Portugal Transport: Porto Railway Stations
Railway Stations in Porto
See a listing of the main railway stations in Porto including main railway stations, Porto metro stations and suburban stations around Porto.
There are coin lockers at Porto Campanhã and Porto São Bento stations which can be used for a maximum period of 24 hours.
Campanha Station (Estação Ferroviária de Porto-Campanhã), is Porto's major railway station with inter-city train connections with Lisbon's main railway stations, mainly Santa Apolónia Station and Gare do Oriente. Campanha Station is the terminus station for international trains to Portugal, and a main station for intercity and ALFA Pendular trains to the south of Portugal including Lisbon (3-4 hours) and Coimbra Station B in Coimbra (75 minutes). Campanha Station also has trains to São Bento Station just five minutes away, Aveiro, Barcelos (1 hour), Braga, Espinho (15-30 minutes), Ovar, Pocinho, Regua (around 2 hours), Valenca, and Viana do Castelo (90 minutes). Campanha Station is on all the lines of the Porto metro except Line D (Yellow). Various local bus services radiate out from Campanha Station including the #207 (except Sunday) to the Museu de Arte Contemporânea (Serralves) and the #206 to Viso.
São Bento Station
São Bento Station may lay claim to being Portugal's most beautiful train station with its mansard roof and Renaissance stone façade. São Bento train station was designed by José Marques da Silva, completed in 1903 and inaugurated in 1916. Estação de São Bento has rail links to Barcelos (1 hour-1 hour, 20 minutes), Braga (1 hour), Guimaraes (1 hour, 5 minutes), Aveiro (40-55 minutes), Viana do Castelo (90 minutes-2 hours) and Penafiel. São Bento train station also has trains on the Douro Line to Pocinho. The station is on the Porto metro Line D (Yellow) with the first station south over the River Douro being Jardim do Morro and the first station north, Aliados.
Jardim do Morro
Jardim do Morro Station is a stop on the Porto metro in Vila Nova de Gaia on Line D from Hospital Sao Joao on the Porto side to Santo Ovidio on the Gaia side. Jardim do Morro Station is one stop south of Sao Bento Station just over the upper level of the Ponte Dom Luis I Bridge and adjacent to the Mosteiro de Serra do Pilar convent. Jardim do Morro Station is handy for connecting with the Teleferico de Gaia cable car and to visit the port wine lodges below.
Trindade Station is the major intersecting station on the Porto metro system. Lines A, B, C, E and F all intersect with line D here. Trindade is the busiest station by passenger numbers on the Porto metro. Trindade Station is close to a number of Porto's major attractions including Porto City Hall (Câmara Municipal do Porto) as well as a cluster of hotels including the Hotel Dom Henrique Downtown and the Porto Trindade Hotel.