GETTING TO US

Opening in early 2020, YOTEL Porto, the first YOTEL in Iberia, will be conveniently located in the heart of the traditional centre at Rua Gonçalo Cristóvão. The hotel is a short walk from the city’s main attractions including the medieval streets of Riberia, littered with restaurants and cafes, the ancient wine estates of the Douro River and the Port Wine lodges of Gaia.  In addition, YOTEL Porto’s location gives direct access to the airport from Trindade Metro Station whilst São Bento train station is also nearby, famous for its illustrative blue and white tiles. 

 

Airplane

By air

YOTEL Porto is approximately a 20-minute drive by car from Francisco Sá Carneiro airport. The airport has excellent bus, shuttle or subway transport links to the city center.

By train

YOTEL Porto is a 15-minute walk to the iconic São Bento Station. Connect with the North lines, Douro and Minho region, as with Lisbon and other Portugal regions.

Porto Train Station in Portugal
Getting around in Porto, Portugal

By car

Porto is a busy, cosmopolitan city, where many people who live outside the city move by car. YOTEL Porto has easily accessible parking (prices upon request) as well as nearby street parking.

Getting around

Taxis: a taxi ride from the airport to YOTEL Porto is priced at around €25. On Saturdays, Sundays, Bank Holidays, and everyday 9pm -6am, there is a 20% increase on taxi prices.

Subway: YOTEL Porto is a 5-minute walk from Trindade metro station, which has connections to all lines. Buy the Andante card, which allows for travel in all transports of the network (train, bus and subway). An Andante card for 24 hours is priced at €7, and for 72 hours it is priced at €15.

Taxis in Porto