Aveiro
272 km
Lisbon
Departure station:
Aveiro
R. do Dr. João de Moura 2, Aveiro, Portugal
Arrival station:
Av. Dom João II, 1990, Lisbon, Portugal
1050-065, Lisbon, Portugal
Av. Infante Dom Henrique 1, 1100-105, Lisbon, Portugal
1500-561, Lisbon, Portugal
Brand name
Train type
Travel time
Price from
Departures
Rating
CP
CP
Comboio com 1 transbordo
3 hrs 6 min
$28
3
90.00%
CP
CP
Comboio com 2 transbordos
4 hrs 27 min
$34
4
90.00%
Alta velocidade
2 hrs 1 min
$27
8
92.36%
Alta velocidade
2 hrs 20 min
$25
7
91.19%
CP
Intercidades
Alta velocidade
2 hrs 20 min
$25
1
90.00%
CP
CP
Comboio directo regular
3 hrs 50 min
$34
1
90.00%

Traveling on Aveiro to Lisbon high-speed train provides a perfect opportunity to watch breathtaking Portuguese scenery. Afla Pendular high-speed train, operated by Portuguese Railways, covers the distance of 272 km (169 mi) only in 2 hours, offering the fastest and most comfortable way to travel between the two cities. For travelers’ convenience, there are also InterCity and Intercidades express trains that carry you to Lisbon in just 2.5 hours, making them a good alternative to a high-speed train. All the trains boast comfortable seats, power sockets, audio and video channels as well as WC’s and a cafeteria together with a minibar. In total, there are up to 18 departures. Check the detailed train schedule and book your Aveiro to Lisbon train tickets with Rail Ninja!
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Timetable & Train information

Lowest train ticket cost:
$25
Departures:
24
Earliest departure:
02:00
Latest departure:
21:21
Shortest travel time:
2 hrs 1 min
Longest travel time:
5 hrs 21 min

Aveiro to Lisbon Train Review & Rating

Extremely smooth ride and breathtaking landscapes, the best way to travel across Portugal

Jessica G. about traveling from Aveiro to Lisbon