Train to sintra from lisbon

train to sintra from lisbon

How do I get from Lisbon to Sintra?

The trains from Lisbon to Sintra are commuter trains (as I explained) and are modern, clean and comfortable. Usually red in colour, you can normally sit anywhere on the train – except for first class – as there’s little to no reserved seating. The journey takes around 40 minutes and you’ll want to get off at Portela de Sintra station.

How far is Sintra from the train station?

Sintra Train Station Sintra train station (GPS: 38.79870, -9.38646) is the final stop of both train services, but the historic centre of Sintra is located 1.5km to the west of the station.

How to get from Rossio Station to Sintra?

Access to the platforms in Rossio Station, for the train to Sintra. Single tickets for both Rossio-Sintra and Oriente-Sintra cost €2.25, and can be bought at the ticket counters or machines. The tickets are magnetic cards called “Viva Viagem,” which you need to purchase the first time you take the train in Lisbon.

How to get to Sintra from Entrecampos?

Entrecampos station, which is a stop on the Oriente-Sintra line. The train service to Sintra is operated by CP (“Comboios de Portugal”), which is the national train company. It’s a busy commuter line, so seats can’t be pre-booked and there are trains every 20 minutes, and more frequently at rush hours.

How far is Rossio (Station) from Sintra train station?

The distance between Rossio (Station) and Sintra Train Station is 23 km. The road distance is 28 km. How do I travel from Rossio (Station) to Sintra Train Station without a car? The best way to get from Rossio (Station) to Sintra Train Station without a car is to line 18801 train which takes 1h 3m and costs €2 - €3.

How to get to Sintra by train?

There are two regular and inexpensive train services, departing from different parts of the city. From downtown it departs from Rossio Station and arrives in Sintra 40 minutes later. From the eastern side of the city, in the Parque das Nações district, it departs from Oriente Station and takes 47 minutes to reach Sintra.

How long does the Rossio-Sintra train take?

It’s a busy commuter line, so seats can’t be pre-booked and there are trains every 20 minutes, and more frequently at rush hours. The Rossio-Sintra journey takes 40 minutes, and the Oriente-Sintra train takes 47 minutes. Since most tourists depart from Rossio Station, expect long lines and waiting times at the counters and machines.

What is the difference between the Oriente-Sintra and Rossio-Sintra trains?

The Oriente-Sintra route has a journey time of 47 minutes, while the Rossio-Sintra train takes 40 minutes, and both services have an equal number of departures. For the latest timetable, please see the CP website:

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