OverviewFrom Porto Airport to your destination: Taxis (tel. +351 22 5353350) charge their fare by taxi meter (weekend have a higher fare).
The Airport budget shuttle to city center: tel. +351 252 116 701, e-mail: email@example.com; or visit: 100rumos.com.
'Goin' Porto shuttle: between Airport and Avenida dos Aliad's south end.
The Metro has six lines which are marked by leters & colors: A blue; B red, C green, D yellow, E purple & F orange, and tmajority of lines reach Porto's most popular sights. the 'Porto Card' offers access to metro, buses & funiculars for a set time period. Porto cards offer free or discounted entry to some museums and discounts to restaurants. You may also opt for a rechargeable blue Andante card when using e Metro - open: www.metrodoporto.pt/en/
Metro's Line E (purple) (open site: www.metrodoporto.pt/en) takes you to the following city stops, including railway stations: Casa da Musica, Trindade Station, Campanha Station, and Dragao Stadium; the trip takes 23 to 35 minutes. (Stops nearest city center are Lapa, Trindade & Bolhao.
STCP Bus Lines (open: www.stcp.pt):
Line 601 to Cordoaria,
Line 602 via Padrao Moreira to Cordoaria,
Line 604 via Maia to Sao Joao Hospital
Line 3M to Av. dos Aliados
Resende Bus Line (open: www.urbanosresende.net):
Line 120 to Guifoes, and
Line 105N to Sao Gens.
The Vigo Bus (open: www.autna.com or call +351 251 821043 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) has four daily departures from the Airport to Vigo, Spain. It also serves the Valenca bus station on weekdays