Fly to Portugal and land at one of the five international international airports that can be found in Lisbon (LIS), Porto (OPO), Faro (FAO), Madeira (FNC) and Ponta Delgada (PDL) in the Azores.
Traveling by train can be a little faster than bus but it is often more expensive and has less frequent schedules. Entroncamento is the main railway junction of the country, all trains make a stop here in between destinations. Try to book tickets atleast 5 days in advance to get an early booking discount of 40% with Intercidades trains.
If you’re trying to get to a destination off the beaten path, you may have to take a bus. You can rely on regional bus companies to get you where you need to go or travel with Rede Expressos, the largest intercity bus company.
In the two largest cities of Portugal, Lisbon and Porto, you can travel with the light railway and subway which are modern, comfortable and have airconditiong. As well you can explore theses cities and Sintra by tramway.
Travel from North to South on Portugal’s main roads which are well maintained. In Portugal, everyone drives on the right hand side of the road and tourists can use their foreign license for up to six months
Spot a taxi by their green or beige roofs or wait at a taxi stand in major cities if you want to catch a ride. You can also call an Uber or a ride with Bolt.