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Viva Viagem Card Lisbon Metro Ticket, Viva Viagem Card: Use it on Metro, Bus, Tram, Ferry & Train you can buy on the metro automatic machines. If you arrived in Lisbon International Airport. the red line operate in to the centre from the Airport. So you can purchase the VIVa card at the Metro Station.
In this video I will show how to get to Lisbon airport from the city center and how to reach the city center from the airport. TO THE AIRPORT: - If you live next to Marques de Pombal or Campo Grande, the best solution is to take the bus: 744 or 783. - If you live next to Saldanha or any stop of the red line, then you can just take the metro! - A taxi, from Marques de Pombal, without lauggages will cost more or less 12 euro. - You could take AeroBus but it costs double the price of the metro or the bus and it is just a little bit more faster (but you have more space to put your lauggages). FROM THE AIRPORT: - If you have to go to Marques de Pombal or Campo Grande then I suggest you to take directly the 744 and 783. Actually also if you have to go to Saldanha, if there is no traffic the ...
A visit to Lisbon, and so naturally, I had to do a metro extravaganza video. And what an extravaganza this is, even if I say so myself! Of course , all four Lisbon Metro lines are covered in the video, so sit back and enjoy it. The video was filmed on Wednesday 29 November 2017.
In This Video I go over: -Getting from the Airport to the City center of Lisbon: :10 -Where to Stay: 0:55 We stayed at Travellers House Hostel:http://www.travellershouse.com/th/home.html -Foods to Try: 1:55 -What to Do: 5:09 Best Neighborhoods In Lisbon to stay in: 1. Baixa-Chiado This is the heart, the center of Lisbon located near the Praça do Comércio, and surrounded by attractions, cafes and restaurants, public squares, and plenty of transportation options. One of the benefits of staying at a hotel in Baixa-Chiado is that you can walk to many places and you’ll be right in the center of Lisbon action. 2. Santo Antonio The area of town opens up more with more space and it’s home to Avenida da Liberdade which is a huge tree lined boulevard known for shopping and designer brands. 3. Barr...
the subway in Lisbon, Portugal. The Lisbon Metro (Portuguese: Metropolitano de Lisboa) is the metro (subway) system of Lisbon, Portugal. Opened in December 1959, it was the first subway system in Portugal. As of 2012, the four Lisbon metro lines total 43.2 kilometres (26.8 mi) of route and serve 55 stations.
CP — Comboios de Portugal, EPE is a state-owned company which operates freight and passenger trains in Portugal. Before June 2009, CP stood for Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses although the company has been using its current designation as a brand name since 2004.
SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - The subway (metro or underground) in Lisbon (Portugal): Let's go for a walk and for a tour around Lisbon's metro (or subway or underground) in Portugal. Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org. Portugal is a southern European country on the Iberian Peninsula, bordering Spain and the Atlantic Ocean. Its oceanside location influences many aspects of its culture – salt cod and grilled sardines are national dishes, the Algarve's beaches are a major tourist destination and much of the nation’s architecture dates to the 1500s-1800s, when Portugal had a maritime empire.
Lisboa trams transportation - Lisbon, Portugal: follow us on board of most of the (special) trams which are used as transportation in the city of Lisbon. The famous tram 28 and other lines like 12 and 15. © http://www.Pretpark-Korting.com for all your theme park discount tickets! © http://www.VakantieBegint.nl
The MTS Metro Transportes do Sul (Metropolitano Ligeiro da Margem Sul do Tejo) is a new Light Rail streetcar system on the southern banks of the River Tagus south of Lisbon. The first route was opened in 2007. Currently 24 Siemens five-section (new generation) Combino Plus vehicles are running on 3 lines serving almost 100.000 people. Siemens is a stakeholder in MTS. Connection to Lisbon is by ferry or the Fertagus trains-- Ten zuiden van Lissabon rijden sinds 2007 de sneltrams van de MTS. Er zijn drie lijnen die elkaar allemaal deels overlappen. Er rijden 24 Siemens Combino Plus trams van een vernieuwd type na het debacle met de eerste generatie Combino trams. Dit was een logische keuze aangezien Siemens één van de aandeelhouders van MTS is.
SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Train ride from Lisbon to Sintra, Portugal. The train to Sintra departs Lisbon from the Rossio train station, which is located in central Lisbon. The train station is connected to the green metro line and is served by the Rossio metro station. Rossio train station is conveniently located in the heart of the city and is within walking distance of the Baixa district, the main tourist center of Lisbon. The Lisbon to Sintra train is a regional service therefore seats cannot be pre-booked. The trains are made up of 6-9 carriages but due to the popularity of Sintra and the commuter towns the train serves certain service may be standing room only. Also there can be long queues for train tickets at the middle of the day. It is always advisable to s...
Here's a compilation of videos of Lisbon's transit buses, ranging from Mercedes-Benz to MAN/Caetano to Volvo. Most buses in Lisbon have Caetano CityGold body work on MAN chassis, but there are some Volvo and Mercedes buses and some MANs with Atomic Polis body work. All clips here were taken at the Marques de Pombal square, a major transfer point in the Carris network, including routes 702, 702, 720, 727, 744, 753 (to Almada), and 783 to the airport.
Renault Kangoo da Direcção-Geral dos Serviços Prisionais a transportar detido(s) no centro de Lisboa, Portugal. Viatura equipada pela Futurvida. General Directorate of Prison Services transporting a detainee in Lisbon. This unit and its bigger version, based on a Renault Master, no longer sport the all-beige color scheme and lightbar, since the color has been changed to a dark blue (similar to PSP) the and lighting has been replaced by 2 LEDs in the front and in the back. The siren is the common Senken Fujita.