How do you fly to Coimbra?
The nearest airport to Coimbra is Viseu (VSE) Airport which is 74.2 km away. Other nearby airports include Porto (OPO) (116.6 km) and Lisbon (LIS) (170.8 km). How long does it take to get to Coimbra from the Airport? It takes 2h 13m to get from Coimbra to Lisbon (LIS) Airport.
How do I get to Coimbra from UK?
There are 11 ways to get from London to Coimbra by train, plane, towncar, bus, car, car ferry or night train
- Take the train from London Victoria to Gatwick Airport.
- Fly from London Gatwick (LGW) to Porto (OPO) LGW – OPO.
- Take a town car from Porto Airport to Coimbra.
Where do you fly into for Portugal?
Lisbon airport (LIS) is the main international airport of Portugal and this is the airport to fly into for the entire central region. The airport handles the highest number of international flights and most flights from outside of Europe fly into Lisbon.
Does Coimbra have an airport?
Bissaya Barreto Aerodrome (Portuguese: Aeródromo Municipal Bissaya Barreto), (IATA: CBP, ICAO: LPCO), is not actually an airport, but an airfield in Antanhol. There is no airport in Coimbra.
What is the difference between Coimbra and Coimbra B?
What is the difference between Coimbra-A and Coimbra-B railway stations? Coimbra-B is the station for high-speed trains featuring the direct train from Lisbon to Porto. And Coimbra-A station is in the city center, it serves all other trains including local trains.
How do I get from Coimbra to Porto by train?
The best option for public transport is to travel by metro from the airport to Campanhã train station, and then catch the express train to Coimbra. The metro from the airport to Porto costs €2.00 (plus €0.60 for an Andante card), and there are departures every 20 minutes with a journey time of 40 minutes.
Is Portugal open for tourists now?
Non-essential travel to Portugal is PERMITTED. Non-essential travel (i.e., tourist travel) from the United States to Portugal is currently permitted.