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 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.

Is there a metro system in Portugal?

Metros in Portugal: Porto Metro. Porto has a light rail metropolitan transit system that mostly resembles a tram. However, it can be distinguished by the exclusive routes it serves and the streets solely accessible by its vehicles. The system serves seven of the metropolitan’s municipalities.

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.

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).

Which Portuguese city has the best metro system?

Lisbon and Porto are the only Portuguese cities with a metro system. Both networks are clean, safe, and efficient. Lisbon’s metro has four lines and 52 metro stations – 31 of which provide full accessibility with escalators and lifts. The network in Porto has six lines is the best way to get to the airport.

Is there a Metro in Lisbon?

Information: The metro covers the eastern and northern sections of Lisbon, but there are no services to the west. If you want to visit the Belem district, then the tram is the best option. There are two fare zones for Lisbons metro, but all of the main tourist areas and the airport are within zone 1.

How many metropolitan areas are there in Portugal?

Since the 2013 local government reform, there are two metropolitan areas: Lisbon and Porto. The metropolitan areas of Lisbon and Porto were created in 1991.

How many lines does the Porto Metro have?

Porto metro operates with 6 lines distributed across the city, making sure it covers its most important points (not only for tourists but also for the people who live in the city, who use the metro a lot to work and to get home – see this guide for tips about living in Porto ).

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