BOOK YOUR STAY
There are hotels with special prices for CIAR 2022 participants, but book directly with the hotel and inform them of your presence at the event
Streamline your stay
All the ways to travel to Lisbon and get around the city
PlaneThose who arrive in Lisbon by plane will land at Lisbon Airport, whose official name is Humberto Delgado Airport, formerly known as Aeroporto da Portela (IATA code: HDL / LIS, ICAO code: LPPT). Currently, Lisbon Airport has two terminals (T1 and T2). Terminal T1 is served by the metro station Aeroporto (Red Line) and by several buses.
Táxis and SimilarLisbon has several digital platforms as an alternative to the traditional taxi. CIAR 2021 participants can choose their preferred one.
Shared mobilityLisbon has several shared systems: Car sharing, scooter sharing, bike sharing and more recently shared scooters. In any of the alternatives it is necessary to install the respective application, as a rule, available for the IOS and Android operating systems. In car / scooter sharing systems, it is necessary to send the identification card and driving license. Payment is always made by credit card or paypal.
In car sharing systems, you don’t have to worry about supplying or paying a parking meter. Tolls not included.
ECooltra has scooters equivalent to a 50cc conventional scooter, while Acciona up to 125 cc, so check the usage requirements
Gira, from EMEL (Lisbon City Council), requires an annual subscription (25 €), monthly (15 €) or daily (2 €). Jump (Uber) is more suitable for single use
There are several electric scooter companies that reinforce the shared mobility ecosystem and are alternatives to the car itself. The usage cost is typically 0.5 € (unlock) + 0.15 € / minute.