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How do I get to Belém?

It reaches Belém in seven minutes, and the MAAT is just steps from the station. Bus 714 and tram 15, both departing from Praça da Figueira, also go to Belém, but are always crowded and much slower than the train. If you’re already in Belém, take the footbridge from the Coaches Museum.

How to get from Cais do Sodré to Belém?

Take the Cascais train from Cais do Sodré Station, which departs every 20 minutes. It reaches Belém in seven minutes, and the MAAT is just steps from the station. Bus 714 and tram 15, both departing from Praça da Figueira, also go to Belém, but are always crowded and much slower than the train.

How to get from Figueira to Belém?

Bus 714 and tram 15, both departing from Praça da Figueira, also go to Belém, but are always crowded and much slower than the train. If you’re already in Belém, take the footbridge from the Coaches Museum. The MAAT also has its own footbridge, found down the street -- on Rua da Junqueira, turn to Largo do Marquês de Angeja.

How to get to Belém in Lisbon?

If your time in Lisbon is limited and you are in a hurry, taking an Uber can be an effective solution to get to Belém. It is certainly not typical or charming but it is the quickest and often economical way to get there. We recommend that you use Uber when you are more than 2.

How to get from Cais do Sodré to Belém?

There are also buses to Belém, but they’re just as slow as the tram. You can take number 714 that departs from Praça da Figueira, hop on the 728 that stops outside the Cais do Sodré train station, or on the 727 on Rua Braamcamp by the Marquês de Pombal traffic circle.

How to get to Belém from Figueira?

Most people, however, still go to Belém by tram ( number 15 ), which departs from Praça da Figueira and passes by Praça do Comércio. It’s a big modern tram that makes several stops along the riverfront, and reaches Belém in about a half hour.

How to get to Belém?

First of all, public transport to get to Belém is mostly saturated, with sometimes overlong waits at stops, bus and tram crowded (imagined the ordeal in summer) and a cost that can be excessive. For example, the tram ticket costs 3 euros on board (less if you take the Lisboa Card) which can quickly become expensive for a group of 3-4 people.

How to get to Belém in Dada Boa Hora by bus or train?

Da Boa Hora. You can also get to Belém by Bus or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: 714, 727, 728, 751 Train: CAIS DO SODRÉ - CASCAIS, CAIS DO SODRÉ - OEIRAS (DU), OEIRAS - CAIS DO SODRÉ (DU)

How to get from Cais do Sodré to Belém?

There are also buses to Belém, but they’re just as slow as the tram. You can take number 714 that departs from Praça da Figueira, hop on the 728 that stops outside the Cais do Sodré train station, or on the 727 on Rua Braamcamp by the Marquês de Pombal traffic circle.

How much does it cost to travel from Lisbon to Belém?

When you estimate for a ride from the Lisbon center to Belém, the average price is around 6 euros (photo above) whereas if you would have taken public transport with a ticket at 3 euros per person or 6 euros in total, you get by for the same price.

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