How to get to Porto
Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport (OPO) is located 8 miles (13 km) to the north of Porto, in the Maia district. There are direct and non-direct flights to Porto from anywhere in the world.
You have an efficient public transportation network that ensures a quick and comfortable arrival at your destination.
For more information visit Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport
São Bento Railway Station is located in the Porto downtown area, at Praça Almeida Garrett. It is the terminal station for regional trains travelling between Porto and various northern destinations, such as Braga, Viana do Castelo and the Douro region. Campanhã Railway Station is the terminal station for trains leaving for and arriving from the south and connecting with international railway lines.
For more information visit CP.
How to get to ESEP by subway ?
Metro is the cheapest way to get from the Airport to Nursing School of Porto is by taking the city’s metro system. The line to ESEP is Hospital de S. João (yellow line D), IPO Station. You’ll be in ESEP approximately in 45 min. The price of a one-way ticket is €2.00.
You can get all the information in the metro site.
The city of Porto, known as Cidade Invicta (invincible city), is the second largest in Portugal, the capital of the Porto district and of the country’s northern region.
For more basic information visitporto you will find some basic data on Porto as well as information on various public and private services available.