Return Trips by bus are available from Badajoz, Madrid, Badajoz, Salamanca, Aveiro, Coimbra, Porto, Santa Maria da Feira, Albufeira, Braga, Faro and Guimarães. Tickets will be announced soon.
Lisbon is well connected by rail in Portugal and main European cities. Once you are in Lisbon, take the Metro to Cais do Sodré before taking another train to Alges.
The festival site is served by the following bus routes:
15E (Tram – Praça Figueira – Algés)
723 (Desterro – Algés)
729 (Bº P. Cruz – Algés)
750 (Estação Oriente – Algés)
751 (Campolide – Linda-a-Velha)
201 (night bus – Cais Sodré – Linda a Velha)
1 (Alfragide – Algés)
2 (Queluz de Baixo – Algés)
6 (Queluz de Baixo – Algés)
10 (Alfragide – Algés)
12 (Estação Monte Abraão – Algés)
20 (Amadora – Algés)
114 (Amadora – Algés)
If you’re flying into Lisbon Airport, it’s around a 50-minute journey to the festival venue. Take a Metro Line Vermelha to Alameda, before boarding a Metro Verde to Cais do Sodré, and lastly a CP train to Alges. From here the festival is just a 5-minute walk away, and will be clearly signposted.