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The scenic capital of Portugal, colorful Lisbon, is the biggest city in the country as well as a popular holiday destination for sun-lovers from all around the world. Easy to see, that one train station is hardly enough to handle the constantly growing demand for train travel. ​So it's hardly a surprise that the scenic city of Lisbon boasts four major railway hubs. ​Scattered all around the Portuguese capital, they boast great in-house amenities and serve trains to different parts of the country.​
Although every station provides a different number of services, you can rest assured that all four of them offer everything you need for a comfortable journey. On this page, you can find the basic information about main Lisbon's railway stations and, if any of them catches your eye, go on the station's page to read a bit more about it. ​

Gare De Oriente Station

Address: Edificio Gare do Oriente, Piso 1 - Av. D. Joao II, 1900-233, Lisbon, Portugal
​Oriente train station is the main railway hub in Lisbon. But even if you aren't interested in train travel in Portugal, this major railway hub is worth stopping by to admire its spectacular facade. Inside, you can also find a subway/bus station and a big shopping center.

Entrecampos Station

Address: Estacao de Entrecampos (r/c) - Rua Dr. Eduardo Neves, 1050-077, Lisbon, Portugal
If you are planning to go from Lisbon to Faro by train, one of the stations you might choose as a starting point of your journey is Entrecampos train station. Although it doesn't serve any major international routes, it handles several important local lines.

Santa Apolonia Station

Address: Av. Infante Dom Henrique 1, 1100-105, Lisbon, Portugal.
Located in the beating heart of the Portuguese capital, Santa Apolonia Railway Station takes pride in being the oldest train station in the city. It serves several major international routes to such popular holiday destinations as France and Spain as well as trains to the northern regions of the country.

Sete Rios Station

Address: Estacao da CP, Rua Prof. Lima Bastos, Lisbon, Portugal.
Although Sete Rios railway station's facade is not as striking as the one of Oriente, the station's main entrance of glass and steel still looks rather impressive. Apart from serving several regional trains, the complex also houses the main bus station of Lisbon, making it one of the biggest transport hubs in the Portuguese capital.

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