Come and visit us
The Central House Lisbon Baixa
R. dos Fanqueiros 300,
1100-213 Lisbon, Portugal
How to get there from the airport (Humberto Delgado Airport)
Take the Vm metro from the Airport stop towards São Sebastião to the Alameda stop. From there, transfer to the Vd metro at the Alameda stop and travel towards Cais do Sodré to the Rossio stop. Take the exit that says PRAÇA DA FIGUEIRA. It’s 1min walking to the hostel.
The metro ride costs 1.50€, plus the card, that it’s 0.50€. You can buy the card directly in the machines that you will find at the metro station.
We also offer a shuttle service for different prices – if you’re interested let us know so we can send you all the information. You have different options of shuttle (price per car not per person):
From Hostel to Airport:
1 or 3 passengers 18 euros
4 or 6 passengers 28 euros
7 to 8 passengers 38 euros
From the Airport to the Hostel:
1 or 3 passengers 35 euros
4 or 6 passengers 45 euros
7 to 8 passengers 55 euros
To book the service we need the flight number, time of arrival or departure and the city of origin, so the driver can identify you. The booking needs to be confirmed at least 10 hours in advance and the payment is made directly to the driver.
You can find a taxi rank in the arrivals area of each airport terminal (T1-T2). It’ll take you approximately 21 minutes to get to our hostel, though as you already know, this will depend on what the traffic is like in the city when you’re visiting.
A taxi costs around 11€-15€. Our address is: Rua dos Fanqueiros 300, Lisbon.
Two private hire vehicle companies operate in Lisbon: Uber and Cabify. To use them, you just need to open the app and request your car, which will arrive outside the airport to collect you in a few minutes.
An Uber costs around 8€. Our address is: Rua dos Fanqueiros 300, Lisbon.
Our recommendations for getting around Lisbon
One of the great pleasures… Immerse yourself in the Baixa district, a neighbourhood that is rich in culture, multiculture, diversity, leisure and fun. Enjoy the little things that the city centre has to offer: the food, the urban art, the markets, the history of Lisbon, all while burning calories.
Lisbon’s metro, considered one of the most extensive and best in Europe, is a fast, cheap, efficient, functional and charming way to travel around the city. The Central House Baixa is surrounded by different metro lines and stops located a few metres away, which will take you to any destination in Lisbon (museums, monuments, points of interest, etc.) in a very short time.
From the centre of Lisbon, you can take a boat to visit Cristo Rei or enjoy a meal on the other side of the river.
The city of Lisbon is well known for its famous tram network, so don’t miss the opportunity to ride the trams when you visit The Central House.