Cad porto

cad porto

What is the Porto card?

The Porto.Card is the official sightseeing pass of the tourism company of Porto. It offers: Free and unlimited use of the public transport in Porto.

How much does it cost to use a portocard?

Current prices (season 2022) for a PortoCard incl. local transport use: Validity period of 4 days: 33 Euros (8.25 Euros per day) Which museum or attraction is open?

How to get around in Porto?

Free and unlimited use of the public transport in Porto. This includes the metro (the underground – even to the airport), city buses of the bus company STCP and the suburban trains between Valongo, Espinho (a popular seaside resort with a huge sandy beach) and Trofa.

Can I use my portocard at the airport?

On a practical note: Upon arrival at the airport, you can use the Porto.Card to take the metro from the airport to the city free of charge so you will not have to buy another ticket. Current prices (season 2022) for a PortoCard incl. local transport use:

How to get around by Metro in Porto?

The Andante tickets can also be used in order to be able to get around by metro in Porto. In order to learn all about the metro line network of Porto, as well as about the funicular system of the city (which is managed by the same company), use the indications below:

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.

How safe is Porto for travel?

Porto is an extremely safe city and its metro is no exception. I have never had any problems in Porto Metro. Some lines can, however, be a bit less safe than others, since they operate between neighbourhoods that are not the safest around. But in general, there are no incidents in Porto metro, so you can use it as you need.

How long does it take to get to Porto?

By train the journey takes about 2 hours and 45 minutes, and by bus it takes about 3 hours and 30 minutes. With the expansion of the citys airport and the increasing number of airlines flying into Porto, many visitors now also arrive by air.

On a practical note: Upon arrival at the airport, you can use the Porto.Card to take the metro from the airport to the city free of charge so you will not have to buy another ticket. Which museum or attraction is open? How is the situation in Porto due to the Corona / Covid 19 crisis?

Where can I pick up my Porto card?

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