Lisbon to Porto

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Prices for trains, buses and flights

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Flight
Sun
Sep 22
$20Rede Expressos
$34Ryanair
Mon
Sep 23
$9Renex
$60PGA-Portugalia Airlines
Tue
Sep 24
$9Rede Expressos
$34Ryanair
Wed
Sep 25
$9Renex
$50PGA-Portugalia Airlines
Thu
Sep 26
$9Rede Expressos
$20Ryanair
Fri
Sep 27
$10Flixbus
$17Ryanair
Sat
Sep 28
$9Renex
$60PGA-Portugalia Airlines
Sun
Sep 29
$9Renex
$17Ryanair
Mon
Sep 30
$9Renex
$18Ryanair
Tue
Oct 1
$9Renex
$23Ryanair
Wed
Oct 2
$9Renex
$17Ryanair
Thu
Oct 3
$10Flixbus
$15Ryanair
Fri
Oct 4
$9Citi Express
$28Ryanair
Sat
Oct 5
$9Renex
$60PGA-Portugalia Airlines
Sun
Oct 6
$9Renex
$22Ryanair
Mon
Oct 7
$9Citi Express
$34Ryanair
Tue
Oct 8
$9Rede Expressos
$13Ryanair
Wed
Oct 9
$9Rede Expressos
$17Ryanair
Thu
Oct 10
$9Rede Expressos
$15Ryanair
Fri
Oct 11
$9Renex
$22Ryanair

General Information about the journey from Lisbon to Porto

Porto is 310 km north of Lisbon. The quickest journey is by plane, with flights departing from Lisbon Portala Airport and arriving at Francisco de Sa Carneiro Airport roughly an hour later, but with the checking-in time being one to two hours before the flight, it would probably be quicker to travel by train. There are two types of train services for Porto, the Alfa Pendular and the Intercity. The Alfa Pendular trains offer a first class service, being quicker, more comfortable and with better facilities. The Intercity trains are quite basic and some of the carriages still in operation are quite old. Bus services are almost as quick as the trains, but you can never be sure of traffic or diversions.

Buses from Lisbon to Porto

There are two bus companies that provide services to Porto. They are Rede Expressos and RenEx. Rede Expressos buses depart from the station at Sete Rios, and RenEx buses leave from the depot at Oriente train station. Rede Expressos generally have between ten and twenty buses a day that leave for Porto, and the journey takes approximately three hours and forty minutes. RenEx have about ten services per day that take three and a half hours. Rede Expressos buses arrive at the terminal close to Batalha metro station. RenEx buses terminate at the station opposite the Jardim de Joao Chagas.

Trains from Lisbon to Porto

There are many daily train services to Porto from Lisbon, departing from Santa Apolonia train station, on the riverfront in the Alfama district. Trains arrive at Campanha Station, the main train station in Porto. You can catch the Alfa Pendular service or the Intercidades, (Intercity). The AP service is a tilting train that is quicker and has better facilities than the Intercity services, which are slower and some of the carriages are quite old. The AP trains take roughly two and half hours to arrive, while the Intercity takes up to three hours, and there is usually one train departing per hour between 6.00 am and 10.00pm. Both services stop at stations en route but there are no change overs.

Flights from Lisbon to Porto

TAP Portugal and Ryanair both offer direct flights from Lisbon Portela Airport to Francisco de Sa Carneiro Airport in Porto. The flight time is approximately one hour. There are around thirty flights per day, but only around ten of these are direct. The other services involve a stop over. There are usually two flights per hour, and there's around seventy five direct flights from Lisbon per week.

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Lisbon
Porto
BusLISBOA (Gare Oriente)

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TrainLisboa - Santa Apolonia

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