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There are 6 ways to get from Badajoz to Lisbon by bus, train, rideshare or car

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Bus via Lisboa - Oriente  •  2h 48m

  1. Take the bus from Badajoz to Lisbon Oriente A9/A3936/A4234 / ...

14€ - 27€

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Rideshare  •  2h 39m

  1. Take the rideshare from Badajoz to Lisbon 226.2 km

5€ - 19€

4 alternative options

Bus  •  3h

  1. Take the bus from Badajoz to Lisbon Sete Rios A9/A3936/A4234 / ...

12€ - 35€

Bus #2  •  3h 11m

  1. Take the bus from Badajoz to Almada 793 / ...

14€ - 17€

Bus, train  •  3h 49m

  1. Take the bus from Badajoz to Évora A9/A3936/A4234 / ...
  2. Take the train from Evora to Lisboa - Entrecampos Ic

19€ - 29€

Drive  •  2h 15m

  1. Drive from Badajoz to Lisbon 227.1 km

26€ - 40€

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The most affordable way to get from Badajoz to Lisbon is to rideshare, which costs 5€ - 19€ and takes 2h 39m.

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The quickest way to get from Badajoz to Lisbon is to drive which costs 26€ - 40€ and takes 2h 15m.

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Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Badajoz and arriving at Lisbon Sete Rios. Services depart four times a day, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 3h.

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The distance between Badajoz and Lisbon is 188 km. The road distance is 227.1 km.

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The best way to get from Badajoz to Lisbon without a car is to bus via Lisboa - Oriente which takes 2h 48m and costs 13€ - 27€.

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It takes approximately 2h 48m to get from Badajoz to Lisbon, including transfers.

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Badajoz to Lisbon bus services, operated by Rede Expressos, depart from Badajoz station.

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Badajoz to Lisbon bus services, operated by Rede Expressos, arrive at Lisbon Sete Rios station.

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Lisbon is 1h behind Badajoz. It is currently 1:42 AM in Badajoz and 12:42 AM in Lisbon.

Yes, the driving distance between Badajoz to Lisbon is 227 km. It takes approximately 2h 15m to drive from Badajoz to Lisbon.

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  • Distance: 188.3 km
  • Duration: 2h 48m

What companies run services between Badajoz, Spain and Lisbon, Portugal?

Rede Expressos operates a bus from Badajoz to Lisbon Oriente 4 times a day. Tickets cost 12€ - 16€ and the journey takes 2h 30m. Four other operators also service this route.

Train operators
Comboios De Portugal

Comboios de Portugal (CP) is the national railway network of Portugal that spans over 2700km, with trains split into three main types: regional, urban and intercity trains; international and domestic high-speed trains; and international night trains. Portugal's main stations are Santa Apolónia in Lisbon and Campanha in Porto – these connect to trains in Portugal's cities and international destinations. The Alfa Pendular, the fastest train in Portugal, is a popular travel choice, as it can run at a speed of up to 250 km/h. You can book train tickets up to 60 days in advance.

Contact Details
Phone
+351 707 210 220
Website
cp.pt
Train from Evora to Lisboa - Entrecampos
Ave. Duration
1h 21m
Frequency
4 times a day
Estimated price
10€ - 15€
Website
Comboios De Portugal
Urbano
10€ - 15€
Bus operators
Rede Expressos

Rede Nacional de Expressos is a cheap and convenient way to get around the country. In business since 1995, Portugal’s biggest bus operator services villages and cities across the country. Tickets can be purchased up to 30 days before the date of travel, with discounted fares available via their free RFLEX Card. Most coaches have WiFi and power sockets.

Contact Details
Phone
707 22 33 44
Email
cliente@rne.pt
Website
rede-expressos.pt
Bus from Badajoz to Lisbon Oriente
Ave. Duration
2h 30m
Frequency
4 times a day
Estimated price
12€ - 16€
Schedules at
rede-expressos.pt
Bus from Badajoz to Lisbon Sete Rios
Ave. Duration
3h
Frequency
4 times a day
Estimated price
12€ - 35€
Schedules at
rede-expressos.pt
Bus from Badajoz to Évora
Ave. Duration
1h 15m
Frequency
4 times a day
Estimated price
9€ - 12€
Schedules at
rede-expressos.pt
FlixBus

One of Europe’s leading bus companies, Flixbus serves 2000+ destinations in 29 countries, including Germany, France, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands and Croatia and into Scandinavia and eastern Europe, as well as some US cities. Coaches have toilets, free WiFi and power outlets, plus snacks and drinks for purchase on board. Flixbus is a good choice for the budget-conscious traveller; purchase tickets in advance for the cheapest fares (note: there is no option to reserve a seat in advance).

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Contact Details
Phone
+49 1807 123 99 123
Email
info@flixbus.de
Website
flixbus.de
Bus from Badajoz to Lisbon
Ave. Duration
3h 25m
Frequency
Once daily
Estimated price
13€ - 17€
Website
flixbus.co.uk
Bus from Badajoz to Almada
Ave. Duration
2h 55m
Frequency
Once daily
Estimated price
13€ - 16€
Website
flixbus.co.uk
Bus from Badajoz to Evora
Ave. Duration
1h 25m
Frequency
Once daily
Estimated price
8€ - 10€
Website
flixbus.co.uk
ALSA

A Spanish subsidiary of National Express, ALSA provides bus and coach services across Spain and neighbouring countries including Portugal, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Poland and Malta. Founded in 1923, ALSA values service and the customer experience. Buses are equipped with communal TV screens showing movies, individual behind-seat screens, ALSA radio, app for books and music, and free WiFi. ALSA services are accessible to people with disabilities, and guide dogs are welcome on all journeys. There are three types of tickets on offer (Frequent Traveller Pass, Share Pass and ALSA Pass), along with discounts for senior citizens, students and children.

Contact Details
Phone
+34 902 42 22 42
Website
alsa.es
Bus from Badajoz to Lisboa Oriente
Ave. Duration
3h 15m
Frequency
Once daily
Estimated price
19€ - 26€
Website
alsa.com
Bus from Badajoz to Lisbon Sete Rios
Ave. Duration
3h 30m
Frequency
Once daily
Estimated price
19€ - 27€
Website
alsa.com
Bus from Badajoz to Evora
Ave. Duration
1h 15m
Frequency
Once daily
Estimated price
9€ - 14€
Website
alsa.com
Dary Commerce
Phone
+3592917400
Email
info@darytravel.com
Website
dary.bg
Bus from Badajoz to Lisbon Gare do Oriente
Ave. Duration
1h 59m
Frequency
Once a week
Schedules at
dary.bg
Other operators
BlaBlaCar.es
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Contact Details
Website
blablacar.com
Rideshare from Badajoz to Lisbon
Ave. Duration
2h 39m
Frequency
Every 4 hours
Estimated price
5€ - 19€
Book at
blablacar.es

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