New Lisbon Tourist Ticket

Visitors to the Portuguese capital can now take advantage of a one- or three-day travel pass on the city's main suburban railway lines.
The price of €6 (24 hours) and €13.50 (72 hours) entitles the traveller to unlimited travel on the Sintra, Cascais and Setúbal lines and all the places in-between.
For the visitor, there's much to see on all three routes and the newly-launched ticket facilitates regular stopovers at some of Lisbon's top tourist attractions along the way.
For instance, the Sintra line passes the Rococo-style Queluz Palace with its magnificent gardens while the UNESCO World Heritage site of Sintra is one of the jewels in Portugal's cultural crown.
And those heading towards Cascais from Lisbon's Cais do Sodré have several hours' sightseeing awaiting them at the tourist centre of Belém, most notably Jerónimos Monastery, Coach Museum and the impressive Berardo Collection at Belém Cultural Centre, not to mention the maritime and archaeological museums close by.
Heading south from Barreiro on the south side of the River Tagus provides access to the unspoilt beaches of the Sado Estuary. For those looking to escape the crowds in high summer, there are regular ferry connections between the fishing port of Setúbal and the idyllic Tróia Peninsula.