Lisbon is well connected by rail in Portugal and other European cities. From Santa Apolónia or Oriente Station, take the Lisbon Metro. If you’re at Santa Apolónia, use the Blue Line to Baixa-Chiado and then switch to the Green Line to reach Cais do Sodré. From Oriente, take the Red Line to Alameda, then switch to the Green Line to Cais do Sodré. At Cais do Sodré, take the ferry to Cacilhas. From Cacilhas, hop on a bus to Costa de Caparica.
Lisbon Airport (LIS) is the closest to the venue. From the airport, you can take the Aerobus Line 1, which runs every 20 minutes and takes you directly to Cais do Sodré station. Alternatively, the Lisbon Metro Red Line from the airport to Alameda, then switch to the Green Line to Cais do Sodré is a convenient option.
Ferry to Cacilhas: At Cais do Sodré, take the ferry across the Tagus River to Cacilhas (10 min journey).
Bus to Costa de Caparica: From Cacilhas, you can take a direct bus to Costa de Caparica. Buses are quite frequent and the journey takes around 30 minutes.
Taxi or Rideshare: Direct Route: For convenience, you might prefer a taxi or a rideshare service like Uber directly from Lisbon Airport to Costa de Caparica. It’s quicker but more expensive than public transport.