Tst setúbal

tst setúbal

Where is Setubal located?

Setúbal (pronounced shtoo-bal) is located around 50 km south of Lisbon and is today a major port and industrial center - without an overly industrial feel. Setúbals most famous site is the amazing Igreja de Jesus (open 9 am-1 pm; 2-5 pm; Tues-Sun).

Where are the bus stations in Setubal?

Setúbal, a pleasant town south of Lisbon, has two main hubs for local and long-distance buses. These are the main bus station (Terminal Rodoviário TST) near Praça do Quebedo Station and Setúbal Station on both the Fertagus line from Roma-Areeiro and Entrecampos and the Sado Line (Linha de Sado) to Barreiro.

What is the difference between Setubal and Sesimbra bus station?

Sesimbra bus station is much smaller than Setubal and is an open-air bus station with a few bus bays. Sesimbra bus station is located on the main Avenida da Liberdade road, approximately 350m from the beach, (GPS: 38.44580, -9.09983).

How to get from Setubal to Outubro?

The 230 bus service departs from Setubal bus station, which is on the Avenida 5 de Outubro, in central Setubal (GPS: 38.52537, -8.88921). Setubal bus station is a grim and dated complex, which overdoes the concrete effect, luckily there are cafes outside.

Where is Setúbal in Portugal?

Where’s Setúbal in Portugal? Setúbal is located just 32km south of Lisbon and the best part is that it’s only one train ride away too, with trains departing from Roma-Areeiro station in Lisbon (passing by Entrecampos, Sete Rios and Campolide stations) to Setúbal.

How do I get to Setúbal?

Setúbal is located just 32km south of Lisbon and the best part is that it’s only one train ride away too, with trains departing from Roma-Areeiro station in Lisbon (passing by Entrecampos, Sete Rios and Campolide stations) to Setúbal.

What does Setubal mean in English?

Setúbal (/səˈtuːbəl/, also US: /-bɑːl/, Portuguese: [sɨˈtuβal, -βɐl] (listen); Proto-Celtic: *Caetobrix) is a city and a municipality in Portugal.

When did Setubal become a city?

In the 19th century, the port was called Saint Ubes in English, and Saint-Yves in French. The municipal holiday is 15 September, which marks the date in 1860 when King Pedro V of Portugal officially recognised Setúbal as a city.

How do I get from Setúbal to Sesimbra?

The distance between Setúbal and Sesimbra is 21 km. The road distance is 28.4 km. How do I travel from Setúbal to Sesimbra without a car? The best way to get from Setúbal to Sesimbra without a car is to bus which takes 54 min and costs €4 - €6. How long does it take to get from Setúbal to Sesimbra?

Where is the bus station in Sesimbra?

Sesimbra bus station is located on the main Avenida da Liberdade road, approximately 350m from the beach, (GPS: 38.44580, -9.09983). Sesimbra does not have the same number of intercity buses as Setubal and most bus departures are local or to Lisbon.

What is Setubal bus station like?

Setubal bus station is a grim and dated complex, which overdoes the concrete effect, luckily there are cafes outside. The actual departure location of the Sesimbra bus may be outside, as the bus bays are given preference to the intercity services.

Is there a train from Lisbon to Sesimbra?

There is no direct train to Sesimbra; there is a railway from Lisbon to Setubal, and then a regional bus from Setubal to Sesimbra, but this long route is impractical.

The fastest way to get from Setúbal to Sol Tróia is to car ferry which takes 25 min and costs €7 - €18. Is there a direct ferry between Setúbal and Sol Tróia?

What to do in Setubal harbour?

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