Porto Airport Metro
Top Tips For Using the Metro from Porto Airport Francisco Sa Carneiro
The line that serves the Porto Airport is the purple Metro line. Many tourists and business people prefer to use the Metro because it is fast, affordable, and clean. They’re also reliable train lines that can get you almost anywhere in the city and you can also use the Metro to easily travel out of town to the surrounding areas. Traveling on the Metro is easy, as there are ticket offices located at the Porto Airport. The amount that it costs ranges depending on your destination, but you can generally count on the Metro being one of the more affordable options for transport if you are traveling solo or in a pair.
Line E stands for the purple line, which connect Porto Airport with Trindade Metro station.
Stops: Porto Airport, Botica, Verdes, Esposade, Custóias, Fonte do Cuco, Senhora da Hora, Sete Bicas, Via Rápida / Viso, Ramalde, Francos, Casa da Música, Carolina Michaelis, Lapa, Trindade.
If your final destination is the metro station “Estádio do Dragao” you have to change from purple line (E) to red line (B) in the Metro Station “Crestins”.
Train frequency is every 20-30 minutes, according to peak or non-peak hours.
To the city centre you have to stop at Trindade Metro station in about 26 minutes. Trindade Metro station is the main metro stop in the city centre.
Line E Line E operates from 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m Service hours: 06:00 am to 01:00 am.
The cost of ticket to Estadio do Dragao from Porto Airport is about 2 € by purchasing Andante Azul ticket (one-way ride). You can use the ticket within the next 1:15 h.
Airport Main Metro Station
Porto Airport Metro Fares
The regular titles are valid for the zones around the zone your journey started (the zone where you validate your ticket). The titles allow you to travel a certain time, according to the areas they include.
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