Second Workshop on Early Language
in NEUROdevelopmental Disorders


Lisbon, August 29, 2022


Getting to Lisbon

There are direct flights to Lisbon international airport from all major European cities, as well as the US, South America, China and Africa. The airport is less than 10 minutes away from the University campus by car, and around 15 minutes by public transportation (there is a connection between the airport and the university campus by underground). The airport is also served by many bus lines, and dedicated shuttle buses also link the airport and the city (including most hotels, as well as the city center).

By air

  • Lisbon Airport: Aeroporto Humberto Delgado (IATA code: LIS)
  • There are two other options for traveling to Lisbon by plane: 
  • From Porto Aeroporto Francisco Sá Carneiro (IATA code: OPO), take the subway to Campanhã station and take the High-speed rail directly to Lisbon (Oriente station)
  • From Faro Aeroporto Internacional de Faro (IATA code: FAO), take a taxi service to Faro train station and take the High-speed rail directly to Lisbon (Oriente station)

By rail

The nearest CP - Comboios de Portugal stations to University campus are: from Porto - Santa Apolónia or Oriente -, and from Faro: - Entre Campos or Oriente. From there, it is necessary to take a bus, metro or taxi (see Local information to getting around Lisbon).

Within Lisbon
Public transportation (buses, trams, underground), together with e-scoter, e-bike, uber and taxi services, makes traveling within the city quite easy. The average ticket cost is between €1,50-€2,00 (underground and bus).

By underground
Website: (journey planner using Metro here)

By bus or tram
Website: (journey planner using bus here)

By e-scotter


By e-bike




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