will close on Feb 27th.

Please save any personal content and exchange contact info with other members you’d like to stay in touch with. Thank you for your contributions to the VirtualTourist community.

Cascais Travel Answers

change location

Another ? this time about the train schedules.

by charliekam Online Now Jul 22, 2004 at 8:57 PM

Can anyone help me read the train schedules that can be found at What do the different colors of the times mean? And what does it mean if there is no letter above the times listed? Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.

Quote & Answer
1 Answer
  • xonkas's Profile Photo

    Re: Another ? this time about the train schedules.

    by xonkas Online Now Jul 22, 2004 at 9:46 PM

    HI I'm a regular user of those trains and let me say there's nothing easier. So: A means everyday except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; C means only Saturdays, sundays and holidays; if there's no letter, then it's everyday. The colours represent the final stop of each train and the stops in between: for instance, from Lisbon to Cascais, green means that the train stops at every station until Oeiras, its final stop; if you want to go further, you must get out and simply wait for the next train (or you risk going back to Lisbon). Red means that the train stops only as mentioned, therefore being the fastest one to get from Lisbon to Cascais. Have a nice trip, X.

    Be the first to rate this answer!

    Was this helpful? Quote & Answer
Your Answer
Advanced Editor View Guidelines