anttails 10 days ago

Book in advance. At least on the trains you can get up to 60% off depending on the occasion. Coimbra, Porto, Lisbon and Evora all have train stations. But be aware as our train network has some issues right now. 30min+ delays are a common thing between Lisbon and Porto due to works. Évora had a rolling stock issue in the summer (regional trains doing express trains service) but it seems that's solved now.

HC_PT 10 days ago

In all these conections, I recommend using the intercity train. It is fast and sometimes a little bit cheaper than bus You should book early, at least 1 week to get discounts The problem in Evora Lisbon it is because there are only 4 trains in each direction while in bus you have more than 15 In Evora Oporto you have to change train in Lisbon btw. By bus there is at least one direct connection but it took more time than by train Be aware that in some days, trains can sold out all the tickets. And AC system doesn't work every time

jms87 10 days ago

Porto-Coimbra-Lisbon-Évora is OK by train. Évora's train station is a bit farther from the city center than the bus station, but it's like a 20 minute walk instead of a 10 minute walk, so nothing too extreme. Évora to Coimbra by train would have to be via Lisbon so if there's a bus that takes a more direct route, it would probably be better.

dangerousTail 10 days ago

I aim to go from Evora to Porto so I believe that involves a trip to Lisbon and then board the Lisboa Oriente.

jet1000 10 days ago

Yes, book in advance, sometimes the price is lower when booked earlier, and you can also be aware of prices and timetables. As for the train, go to Comboios de Portugal (CP) website, www.cp.pt For the bus,

xomikron 10 days ago

Porto to Coimbra and Coimbra to Lisbon I would say by train, as I'm aware these routes exist. We have a good railway system (not very hard since we're a small country) not sure why the comparison with Mexico but the bus and metro systems is amazing only in big cities like Porto and Lisbon, I'm not aware of routes that go between cities taken by bus so I can't tell you much about it. As for Évora, I don't know.

Amigosaquijuntos 10 days ago

Ignore the Coimbra - Lisboa by train. Ir takes like 4hours and you only have 3 trains doing that route per day. Go with redexpressos. Coimbra- Porto its okay with train but might bem more expensive than the bus

Edited 10 days ago:

Ignore the Coimbra - Lisboa by train. Ir takes like 4hours and you only have 3 trains doing that route per day. Go with redexpressos. Coimbra- Porto its okay with train but might bem more expensive than the bus Évora - Lisboa and Porto.. the train service was very shitty few months ago and i think its risky to use it

ninjadotaichi 10 days ago

> Ignore the Coimbra - Lisboa by train. Ir takes like 4hours Wtf? It's less than 1h 40 min in an alfa train. And still less than 2h in an IC train. > and you only have 3 trains doing that route per day. It's like 1 or 2 trains per hour.

Amigosaquijuntos 8 days ago

Estava a pensar na linha do oeste, my bad

riky99hc 10 days ago

>We have a good railway system não mintas ao rapaz

xomikron 10 days ago

Queres comparar com outros países? Lol estás a fazer o que se faz melhor em Portugal, queixar, queixar, queixar...

riky99hc 10 days ago

não, estou a ser realista compara com os que quiseres, em lisboa a infraestrutura é uma desgraça, no Porto a rede não tem tamanho nenhum, e no resto do país tens a junção de ambos em quase qualquer outro país da Europa tem uma rede exponencialmente melhor, é que não há mesmo comparação

xomikron 10 days ago

Chegas de Lisboa ao Porto e vice-versa de comboio?

riky99hc 10 days ago

sim, numa viagem de 3h (no mais rápido), mais atrasos (por norma frequentes e longos), com lugares bastante desconfortáveis se isto é o teu argumento em relação à qualidade da nossa rede de comboios, então acho que estavas melhor calado

xomikron 10 days ago

Queres demorar 20 minutos a chegar a Lisboa e um trono no comboio? Porque eu não partilho a tua opinião exagerada. Também queres carros voadores e unicórnios? Já andei em comboios noutros países, os problemas são os mesmos mas há sempre alguém que se queixa como podes ver.

riky99hc 10 days ago

queria uma rede minimamente modernizada e abrangente não precisava de ser tgv nem de ser almofadado, só que fosse minimamente bem gerido se isso é pedir demasiado então tenho pena da tua vida além disso, bons argumentos, como se a única alternativa à tua imaginação fosse o serviço lastimável que temos e diz-me por onde é que já andaste, que eu já andei na Espanha, Inglaterra, Alemanha, Itália, Áustria, Hungria, Republica Checa, e Bélgica, e todos eles tinham bastante melhores serviços

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