How to Get to Pombal Portugal by Train

How to get to Pombal Portugal by train

Vivanoda lets you compare all the transport options from Lisbon to Pombal to find the best fare and time for your trip. Choose between train, bus, carpooling or flight and make sure you don’t miss out on any hidden costs. You can easily book your trip online and save up to 50% on the price of the door-to-door ticket. The most direct train from Lisbon to Pombal will take you 1 h 32 m, on average. Traveling by train with Comboios de Portugal CP, Renfe or Blablacar will be comfortable and convenient. These trains usually have 2 or 4 berths and are equipped with on-board power sockets.

At the end of Parque Eduardo VII lies Marques do Pombal square, a Parisian-style boulevard which connects downtown Lisbon with one of its main shopping streets. The area has a wealth of fine restaurants, designer boutiques and concert halls that makes it easy to fill a day or more in this northern swath of the city. Beyond the tree-fringed Avenida da Liberdade, elegant art-nouveau houses and manicured gardens beckon.

The main church of Pombal is an old monument rebuilt in 1520 and again in 1816 (as a consequence of the devastation of the French troops). Its simple exterior walls contrast with its very beautiful interior. In 1323, Dom Dinis and his son (Dom Afonso) signed a peace treaty in the church. This historical fact is depicted in a modern tile panel above the arch of the church.

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