Trains to Lisbon

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Cheapest
R - Regional
01:004h51
Porto - Campanhã
05:51Lisbon - Oriente
22 1One-way
0 changes
2nd Cheapest
R - Regional
01:005h00
Porto - Campanhã
06:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
22 1One-way
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
08:373h23
Porto - Campanhã
12:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
30 1One-way
0 changes

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 travellers on to Lisbon, requiring changes at Barcelona and Madrid.

Lisbon

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.

Popular trains to and from Lisbon

Popular trains to Lisbon

Albufeira to Lisbon train

from £12
Direct trains available
3h09 average duration
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • IC - Intercidades
  • AP - Alfa Pendular

Loule to Lisbon train

from £12
Direct trains available
3h23 average duration
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • IC - Intercidades
  • AP - Alfa Pendular

Faro to Lisbon train

from £13
Direct trains available
3h32 average duration
4trains per day
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • IC - Intercidades
  • AP - Alfa Pendular

Porto to Lisbon train

from £13
Direct trains available
2h50 average duration
12trains per day
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • AP - Alfa Pendular
  • IC - Intercidades
  • R - Regional
  • IR - InterRegional

Lagos to Lisbon train

from £13
Direct trains available
4h09 average duration
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • IC - Intercidades
  • AP - Alfa Pendular

Popular trains from Lisbon

Lisbon to Faro train

from £11
Direct trains available
3h22 average duration
4trains per day
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • IC - Intercidades
  • AP - Alfa Pendular

Lisbon to Portimao train

from £11
Direct trains available
3h24 average duration
4trains per day
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • IC - Intercidades
  • AP - Alfa Pendular

Lisbon to Albufeira train

from £12
Direct trains available
2h58 average duration
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • IC - Intercidades
  • AP - Alfa Pendular

Lisbon to Porto train

from £12
Direct trains available
3h02 average duration
12trains per day
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • AP - Alfa Pendular
  • IC - Intercidades
  • R - Regional
  • IR - InterRegional

Lisbon to Lagos train

from £13
Direct trains available
3h46 average duration
Served by
  • Comboios De Portugal
  • IC - Intercidades
  • AP - Alfa Pendular

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 travellers on to Lisbon, requiring changes at Barcelona and Madrid.

Lisbon

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.

Train providers: Alfa Pendular, Intercidades and Renfe (12) trains to Lisbon

Find the best journey to Lisbon with Omio's train partners Alfa Pendular, Intercidades and Renfe (12)! You'll find the best deals, timetables and tickets when comparing and booking the most convenient route for you.

Renfe Intercity is a high-speed train service operated by the Spanish national railway company, Renfe. It operates throughout Spain, connecting major cities and towns with frequent departures throughout the day. The Intercity service offers a variety of train types, including the Alvia and Talgo, all of which offer comfortable seating and modern amenities. Alvia and Talgo offer fast trains but not as fast the high-speed trains like AVE, offering more stops. Passengers can choose from a range of ticket types, including Economy, Business, and First Class. Onboard facilities include Wi-Fi, power outlets, and a selection of snacks and drinks. The most popular routes for Renfe Intercity include Madrid to Barcelona, Madrid to Seville, and Barcelona to Valencia.

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