Av. Dom João II, 1990, Lisbon, Portugal

The Gare do Oriente station is the main railway hub in scenic Lisbon and one of the most spectacular train stations in Portugal and in Europe. It was designed by the genius Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava, who's also designed the amazing Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro and the spectacular Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Texas. The station serves dozens of domestic and international routes and welcomes more than 75 million travelers every year. At night the station boasts a beautiful illumination, making Gare do Oriente look particularly magical.

Getting Around Lisbon's Gare do Oriente

If you want to admire the beautiful architecture of the Gare do Oriente train station for yourself as well as get an idea of what to expect when you get inside this amazing complex, check out this short video below.



What to Know About the Gare do Oriente Rail Station


Where is the Gare do Oriente in Lison?

The beautiful Gare do Oriente train station is nestled in the Parque das Nacoes district of Portugal's picturesque capital, not far from such famous Lisbon attractions as Pavilhao de Portugal, Lago das Tagides, and Pavilhao do Conhecimento.

How to get to the Gare do Oriente train station?

Lisbon's Oriente station is easily reachable via public transport. One of the most popular ways of traveling to the station is by the underground. On the lower level of the station complex, you can find the Oriente metro station, served by the red line of the Lisbon Metro.

What to find at the Gare do Oriente station?

Apart from its fairytale architecture, Gare do Oriente boasts a wide choice of in-house facilities and offers various services, making you stay as stress-free as possible. At the station, you can find several waiting areas, bathrooms, ticket offices, left luggage facilities as well as ATMs and a bank. Also, there is a cafe, book market, police station, as well as a shopping center on the premises.

Does Gare do Oriente have a first-class lounge?

Travelers who have Conforto or Gran Classe Preferente class tickets are welcome to take advantage of the CP Lounge at the Oriente station in Lisbon, offering comfortable seats, air-conditioning, TVs, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi, daily newspapers, and drinks.

Is there a direct train from Lisbon's Gare do Oriente to the airport?

Lisbon's main railway station is set only 2.5 km (1.6 mi) away from the Lisbon airport, called Humberto Delgado or Portela Airport, and you can travel there via metro in under 5 minutes.


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