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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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Up to what age can children ride the Metro for free?
Children up to the age of 3 can use the Metro free of charge, as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket.
What do I need to travel on the Metro?
To ride the Metro you must have a valid electronic card (navegante personalized or occasional) topped up with valid transport tickets, or a contactless bank card.
What cards are available to travel on the Metro?
Three types of cards may be used to ride the Metro:
- navegante occasional card for occasional journeys;
- navegante personalized card to top up with travel passes and/or zapping credit;
- Contactless bank card that allows you to pay for a Metro trip directly on the access gates’ validators.
What transport tickets are available to travel on the Metro?
The Metro has transport tickets suitable for frequency of use: occasional or frequent.
Please check our Fares.
How much does the navegante occasional card cost?
It costs €0,50 and it is valid for one year.
Can the navegante occasional card be used by more than one person?
No. The navegante occasional 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.