Faro, Portugal (PT)
Faro Airport lies 4km west of the city centre. Due to its location in the south of Portugal, it is also called Algarve Aiport. Since Algarve is a popular holiday resort, the airport gets very busy and crowded during high season in the summer. The Faro Airport has only one main terminal, which is divided into two areas:
- Arrival Area
- Departure Area
The terminal building has two levels. You will find restaurants and shopping options on the second floor. Wi-Fi access is available in the airport terminal.
There are different options for transportation. Beside car hire agencies in the arrival area of the building, bus and taxi stations are located outside the terminal. There is no train station at the airport. To get to the nearest train station, you have to go to the city centre of Faro.
You will find all taxis outside the terminal. There are different day and night tariffs.
Cost: Approximately EUR 10 to city center
Lines 14 and 16 run from the airport into various parts of Faro. It takes around 20 minutes to get into Faro. From the main bus terminal in the city, there are a number of buses that you could take to get to other destinations.
Cost: EUR 2.35 single fare
The play area is located in the main terminal building on the ground floor. Hours: 6:00-23:00 daily.
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