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Lisbon is at 2/3 hours flight time from most of the European cities. Lisbon International Airport (ANA) is located at 8 km from Universidade NOVA de Lisboa. A fast and inexpensive way to get from the airport to the city center is the metro (subway).

The nearest metro station to NOVA IMS is São Sebastião (blue line).


How to get from the airport to the center?


Currently, the network consists of 4 lines, blue, yellow, green and red. The red line gives access to Lisbon Airport, which has a station that connects to the city center. It is a quick and economical way to get around, and to get to know the metro stations - each with its own theme and decoration.


There are several buses that stop at the airport's arrival terminal, which go to different areas of the city. However, please note that on these buses only luggage with a maximum size of 50x40x20cm is allowed. If your luggage is larger, you must opt for the specific airport buses (Aerobus and Airport Shuttle).


With frequent departures from the airport, this bus ensures the connection between the main points of the city, the bus station of Sete Rios and the railway of Entrecampos, Cais do Sodré, Areeiro-Martim Moniz and the two terminals of Lisbons Airport (Terminal 1 and 2) .There are stops, located next to the main hotels in the city, and on digital information panels the time of passage is updated to the minute.


Gare do Oriente is Lisbon's main train station, where you can catch trains for all areas of the country. It’s 10 minutes by Metro (Oriente station) and a little more by bus (No. 208, No. 705, No. 744) from the airport.


Taxis are always available at the airport, usually lined up at the departure and arrival terminals. This is the most expensive way of transportation, however, considering that the city center is very close, this is still a very affordable transportation option, even with the fee for transporting luggage and / or pets, that the driver can charge you separately.