Porto metro map

porto metro map

Where can I download the Porto Metro map?

Moovit has an easy-to-download Porto Metro Map, that serves as your offline Porto, Braga and Vila Real Metro map while traveling. This map can be saved in your phone and it’s easy to share with friends. To view the downloaded map, no internet connection is required.

How many lines does Portos Metro have?

Portos Metro has 6 lines and 81 stations, but if youre planning to use it as a means of transport, take into account that it doesnt make it to most of the tourist attractions in the city. Line A (Blue): Estádio do Dragão - Senhor de Matosinhos.

What cities are in the Porto Metro?

The municipalities, accessible by the Porto Metro include: Porto in Zone C1, Gondomar in Zone C8, Vila Nova de Gaia in Zone S8, Póvoa de Varzim in Zone N°3, Matosinhos in Zone C3, Vila do Conde and Maia in Zone C5.

How does the Porto Metro work?

The Porto Metro ticket system is multipurpose and offers access to all the city’s transportation systems. This is a contactless chip card (riders can simply pass through entry points with it in their baggage, rather than taking the card out to be scanned). A basic ticket covers two zones and costs €1.20 ($US 1.37).

What are the most important metro stations in Porto?

Trindade is one of the most important metro stations on the whole map, if not the most important in fact. It’s located in the centre of the city so, from that, you can understand why it is one of the most used and crowded stations. Right in the back of Porto’s city hall, Trindade connects all the 6 lines that operate in Porto metro.

How do I get around in Porto?

Porto has a light rail transportation system that mostly resembles a tram. There are 6 lines, 81 stations and a 67-kilometer (42-mile) route. The metro operates from 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Fares are calculated by zone and a basic ticket is €1.20 ($US 1.36) Service is available from the metro to the Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport.

How much does it cost to use the Metro in Portugal?

Depending on the time of day, the metro can pass every 4 to 15 minutes. A single ticket costs € 1.20 ( US$ 1.40). If you purchase the Porto Card or the Andante Tour Card, you’ll have unlimited access to the city’s metro system.

When does Porto Metro open and close?

Porto Metro opens every day at 6 am and the last train departs at 1 am. Depending on the time of day, the metro can pass every 4 to 15 minutes. A single ticket costs € 1.20 ( US$ 1.40).

What are the metro lines in Porto?

Porto’s metro lines. Line A (Blue): Estádio do Dragão - Senhor de Matosinhos. Line B (Red): Estádio do Dragão - Póvoa de Varzim. Line C (Green): Estádio do Dragão - ISMAI. Line E (Purple): Estádio do Dragão – Airport.

How many cities are there in Porto Portugal?

The original Metropolitan Area of Porto was constituted by nine municipalities: Porto (the capital), Espinho, Gondomar, Maia, Matosinhos, Póvoa de Varzim, Vila Nova de Gaia, Valongo, and Vila do Conde.

Where is the headquarters of the Porto metropolitan area?

The original Metropolitan Area of Porto was constituted by nine municipalities: Porto (the capital), Espinho, Gondomar, Maia, Matosinhos, Póvoa de Varzim, Vila Nova de Gaia, Valongo, and Vila do Conde. The process of enlargement: Government. The headquarters of the metropolitan area are located in Avenida dos Aliados.

Where to go shopping in Porto?

If you want to go shopping in Porto, you can use the metro to go to Vila do Conde the Styles Outlet or to El Corte Ingles in Vila Nova de Gaia, again, using the metro. It’s time to tell you what you need to know when taking the Porto Metro.

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