How to Get to Oleiros Portugal by Train

How to get to Oleiros Portugal by train

Anchoring the southwest corner of Europe, Portugal is a relatively easy place to navigate. A wide variety of transport options are available from speedy toll roads to a well-developed rail network that connects cities and towns across the country. The motherland of explorers like Vasco da Gama also has a broad range of public buses that reach smaller villages and towns.

Traveling by bus is a great option for those looking to get off the beaten path and see more of the countryside. The majority of bus routes are operated by small, private companies amalgamated into regional networks. Popular long distance routes include connections to major cities and the region’s coastal resorts.

The only direct route from Oleiros to Lisbon runs daily, provided by Rede Expressos. Traveling by bus will usually take around 5.5 hours and will cost you on average $16 (EUR14) one way.

Several old-school trams still rumble through the streets of Lisbon and Porto, offering a charming, inexpensive sightseeing tour of both historic cities. For a more active trip, try cycling the Portuguese coast. The mountainous national and natural parks of the north offer challenging itineraries, while a ride along the flat Alentejo plains is easier.

Oleiros’ main coach station is located in the city of A Coruna, serving as a hub for multiple coach companies with numerous provincial, national and international services. The coach station offers standard facilities including an ATM, currency exchange, luggage lockers, toilets and a tourist office.

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