How to get to Papizios Portugal by train
Kissed by the bright sun and dotted with plenty of spectacular landmarks, magical Portugal is a country that’s a joy to discover. With a well-developed train network that spreads for 2786 kilometers and connects all the major tourist spots of the country, traveling by train is a great way to explore all the wonders this country has to offer!
Train routes run throughout the entire country and some of them are direct while others require a transfer at a train station. When choosing a train route make sure you select the one that has a direct route because it will save you a lot of time and hassle.
When choosing a train ticket, it’s best to book in advance to get the cheapest price possible. Also, some trains only sell a certain number of tickets for each departure so booking early will ensure you have a seat on the train you want.
Some of the most popular day trip routes like Lisbon to Sintra tend to fill up quickly especially in high season so I highly recommend arriving at the train station well ahead of time to purchase your tickets. Train ticket lines can also be long so be prepared to wait and it’s always good to bring a book or some music to pass the time.
If you’re travelling with a larger group, it’s a good idea to split into two groups and take turns riding in the front row of the train so everyone gets a chance to see all the amazing scenery from the window. If you’re able to, try and grab seats on the right side of the train (facing forward) as the river will be on that side for most of the journey and it’s pretty beautiful! Also, try and get seats with plug sockets if you need to charge your phone or tablet.