Fertagus lisboa setúbal

fertagus lisboa setúbal

Where does Fertagus start and end in Lisbon?

Its location, right in the center of the city, lets passengers quickly reach any destination, be it the park, stadium, hospital, port, downtown and the pier boats to Troia depart from. This is where Fertagus service on the southern bank of the greater Lisbon area begins and ends.

How to get from Lisbon to Setúbal?

The best way to get from Lisbon to Setúbal is to train which takes 49 min and costs €3 - €5. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs €6 - €9 and takes 50 min.

What is Fertagus?

FERTAGUS is a first private operator that ensures the management and commercial operation of a railway line, from Setúbal to Lisboa (Roma-Areeiro station). Along the way, FERTAGUS currently manages 14 stations on a line extension of approximately 54 km.

What is Setúbal known for?

Setúbal is a city and a municipality in Portugal. The population in 2014 was 118,166, occupying an area of 230.33 km². The city proper had 89,303 inhabitants in 2001. It lies within the Lisbon metropolitan area. - Wikipedia Castelo de Palmela is a castle in Portugal. It is classified as a National Monument.

Where are the Fertagus stations in Lisbon?

The Fertagus network has four stations in Lisbon at Roma-Areeiro, Entrecampos, Sete Rios and Campolide. Roma-Areeiro, Entrecampos and Sete Rios are all stations on the Lisbon metro and have extensive bus connections to other areas of Lisbon.

What is the Fertagus line?

Fertagus is a private commuter rail network connecting Lisbon with Setúbal south over the River Tagus on the Ponte 25 de Abril Bridge. The Fertagus line extends 54 km with 14 stations.

How to get to Sulfertagus in Portugal?

Fertagus also operates Sulfertagus, a fleet of buses running out of the following stations south of the River Tagus: Pragal, Corroios, Foros de Amora, Fogueteiro, and Coina. Bus 1P runs from Pragal to Sobreda. Bus 1 C runs from Corroios to Charneca de Caparica. Bus 2 C runs from Corroios to Larenjeiro. Bus 3 C runs from Corroios to Bento Gonçalves.

Who are the shareholders of Fertagus?

The French company, Vivendi, the Portuguese bus company, Barraqueiro, and the bank, Caixa Geral de Depósitos, are major shareholders in Fertagus. Vivendi are also owners of the Lisbon suburban bus operator, Barraqueiro.

What is the Fertagus line?

Fertagus is a private commuter rail network connecting Lisbon with Setúbal south over the River Tagus on the Ponte 25 de Abril Bridge. The Fertagus line extends 54 km with 14 stations.

Where are the Fertagus stations in Lisbon?

The Fertagus network has four stations in Lisbon at Roma-Areeiro, Entrecampos, Sete Rios and Campolide. Roma-Areeiro, Entrecampos and Sete Rios are all stations on the Lisbon metro and have extensive bus connections to other areas of Lisbon.

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Is the personal data collected by Fertagus mandatory?

Some of the personal data collected on the website is mandatory and, in case of lack or insufficiency of such data, Fertagus may not be able to provide you with the services or information requested. In each case, Fertagus will inform you of the mandatory nature of the provision of the personal data in question.

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