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Cheap train tickets from Porto to Lisbon

Showing times and prices for 24 Jul

Cheapest

The best way to find a cheap train ticket from Porto to Lisbon is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid travelling at rush hour.

Cheapest
R - Regional
01:004h51
Porto - Campanhã
05:51Lisbon - Oriente
£201One-way
0 changes
2nd Cheapest
R - Regional
01:005h00
Porto - Campanhã
06:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
£201One-way
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
14:383h14
Porto - Campanhã
17:52Lisbon - Oriente
£271One-way
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
19:373h23
Porto - Campanhã
23:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
£271One-way
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
12:373h15
Porto - Campanhã
15:52Lisbon - Oriente
£271One-way
0 changes

Train timetablePorto to Lisbon

Showing trains for tomorrow, Wednesday, 24 July
R - Regional
01:004h51
Porto - Campanhã
05:51Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
R - Regional
01:005h00
Porto - Campanhã
06:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
05:322h58
Porto - Campanhã
08:30Lisboa - Entrecampos
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
05:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
08:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
06:322h58
Porto - Campanhã
09:30Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
06:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
09:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
06:373h15
Porto - Campanhã
09:52Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
06:373h23
Porto - Campanhã
10:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
06:404h42
Porto - Campanhã
11:22Lisbon - Oriente
2 changes
IC - Intercidades
06:404h50
Porto - Campanhã
11:30Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
2 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
07:322h58
Porto - Campanhã
10:30Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
07:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
10:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
08:373h23
Porto - Campanhã
12:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
09:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
12:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
10:383h22
Porto - Campanhã
14:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
10:383h14
Porto - Campanhã
13:52Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
11:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
14:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
12:373h15
Porto - Campanhã
15:52Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
13:322h58
Porto - Campanhã
16:30Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
13:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
16:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
14:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
17:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
14:383h14
Porto - Campanhã
17:52Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
14:383h22
Porto - Campanhã
18:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
16:322h58
Porto - Campanhã
19:30Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
16:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
19:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
17:323h00
Porto - Campanhã
20:32Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
17:323h08
Porto - Campanhã
20:40Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
17:373h15
Porto - Campanhã
20:52Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
17:373h23
Porto - Campanhã
21:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
18:322h58
Porto - Campanhã
21:30Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
18:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
21:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
19:373h23
Porto - Campanhã
23:00Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes
IC - Intercidades
19:373h15
Porto - Campanhã
22:52Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
20:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
23:22Lisbon - Oriente
0 changes
AP - Alfa Pendular
20:322h58
Porto - Campanhã
23:30Lisboa - Santa Apolonia
0 changes

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Train times from Porto to Lisbon

Showing times and prices for 24 Jul

Fastest Journey

2 h 50 m

Average

3 h 16 m

Trains per day

35

Distance

274 km

Of the 35 trains that leave Porto for Lisbon every day 33 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

Fastest
AP - Alfa Pendular
11:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
14:22Lisbon - Oriente
£481One-way
0 changes
Fastest
AP - Alfa Pendular
13:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
16:22Lisbon - Oriente
£341One-way
0 changes
Fastest
AP - Alfa Pendular
20:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
23:22Lisbon - Oriente
£341One-way
0 changes
Fastest
AP - Alfa Pendular
09:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
12:22Lisbon - Oriente
£341One-way
0 changes
Fastest
AP - Alfa Pendular
14:322h50
Porto - Campanhã
17:22Lisbon - Oriente
£481One-way
0 changes

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I found my journey from Porto to Lisbon very relaxing. I personally thought the price was excellent for the route. There was also no need to change trains, which made the journey easier. So I didn't have to change trains and travelled for about 3 hours. Consideration was given to hygiene. The toilets were well maintained. However, the train did not arrive on time and the seats were not necessarily comfortable. The noise level was also not adequate. Overall, however, a good and recommendable journey.
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I'd never travelled by train in Portugal before, so I didn't know what to expect. But I have to say that I was relatively satisfied. The station in Porto was very nice and big, with exciting architecture. The train itself was on time, unfortunately a bit dirty, but not too bad.
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My journey from Porto to Lisbon was very enjoyable. I thought the price was fair. It wasn't too expensive, but not too cheap either. The staff were very friendly and polite. The train also arrived on time. The wifi connection was very efficient. However, there were several transfers which made the journey a little more difficult. The toilets were not well maintained. Hygiene was therefore severely neglected. The reservation options were also not ideal. But overall the journey was good.
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The train journey from Porto to Lisbon offered some positive aspects, including an attractive price, hygiene awareness, clean WCs and well-maintained, comfortable seats. The train was also on time. Unfortunately, unfriendly staff and a lack of attention to concerns spoilt the overall experience. The need to change trains and an unpleasant wifi connection were further drawbacks. Overall, the journey was satisfactory.
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The journey from Porto to Lisbon was very interesting. The train journey offered extremely comfortable seats, which made the journey very pleasant. The cleanliness throughout the train also deserves praise, as the sanitary facilities and general areas were always well maintained. Unfortunately, the only negative thing we noticed was that it was very noisy on the train. The choice of food on the train was limited and there was a lack of healthy and varied options for travellers
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The train journey from Porto to Lisbon was a good experience for me. The staff were friendly and provided a pleasant atmosphere during the journey. I found the ticket prices affordable and the wifi worked well, which allowed me to be productive during the journey. However, I was disappointed by the train's unpunctuality, which caused stress and delays. The limited reservation options made planning my journey a little difficult and I would have liked more comfort during the journey. Overall, the train journey from Porto to Lisbon was a good option for me, but with room for improvement to optimise the travel experience.
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My journey from Porto to Lisbon was amazingly good as it was very reasonably priced and inexpensive. Also, the staff was very friendly, polite and respectful. They always dealt with the concerns of their guests. Also, the reservation options were very easy and clear. Unfortunately, the train did not arrive on time in Lisbon and there were several transfers which made the journey difficult. The volume was also not adequate. Overall, however, a great and recommendable trip, as the positive features outweigh the negative ones.
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I thought the train journey was pretty good and would do it again. The train was on time and there were no changes, which made it very pleasant. The station in Porto is also very impressive and beautiful in my opinion. The view during the journey was definitely not bad and really nice to see. The journey was definitely worth the price and I can only recommend it to anyone looking for an alternative to the car for the journey
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My journey from Porto to Lisbon was extremely enjoyable as the price was excellent. In addition, the staff were very friendly, respectful and polite. They always had a big smile on their faces. Great attention was paid to hygiene. The toilets and washbasins were well maintained and clean. The train also arrived in Lisbon on time. Unfortunately, the seats were not comfortable and there were several transfers, which made the journey more difficult as I had to constantly go back and forth with my luggage. The volume was also not adequate. Basically, a great and recommendable journey!
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The train journey from Porto to Lisbon is very pleasant and fast. The train was on time, which was very relaxing. Everything else on the train was also great, the seats were clean, I had plenty of space and it had toilets. The train was also equipped with working wifi and charging facilities. The service was relatively good and the staff were nice. Overall, I can say that I highly recommend the train journey.
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The facilities on the train were very good, especially the wifi worked perfectly. The comfort was also good in my opinion, except for my seat, which was not very comfortable due to my size. The service was very friendly and pleasant. The cleanliness was also very good on the train in my opinion, as well as the journey time with arrival and departure, which was super punctual. The price-performance ratio is a little too expensive in my opinion. All in all, it was a very good train journey, which I can only recommend.
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The train journey from Porto to Lisbon offered beautiful views and an overall pleasant level of comfort. However, delays and lack of cleanliness on the train were disappointing. The staff were friendly for the most part, but the service could be improved. The price was quite acceptable in my opinion. Overall a mediocre experience with some positives and some negatives.
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I really had some positive experiences on the train journey. For example, I particularly liked the excellent hygiene and cleanliness of the sanitary facilities. In addition, the staff were always friendly and helpful. I can classify the price-performance ratio as excellent and give this train connection 5 stars. I would also like to point out that there was a relaxed atmosphere on the train.
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My trip from Porto to Lisbon was one of the best journeys of my life. The price was excellent and hygiene was always taken into account. The toilets and washbasins were very clean and well maintained. The staff were also very friendly and polite. However, the wifi was not very efficient. The connection was constantly interrupted. In addition, the train did not arrive in Lisbon on time. I felt that the noise level on the train was not appropriate. But all in all, a great trip that I would recommend to others.
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My journey from Porto to Lisbon was very fascinating. The price was very reasonable and worth it for the distance and for the excellent service. Good attention was paid to hygiene as the toilets and seats were well maintained and hygienic. The staff were very friendly, understanding and helpful. Sometimes there were uncertainties or questions. But the staff always stood by my side and helped me. I felt very well looked after. However, the wifi connection was slow and the connection was constantly interrupted. So I couldn't really be productive during the journey. In addition, the train didn't arrive in Lisbon on time and the volume was disappointingly inadequate. But overall a good journey!
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I travelled from Porto to Lisbon with Deutsche Bahn. The journey was an almost excellent trip for me. The price of the ticket was cheap or at least fair in my opinion. The staff on board were very friendly and helpful. My concerns and questions were always dealt with and clarified by the staff. Good attention was paid to hygiene, as the toilets and seats were well maintained and clean. However, the wifi connection was not stable and rather slow. The connection was constantly interrupted. As a result, I couldn't really do anything on my electronic devices such as my mobile phone or laptop during the journey. It was also noisy on the train and it didn't arrive in Lisbon on time. But all in all a good journey!

Overview: Train from Porto to Lisbon

distanceDistance170 miles
durationAverage train duration2 h 50 min
priceAverage train ticket price£25 (€28)
frequencyTrain frequency12 a day
changesDirect trainYes, there are 12 direct trains a day
carriersTrain providersComboios De Portugal, Alfa Pendular, Intercidades, R - Regional or IR - InterRegional

Trains from Porto to Lisbon cover the 170 miles long journey taking on average 2 h 50 min with our travel partners like Comboios De Portugal, Alfa Pendular, Intercidades, R - Regional or IR - InterRegional. Normally, there are 12 trains operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this route for as low as £13, but the average price of train tickets is £25. Travellers depart most frequently from Porto - Campanhã and arrive in Lisbon - Oriente.

Train companies: Comboios De Portugal, Alfa Pendular and Intercidades trains Porto to Lisbon

Find the best trains between Porto and Lisbon with Omio's travel partners Comboios De Portugal, Alfa Pendular and Intercidades from £13. We can find you the best deals, timetables and tickets when comparing and booking the best route.

Comboios Portugal (CP) is the main train company in Portugal operating medium and long-distance train services operating across Portugal. CP train types include International (IN) which connect Portugal with Spain and France; Alfa Pendular (AP) operating high-speed trains up to 220 km/h between Porto, Lisbon and Faro; Intercidades, long-distance trains operating up to 200km/h; Inter-Regional (IR), which offer medium distance services; and Regional, CP's local services. There are two types of fares available for CP trains: Promo (booked 5-60 days in advance and non-refundable) and Normal (refundable for a fee) available for both 1st and 2nd class tickets. Take a train with CP from Porto to Lisbon.

Porto to Lisbon train information with Comboios De Portugal:

  • Average Duration: 2 h 44 min
  • Cheapest Price: £27
  • Comboios De Portugal frequency: 12 a day

Trains from Porto to Lisboa

You can get trains from Porto to Lisboa with ease, with there being a frequent service throughout the week. Offering approximately 36 trains each day, depending on which day you travel, you should be able to find a suitable train to match your schedule. With an average train time of around 3h, it won’t take you long to arrive into the Portuguese capital. There are also faster and slower trains too, so you’ll be able to choose when you arrive into Lisboa.

   

Porto to Lisboa Train Time: Daily Departures

With there being about 36 trains each day, depending on which day you travel, you’ll have a great train timetable to choose from when travelling from Porto to Lisboa. Between Monday and Saturday the first train departs at around 1:00 a.m., whilst on Sundays the first train is a bit later at about 5:32 a.m. The last trains leaves Porto for Lisboa at approximately 8:32 p.m. on weekdays, 7:37 p.m. on Saturdays and 11:50 p.m. on Sundays. With there being about 36 trains travelling daily between these two cities between Monday and Friday, 28 on Saturdays and 34 on Sundays, you’ll have a great selection of departures to pick from.

How long is the journey by train from Porto to Lisboa?

The train journey from Porto to Lisboa varies in duration, depending on which train you decide to take. The average journey time for this route is approximately 3h, with there also being a faster train that arrive in about 2h 50min. On weekdays there are some trains which take close to 5h, but these tend to run overnight. Whilst on weekends trains can take in excess of 6h, which are also tend to operate overnight. Whilst the majority of trains that operate this route are direct there are also indirect ones too, so it’s worth checking before you book to ensure the route works for your schedule.

Porto Couple Ribiera. Source: Shutterstock

What are the departure and arrival stations for trains from Porto to Lisboa?

Departure train station: Trains tend to depart from the same train station in Porto, which is Porto Campanha train station. This is well connected to the city centre and can be reached from popular tourist attractions, such as Porto Cathedral, in about 9min on the red, green or yellow metro lines. The station offers toilets, gift shops and waiting rooms that you can use before you get your journey underway.

Arrival train station: You can arrive into two train stations in Lisboa, which are Lisboa Santa Apolonia train station or Lisboa Oriente train station. Lisboa Santa Apolonia is located in the centre of the city and is only about a 4min walk away from tourist attractions such as Lisbon Army Museum. Whereas Lisboa Oriente is closer to the airport, with the travel time between these two locations being about 10min on the Vm line. At the train stations you can access food outlets, waiting rooms and cash points before you continue your journey.

Which train companies travel from Porto to Lisboa?

The train company that operates the routes between Porto and Lisboa is Comboios De Portugal, which operates a regular service throughout the week. With an average train time of about 3h, it won’t take you long to reach your destination. Offering approximately 36 trains on a daily basis, depending on the day of the week which you travel, you’ll have a great timetable to choose from. The vast majority of trains on this route are also direct, but keep an eye out for the indirect ones which require a change along the way.

Comboios De Portugaltrains from Porto to Lisboa

Comboios De Portugal Porto to Lisboa trains operate a frequent service throughout the week. Departing from Porto Campanha, your train will arrive into either Lisboa Santa Apolonia train station or Lisboa Oriente train station. Offering approximately 36 trains on a daily basis on weekdays, and 28 and 34 trains on Saturdays and Sundays respectively, you won’t have to wait for long until the next train departs. The average journey time takes about 3h, but some are as quick as 2h 50min. There are also longer trains which can take in the region of 6h. Whilst most trains are direct, it’s worth noting that you may have to make a change on some journeys at a train station such as Aveiro.

Train Porto to Lisboa: Services on Board

Comboios De Portugal trains have a great service on board trains from Porto to Lisboa. You can opt for a First Class carriage, which will provide you with more spacious and comfier seating. You can take up to three items of luggage on board with you, however you must ensure that they are no larger than 85cm x 55cm x 35cm each. In each second half carriage there is space for up to two bicycles as well, so you should always be able to take your bike on board with you.

If you are travelling with a pet, that’s fine too, but be sure to have it on a lead at all times or to put it in a suitable pet carrier. Passengers that have a disability can request assistance from the Advisor for Special Needs Customers, who will ensure that you are provided with assistance when you need it during your journey.

Night trains Porto

You can take night trains throughout the week from Porto to Lisboa. There is a train that leaves Porto at 1:00 a.m on weekdays and Saturdays, which arrives into Lisboa at 5:50 a.m. Whilst you can catch a train on Sundays that departs at 11:50 p.m., which arrives at about 5:59 a.m.

Travelling by train: Sustainable journey

Not only is travelling by train from Porto to Lisboa a great way to get between these two cities, but it is also a sustainable way to travel too. It emits fewer carbon emissions that if you were to complete the same journey by plane or car, so you’ll be doing your bit for the environment when you choose to travel by rail. You’ll also be producing a lower level of noise pollution, which is better for people’s health.

How to find cheap train tickets from Porto to Lisboa?

When you are looking to get cheap train tickets from Porto to Lisboa it is important you start your search as early as possible. With train tickets being released a few weeks in advance of the departure date, this is when you are most likely to find the best priced fare. The closer you get to your day of travel, the higher the price is likely to be. If you have flexibility with your travel time or date this can also help you to find a cheaper train ticket. For instance travelling in the morning or evening, rather than the afternoon, can help find better priced tickets. Whilst also looking at trains a day either side of the date you intend to travel might prove beneficial if you’re travelling on a budget.

Lisboa City Overview. Source: Shutterstock

To Lisboa by train—travel tips

Lisboa is a wonderful city that is visited by tourists throughout the year. Offering some great sites, it’s worth having an itinerary in place so you don’t miss out on anything. Start your trip at the Oceanario de Lisboa, where you can get up close and personal to some of your favourite marine life. Then take a stroll around the lovely Alfama district, which is well-known for its narrow paths and steep hills.

Next up, head over to Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, which is a historic site in the city that boasts a great church. A trip to Lisbon wouldn’t be the same without checking out Praca do Comercio, which is in the heart of Lisbon. Here you can enjoy a drink at one of the cafes whilst watching the world go by. After trying out some local food at one of the many great restaurants in the city, you can head up to Miradouro da Senhora do Monte, which gives you great panoramic views of the city.

  • Calouste Gulbenkian Museum
  • Museu Nacional do Azulejo
  • Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica
  • Bairro Alto
  • Museu Colecao Berardo

FAQs: Porto to Lisbon train

FAQs: Travel by train from Porto to Lisbon easily. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have collected everything you need to know so you can find the best option from Porto to Lisbon.
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Cheap train tickets from Porto to Lisbon can start from as little as £13 when you book in advance. The average train ticket price for Porto to Lisbon is £25; however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
On average the Porto to Lisbon train travel time is 2 h 50 min   for the 170 mile long journey, but the duration can vary if you travel on weekends and holidays.
The first train from Porto to Lisbon leaves at 05: 40. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
The last train from Porto to Lisbon leaves at 22: 50.
Yes, it is possible to travel from Porto to Lisbon without having to change trains with Comboios De Portugal, Alfa Pendular or Intercidades. There are 12 direct trains from Porto to Lisbon each day. There may be fewer direct services available on weekends or holidays.
Yes, you can take a high-speed train from Porto to Lisbon with Alfa Pendular or Intercidades. Overall you can travel with the following companies: Comboios De Portugal, Alfa Pendular, Intercidades, R - Regional or IR - InterRegional.
For the trip from Porto to Lisbon you can take a train with Comboios De Portugal, Alfa Pendular, Intercidades, R - Regional or IR - InterRegional. Be sure to check out all possible train companies that offer services from Porto to Lisbon on Omio to compare what amenities they may have.
No, there are no night trains, the latest train for this route is 22: 50.

When departing from Porto, you have various train station options to start your trip from including Porto - Campanhã and Porto - Sao Bento. When arriving in Lisbon, you can end your trip in train stations like Lisbon - Oriente and Lisbon - Sete Rios.

Passengers board the train most frequently from Porto - Campanhã, which is located around 1.6 miles (2.5 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Lisbon - Oriente, located 5.7 miles (9.2 km) away from the city centre.

A trip to Lisbon from Porto is worth doing but not as a day trip with a journey time of 2 h 50 min each way. Check with Omio app   the best way to travel.
The cheapest month to travel from Porto to Lisbon by train is July.
You have options as you can travel from Porto to Lisbon 3 different ways: train, coach or flight.

Important Stations and Airports in Porto and Lisbon

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The major railway station for departures from Porto is Porto - Campanhã. Read all the information you need to know about services, amenities and connections at Porto - Campanhã for your trip from Porto to Lisbon.
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The major train station for arrivals in Lisbon is Lisbon - Oriente. Find all the information you need to know about services, amenities and connections at Lisbon - Oriente for your trip to Lisbon from Porto.
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