Santa apolonia train station

santa apolonia train station

Where is the Santa Apolónia station?

/  38.71361°N 9.123167°W  / 38.71361; -9.123167 The Santa Apolónia Station is the oldest railway terminus in Portugal. Situated in the civil parish of São Vicente, in the central part of the municipality of Lisbon, on the northern margin of the Tagus River in the historical district of Alfama .

How much is the Santa Apolónia metro station in Lisbon?

Santa Apolónia metro station is open from 6:30am to 1:00am and a single fare costs €1.50 (which is charged to Viva Viagem card). Related articles: Lisbon metro guide. Santa Apolónia is the departure location for intercity train services head to the north of Portugal (Coimbra, Aveiro, Porto, Braga and Guimarães).

Do the express trains go through Santa Apolonia?

The express train services to the south of Portugal (Faro and the Algarve) do not pass through the Santa Apolonia station; these services depart from the Estação do Oriente. Express trains to the north of Portugal (mostly) depart from Santa Apolonia and then go through Estação do Oriente on the way northwards. Estação do Oriente or Santa Apolonia?

When was the Estação de Santa Apolonia built?

The Estação de Santa Apolonia was inaugurated on May 1 of 1865, and direct train services to Madrid and the rest of Portugal soon followed. The plans to connect Europe with American were never finalised, but the deep docks are in use today, as cruise ships bound for the Mediterranean make a first stop in Lisbon.

Where is Santa Apolónia?

Santa Apolónia is situated in the Alfama district of Lisbon near the River Tagus. Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses (CP) trains run from here to both Paris and Madrid, including the high-speed Alfa Pendular service.

Where do the train services depart from Santa Apolonia station?

The express train services to the south of Portugal (Faro and the Algarve) do not pass through the Santa Apolonia station; these services depart from the Estação do Oriente. Express trains to the north of Portugal (mostly) depart from Santa Apolonia and then go through Estação do Oriente on the way northwards.

How much is the Santa Apolónia metro station in Lisbon?

Santa Apolónia metro station is open from 6:30am to 1:00am and a single fare costs €1.50 (which is charged to Viva Viagem card). Related articles: Lisbon metro guide. Santa Apolónia is the departure location for intercity train services head to the north of Portugal (Coimbra, Aveiro, Porto, Braga and Guimarães).

When was the Estação de Santa Apolonia built?

The Estação de Santa Apolonia was inaugurated on May 1 of 1865, and direct train services to Madrid and the rest of Portugal soon followed. The plans to connect Europe with American were never finalised, but the deep docks are in use today, as cruise ships bound for the Mediterranean make a first stop in Lisbon.

Where do the train services depart from Santa Apolonia station?

The express train services to the south of Portugal (Faro and the Algarve) do not pass through the Santa Apolonia station; these services depart from the Estação do Oriente. Express trains to the north of Portugal (mostly) depart from Santa Apolonia and then go through Estação do Oriente on the way northwards.

What is Santa Apolónia and how to get there?

Santa Apolónia is the departure location for intercity train services that head to the north of Portugal, such as Coimbra, Aveiro, Porto, Braga and Guimarães. These trains are operated by Comboios de Portugal (CP), the national train operator of Portugal.

How much is the Santa Apolónia metro station in Lisbon?

Santa Apolónia metro station is open from 6:30am to 1:00am and a single fare costs €1.50 (which is charged to Viva Viagem card). Related articles: Lisbon metro guide. Santa Apolónia is the departure location for intercity train services head to the north of Portugal (Coimbra, Aveiro, Porto, Braga and Guimarães).

How to get from Epic Sana to Santa Apolónia?

The train transfers are free (ie you don´t pay any extra) however since the Epic Sana is over two miles from Santa Apolónia taking a taxi to there or Oriente, whichever is most convenient for the train you have reserved, would be something to consider, otherwise you would be huffing and puffing around the Lisbon Metro (subway) system.

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