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Turistic Itinerary

If there are Portuguese cities well served by road and rail are, Lisbon and Setúbal. The trip from Lisbon or Setubal is convenient and fast, having, also, the additional attraction of crossing the 25th of April Bridge, with a wonderful view over Lisbon and the Tejo estuary. Once arriving at any one of the cities there are a lot of things to see. Streets and towns, museums, exhibitions, gardens, parks, a vast cultural and environmental heritage to discover. Come with Fertagus and discover the historical, environmental and cultural patrimony that are right next to you in every season!


Carmo Archaeological Museum

The church of the Convent of Our Lady of the Maturity of Mount Carmo was founded in 1389 to commemorate the portuguese victory at the Aljubarrota Battle. The building conserve primitive elements, a false ruin and an espólio. It´s open to the public from 10a.m. to 6p.m. (October to May) and from 10a.m. to 7p.m. (June to September), features a bookstore/gift shop, a library, an auditorium with 50 seats and offers educational services.

  • Metropolitan – Green Line to “Rossio” – 13 minutes and Walking - 10 minutes


Portela Airport is the largest portuguese airport with the highest volume of passenger traffic. It is open every day of the week (24 hours), has two terminals (T1 and T2), two commercial areas (46 shops and 31 restaurants) and services for people with reduced mobility.

  • Taxi - 10 minutes

  • Metropolitan – Green Line to “Alameda” and Red Line to “Aeroporto” – 20 minutes

  • Carris - Bus 705 – 11 minutes

Castle of S. Jorge

It is a national monument that was once an medieval royal residence, has a fort with eleven towers, an archaeological museum, a periscope and an belvedere. It´s open to the public from 9a.m. to 6p.m. (November 1 to February 28) and from 9a.m. to 8p.m. (March1 to October 31), holds two catering areas, two souvenir shops and offers activity programs.

  • Metropolitan – Green Line to “Rossio” – 13 minutes and Carris - Bus 737 – 5 minutes

Ribeira´s Market

It is a market of food products and non-food products which is open from 6a.m. to 7p.m., and on Saturdays also are held exhibitions of various products (crafts, arts, books and antiques) from 9a.m. to 5p.m. and on Sundays is held the "Collection´s Market " (philately´s objects, numismatics and medals) from 9a.m. to 1p.m.

  • Metropolitan – Green Line to “Cais do Sodré” – 15 minutes and Walking - 1 minute

Puppet Museum

The Museum was created in 1987 by the S. Lawrence Puppet Company which was dedicated to the realization of traveling shows across the country and at foreign countries. It is dedicated to the collection, maintenance, conservation, research, exhibition and puppet divulgation, its history and puppet theatre. The opening hours are from 10a.m. to 1p.m. and from 2p.m. to 6p.m. (tuesday to sunday), provides facilitated access for disabled users, has a library, a cultural agenda, a souvenir shop, a restaurant, provide event spaces and offers educational services.

  • Metropolitan - Green Line to “Cais do Sodré” – 15 minutes and Walking - 20 minutes

Nations Park

It is an area which owes its name to the World Exhibition Expo, held in this location in 1998. The park has a marina, shopping areas, dining areas, green spaces, a cable car and offers a range of accommodation. You can see works of urban art, go to the Lisbon Casino, the Knowledge Pavilion, Atlantic Pavilion, Vasco da Gama Tower, Lisbon Oceanarium and the Oriente Gare.

  • Metropolitan - Green Line to “Alameda” and Red Line to “Oriente” – 22 minutes

  • Carris - Bus 705 – 30 minutes

Figueira´s Square

Before the 1755 earthquake was the site of the Hospital of Every-Saints and after its reconstruction has become the city's main market. Currently, there are buildings occupied by hotels, shopping areas and eateries, being emphasized the outside statue of D. João I.

  • Metropolitan - Green Line to “Rossio” – 13 minutes and Walking - 2 minutes

Lisbon Cathedral (Church of Santa Maria Maggiore)

It was built in 1150 on the site of a mosque under the orders of D. Afonso Henriques after conquering Lisbon from the Moors to give to the first bishop of Lisbon. Its architecture resulted from a mixture of styles, you can visit the Chapel of S. Bartholomeu, the Sacred Chapel of the Lisbon Cathedral, three musical instruments, royal tombs, roman archaeological signs and a treasure consisting of a silver collection , ecclesiastical costumes, statues, manuscripts and relics associated with S. Vicente. The visit is free except for the cloister and treasure and is open from 9a.m. to 7p.m.

  • Metropolitan - Green Line to “Baixa-Chiado” – 14 minutes and Carris - Bus 28E – 9 minutes

D. Maria II National Theatre

It was built in 1846 during the celebrations of the 27th anniversary of D. Maria II. Has a cultural agenda with their theatre plays, a bookstore, a library with files of theatre plays previously produced, offers guided tours, educational activities, educational materials, services for spectators with reduced mobility and provide spaces for events. Its open to the public from 2p.m. to 7p.m. (tuesday and sunday) and from 2p.m. to 10.p.m. (Wednesday to Saturday).

  • Metropolitan - Green Line to “Rossio” – 13 minutes and Walking - 3 minutes

S.Carlos National Theatre

It was opened in 1793 by D. Maria I to replace the Theatre "Opera of Tejo", being the only national theatre designed for the production and presentation of opera and symphonic and choral music. It consists of a Main Room (target of lyrical productions, symphony concerts and ballets), the Noble Room (location that receives concerts, readings and intimate opera presentations) and the Foyer (where are made chamber and recitals concerts). The hours of operation are from 1p.m. to 7p.m., has a historic center, exhibitions, educational services and offers guided tours. Receive meetings, conferences, master classes, courses, concerts to/for schools and families, among other cultural proposals.

  • Metropolitan - Green Line to “Baixa-Chiado” – 14 minutes and Walking - 10 minutes