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Cabo Ruivo Metro Station, Lisbon

Cabo Ruivo Metro Station.
Entrance to the station

Cabo Ruivo Metro Station is on the Red Line of the Lisbon metro network. The station is close to the upmarket Parque Das Nações district on Avenida Pádua. The area around the station is within easy walking distance of several good hotels and is close to many restaurants near the Tagus waterfront.

In fact, the area is perfect if you have an early morning flight at Lisbon Airport. Additionally, it is a little away from the hustle and bustle, and occasional seediness, of Oriente Station.

The metro station opened in 1998 in time for the EXPO'98 of that year.

The station lies on the busy Avenida Pádua.
The station lies on the busy Avenida Pádua


Buses that serve Cabo Ruivo include the 750 running between Estação Oriente and Algés via Campo Grande, the 782 connecting Cais do Sodré and Praça José Queirós via Estação Santa Apolónia and the 794 to and from Terreiro do Paço and Oriente.

Cabo Ruivo Metro Station.
Ticket gates at the station


The nearby area has several murals by both Portuguese and foreign street artists on the walls Av. Pádua and Av. Infante Dom Henrique. Within the station itself there is modern art by David de Almeida.

Art by Bordalo II, Avenida Padua.
Art by Bordalo II, Avenida Pádua

Nearby Accommodation

If you wish to stay close to Cabo Ruivo and the Parque Das Nações here are several options. These include the 3-star Ikonik Lisboa, and virtually next door the 5-star Eurostars Universal Lisboa.

See a listing of hotels close to Cabo Ruivo.

Train from Aeroporto station.
Train from Aeroporto station

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