Getting Around

Metro, BUS, Trams and Trains

You can use the metro, trams, buses and trains (see maps bellow) to go almost everywhere. The first metro leaves terminal station at 6.30am and the last one at 01:00 a.m.. The buses also change their frequency at night so check each schedule individually. The night buses start their routes around midnight.the bus or tram itself because it will cost you a lot more.

Metro and Trains lines map

Daytime BUS lines map

Nightime BUS lines map

The easiest way to use both metro/bus/train is to purchase a Viva Viagem reusable card [1€] in any vending machine (you can do it at the airport metro station, for example) and top up (“Zapping” option) with cash or debit card. Make sure that you scan in and out of the metro to enter and exit. Also, you cannot share a metro card – it is one per person.

If you are planning to travel a lot, you might want to consider the daily ticket.

Purchasing Bus and Tram tickets inside the units is possible, but also significantly more expensive.

Taxis, Uber, Cabify, Taxify, Kapten

Taxi service is rather cheap in Lisbon. For example, your average taxi trip from the airport to the city centre should be less than 10€.

We highly recommend UBER, Cabify or Taxify, as they provide higher quality and more dependable service, with lower prices, when compared to Taxis.

But if you really want a traditional Cab…

  • Rádio Táxis Lisboa: 00351 218119000
  • Cooptaxis: 00351 217932756

Visiting

Looking for some places to visit around?

Here are some “words” for you to google up, in no particular order, and notice that Lisbon is a hilly, cobbly city and the streets are slippery when it rains. Opt for smart, practical and comfortable footwear with a good grip.

  • Belém
  • Ginginha
  • Tram 28
  • Alfama
  • Sintra
  • Bairro Alto
  • Pastéis de Belém
  • Carmo Convent
  • Jerónimos
  • Oceanarium
  • Cascais
  • Baixa
  • Madre de Deus Convent
  • Costa da Caparica
  • Castelo de São Jorge
  • Miradouros
  • Sé Catedral
  • São Roque Church
  • Carcavelos
  • Calouste Gulbenkian

Getting to the Venue

The Little Big Venue, where parties and classes will happen, is located right in the outskirts of Lisbon Center.

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By Metro

Only 140m away from the Olaias red Metro line station, the Little Big Venue is strategically placed very close to the cross-section of all metro lines.

For example. you can get there directly from the airport with a 1.5€ and 14min Metro ride

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By BUS

A lot of BUS options right in fron, both during the daytime and at night.

  • 756 (from R. Junqueira – map)
  • 720 (from Alto Sto. Amaro – map)
  • 730 (from Picoas)
  • 793 (from Roma-Areeiro and Marvila – map)
  • Night 208 (from Cais do Sodré and Oriente – map);
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By car

We do note recommend renting a car in Lisbon, due to the narrow and hilly roads and crazy Portuguese drivers, but it may be recommend it if you plan to move outside of Lisbon.

If you are brave and crazy and decide to rent a car, there are loads of parking lots in the area.  Be prepared to pay 20 euros a day or have your car towed.

Car parking is possible around the Little Big Venue area,. You can somewhat easily find a free street park spot around, or you can use a the public garage 150m away from the Venue (map).

Using GPS: If you are navigating to the Little Big Venue, try not to use the address, as it might get confusing. Instead google “Little Big Apple” or use this link, or type in these coordinates @38.7382181,-9.1228222,15z.