Parque das Nações benefits from a prime location. It is easy to reach thanks to the major roads that lead in to the east side of Lisbon, such as the CRIL, the Vasco da Gama Bridge and the Norte-Sul axis, and the excellent modern infrastructures, such as the ferry terminal and Gare do Oriente, the public transportation network, Metro, CP, Carris, taxis, long-haul buses and the direct link (5 minutes) to Lisbon’s International Airport.


Come on the metro. Go back on the bus.
Metro Red Line Station: Lisbon Oriente


Gare do Oriente is the biggest mobility interface in Lisbon. Who arrives in Lisbon by train – either from north or south – can use the station “Lisbon-Oriente”. Timetables and prices for Alfa Pendular (speed train), suburban trains or Intercidades here:


Regular buses at Oriente Station: 400, 705, 708, 725, 728, 744, 750, 759, 782, 794
Night buses: 208, 210
Gare do Oriente, in Parque das Nações, has a bus terminal where connections are
made between national and international journeys. You can find all the buses that
stop at Gare do Oriente here.
The Express Line (Rede Expressos) also guarantees direct connections with Lisbon
(Sete Rios’ Terminal) from the most important portuguese cities. Scehdules and all
the necessary info here.


Parque das Nações offers a wide array of parking lots. Please consult the following
map here

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