Porto Metro - How it works?

Metro do Porto - Como funciona?
Metro do Porto - Como funciona?

Oporto Metro helps you to reach various places much more easily, avoiding traffic and reducing travel costs. It has multiple lines, covering a total area of 60 kilometers.

Line A (blue line) - Connects the Dragão Stadium to Senhor de Matosinhos. This connection takes about 40 minutes. You can get a new trip 10 minutes later. Line B (red line) - Connects the Dragão Stadium to Póvoa de Varzim. This connection takes about 61 minutes. You can get a new trip 30 minutes later. Line C (green line) - Makes the crossing between Campanhã and the Higher Institute of Maia (ISMAI). This connection takes about 41 minutes. You can get a new trip 15 minutes later.

Line D (yellow line) - Connects São João Hospital to Santo Ovídio, Vila Nova de Gaia. This connection takes about 25 minutes. You can get a new trip 6 minutes later. Line E (purple Line) - Connects the airport to the Dragão Stadium. This connection takes about 35 minutes. You can get a new trip 30 minutes later..

Line F (orange line) - Connects Fânzeres to the Senhora da Hora, in Matosinhos. This connection takes about 39 minutes. You can get a new trip 15 minutes later.

Two other complementary lines

Line Bx - Makes the same circuit as the line B. However, functions as an express, taking approximately 53 minutes.

Gray line - Connects Ribeira to Batalha.

Metro do Porto
Metro do Porto

To travel in Metro you need to have one of the following titles:

The Andante (blue)

Metro works by zones; even if you travel in only one area, the lower price will be for two areas. It is a prepaid card with a limited number of trips. You can load the number of trips you need to do and when you're done, or cannot reload it.

The Andante Gold

This title is also prepaid. However, it has an unlimited number of trips, during a month. It can be reloaded in an ATM box.

More information in: www.metrodoporto.pt