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The most convenient way to move around Lisbon is by subway (Metro), by bus (Carris) or by taxi. The extensive bus and electrico (tram) network is run by Carris.
In general, the Metro system in Lisbon is very reliable and safe, and is usually the best way to quickly get around the city. For the map of metro stations, please click here.
The best and, in many cases, the sole way to pay for city transport is buying a rechargeable green-coloured card 7 Colinas (Viva Viagem). It's valid for metro, trams (electrico), urban trains, most buses and ferries. These cards can be bought in vending machines inside Metro Stations and you can buy trips or load money on the card.
The whole city of Lisbon is provided with an urban transport network with convenient timetables and frequent buses. CARRIS/Metro Ticket is valid for a trip across the CARRIS and Metro network for 60 minutes after the first input validation.
The fare on the taxi meter should read 3.25 € (daytime) or 3.90 € (night time). Outside the city limits, city fares are charged per kilometer (daytime fare 0.94 €/km; night time fare € 1.13/km). An additional 1.60 € is charged for the transportation of luggage or animals. Before taking a taxi, inquire about the fare.