Lisbon Cruise Port
From the four cruise terminals along the Tagus River, most passengers opt for guided city tours and shore excursions of Lisbon proper. Food tours, history walking tours, and tours which combine Lisbon with nearby Sintra are all popular. You can also tour privately, independently, or via hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus, for more flexibility. Excursions to Fatima and transfers to the airport or train station are also available from the port.
Things to Know Before You Go
Four terminals make up Lisbon's cruise port: Alcantara, Rocha Conde Obidos, Jardim Tabaco, and Santa Apolonia.
The cruise terminals are open whenever there are ships in port.
You can take a cruise to Lisbon city year-round.
You’ll find a few shops and cafés at the cruise terminal.
The cruise port is wheelchair accessible.
How to Get to Lisbon From the Lisbon Cruise Port
Depending on where your ship docks, it could be as much as a 90-minute walk to town. Many cruise ships offer shuttle service from the port to town and taxis are plentiful. The Terreiro do Paço metro station is nearby and guided shore excursions typically leave from the port.
Portuguese is the official language of Portugal but English is widely spoken in Lisbon. The euro is the official currency.
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- Electricity Museum (Museu da Electricidade)
- National Coach Museum (Museu Nacional dos Coches)
- 25th of April Bridge (Ponte 25 de Abril)
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