10 - 13 JULY 2013



How to get to Evora

International flights land at Terminal 1 from the Lisbon airport (Portela)
At the Exit from Terminal 1 (Arrivals) there are taxi services (around 10-15 euros to the center of the city) or the shuttle aerobus whose stops are cross the road beyond the taxi stand.

A direct line (red line) of Metro is also available at the terminal and links the other lines in the city (main points for railway connections at Oriente and Sete Rios).

Aerobus provides the connection between the main spots of Lisbon, Parque das NaƧoes, Sete Rios & Oriente terminals, and the railway station of Entrecampos, Cais do Sodre and Oriente. Aerobus 3 lines are:

Line 1 City Center: every 20 min, from 21:00 every 30 min. Airport - Cais do Sodre 7h00 - 23h00, Cais do Sodre - Airport 7h45 - 22h30 (week days) & 7h30-22h30 (Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays)

Line 2 Oriente: every 30 min. Airport - Oriente 8h50 - 21h50, Oriente - Airport 7h30 - 22h00

Line 3 Financial Center Av. Jose Malhoa - every 30 min. Airport - Av. Jose Malhoa Sul 7h40 - 22h10, Av. Jose Malhoa Sul - Airport 8h15 - 21h15
Aerobus Tickets*: 3,50€/day

To go directly to Evora Take Line 3 aerobus to SETE RIOS Rail and bus Station (on exiting the terminal it is aerobus stop to your left).
At SETE RIOS you may take either the Rede Expressos bus to Evora or the CP train at the railway terminal. One-way ticket costs approx. 12.50 € either by train or bus.
Please note that while Rede Expressos buses to Evora are fairly frequent up to 22.00 weekdays or 22.30 on Sunday, train SETE RIOS-EVORA are only 3/day (at 10.04, 17.04 and 19.04).
Travel time is about 1.30 hours either by train or bus.

* The SIMPLE ticket can be purchased onboard (€ 3,5) or at the Tourism Office Counter at the airports Arrivals public area.
The ticket is valid for 24 hours on Aerobus and on the day of its obliteration also on Carris public transports.