Touristic Information


Lisbon Airport has connections with all the major European airports and some North and South American airports.

Transport to the city center and hotels

Aerobus (bus line 91) is a connection service for Lisbon Airport, Rossio (the city center), Praça do Comércio (connection with the Algarve railway line) and Cais do Sodré (connection with the Estoril/Cascais railway line), which provides access to most hotels.

  • Available from 07:00 am to 11:00 pm (departures from Airport) and from 07:45 am to 11:30 pm (departures from Cais do Sodré).
  • Buses pass every 20 minutes.
  • The ticket is bought on board and the price is € 3.50. It is valid for 24 hours also on AeroShuttle and other Carris buses and trams.
  • AeroBus is free for TAP passengers, on presentation of used boarding passes when arriving and flight tickets when travelling to the airport.

Aeroshuttle (bus line 96) connects Lisbon Airport, Gare do Oriente and Bus Terminal of Sete Rios, with stops located near the most important hotels.

  • Available from 07:00 am to 11:00 pm.
  • Buses pass every 30 minutes.
  • The ticket can be purchased on board or in the Tourism Office at the Airport arrivals (public area), and the price is € 3.50.

(for detailed information on Aerobus and Aeroshuttle's timetable, itinerary and served hotels, please see this link)

Carris' bus lines 5, 22, 44, 83 and 745 serve the Airport.

Taxi set fare vouchers to all areas of the city can be purchased at the Tourism Office in the Airport.

Local transports

Carris: Lisbon's main bus operator

Metropolitano de Lisboa: Subway operator


In February, the average minimum temperature is 10 °C and the average maximum temperature is 16 °C. 

Tourist information

Lisbon received several World Travel Awards, such as the "Europe's Leading Destination", in 2009, and "Europe's Leading City Break Destination", in 2009 and 2010.

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