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Of the 47 bus that leave Madrid for Lisbon every day 31 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
These direct bus cover the 502 km distance in an average of 14h 23m but if you time it right, some bus will get you there in just 7h 30m .
The slowest bus will take 2d 30m and usually involve a change or two along the way, but you might be able to save a few pennies if you’re on a budget.
The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid travelling at rush hour.
The average ticket from Madrid to Lisbon will cost around £ 58 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only £ 40.
|Avg. Bus Duration:|
11 hours 7 minutes
|Coach Ticket Price:||£24|
|Buses depart from:||Madrid|
|Bus arrives in:||Lisbon|
|Bus Companies:||Flixbus, Alsa, Eurolines France|
There are regular buses running between Madrid and Lisbon. There are approximately 14 different coach options between the two cities. In addition, there are four overnight bus trips. The first bus departs at 9:00 a.m. from Madrid, arriving in Lisbon at 6:00 p.m. The last bus departs at 11:00 p.m. arriving in Lisbon at 6:30 a.m. The average bus trip takes 8:23 h. The overnight buses depart between 10:15 p.m and 11:00 p.m and arrive between 06:30 a.m and 06:45 a.m in the morning. Buses from Madrid to Lisbon depart from Madrid Coach Station. Buses between the two cities are offered by ALSA, Eurolines.
Buses from Madrid to Lisbon leave from the Intercambiador de Transporte, Avenida de América to the north of the city, which is well served by local and regional buses operated by Alsa and Veolia. The nearest metro station is Avenida de América, providing quick links from across the city and the airport. Madrid has a regular night bus service. There is a taxi rank at the bus station.
Lisbon is a fascinating blend of history, culture and nightlife. Younger visitors will enjoy the Jardim Zoológico and Oceanarium, while football fans will appreciate a tour of the Benfica home ground, Estádio da Luz. A great way to get around Lisbon above ground is on one of the vintage trams still in use. The towering Cristo do Rei overlooks Lisbon and taking the lift to the top reveals incredible views of the city and its large natural harbour.
Buses from Madrid to Lisbon stop first at the Oriente Station, a main terminus for local, regional and international buses and trains, and continue on to the Sete Rios Bus Station. Both are on Lisbon's Metro system. Lisbon has a regular night bus service. There are taxi ranks at both stations.