Lisbon Santa Apolonia Train Station

Lisbon Santa Apolonia Train Station is a train station located in Lisbon. Keep in mind that some larger cities can have more than one station.

Getting there

You can get to Lisbon Santa Apolonia Train Station from Porto, Lisbon and Braga. Best price and travel duration below.
From Porto
From Braga
From Coimbra
From Entroncamento

Station / Airport guide

Lisbon’s Santa Apolonia station (Lisboa Santa Apolonia) opened in 1865 and is the oldest railway terminal in Lisbon. Situated on the bank of the Tagus River in the historical district of Alfama of Lisbon, this station is the starting point for most international trains, and where they end their journeys in the Portuguese capital.

Tourist Office :
There is an information desk at the station
Baggage :
Luggage storage & coin-operated lockers
Cost : 4 € for up to 48 hours
Currency exchange/ATM :
At the station
Hours : 24 hours
Places to eat near the Station :
Bica do Sapato, restaurant
DeliDelux, cafe and cafeteria

Transportation and connections

Transportation from the Lisbon Santa Apolonia Train Station to other train stations :

Local services to Lisbon’s Oriente Station on the Azambuja rail line

Metro :

Blue line (Linha Azul)

Bus :

Lines 9, 46, and 59 to downtown Lisbon

Cities commonly traveled to from this station :


Trains that use this station :


Station location

Address: R. dos Caminhos de Ferro 4 1100 Lisbonne