Lisboa Card - Your Password to the City - is, in fact, the easiest and most convenient way of getting to know Lisbon, in an autonomous way. It is a card which, in general terms, allows free and unlimited travel Carris buses, trams and funiculars, underground, as well as on CP train lines Rossio»Sintra»Rossio and Cais do Sodré»Cascais»Cais do Sodré and free admission on 26 museums, historic buildings and many other places of interest.
The Lisboa Card is available at Turismo de Lisboa booths, located at Lisbon Airport - Arrival Hall, Palácio Foz (Praça dos Restauradores), Lisboa Welcome Center (Praça do comércio), Stª Apolónia International Railway Station or at Rua Augusta and Belém Kiosks.
Lisboa Restaurant Card is valid for 72 hours, which offers discounts around 30 restaurants, from 10% to 20% per meal.
Lisboa Restaurant Card can be purchased at Tourism Offices and is available as single, double and family (two adults and two children until 14 years old)
The Lisboa Shopping Card is a great way to save while visiting Lisboa, valid for either 24 or 72 hours, which provides discounts to all Lisboa visitors.
The Shopping Card is accepted at over 200 member shops in Baixa, Chiado and Avenida da Liberdade.
For discounts between 5% and 15% simply buy the card at any Tourist Office and validate it before your first purchase.
The please your whims and save!
Official room booking in the hotels of Lisbon and surrounding area.
On sale at Airport-Arrivals, Lisboa Welcome Centre, Stª Apolónia Station and Palácio Foz.
tels: +351 218 450 660 | +351 210 312 810 +351 218 821 606 | +351 213 463 314
Service at the Lisboa Airport - courtesy, friendliness, and safe driving. This service is available to passengers arriving at Lisboa Airport who wish to travel by taxi. The service operates with vouchers on sale at the Turismo de Lisboa counter, located in the Arrivals Hall. The price of the voucher depends on the distance of the trip and on the type of service required: normal or personalized (in the former, the driver is trained to speak foreign languages and acts as tourist guide).
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