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Getting to Faro

Faro is located in a privileged area, only 3 and a half hours by plane from the main European destinations, about 2 and a half hours from Lisbon by car, using the A2 highway and less than 1 hour from Andalusia, using the A22 highway.

Arriving to Faro can be made in several ways:  

  • By Air

    Faro’s International Airport was inaugurated in 1965 being located just 7 km from Faro’s city centre.  It presently receives flights arriving from the main European tourist destinations, being the most important entrance for tourists in the region.  For further information about Faro’s International Airport, flight ...

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  • By Road

    Reaching by car you can use the A22 Highway (Via do Infante) and the EN125. Both roads cross the Algarve. There are two A22 exit tolls to Faro. Another option is to use the Coaches that connect Faro to the rest of the country as well as Europe.For further information about schedules and destinations, please click:InterSul – ...

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  • By Railway

    The main cities in the Algarve have train stations thus becoming a good transportation option. The regional line is connected with the National Railway services and one can travel from Faro to Lisbon in 3 hours and from Faro to Oporto in 5 hours. For further information about schedules and destinations, please click  

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  • By Sea

    The Port of Faro is administrated by the Portuguese Port and Maritime Transport Institute – South Delegation. Phone: +351 289 860 600 - from a national fixed networkFax: +351 289860 666E-mail: geral.faro@imarpor.ptWebsite: www.imarpor.ptAddress: Rua do Alportel, 10 – 3. ° Andar, 8000-293 FARO PORTUGAL   The arrival to ...

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