There is a Taxi Stop at the top of the street, in Príncipe Real garden, distance: 1 minute walking.
(A Taxi until the airport, depending on the traffic hours should not exceed €10).
* Lisbon Airport 8.5 km distance (17 min by car).
* Closest Car Park: Calçada do Combro, 58, from 10 am till 12 am, maximum/day: 13.05 Eur.
(tip: on the top of the park building there is a bar with one of the most stunning sightseeing Lisbon spots).
> METRO (Subway)
Opens at 06:30 and closes at 01:00.
The closest stations are RATO and BAIXA-CHIADO, both 15 minutes walking distance until the apartment.
You need to buy a Viva Viagem Card (€0,50) and charge it with the travels you want (€1,40 each). You can do it easily in any metro station.
Buses until Príncipe Real garden: 758 and 773
758’s Route: Benfica, Sete Rios, Campolide, Amoreiras, Rato, Príncipe Real, Praça Luís de Camões, Rua do Alecrim, Cais do Sodré.
773’s Route: Rato, Príncipe Real, Praça das Flores, Palácio de S. Bento, Calçada da Estrela, Lapa, Avenida Infante Santo, Rua Possidónio da Silva, Largo das Necessidades, Alcântara.
Cais do Sodré Station: Lisbon’s terminus for the Cascais railway. This railway connects the capital to the stunning beaches of Lisbon’s coastline, like Guincho and Carcavelos, and towns west of Lisbon including Cascais, Estoril and Oeiras. The Cais do Sodré ferry terminal provides important commuter routes that inexpensively cross the Tejo River. The only ferry route which is of interest for tourists is the service to the Cristo Rei Statue. Cais do Sodré metro station is the final station on the green metro line and provides rapid access to the entire city.
Rossio’s Train Station: Rossio train station is the Lisbon terminus of the Lisbon to Sintra railway line. This railway connects the pretty and popular tourist town of town of Sintra to Lisbon. Rossio train station itself is a wonderful ornate structure, which from the outside does not resemble a train station. Rossio train station is situated in the centre of Baixa district, to the northwester side of Pedro IV Square, which is often referred to as Rossio. The station is connected to the green metro line by the Rossio metro station.
Santa Apolónia is central Lisbon’s main train station and from here the whole of Portuguese inter-city train network is accessible. The other inter-city train station in Lisbon is the ultra-modern Gare do Oriente station but this is to the north east of the city in the Parque das Nações complex, therefore Santa Apolónia is more convenient for most visitors. If you want to go to Oporto, Alentejo or Algarve, this is your station. To avoid going to the station before the departure, tickets can be booked from the CP (Comboios de Portugal – the national train operator) at WWW.CP.PT. There is an English translation for WWW.CP.PT and, as this is the website of the train operator, the site always offers the cheapest prices.
More info here: TRAINS