment started at the airport.Firstly trying to find the metro entrance was difficult enough.Then trying to get a ticket was ridiculously difficult.Ticket machines that were not multilingual. They actually have someone there to help you.They have placed many museums down near Belem but the...More

Thank wingate
Reviewed December 27, 2017

All transport in Lisbon is simple to use and understand. Not to pricey either. Lisbon for me was totally walkable apart from a trip to the airport and a bus to Belem.

Thank Vicky L
Reviewed December 3, 2017 via mobile

We read a number of reviews about the underground network before we travelled but didn't have any problems. It is like any other city by day. In the evening we used the buses to get back to the hotel. Some reviews mention pick pocketing but...More

Thank Anon_Kent_11
Reviewed November 23, 2017

Metro, trams, trains and buses, lots here and they take you where you want to go, although at times it is a little bit hard to put it all together. Still an impressive network and they have invested in it.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed June 11, 2017

I wanted to love this city and its transport but I couldn't...The system of Viva Viagem (the reusable transport ticket) was completely nonsense: Once you top up the card, you cannot buy a day pass for this card, nor can you refund the amount you...More

Thank Chung Hin Y
Reviewed May 23, 2017

The Lisbon Metro is easy to use, clean, frequent and covers all the main areas from the airport to the waterfront. The ticket machines are in Portuguese and English and work by purchase of a card (50 cents) which you the load with your fare....More

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Robin H
June 11, 2018|
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Response from zuv | Reviewed this property |
You can take the train from Sete Rios,Entrecampos,Roma-Areeiro or Campolide stations.I don't know which one is closest to your hotel.
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mnpopadiuk
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Trains for Cascais leave Lisbon's Cais do Sodre station every 20 minutes or so. The schedule is posted there and on line, but they are so frequent that you can just show up. Trains for Sintra leave from the Rossio station... More
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