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Metro journey1,65 €
Carris/Metro ticket1,65 €

1 day ticket (24h)
Carris/Metro6,60 €
Carris/Metro/Transtejo (Cacilhas)9,70 €
Carris/Metro/CP10,70 €

Metro journey1,47 €

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Travelling all Lisboa

Get to know Lisbon, Cascais and Sintra with just one ticket Travelling all Lisboa is a ticket that lets you travel by bus, funicular, tram, lift, metro and train for just 10.60€. With this 24-hour ticket you can travel freely in the entire Carris and Metro networks, as well as the CP trains (Sintra, Cascais, Azambuja and Sado lines).

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For information about items lost on our network please fill out the lost and found form or contact our Call Centre.


Metro working hours

The Lisbon Metro operates every day, including weekends, from 6:30 a.m to 1:00 a.m (time of departure of the last train from the terminal stations of each line).

Until what age can children travel for free on the Metro network?

Children under 3 may accompany fare-paying passengers free of charge.  Children aged 4 to 12 years are entitled to travel free of charge on the Metro if holders of a “Child” Lisboa viva card (a card with the letter “C”, as shown below).

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What do you need to travel on our network?

To travel on the Metro you must hold a valid electronic card topped up with valid Metro tickets.

What cards are available to travel on the Metro?

There are two types of cards available:
– The viva viagem card, to top with occasional tickets;
– The navegante card, to top up with travel passes and/or zapping credit.

What transport tickets are available to travel on the Metro?

There are two types of Metro tickets:
1) Occasional tickets for non frequent users (e.g. single journey ticket, daily ticket or zapping credit);
2) Travel passes for regular Metro users (e.g. Navegante, intermodal or combined passes).

How much does the viva viagem card cost?

It costs €0,50 and it is valid for one year.

Can the viva viagem card be used by more than one person?

No. The viva viagem card can only be used by a single user per journey. Its use by several passengers simultaneously for the same journey is considered an offense and may be subject to a fine. Each user must hold a valid ticket.
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