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Rua Tomás Ribeiro, 115
1050-228 Lisboa - Portugal
Latitude: 38º43'55.77''N Longitude: 9º09'02.76''W
The city of Lisbon lies in the central coastal area of Portugal.
As the capital city, and also the biggest portuguese city, Lisbon boasts an international airport, making it extremely easy to arrive here from any part of the world. The main national and international airline companies fly from and into Lisbon.
For those travelling by train, Lisbon has two main train stations which take in national and international train lines. The Gare do Oriente station which lies, as the name suggests, in the western area of the city (Parque das Nações) and Santa Apolónia station which is found near the Alfama district in the historic centre of the city.
To get to Lisbon by road, journeying from the south, the main access to the capital is via the A2 SUL motorway. Coming from the north, access is via A1 NORTE motorway and the A8 motorway. For those who prefer a more leisurely-paced and economical journey, the network of national roads which link Lisbon to the rest of the country can be used.
In its capacity as a port city, Lisbon is served by various infrastructures ready to receive cruise ships and pleasure boats.
|City Center - 500m |
|Train Station - 500m |
|Bus Station - 50m |
|Lisbon International Airport - 7Km |
|Hospital / Health Centre - 150m |
|Bank - 50m |
|Pharmacy - 30m |
|Police Station - 100m |
|Post Office - 50m |
|Tourism Office - 800m |
|Public Phone - 50m |
|Bars and Discos - 1Km |
|Marina | Recreation Wharf - 2Km |
|Historic Area - 1Km |
|Shopping Center El Corte Inglés - 50m |
|Casino Estoril - 20Km |
|Golf - 10Km |