Aveiro is a city in the Center of Portugal. Located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, Aveiro is an industrial, touristic city with an important seaport. Aveiro is known as “The Portuguese Venice”, due to its system of canals and boats similar to the Italian city of Venice.

Flying to Portugal

The closest airport is Francisco Sá Carneiro International Airport in Oporto, located some 70 kms to the north of Aveiro. Humberto Delgado International Airport in Lisbon is located 250 kms to the south of Aveiro.

From Oporto to Aveiro

The trip between the airport and the railway station (called Porto-Campanhã), which has direct rail connections to Aveiro, can be done by taxi for around 20€ and takes around 30 minutes. A less expensive way to reach the Porto-Campanhã railway station is to use the metro, which has a terminal at the airport. The trips between the airport and the railway station take about 30 minutes (Z4 ticket). The train journey to Aveiro takes between 40 minutes and 1h15, depending on the type of train used.
There are regular trains to Aveiro from Porto. Train timetable.  Oporto- Aveiro

From Lisbon to Aveiro

If you’re arriving by plane, the simplest form of transport to Aveiro is by train from Lisboa-Oriente railway station. To get to the train station, you can go by taxi, which takes about 10 minutes and costs around 10 €, but there are less expensive ways to get there, by bus, for example (lines 5 and 44) or by metro.

Train timetable. Lisbon – Aveiro

To reach the University Campus

Aveiro railway station is located about 20 minutes walking distance or 5 minutes taxi ride from the University campus.

Hotel information

Aveiro has many hotels.

Casa Do Cais
Hotel Aveiro Center
Melia Ria Hotel & Spa
Hotel Aveiro Palace
Hotel Imperial
Hotel Jardim

Additional information about hotels in Aveiro on google.com / booking.com

You will have not any problems to find comfortable accommodations in Aveiro, but if you will have questions, then contact us by emails: tema-icnmsme2022.aveiro@ua.pt or Igor Bdikin (bdikin@ua.pt).