HOW TO GET TO ÓBIDOS
Óbidos is located about 80 kilometres north of Lisbon.
For those travelling from the South, the best way is to take the A8 motorwaytowards “North” and take the first exit to “Óbidos” (Exit 15).
For those travelling from the North, coming on the A8, take the second exit to “Óbidos”.
For those coming from the interior of the country, on the A15 motorway (starting in Santarém), take the A8 in the direction “South” and take the first exit to “Óbidos”.
Via the national road, access to the village is via the National Road 8.
Óbidos is served by the bus company Rodoviária do Oeste.
The bus stop is located 100 meters from the historic centre, making this an excellent alternative to visit Óbidos. There are dozens of daily connections between Lisbon and Óbidos.
For more information about buses and timetables, please logon to the following website: www.rodoviariadooeste.pt .
Rail transportation is another alternative for those who wish to visit the town.
If you choose this mean of transport and are coming from the South, take the West line (about two and a half hours from Lisbon to Óbidos). The same if coming from the North: Take the Oeste line (passing through Figueira da Foz or Coimbra B towards Leiria and then Óbidos).
Óbidos train station is located about 1 km from the historic centre.
For more information about trains and schedules, please visit the www.cp.pt .
Where to park
Arriving in Óbidos, there are several car parks, properly signalled, on the outside of the Historic Centre. Three of these Parks are paid (the paved parks next to the Tourist Office) and the Park next to the Aqueduct, presently managed by the Firefighters of Óbidos.
Getting around the Municipality of Óbidos
OBI – Óbidos Local Transport
For more information and timetables, please see: https://www.cm-obidos.pt/obi
They are available 24 hours a day and are located at the entrance of the town gate of Óbidos, in a duly signposted area. If no cabs are in that designated area, you may also request one by calling one of our local taxi drivers:
Arlindo Cordeiro Nunes (+351) 919 941 421
Cândido Domingos (+351) 919 343 455 / (+351) 963 053 455
Daniel Leitão (+351) 964 807 539
João Paulo Silva: (+351) 917 520 420