Visitors and Friends can arrive in LISBON:
- By plane, to the Lisbon International Airport, located in the north of the city;
- By train, to Gare do Oriente or Santa Apolónia station (CP);
- By bus, to Gare do Oriente or Arco do Cego (Rede de Expressos);
- By car,
Visitors and Friends can arrive at EGAS MONIZ:
- By train – Take the train (Fertagus) from Roma-Areeiro, Entre Campos (Metro’s yellow line), Sete-Rios (Metro’s blue line – Jardim Zoológico) to Pragal station (first station after crossing the Tagus River). In Pragal, you can take the light rail (MST) to Universidade, with stop in Monte de Caparica. Alternatively, you can take the bus to Monte de Caparica (TST 124, 125, 126, 127, 145).
- By boat – Take the boat from Terreiro do Paço or Cais do Sodré to Cacilhas. In Cacilhas, you can take the light rail (MST) to Universidade, with stop in Monte de Caparica, or you can take the bus to Monte de Caparica (TST 124, 125, 126, 127, 145).
Here you can find information about Fertagus trains, Lisbon Metro lines, MST ligt rail, TST buses and TTSL boats.
To EGAS MONIZ by car:
- Coming from the north of Portugal, you should take Eixo norte-sul extressway to south, with exit on A2-Sul highway to Setúbal. After crossing the bridge 25 de Abril, turn on first exit to Caparica (IC20 extressway). At this point, please be very focused as if you miss the correct exit, you will end up at the beach .
Once in IC20, after BP petrol station, turn right to Monte da Caparica/Hospital. Following the directions on the attached map, take the second exit on the first roundabout, the third exit on the elliptical second roundabout, the first exit on the third roundabout, and go straight to the intersection and turn left. The characteristic orange building of Egas Moniz, CRL will appear on your right. You can choose to park the car inside the campus or outside.
- Coming from the south of Portugal, you should take highway A2 to Lisbon and take the very last exit before the bridge to Caparica. From here, please follow directions discribed above.
We are grateful to EM international relations (ERASMUS) for this Traveling information