The Conference will take place at Iscte- University Institute of Lisbon. The campus is located in the center of Lisbon, easily accessible by bus and metro, with a good offer of hotels in the neighbourhood.
Iscte- University Institute of Lisbon
Av. das Forças Armadas,
1649-026 Lisboa, Portugal
Iscte is an innovative and dynamic university focused on the development of teaching and research. Its campus is located in the center of Lisbon, easily accessible by bus and metro. It is composed of four buildings and two courtyards.
How to get there:
There are numerous airlines and flights from different cities of the world to Lisbon airport (LIS), eg EasyJet, Ryanair, TAP, Air France, British Airways, etc.
Lisbon Airport is the main international port for Portugal.
It is one of the few airports in Europe located within a major city. The journey from the airport to ISCTE takes about 15-30 minutes.
Lisbon Airport has a metro station with a direct line to the city center. Take the red line (towards São Sebastião) and change in Saldanha station to the yellow line (towards Odivelas), get out at Entrecampos station and walk up Av. das Forças Armadas.
Visit the website of Lisbon Metro
The Aerobus departs from Lisbon Airport every 10 minutes. This service connects the airport to key parts of the city. Get out in Entrecampos and walk up Av. Forças Armadas.
Visit the website of Aerobus
Take one of the buses heading to Av. Forças Armadas: numbers 701 or 54. Get off at the “Faculty of Pharmacy” stop and you will find an entrance to the ISCTE-IUL on your right.
Visit the website of Carris
There are plenty of taxis and of private transport companies accessible by mobile app (Uber, Bolt, Cabify and Kapten) that serve Lisbon airport.
You can also rent a car directly at the airport, or take a shared vehicle (cars, motobikes, bikes and scooters, also accessible by mobile app).
To plan your stay in Lisbon, see what’ll be on in April, prepare cultural visits, please check the following websites:
Lisbon Tourism * TimeOut Lisbon * Indie Traveller * Portugalist