How much is a train ticket in Portugal?

As a rule, a price for Portugal rail tickets starts from 25 USD per passenger. Do Portuguese trains have WiFi? All Alfa Pendular high-speed trains offer free WiFi to its passengers, while only some of the Intercity trains have internet access at no extra cost. Other trains running on Portugal railways do not have WiFi.

How much is a train ticket from Lisbon to Cascais?

Fares for the Linha de Cascais. A single ticket from Lisbon to Cascais requires a four-zone fare and costs €2.25/€1.15 (adult/child). There are no return tickets, so the price of a return is €4.50/€2.30 (adult/child); the price of two single tickets.

Are trains cheap in Portugal?

Those are for the Intercidades (IC) and Alpha-Pendular (AP) trains. The Urban trains (which can’t be booked in advance) are often even cheaper. These trains aren’t everywhere in the country, but are especially common around Lisbon and Porto.

Does the Lisboa Card cover Sintra?

Your transport around the city is also free, because the Lisboa Card includes all trips on the Metro, public buses, the trams and the elevadores and funiculars, such as the Santa Justa Elevator. It also covers the trains to Sintra and Cascais.

What does Lisboa Card cover?

Lisboa Card holders can take advantage of: Free unlimited travel by public transport (bus, tram, metro, elevators and funiculars) Free travel on CP train lines to Sintra and Cascais (popular daytrip destinations) Free access to 26 museums, monuments and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Which is better Cascais or Estoril?

We personally prefer Cascais to Estoril. There are many more sights and activities in Cascais, and the best beaches are easily accessible from both towns. Cascais makes for a great destination for a holiday; please click here to read our suggested guide for a one week holiday to Cascais.

What kind of passes do you get on Lisbon trains?

Customers who travel daily on the Lisbon urban trains have three types of monthly passes: The CP Pass, valid for 1 or 2 zones, loaded onto the Lisboa Viva card or onto the CP card;

How do you get a rail pass in Portugal?

The Portugal Rail Pass card includes a Viva Viagem card so you can travel on the Lisbon urban trains. Before each journey, you have to ask get your ticket from a ticket office or, exceptionally, from the ticket inspector on the train by presenting your card.

Which is the official travel card of Lisbon?

The Lisboa Card (a.k.a. the Lisbon Card) is Lisbon´s official city travel card. It looks like a credit card and allows visitors save time and money during their stay.

Where can I use my metro card in Lisbon?

It can be topped up with travel passes or money (pay as you go ‘zapping’ credit). It is a personal card that can only be used by respective holder. Valid on Carris and Metro networks within Lisbon’s municipality boundaries and on the CP train connections to: Benfica (Sintra line), Belém (Cascais Line) and Moscavide (Azambuja Line).