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How to Get to Lisbon by Train

There are a number of train stations serving the major city of Lisbon in Portugal, with the Lisbon Orient Station the busiest and largest in the city, serving over 75 million passengers each year. A large number of trains to Lisbon arrive from around Portugal, including those departing from Porto and Faro in the south of the country. International services are also operated from the Lisbon Orient station, including the RENFE service which operates between Madrid, San Sebastian and Lisbon. Passengers from the UK can take the Eurostar to Paris from London St. Pancras. The high-speed train then takes travelers on to Lisbon, requiring changes at Barcelona and Madrid.


Located on the Atlantic coast, Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world, boasting numerous buildings open to the public that chart the impressive history of the region. Be sure to visit the Belem Tower at the mouth of the Tagus River was built in 1515 and is now protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A number of museums and galleries make this one of the most culturally important cities in Europe, with a diverse array of exhibits and displays. The world famous opera house comes alive in the autumn and winter months, with the majority of productions taking place during this period of the year. Lisbon is also home to two of the best known football teams in Europe, with Benfica's Estadio da Luz the largest stadium in the country.


Important Stations and Airports for this Journey

Lisboa - Santa Apolonia

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