Estadio do Dragon A soccer stadium in the Portuguese metropolis of Porto. This stadium is the home stadium of FC Porto, a professional soccer team. It is usually used for soccer games, but it is also used as a live music venue. It is a known place for famous artists such as Coldplay, One Direction and The Rolling Stones to use this venue.
Estádio do Dragão
|Estádio do Dragão
|Via Futebol Clube do Porto, 4350-415 Porto, Portugal
|FC Porto – Clube – Estádio do Dragão
Subway Dragan Stadium Station
The nearest airport is Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport.
|Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport
|4470-558 Vila Nova da Telha, Portugal
|Home | Aeroporto do Porto (aeroportoporto.pt)
There are many means of transportation in Porto. There are three ways to use the Andante Card, which is a must for using public transportation in Porto.
- Andante：The ticketing fee is 0.50 euros at the time of the first purchase, and after that, you can use it as many times as you like by charging at the automatic ticket vending machine. Can be used on metro, bus and subway lines of the Portuguese Railway.
- Andante 24：Unlimited rides on the metro and city buses 24 hours a day. This card has a limited number of places to go in the metro.
- Andante Tour：This card allows unlimited rides on the metro and city buses in all zones, as well as trains in the suburbs. The fare is 7 euros for a 1-day ticket (24 hours) and 15 euros for a 3-day ticket (72 hours)
There is also a Porto card, including unlimited metro, city bus and railroad rides. The price is 13 euros a day.
“Andante”, “Andante 24”, and “Andante Tour” can be purchased at Andante shops at airports and metro stations, ticket machines at stations, tourist information centers in the city, and some hotels, respectively.
The metro is the easiest for tourists to use. There are 6 routes A to F, and the fare is a zone system. It is a system in which charges are added each time a fixed zone is crossed.
The fee is 1.9 euros when paid in the car. The D line of the metro runs through the old town. In addition to city buses, there are also two-story sightseeing buses operated by yellow buses and city sight seeing.
There are three trams running in the old town. All three lines run every 30 minutes from 8:00 to 21:00. The price is 3.5 euros and the 2-day ticket is 10 euros, both of which can be purchased in the car.
There is also a cable car that runs from the foot of the Don Luis I Bridge to Batalha Square. It runs every 8 minutes from 8:00 to 22:00. The price is 2.50 euros.
It is an eight-seater and connects a distance of about 600m. It takes about 5 minutes. 6 euros one way, 9 euros round trip. You can get on from Vila Nova de Gaia.