The total driving distance from Lisbon, Portugal to Porto, Portugal is 196 miles or 315 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Lisbon, Portugal. It ends in Porto, Portugal.
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Buses and trains are available between Lisbon and Porto. For those who prefer to explore more of Portugal, driving would be the best option.
Lisbon the capital city of Portugal is about 195 miles (314 km) from Porto, the historic port wine capital. We recommend a stop at Coimbra to visit the University of Coimbra. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is located on a hill overlooking the city.
The university students still wear black robes to attend classes just like a few centuries ago. Notable buildings and attractions in the university include 12th-century Cathedral of Santa Cruz, the Royal Palace of Alcacova, Joanine Library and the Botanical Garden.
Porto is about 76 miles (122 km) from Coimbra. Its historic center, Ribeira was declared a UNESCO Heritage Center in 1996. Porto is located by the Douro River and has over 2,000 years of history. When in Porto, visit Ribeira Square, Se Do Porto (a 12th-century cathedral), Palacio da Bolsa, Dom Luis Bridge, Sao Francisco Church and Cais de Gaia for the beautiful skyline of Porto.
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