You can pay cash or use your credit card. You can easily buy and charge the Andante card in the automatic machines. Once you are in a station it’s time for you to pick the direction you want to go.
How do I use my Andante card in Porto?
First, you need to purchase an Andante Card
You can use your Andante card in bus (STCP) and on some train trips as well, but not on the Guindais’ Funicular nor on the trams. Given what I explained before about how to use the metro of Porto, you buy your Andante card charged with the zone where your destination is.
How do I get from Porto Airport to Porto?
The quickest method is by taxi. The Porto airport taxi ride will take approximately 20 minutes into the city and cost around 23€. The airport also provides a quick journey via Metro, taking 25 minutes at a cheaper rate of 2.45€.
How do I get from Portos to Matosinhos?
Travel to Matosinhos beach from Porto. The town of Matosinhos is connected to the blue metro line and the beach is served by the Matosinhos Sul stop; from the metro stop it is a 5 minute walk to the beach. Matosinhos is in zone three of the metro network and a single ticket is €1.50, with a return of €3.00.
Can I use Viva Viagem card in Porto?
Just like Lisbon, Porto has its own transport and sightseeing cards: Andante and Porto Card. … An Andante card is a transport card designed for occasional travellers and visitors, similar to Lisbon’s Viva Viagem. You can use it to travel on metro, bus and commuter train in Greater Porto.
How do I get from Lisbon to Porto?
The best way to get from Porto to Lisbon is to train which takes 2h 53m and costs €23 – €35. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs €14 – €18 and takes 3h 30m, you could also fly, which costs €24 – €120 and takes 2h 40m.