How to Get to Terronhas Portugal by Train

How to get to Terronhas Portugal by train

The best way to travel between Lisbon and Porto is via a direct train. There are multiple daily departures on both the Alfa Pendular and Intercity trains. Ticket prices vary but they are usually cheaper if you buy them a few weeks in advance. Check out Omio to compare prices. If you’re travelling in a group of four or more people, it’s worth considering purchasing a multi-person discount card. This entitles you to discounted tickets for the whole group, including children and babies.

Children under 4 are free as long as they travel with an adult and don’t occupy a seat. Up to 30 years old, you can also travel with a 50% discount on the Comboios de Portugal services on Regional, InterRegional and Servico Urbano (urban) trains.

Tickets for the trip from Lisbon to Porto are fairly cheap if bought in advance. However, the cheapest routes tend to sell out quickly. It’s a good idea to book well in advance and arrive at the station early to avoid long lines.

One of the most beautiful train lines in the world runs through the stunning Douro Valley which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s a beautiful place to explore by train and you can enjoy the views of the lush hills, vineyards and riverbanks.

The trip takes a little over three hours and there are multiple daily departures from Lisbon and Porto. There are both direct trains and services that require a change of train in Porto so choose the one that’s right for you.

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