Lisbon Portela Airport

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Lisbon Portela Airport (LIS) Guide

General Information

Airport Name:
Lisbon Portela Airport
Airport Code:
7km north of Lisbon
(0) 218 413 500

Directions & Transportation

From outside Departures and Arrivals
The No 91Carris Aerobus goes directly to the city centre and the local buses are Nos 5, 22, 44, 45, and 83 to various suburbs.
Car, Bus, Shuttle and Taxi

Airport facilities

Airport Info:
In Arrivals and Departures and also tourist information is in the Arrivals hall.
Lost Property is in the police office in the Departures shopping area and the left-luggage is located on level 2 of car park P2
A bank and post office are located in Departures and Foreign Exchange is in Arrivals and Departures. ATMs are dotted around the airport.
In the Departures boarding lounge.
More Services:
By the check in area there is an insurance desk, plus baby care areas and a first aid room in Arrivals.
Eating & Drinking:
Shops include, The Disney store, 2 wine shops, Rota do Perfume for cosmetics, lots of fashion outlets including Stern, Lalique, Lacoste and Tie Rack.
Snack bars include, Astrolabio, Eurobar, McDonalds and Pizza Hut.Coffee Shops include Harrods, Delta and Buondi and full meals can be had from Iberusa, Pans and Company, Passarola and Staff Club.
Business Facilities:
On level 2 of the Arrivals area there are 3 lounges, Icaro, Apolo and Ulisses providing internet, payphone and fax. The PR office can advise on conference facilities on (0)21 841 3500.
Disabled Facilities:
There are ramps, lifts, specially adapted telephones and toilets.Wheelchairs are available and special assistance should be requested on departure. Car park spaces are also available.

Useful Information

Airlines Served:
Air France, British Airways, Continental Airlines, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa and TWA. TAP.
Airport Taxes:
29 Euros
Activities near the Airport:
Castelo de sao Jorge - The Moorish castle commands panoramic views of Lisbon and is well worth a stroll around to learn more about the history of the area. Museu Calouste Gulbenkian - The museum is named after the oil millionaire who bought this magnificent collection of European and Asian art and many artefacts to Portugal. Well organised and set on lush grounds you can expect to spend at least a couple of hours here. Jardim Botanico - Lisbon's botanic garden dates back to 1874 and is a very pleasant shady walk through about 15,000 species of tropical plants. There is also a natural history museum on the grounds.