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There are ticketing machines located at the train or metro stations, which also provide instructions in English. You can also buy the ticket from the driver or machines on board (the latter only available in some new trams). Tickets purchased from a driver will not include a Viva Viagem card, and will cost more (€1.80 for bus and €2.85 for trams instead of €1.25 if you use the rechargeable card), so it makes more sense to buy the ticket before starting the trip.
When using suburban trains, your tickets are charged onto the same kind of Viva Viagem cards. You cannot have more than one kind of ticket on one card, however, so you will probably need at least two of them, one for zapping (regular bus and metro use), one for suburban travel. The TransTejo (TT) ferries can make you buy yet another “Via Viagem” card with white stripe in the bottom, claiming that CP or Carris “Via Viagem” cards are not valid for them.
If you plan to be in Lisbon for an extended time (1 week and more), you can purchase an unlimited pass that covers buses, metro, and funiculars at the Carris station in Santo Amaro, or at the Metro stations Alameda, Marques do Pombal and Campo Grande. It’s €12 for the Lisboa Viva card, plus €29 for a one-month unlimited pass. Bring a photo ID (passport) and cash.
Cycling within the city is now much easier because of the work the municipality has been putting in with bike lanes, slowing car traffic, changing car traffic patterns and adding speed bumps, etc, but of course parts of the town will always be part of the surprisingly hilly outlet of Lisbon. If you plan to cycle these, some of these streets do have tram lines, potholes and an absence of designated bicycle lanes, so visitors wishing to venture into city traffic by bicycle should be used to urban riding . Riding on the footpath is not recommended. It is advisable to get advice at local bike shops.
Although better than in recent years there are still bike lanes in town the newest, nice and safe stretches from Baixa to Belem along the beautiful river Tejo water front aptly known as the Poetry Bike Lane.
These days car drivers are often weekend cyclists and way more careful with cyclists, more than ever before. Good spots for anyone to cycle safe are along the flat river-front area stretching from Parque das Nacoes, to the central area of Cais Sodre, where you can rent bikes look below for bike Iberia, and particularly from here to Belem. Must do for all travellers or cycling enthusiasts: A scenic and safe bike ride on bike lane from Baixa along waterfront to the historical area of Descobertas-Belem-Jeronimos.
Just outside of Lisbon – you can travel with a bike on trains or ferries – along the coast from Estoril towards the beautiful beach of Guincho, reach Sintra, Cascais or Costa da Caparica. Although there are some bikes for free use in Cascais they often in poor condition and are limited offer. If travelling from Lisbon (and back) you should consider renting a bike before going as there are no restrictions, nor additional charges, on travelling with bicycles on commuting trains.
If you take a bicycle on public transport beware of the following:
Metro: During working days you are allowed to carry bicycles in the metro only after 20:00. On weekends, it’s allowed and it’s free of charge. Commuting trains: You are allowed to carry bicycles in the trains for free, everyday of the week just be reasonable and avoid rush hour passenger patterns. Ferries: Bicycles travel for free, you are allowed but there are strict limitations on the number of bikes allowed depending on ferry lines and ferry boat type, arrive early and you shall avoid disappointment. Bike Buses: There are 6 lines of the public bus company “Carris” in which you can put your bike inside. Up to 4 bicycles per bus can be carried.
Bike shops in Lisbon town centre are rare. You can find a SportZone near Rossio or in major shopping malls. Ask there for specialist shops, shop assistants are usually very helpful.
For guided bike the sights in Lisbon, Sintra, Arrabida or Cascais, and bike rentals, you can always check out Bike Iberia ? +351 96 963 0369, located in Baixa-downtown, next to Cais Sodre and the Praca Comercio square; they are professional, friendly and very helpful on providing Lisbon Bike Tours, bike rentals with delivery to your hotel doorstep, touring equipment, mountain biking gear, very family friendly and native insider’s knowledge.
By scooter, moped or motorbike Edit.
Riding a scooter is always a great and affordable way to get around Lisbon, one of the “must do” things. You may also venture into beaches, riding around Caparica, Cascais, Sintra or Cabo da Roca. Also the only way to cross over the bridges in Lisbon on two wheels.
Quality scooters are available for renting at affordable prices (you need to be at least 18, have your passport and a valid driving licence). Riding around is generally safe, relaxed and lots of fun!
Companies operating in Lisbon include Scooter Lisbon ? +351 96 963 0369) located in Lisbon’s city centre right off the train station of Cais Sodre (end of the line from Cascais train station) on Largo Corpo Santo, 5. They’re open Monday to Sunday from 09:30am offering quality 125cc vehicles with automatic transmission. Check with them for Scooter Guided Tours or Rentals from only a few hours to multi day rentals.

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