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IP: 217.153.99.* 27.02.06, 20:10
witam,lecimy w kwietniu do portugalii, mamy lądować na lotnisku w sintrze,
ale nigdzie w internecie nie znlazłam informacji, jak daleko stamtąd jest do
miasta itp. czy ktoś może mi pomóc? + może możecie polecić jakąś dobrą stronę
o sintrze? magda
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    • warmiak2 Re: sintra info 01.03.06, 14:48
      Wylądujecie prawdopodobnie na lotnisku w Lizbonie.
      Wiadomości ze strony:
      www.portugalia-online.net/transport.php
      1)W Lizbonie lotnisko mieści się ok. 7 km od centrum, autobusy jeżdżą co 20
      min. na trasie Cais do Sodre - lotnisko. W Porto do oddalonego o 11 km centrum
      można dojechać autobusem nr 56. Taksówki są również dobrym rozwiązaniem (choć
      należy znać kilka zasad - o tym dalej).
      2)Połączenia między Lizboną oraz strefami turystycznymi Cascais i Sintra
      zapewnia sieć szybkich i często kursujących pociągów podmiejskich. Stosowane są
      ulgi w opłatach za przejazd dla młodzieży oraz osób powyżej 65 lat.

      A to porada dla turysty angielskiego znaleziona w "sieci" :
      The best way to get to Sintra from the airport is by taxi (£20). Alternatively,
      catch a bus to Lisbon city centre (73p) and then a train from Rossio station
      (£1.80).
      Szczególy transportu z lotniska do Lizbony /ze strony o lotnisku
      www.luso.u-net.com/aviation.htm/ :
      Getting to/from the Airport
      Bus
      An Aero Bus service is run by Carris as its route 91. This operates every
      twenty minutes from 0700 to 2100 hours. In the last year or so the wholly
      inadequate minibuses have been replaced by single deck gas powered vehicles.
      The only tickets available on this service are the one-day or three-day rover
      tickets which allow unlimited travel on Carris buses, trams and
      funiculars/elevator for the period of validity and cost more than twice the
      standard one-trip fare on normal services. This airport service terminates at
      Cais do Sodré, which is convenient for the train to Estoril and Cascais, as
      well as the Metro. City centre stops include Praça do Comércio, Rossio and
      Restauradores. Cheaper, normal service routes also serve the Airport and these
      are the numbers 5, 8, 22, 44, 45 and 83. The most useful of these are the 8 (to
      Martim Moniz, just north of the city centre), and the 44 and 45 which duplicate
      much of the route of the 91 and also terminate at Cais do Sodré. All of these
      services run at approximately 15 minute intervals from about 0600 to midnight
      or later. Scott URB (formerly Stagecoach Portugal) also run an express service,
      number 498, with a flat fare of 1250 escudos, linking the airport to Sintra,
      Cascais and Estoril. A "Navette" or shuttle-bus serves the airport carparks and
      terminals.

      Taxis
      Lisbon taxis are plentiful and relatively cheap though charges are rising.
      There is railed taxi-rank immediately outside the arrivals hall; it is usually
      overseen by a policeman. Although queues can be lengthy, the taxis are so
      plentiful that the waiting time is generally short. Older taxis are painted
      black with a turquoise-green roof, whilst newer vehicles are all-over caramel.
      All bear a small white lozenge with the word TAXI in black capital letters. The
      average rate (2002) for a taxi from the Airport to the city-centre is about 13
      Euros, nearly double what it was two years ago. Extra is charged for luggage.
      For further fares information, see the Lisbon Taxis page.

      Railways
      There is no railway or Metro connection to the airport.

      Szczegóły o transporcie z Lizbony do Sintry :
      www.luso.u-net.com/sintrain.htm
      Strona turystyczna :
      www.portugalvirtual.pt/_tourism/costadelisboa/sintra/
      Pozdrawiam,
      BN

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