Lisbon is a nice city to walk and it is well served by a public transportation network that includes subway, busses and tramway. If you want to visit the outskirts, you can catch a train or a boat, depending on where you want to go. Taxis are cheap and there are other companies such as Uber and Cabify. Bike sharing is growing, and you can rent a bike via Gira or Uber.

For information on how to go to the conferenece venue, please check the venue page in this website.

To go to and from the airport you have several options.

SUBWAY | The Lisbon Airport has a Metro (subway) station with a direct line to the city centre. The ‘Aeroporto – Saldanha’ line takes you to downtown Lisbon in about 20 minutes.

You’ll have to purchase the ‘7 Colinas’ / ‘Viva Viagem’ electronic travel card, which you can then top up with balance for your journeys and can be used both for the Metro and for Carris (bus and tramway network)

7 Colinas / Viva Viagem electronic card: €0.50 

Single Fare Price: €1.45

Network Pass: €6.30

AEROBUS | With frequent departures from the airport, this bus provides a link between the main city points, the Sete Rios bus terminal, the Entrecampos railway terminal, Cais do Sodré, Areeiro-Martim Moniz and the two terminals at the Lisbon Airport (1 and 2). It stops near the city’s main hotels and digital panels at each stop provide information updated every minute.

One-way ticket: 24h Aerobus Pass
Adults: €3.60, Children (ages 4 to 10): €2.00

Return Ticket: 2 X 24h Aerobus Pass
Adults: €5.40, Children (ages 4 to 10): €3.00

The 24h Aerobus Pass can be purchased on board, online, at, or at the Turismo de Lisboa counters, in arrivals. The ticket is valid for 24 hours of unlimited journeys in the Aerobus network.

TAXI | Depending on traffic, the journey to the city centre is quick, costing between 10 and 20 euros, including luggage fees. If you choose this mean of transportation, make sure the meter is turned on at the beginning of the journey and always ask for a receipt/invoice.