Getting to and from the Airport
Arriving or departing, it will take you where you need to go
Whether you need to get to the airport or to the city centre, an efficient public transportation network is at your service to get you where you need to go. Just choose the one that is more convenient for you.
You can easily get to the airport or to the city centre by metro. Line E (Purple) runs every 20 or 30 minutes, depending on the time and day of the week.
STCP and Resende provide bus connections from the airport to various areas of the city.
At the airport you have at your service a wide range of shuttles making connections to the city centre and to many locations in the outskirts of Porto.
Connects the airport to the Porto city centre and to the cities of Braga and Guimarães (and vice versa).
Makes connections from the airport to the cities of Ponte da Barca, Arcos de Valdevez, Ponte de Lima and Viana do Castelo (and vice versa).
It offers four frequencies on weekdays and two frequencies on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
Ensures a regular connection from the airport to the cities of Braga and Guimarães (and vice versa). Both connections have a duration of 50 minutes. Printing the online ticket is mandatory.
In order to stick to the schedules, getBUS buses will not wait for passengers, even if they have booked a reservation. Therefore, we recommend that you be there at least 15 minutes before the scheduled departure time.
A low cost road transport service that regularly connects several areas of downtown Porto to the Airport (and vice versa). Its bus stops are strategically located in the city centre.
Road transport service making regular connections between Póvoa de Varzim – Esposende – Viana do Castelo – Lanheses – Ponte de Lima and the airport.
Road transport service making regular connections between the Airport and the Central Bus Station of Porto.
Road transport service making regular connections between the Porto Airport and the Spanish cities of Valencia and Vigo.
It offers four frequencies on weekdays and two on weekends, which ensure the connection between the spanish cities of Valencia and Vigo with Porto Airport. The buses provide general information about the city of Porto and flight times at the Porto Airport.
Taxis circulate 24/7 all throughout the city, and are always available at taxi ranks. If you prefer, you can order a taxi by phone.
Generally, they carry up to 4 passengers, but you may request a larger vehicle if you order it by phone. In addition to the distance-based fare, when the route includes tolls, such as those charged at Via do Infante, this amount will be added to the trip total charged. A supplementary baggage fee will also be charged when transporting items larger than 55x35x20 cm.