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How To Reach Braga

Planning A Trip To Braga? Here are some guidelines on how to reach Braga

Braga is a small but charming town located in the northern half of Potgual, close by to Porto. It is surrounded by lush countryside and has a historic charm of exquisite cathedrals and monuments which makes it a growing tourism powerhouse in the country. The city is equally easily reachable, via road, rail and air. Porto Airport is the closest to Braga. For local travel, both the railway and bus/taxi services are viable options, with the former being a quicker and marginally more expensive option. Exploring the city locally on foot is the recommended form of travel, as it gives visitors deeper insights and a new found appreciation for the city. To learn more about the best ways to reach Braga, check out the article below. 

By Air

By Air:  How To Reach Braga
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The best and most convenient way to reach Braga, especially for international travellers is to fly to the nearest airport in Porto and then use any of the taxi, train or bus transfer options to get into the city. Having no domestic aiport of its own, this is the only way to reach Braga. The airport is extremely well-connected to majority of the significant cities in and around Europe and other parts of the world. There is a high flight frequency with multiple daily flight options being presented to visitors. 

By Road

By Road:  How To Reach Braga
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Located about 55 km away from Porto, one of the most popular and efficient forms of local travel is via Portugal's expert network of roadways. Porto has several public and private taxi and bus transfer options to get to Braga. The Rede Expressos national bus service has several daily options to take visitors to Braga locally and tickets can be purchased online or in person and journey takes approximately 45 minutes. 

By Rail

By Rail:  How To Reach Braga
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Another one of the best and quickest ways to get to Braga is via rail. Braga Railway Station is well-connected to majority of the significant cities in and around Portugal like Coimbra, Porto and Lisbon and even other parts of Europe. The station was renovated and modernized back in 2004 and is a state of the art facility. It is a marginally more expensive option compared to the bus tickets. However, the journey time is reduced so it makes for a more comfortable trip. 

Getting Around

Getting Around:  How To Reach Braga
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Braga is a relatively small, cosy city that can be best scaled by foot, to get a true appreciation of its atmosphere. Alternatively there are both local bus and taxi services that visitors will have at their disposal. The Transportes Urbanos de Braga is the local transportation body that is best known for its local inter-city bus service. It is affordable and extremely convenient, perfect for budget travellers. 

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