A taxi ride costs about 20 to 30 Euros from the airport to the city and one can pre-book or directly board a cab off the terminal where there are plenty of English-speaking taxi drivers.
Fares rise by 20% in the evenings and during the weekends.
The Campanhã train station is the busiest in the city.
The São Bento railway station is the most central one.
Porto is served by international trains, Alfa Pendular (high-speed train), Intercity, Interregional, regional and urban trains, connecting the city to several destinations inside and outside the country.
Currently, the following routes are available to travel by train between Portugal and other European countries:
Portugal – Spain
The Lusitania night train links the Portuguese capital Lisbon with the Spanish capital of Madrid (11 hours).
The Celta train goes from Porto to Vigo (3hr 30 min).
Portugal – France
The Sud Expresso night train goes from Lisbon to Hendaye, in the south of France.