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Lisbon (LIS)
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Comboios de Portugal
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3h 23m
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3h 15m
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3h 23m
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Lisbon train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains to Lisbon

RETURN FROM

£15

ONE-WAY FROM

£9

POPULAR STATION

Caldas da Rainha Terminal Rodoviário

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

Comboios de Portugal
The cheapest return train ticket to Lisbon is from Faro, starting at £15. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Lisbon is from Porto, starting at £9. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Caldas da Rainha Terminal Rodoviário is one of the most popular stations in Lisbon
Comboios de Portugal services this train route

Book return train tickets to Lisbon

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets to Lisbon that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
Comboios de Portugal
5 Oct
12:00Estação Ferroviária de Faro
3h 05m
15:05Lisbon Estação do Oriente
7 Oct
13:23Lisbon Estação do Oriente
3h 00m
16:23Estação Ferroviária de Faro
Comboios de Portugal
3 Oct
12:00Estação Ferroviária de Faro
3h 05m
15:05Lisbon Estação do Oriente
5 Oct
04:23Lisbon Estação do Oriente
3h 00m
07:23Estação Ferroviária de Faro
Comboios de Portugal
5 Oct
11:38Faro Bom Joao
3h 27m
1 stop
15:05Lisbon Estação do Oriente
7 Oct
06:02Lisbon Estação do Oriente
3h 56m
1 stop
09:58Faro Bom Joao
Comboios de Portugal
3 Oct
11:38Faro Bom Joao
3h 27m
1 stop
15:05Lisbon Estação do Oriente
5 Oct
04:23Lisbon Estação do Oriente
3h 10m
1 stop
07:33Faro Bom Joao
Comboios de Portugal
21 Sep
13:37Porto Campanha
3h 15m
16:52Lisbon Estação do Oriente
22 Sep
08:39Lisbon Estação do Oriente
5h 10m
2 stops
13:49Porto Campanha
Comboios de Portugal
21 Sep
15:37Porto Campanha
3h 15m
18:52Lisbon Estação do Oriente
22 Sep
05:09Lisbon Estação do Oriente
2h 49m
07:58Porto Campanha

Book one-way train tickets to Lisbon

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to Lisbon found on momondo in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find available train tickets by date.
Comboios de Portugal
14 Sep
15:37Porto Campanha
3h 23m
19:00Lisbon Santa Apolónia
Comboios de Portugal
26 Sep
15:37Porto Campanha
3h 15m
18:52Lisbon Estação do Oriente
Comboios de Portugal
26 Sep
15:37Porto Campanha
3h 23m
19:00Lisbon Santa Apolónia

FAQs for booking trains to Lisbon

Lisbon trains arrive at two main train stations located in the city: Rossio Railway Station (also called Estacao de Caminhos de Ferro do Rossio) and Lisbon Oriente Station (Estacao do Oriente, or Gare do Oriente). Rossio is centrally located in the city centre and is accessible by public transport via subway, tram and bus. Closeby subway stations are Restauradores on the Az line, and Rossio on the Vd line: a nearby tram stop is Elevador Da Gloria on tram line 24E; and close bus lines include 207, 709, 711, 732, 736, 737, 744, 746, 783 and 794. Lisbon Oriente Station is located northeast of the Lisbon city centre and is easily accessible by public transport via subway and bus. The subway Oriente is inside the station and runs on the Vm line. The bus lines 26B, 208, 210, 705, 708, 725, 728, 744, 759 and 782 are all close to the station. Other options to access the city centre from these stations include taxi and ride-sharing services. All of the stations have the Lisbon bike hire service, Gira, stationed nearby, and there are many docking stations located throughout the city. These are all accessible ways to access the Lisbon city centre, when you travel by train to Lisbon.

It's usually more practical to leave your luggage at the train station when travelling by train to Lisbon, especially if your hotel isn't ready yet. Both train stations, Rossio Railway Station and Lisbon Oriente Station, provide left luggage services at the terminals. The luggage lockers are coin operated and have a time limit of 24 hours. If you've bought cheap train tickets to Lisbon for a day trip or have a few hours before catching a connecting train, luggage storage can come in handy. You'll be able to spend the day exploring the area without having to haul your bags around.

You'll appreciate the convenience of arriving at a station with a range of amenities when travelling by train to Lisbon. Both stations provide facilities such as toilets, payphones, cash points and places to buy food to stock up for your journey. There are also ticket machines and ticket offices in these stations. Both stations have step-free access and staff to aid in your journey. Lisbon Oriente Station additionally provides currency exchange, car hire, a restaurant and accessible toilets and ramps for Lisbon train access. All of Portugal's train stations are served by Comboios de Portugal, a Portuguese train company. In all of its stations, it offers additional services to anyone who requires assistance; you can call Comboios de Portugal ahead of time for assistance with your Lisbon rail travel.

If you're travelling to Portugal by train, including Lisbon trains, it’s important to bring identification with you, such as your driving licence or passport, as well as your train tickets to Lisbon. This is so you can verify the identifying number provided when you bought the ticket to the ticket officer. Your identification should be current and include a recent or updated photograph. If you're taking the Eurostar train journey from the UK to Lisbon, you'll need your passport to cross the border. If you're heading by rail to Lisbon from another part of Portugal, you should also carry your passport as proof of identification to avoid any problems.

Lisbon is best served by Caldas da Rainha Terminal Rodoviário. There you’ll find a number of trains that can get you to your destination.

Comboios de Portugal is the most commonly selected option by users. You can use our search form to find great options to Lisbon.

£8 is the average one-way price to Lisbon this week. We don’t expect any changes in price for the next 3 months. Seats may fill unexpectedly, so book when you can to secure your seat.

Caldas da Rainha Terminal Rodoviário station is 43.5 mi from Lisbon, Lisbon Cais do Sodré station is 4.9 mi from Lisbon, and Vila Franca de Xira Estação de trem station is 14.7 mi from Lisbon.

You will need to travel 47.8 mi to get from Caldas da Rainha Terminal Rodoviário to Praça de D. Pedro IV, 45.2 mi to get from Caldas da Rainha Terminal Rodoviário to SL Benfica Stadium, and 43.7 mi to get from Caldas da Rainha Terminal Rodoviário to Torre Vasco da Gama.


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