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Getting to Lisboa

By Bus

The  national buses are operated by Rede Nacional de Expressos (The National Express Bus Network) and arrive at Praça Marechal Humberto Delgado - Estrada das Laranjeiras terminal

The  coaches from Europe are operated by Eurolines and arrive at Gare do Oriente terminal and at Praça Marechal Humberto Delgado - Estrada das Laranjeiras terminal.

By Plane

International and domestic flights arrive at Portela Airport.

By Boat

Transtejo and Soflusa are the fluvial transport operators. The boat service connects Seixal, Barreiro, Montijo, Cacilhas, Almada, Trafaria, Porto Brandão and Lisboa.

The cruise ships arrive at  Alcântara terminal and Santa Apolónia terminal

By Road

The most frequently used routes to enter the city are: the A1 motorway, the 25th April Bridge, the Vasco da Gama Bridge, and the CREL, (the outer ring-road for the Lisboa Region)

By Train

Alfa Pendular, Intercidades and regional trains arrive at Santa Apolónia and Oriente train station

International trains also arrive at Santa Apolónia and Oriente train station

Urban trains - Sintra, Cascais, Sado and Azambuja lines

The Cross-Tagus Railway  is operated by Fertagus