How do you get from Lisbon to Nazare?

Buses are a safe and reliable option for traveling from Lisbon to Nazaré as often buses offer routes that are harder to reach—even by train! The distance between two cities is 81 miles. The bus trip takes approximately 3 hours. You will have 6 stops during your trip.

Does Nazare have a train station?

2 Valado–Nazaré–Alcobaça train station, Valado dos Frades . The train station nearest the town of Nazaré lies in an outlying village.

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How to get to Nazare?

  1. Take the highway A8 in Lisbon towards Leiria.
  2. Take the Exit 22 (Nazaré / Alcobaça / Valado dos Frades)
  3. Take the road IC9, towards Nazare.
  4. At the end of IC9, at the roundabout, head to Nazare Norte.

How do I get from Lisbon to Fatima?

You can take bus or train to Fatima from Lisbon or Porto. Be aware that there is no train station in Fatima itself, but shuttle buses connect the Caxarias station to Fatima (or you can take a taxi). The train/shuttle bus route will take a little over 2 hours. Rede Express buses run from Lisbon’s Sete Rios station.

How do I get from Lisbon to Coimbra?

By bus. The bus between Lisbon and Coimbra takes about two hours and 30 minutes. Buses run many times throughout the day, and the service is carried out by Rede Expressos / Renex. In Lisbon, you can take the the bus to Coimbra at either Sete Rios bus terminal (metro’s blue line) or Oriente station (metro’s red line).

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How big are the waves in Nazare?

Facing the Atlantic Ocean, this town is renowned for its incredibly high breaking waves. The wave height at Nazaré often exceeds 20 meters (65 feet), and occasionally reaches more than 30 meters (100 feet).

What is the best time to visit Fatima?

The best time to go to Fátima is spring, in April and May. Summer is a good period, but it can sometimes get definitely hot.

What is the best month to visit Lisbon?

The best time to visit Lisbon is either from March to May or September to October, because the weather is still warm, hotel rates are cheaper and there are fewer crowds than in summer. In those seasons, you might also be able to squeeze in a few beach days. The summer sees hot temperatures and crowded shores.

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