Vitoria - Lisbon
Vitoria - Lisbon route
Travel by coach from Vitoria to Lisbon with ALSA for a quick, comfortable and pleasant journey. Only ALSA offers you the chance to travel from Vitoria to Lisbon by coach at the best rate guaranteed. And if you buy your tickets in advance at www.alsa.com you can avail of our cheapest deals.
Information on buses from Vitoria to Lisbon
|Ticket price from:||€ 30.00|
|Frequency of buses:||8 daily|
|First bus leaves at:||05:00|
|Last bus leaves at:||16:30|
Bus stations in Vitoria and Lisbon
Coaches travelling from Vitoria to Lisbon depart from the Vitoria Bus Station, located at Plaza Euskaltzaindia, s/n.
All stations are connected to the public transport network and have public parking. Your journey will end at the Oriente Bus Station, in Av. Dom João II, or in Sete Rios Bus Station, in Calle Professor Lima Bastos, s/n in Lisbon, depending on the service you choose.
What to see in Vitoria
The main spots to see in the capital of Álava are Florida Park and Plaza de la Virgen Blanca. Promoting the use of environmentally friendly transport, Vitoria-Gasteiz has bike lanes for taking interesting routes. Several museums mean that there is something going on all year round with the Museum of Natural Sciences, the Artium Museum housing contemporary art, and the Museum of Fine Arts. In the city’s streets you will find all kinds of shops, bars and restaurants offering local and traditional products, delicious recipes with the freshest and tastiest ingredients, and the famous pintxos.
What to see in Lisbon
Lisbon, capital of Portugal, is a city full of charm, part of which resides precisely in its somewhat decadent appearance, along with its kind inhabitants, its rich cultural and leisure offering, which of course includes Portugal's most popular folk music: the fado. One of the best ways to get around Lisbon is on its classical tram system, to explore the Baixa, Chiado, Alfama and Barrio Alto districts. Other must-sees in Lisbon are its Praça do Comercio and Rossio, the Torre de Belém and the Hieronymites Monastery, its Cathedral and São Jorge Castle.