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We recommend flying from Paris Orly to Porto and then driving from Porto Airport to Viseu, which is the fastest option and takes around 8h 23m.
The cheapest way to get from Paris to Santa Comba Dão is to bus via Reims which costs 70€ - 110€ and takes 22h 50m.More details
The quickest way to get from Paris to Santa Comba Dão is to fly and towncar which costs 180€ - 420€ and takes 8h 23m.More details
No, there is no direct bus from Paris to Santa Comba Dão. However, there are services departing from Paris Charenton and arriving at S Comba Dao via Viseu. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 22h 40m.More details
No, there is no direct train from Paris to Santa Comba Dão. However, there are services departing from Paris Montparnasse 1 Et 2 and arriving at Santa Comba Dao via Hendaye. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 16h.More details
The distance between Paris and Santa Comba Dão is 1252 km. The road distance is 1523.7 km.Get driving directions
The best way to get from Paris to Santa Comba Dão without a car is to train and bus which takes 15h 54m and costs 140€ - 200€.More details
It takes approximately 8h 23m to get from Paris to Santa Comba Dão, including transfers.More details
Paris to Santa Comba Dão bus services, operated by ALSA, depart from Paris Charenton station.More details
Paris to Santa Comba Dão train services, operated by TGV inOui, depart from Paris Montparnasse 1 Et 2 station.More details
The quickest flight from Paris Orly Airport to Porto Airport is the direct flight which takes 2h 5m.Search flights
Paris to Santa Comba Dão bus services, operated by ALSA, arrive at Viseu station.More details
Santa Comba Dão is 1h behind Paris. It is currently 6:24 PM in Paris and 5:24 PM in Santa Comba Dão.
Paris to Santa Comba Dão train services, operated by Renfe Viajeros, arrive at Santa Comba Dao station.More details
Yes, the driving distance between Paris to Santa Comba Dão is 1524 km. It takes approximately 14h 18m to drive from Paris to Santa Comba Dão.Get driving directions
Vueling Airlines, easyJet, Transavia France and TAP Portugal offer flights from Paris Orly Airport to Porto Airport.Search flights
There are 160+ hotels available in Santa Comba Dão. Prices start at 87€ per night.More details
The best way to get from Paris to Paris CDG Airport is to train which takes 38 min and costs 10€.More details
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