Train outings

We all like travelling.

Starting a journey by train is beginning a visit to memories or new destinations, to the rhythm of the gently rocking movement.

Portugal has so much to offer and you can start your trip just looking out of the train window on this journey along the 2,179 km of railway lines. Family trips, the pair of you or on your own, we have created various circuits you are going to want to know about.

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World Heritage Circuits – Elvas

Walk through the front door and visit Elvas.

Rotas do Património da Humanidade - Tomar

Uma janela com vista para o Mundo …

World Heritage Circuits - Coimbra

Discover traces of time in the city of a thousand wonders. Coimbra.

World Heritage Circuits – Oporto

Go by train and visit the city that inspired Portugal’s name.

World Heritage Circuits – Guimarães

Go to the historical centre of Guimarães by train.

World Heritage Circuits – Douro

The heritage belongs to the World, but the pleasure of the train journey is yours! Only yours!

MiraDouro, a charming train

For the real train journey fans until 30 September.

The land of sunshine

The light of the eastern Algarve always beats the winter skies.

On the Sud to San Sebastián

A city surrounded by the sea and embraced by the mountains that were in the right place at the right time.

Vigo in a day on the Celta

Everything the city has to offer in 24 horas. By Luís Filipe Lima Barbosa

Douro inaugural journey

The Douro Historical Train is leaving. By Teresinha da Cunha Pinto

Guided tour of Braga

Follow Teresinha da Cunha Pinto’s trip to Braga.

For Coimbra by train

Lovers and Students, nobody can resist Coimbra.

Oporto - One city you mustn't miss

With a train ticket in my hand and a hot 'francesinha' sandwich in mind, I went to visit the city that gave Portugal its name.

Aveiro is approaching

And here I am in my window seat again.

Madrid in your heart

It's rhythm, brightness and unparalleled culture ... always conquer us.

Alentejo - Évora - by Inês Manuel

The region I have decided to talk about could not be any other than my very own Alentejo. Alentejo, the region of wide, open plains, dry colours, brown cork, yellow corn, green oaks and the white-washed houses.

Travelling back in time on the Douro

All aboard the Douro Historical Train.

Sintra every day

There is just a line separating the charms of Sintra and the beauty of Lisbon.

A visit to Guimarães

Take the Alfa Pendular to Guimarães, for a visit to the city that the Portuguese are so proud of.

Castelo Branco in two minutes

Admire the tops of the hills. By Luís Filipe Lima Barbosa

A long weekend in Faro

Everyone remembers to go to the Algarve in August. But it feels different out of the high-season.

Beira Alta and the blazing sun

“In Beira Alta the wind brings stories of others”. By Tatiana Albino.

The Tagus fishermen of Alves Redol

After the train journey, there’s a boat trip on the Tagus, in the company of unique vegetation. By Catarina Tagaio.

Beira Baixa: festivities and pilgrimages

The lands of Beira Baixa are waiting for you to visit in the summer of festivities and pilgrimages. By Luís Filipe Lima Barbosa

Bica circuit in Cascais

It’s for the ‘Lugar à Janela?’ Humm… here you go and have a good journey! By Catarina Tagaio

Sintra in tourist mode

The CP urban train from Alverca, heading to Sintra is arriving at platform number two, stopping at all stations! By Catarina Tagaio

Love on board

A journey we’ll remember for a long time.

Travels in my Homeland by train

A window seat by Luis Filipe Lima Barbosa.

On the train with music in the soul

Music has always conquered us…but now we are inseparable!

Rewriting history - Braga

The stories of other times relived today.

Almond blossom

A trip that waits for the almond blossom to appear and the pink flowers to bloom”. by Teresinha da Cunha Pinto.

Casa Branca small and welcoming

“At one of the stops on the journey from Évora to Lisbon, we find a typical Alentejo village”. By Inês Manuel.