With an annual traffic of more than 6 million passengers, Porto Airport was judged the 3rd Best European Airport in 2011 by the ACI (Airport Council International), its 7th award in 6 consecutive years.
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:: Plan your journey safely:
Plan your flight in order to minimize delays and make your passage through the airport a pleasing moment. In case of doubt or for further information, always contact your airline company.
AIGLE AZUR | +351 229 432 530
AIR BERLIN | +351 808 202 737
AIR TRANSAT | +351 218 487 741
BRUSSELS AIRLINES | +351 707 200 424
IBERIA | +351 7070 200 000
LUXAIR | Handling Agent
RYANAIR | +353 1 249 7791/7700
SATA INTERNATIONAL | +351 229 470 330
TAAG | +351 222 022 369
TAP PORTUGAL | +351 707 205 700
TRANSAVIA | +351 707 780 009
:: From the Airport to Braga:
Bus: You have several options on a daily basis. It’s a non-stop transport and leaves directly from the airport.
Cost: € 8.– one-way, € 14.- return ticket. Duration: approx. 45-50 min.
Transfer: Or you can take the transfer GetBus (around 8€)
Train: To catch a train to Braga you need to go to the City Centre – Estação de São Bento and Estação da Campanhã. The urban railway leaves every 40/45 min.
Cost: around € 4– one-way. Duration: approx. 50min to 1h15min.
Taxi: You can take a taxi do INL (price around 60€).
By car: A3 and A11 – Follow the direction of Braga Sul, follow directions to “University of Minho” or Melia Hotel.
There is free car parking in front of INL for attendees and exhibitors.
By coach – Rede Expressos www.rede-expressos.pt
http://xconify.com/mobyllacast/ Main Railway Station | BRAGA
Braga Main Station offers all those services that make your stay in Braga as comfort as possible. From Braga Main Railway Station you reach the City Center in 3 minutes.
You can take a taxi to INL (around 6€).
You can take Bus Nº2 with the name Bom Jesus and Nº43 with the name Minho University (price around 1.55€)
You can find more information at www.cp.pt.
To enter Portugal, you may need a Passport and/or a Visa, depending on the country you live in. Citizens from the European Community don’t need a Visa for entering Portugal. Portugal is also a signatory to the 1995 Schengen Agreement.
Passports must be valid for up to six months (depending on your nationality) and are required by all, except by European Union nationals and nationals of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Malta, Norway and Switzerland holding valid national ID cards. British, Australian, Canadian, American and Japanese need a valid passport.
For more information, check directly on the Portugal Embassy or Consulate website for your country.