How to get


HOW TO REACH RECTORATE FCT/NOVA

The Rectorate of Universidade Nova de Lisboa is located in the heart of Lisbon and is easily accessible by metro and bus. It is also located within walking distance to major hotels as many other smaller hotels. Commuting to and from city centre or other location is quite easy:

• 20mn from Humberto Delgado Airport (Lisbon Airport)
• 30mn from the city centre

By Metro:
There is direct access from the airport metro station “Aeroporto” (red line) to station “São Sebastião”.
Please visit Lisbon Metro Website for detailed information: www.metrolisboa.pt

By bus (Carris):
701, 713, 716, 726, 742, 746, 756, 758, 770
Please visit Carris Website for detailed information: www.carris.pt

GPS Coordinates:
N 38.734002
W-9.160126

For more information about public transportation network in Lisbon please visit: www.moovitapp.com

From the Airport:

Humberto Delgado Airport, also called Lisbon Airport or Portela Airport, is located in the parish of Olivais, in Lisbon, Portugal. It is the largest Portuguese airport in terms of number of passengers, and is also the one with the highest volume of traffic.

It has two civil terminals (T1 and T2) and a military terminal, known as Figo Maduro Airport.
The Airport is easily accessible via motorway, bus or metro. An average journey by taxi from the airport to the city centre should take approximately 20 minutes, and to Rectorate of Universidade Nova de Lisboa approximately 10-15 minutes, depending on traffic.

The Metro serves all the city of Lisbon, and the red line as direct route to the Rectorate. A ticket costs 1,50€, and its valid throughout the Carris and Metro network on an unlimited number of trips for 60 minutes, counted between the first and last entry validation (it does not allow consecutive uses in the Metro).

Pedestrian Access:

On weekdays, access to the Campus (pedestrian and car) can be done by the portari- as / gates of the Rua da Mesquita and Travessa Estevão Pinto.

In the weekend, pedestrian access is maintained by Rua da Mesquita and Travessa Estevão Pinto, and access to vehicles is only through Rua da Mesquita.