How to Reach Portugal

If you are planning to opt for Portugal tour packages, then you should have a clear idea on how to reach Portugal. However, it’s always better to gather an idea before embarking on the journey.

You can travel an air distance of 5,191 miles from India in approximately 10 hours, with the nearest and most highly accessible airport being Lisbon International Airport. There is an option to access the daily trains to and from Paris, Madrid and a number of other European locations to reach Portugal. Trains ply from various European locations to Santa Apolonia Station in Lisbon, Coimbra station and the Campanha station in Oporto.

Lastly, self-driving is one more viable option that provides mesmerising scenic beauty during the travel. If you are carrying an international driving permit, you can easily Portugal by crossing the border from Spain.

Within Portugal, the cities are all well connected through trains and buses, which are literally cheap. One can even get to smaller villages and towns in buses. There are four types of long-distance trains services available which include Regional (one that stops everywhere), Interregional (that are comparatively faster), Intercidade (express trains) and Alfa Pendular Deluxe (offers faster and premium services). Taxis also ply across short distances; while they charge handsomely if anyone wishes to travel across large towns and cities.

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