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rede expressos
Direct
4h 30m
rede expressos
rede expressos
Direct
3h 35m
rede expressos
FlixBus
Direct
3h 30m
FlixBus
FlixBus
Direct
3h 30m
FlixBus
rede expressos
Direct
3h 35m
rede expressos
FlixBus
Direct
3h 30m
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Faro bus information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and bus companies that offer buses to Faro.

Return-trip from

£9

One-way from

£5

Popular station

Albufeira Terminal Rodoviário

Popular coach line

Bus
Bus tickets to Faro found within the last 3 days start at £9 round-trip from Lisbon
The cheapest one-way bus ticket from Lisbon starts at £5. This price was found within the last 3 days.
The most commonly used station in Faro is Albufeira Terminal Rodoviário.
Bus, rede expressos and FlixBus are some of the bus lines that arrive at Albufeira Terminal Rodoviário

Book round-trip bus tickets to Faro

Below are the quickest and cheapest round-trip bus tickets to Faro that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
Bus
24 Aug
11:30Lisbon Estação do Oriente
4h 05m
15:35Faro Faro Bus Station
26 Aug
14:00Faro Faro Bus Station
3h 30m
17:30Lisbon Estação do Oriente
Bus, rede expressos
22 Aug
06:00Lisbon Estação do Oriente
3h 25m
09:25Faro Faro Bus Station
23 Aug
13:00Faro Faro Bus Station
3h 30m
16:30Lisbon Estação do Oriente
rede expressos
1 Sep
06:30Lisbon Estação do Oriente
3h 35m
10:05Faro Faro Bus Station
3 Sep
20:30Faro Faro Bus Station
3h 45m
00:15Lisbon Estação do Oriente
rede expressos
26 Aug
08:00Lisbon Estação do Oriente
3h 25m
11:25Faro Faro Bus Station
27 Aug
11:30Faro Faro Bus Station
3h 45m
15:15Lisbon Estação do Oriente
rede expressos
28 Aug
10:30Lisbon Sete Rios
3h 35m
14:05Faro Faro Bus Station
1 Sep
11:30Faro Faro Bus Station
4h 05m
15:35Lisbon Sete Rios
Bus
28 Aug
11:30Lisbon Estação do Oriente
4h 05m
15:35Faro Faro Bus Station
1 Sep
14:00Faro Faro Bus Station
3h 30m
17:30Lisbon Estação do Oriente

Book one-way bus tickets to Faro

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way bus tickets to Faro we’ve found in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find bus tickets by date.
rede expressos
18 Aug
10:30Lisbon Sete Rios
4h 30m
15:00Faro Faro Bus Station
rede expressos
1 Sep
13:15Lisbon Sete Rios
3h 35m
16:50Faro Faro Bus Station
FlixBus
1 Sep
14:45Lisbon Estação do Oriente
3h 30m
18:15Faro Faro Bus Station

FAQs for booking bus tickets to Faro

EVA Transportes coaches offer a number of amenities to make your journey as comfortable as possible. All EVA Transportes coaches include Wi-Fi to keep you connected and entertained throughout your journey. The Wi-fi is 4G so there will be no issues with regards to remaining connected. You can also keep your devices on and fully charged on the bus, as EVA Transportes coaches are fitted with electric sockets so there is no need to worry about your battery running low. All EVA Transportes drivers double as salesmen and as well as purchasing bus tickets, you can buy snacks and drinks directly from them during your trip. With ample leg room, you don't need to be too worried about making stops to stretch your legs. There is also a restroom available on the coach for relief at any time.

Getting to a bus station in the city centre can be easily done with a meter taxi cab. If you don't want to catch a cab, you can also catch a Faro bus at one of the many bus stops in the city centre for affordable bus prices. All Faro buses will stop at a bus station as a part of its trip. You could also walk there as Faro is a pedestrian friendly city, provided you are not carrying too much luggage and you are not too far from the station. Beyond that you could make use of rideshare apps which will get you to the station without any issue. Your best option would depend on where exactly you are in the city to get to the bus station.

Taking a Faro bus offers you the chance to view the beautiful Portuguese countryside in a way that other transportation options are just unable to do. When you fly you move too fast and you are too high up to see the day to day lives of the Portuguese people. Bus travel is also considerably cheaper and more environmentally friendly, with air travel being 10s if not hundreds of times more damaging to the environment. Taking a Faro bus also means that you don’t have to worry about navigating or dealing with traffic. It can be particularly beneficial if you are a tourist because then you don’t have to worry about road etiquette or reading signs in a language you may not know.

If you book a Faro bus on an EVA Transportes, you should be able to bring two bags with you on your journey, depending on what kind of ticket you bought. One bag must be checked in while the other can be carried on. The carry-on bag can have a maximum weight of 15 lb, its maximum height is 16 inches, it’s maximum width must be 11 inches and its depth cannot be greater than seven inches. For your check-in bag, it cannot weigh more than 44 lb, it’s height cannot be taller than 31 inches, it cannot have a width that is greater than 19 inches and its maximum depth is 11 inches. If you need more luggage then you will have to pay a premium for each extra piece and all extra luggage must be checked in.

When you travel on a Faro bus, please make sure you have either a printed physical copy of your ticket or you have a digital copy. You may also need to provide an identity document that has your picture on it. Depending on your bus company, you may not be able to use a digital ticket so it is a good idea to either query with your bus company beforehand or just print a ticket to be safe. Do not throw your ticket away once you board because if you have any stops it may need to be shown to your driver again to reboard, or if you have a connecting bus you may need to show your ticket again, so be safe and keep your ticket, either physical or digital, with you until your journey is over.

Albufeira Terminal Rodoviário is a popular station to arrive at. You’ll find many options from here to get to your destination.

Bus, rede expressos, and FlixBus are some of the options available if you’re seeking to travel by coach to Faro. More ground transportation options may be available, depending on where you’re coming from.

You can catch a one-way bus to Faro for £5 on average this week. We don’t predict any changes in price within the next 3 months. It’s generally a good idea to book early to make sure you can get on the coach for the correct departure time.


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