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Lisbon, Lisbon-Portela (LIS), Portugal

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Facilities & infrastructure

Money

A bank is located in the departures area of Terminal 1. Bureaux de change and ATMs can be found in the departures and arrivals areas of both  terminals.

Communications

There is a post office in the departures area of Terminal 1. Free Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout the terminals.

Food

There is a wide range of restaurants, snack bars, cafés and fast-food outlets.

Shopping

There are many shops at Lisbon Portela Airport, including duty-free shopping in both terminals (for passengers leaving the EU). Shops offer Portuguese specialities such as port wine, cheeses and other regional foods, as well as designer clothes and confectionary.

Luggage

A left-luggage facility is open daily on level 2 of car park P2. The lost property office (alspsp@ana.pt, tel: +351-218/44 45 30) is located within the police office in the main departures shopping area of Terminal 1.

Other

Among the other facilities are baby care areas and a first aid room in the arrivals area.

Conference & Business

Meeting rooms are available at the ABC Business Centre (tel: +351-218/41 36 58), in the Terminal 1 departures area. Meeting space is also available at the TRYP Lisboa Aeroporto Hotel adjacent to Terminal 1.

Further meeting and conference facilities are available at the nearby Hotel Tivoli Oriente, and at many other hotels throughout the city.

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Surrounding area Lisbon Portela Airport

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    Accessibility

    There are ramps, lifts, specially adapted telephones and toilets for the disabled. Wheelchairs can be provided by airlines and airline staff can also help wheelchair passengers through customs and immigration: passengers should request any special assistance upon booking a ticket. Disabled car parking spaces are available.

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    General information

    Airport code: LIS

    Number of Terminals: 2

    Information

    There are information counters in the arrivals and departures halls and a tourist information counter in the arrivals hall of Terminal 1.

    Transfer between Terminals

    Free shuttles run between the two terminals.

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    Visa & Immigration

    IATA Travel Centre

    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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    Getting around

    Public transport

    A lot of the more central sights are easily explored on foot, but for those who need to use public transport, there are trams, buses and a metro system to keep things easy. The metro is clean and efficient, with many of the stations decorated with eye-catching artworks.

    Taxis

    The majority of Lisbon’s taxis are cream-coloured Mercedes, and have a reputation for being cheaper than comparable taxis in many other European capitals. You can either hail one on the street or find one outside a train station or main square.

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    Hotels in Lisbon

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    The quality of Lisbon’s hotel scene is indicative of the city’s popularity, with a very strong range of luxury properties

    to choose from and a substantial spread of places to stay for those on a budget.

    Altis Belem Hotel & Spa

    Doca do Bom Sucesso
    1400-038 Lisbon
    Portugal
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    Category: Luxurious

    A five-star design property with a top-quality restaurant and a spa.

    Castle Inn

    Rua de Santa Cruz do Castelo 52
    1100-480 Lisbon
    Portugal
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    Category: Moderate

    This apartment hotel is tucked away amid the narrow streets of the Castelo de São Jorge district. The modern, air-conditioned apartments, some with a castle or sea view, are elegantly furnished. What’s makes this place special: regional artists’ works gracing the apartments.

    LX Boutique Hotel

    Rua do Alecrim 12
    1200-017 Lisbon
    Portugal
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    Category: Moderate

    A great boutique stay with river views, close to the nightspots of Bairro Alto.

    Britania Hotel

    Rua Rodrigues Sampaio 17
    1150-278 Lisbon
    Portugal
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    Category: Moderate

    A small but beautiful art deco property in the historic centre.

    Pensao Estacao Central

    Calçada do Carmo 17
    1200-090 Lisbon
    Portugal
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    Category: Budget

    A friendly, well-priced option near lots of restaurants and bars.