Oceanario Super Ticket

Oceanario Super Ticket

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Lisbon's Oceanarium is the most visited cultural spot in the city. Which is understandable: this giant aquarium, dedicated entirely to the oceans and their conservation, is home to species that you’ll definitely want to see.

The Lisbon Oceanarium houses over 8,000 sea creatures. That’s why this location should be on your list of must-see locations, with its large central salt water tank and four marine habitats. Here you’ll get to see graceful manta rays up close, stunning coral reefs, several species of sharks and sea otters, among many other amazing creatures. Now, with just a single ticket, when you hop off at the Oceanarium stop, you won't miss out on a visit to this unique cultural location.

The Hop on Hop off Bus service stops at the Oceanario but also stops at other great highlights in Lisbon. The perfect way to get to know Lisbon! Your ticket is valid for 48 hours to hop on and off at stops like Praça Marquês de Pombal, Torre de Belém, Estádio da Luz but also Oceanario. 

The Oceanario Super Ticket includes

  • Tickets for the Oceanario
  • Tickets for the Hop on Hop off Bus (valid for 48 hours) - including audioguide (see FAQ which languages)

Why you should book these ticket:

  • Normal price €44,50 but Oceanario Super Ticket is €38,50 per adult
  • No timeslots for Oceanario - you can determine when to enter
  • Great way to get to know Lisbon with the Hop on Hop off Bus service (valid for 48 hours)


How does it work with the Hop on Hop off Bus?

Your tickets are valid for 48 consecutive hours from the moment you start using the tickets. You can show your ticket at one of the stops listed below (you can find them also on your ticket). The bus stops also at Oceanario. It includes the following audioguides on the bus: English, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Dutch, Polish, Arabic, Greek, Japanese, Russian, Basque and Catalan. 

Where does the bus stop? 

There are 2 routes for the Hop on Hop off Bus:
Belem Line [Red Line]:
Stop 1 - Praça Marquês de Pombal | Stop 2 - Avenida da Liberdade | Stop 3 - Restauradores | Stop 4 - Rossio | Stop 5 - Rua do Comércio | Stop 6 - Cais do Sodré | Stop 7 - Museu de Arte Antiga | Stop 8 - Museu dos Coches | Stop 9 - Mosteiro dos Jerónimos | Stop 10 - Torre de Belém | Stop11 - Padrão dos Descobrimentos | Stop 12 - Alcântara | Stop 13 - Estrela | Stop 14 - Amoreiras | Stop 15 - Saldanha | Stop 16 - Campo Pequeno | Stop 17 - Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian | Stop 18 - Sete Rios / Zoo | Stop 19 - Mesquita | Stop 20 - El Corte inglês | Stop 21 - Parque Eduardo VII

Oriente Line [Blue Line]:
Stop 1 - Praça Marquês de Pombal | Stop 2 - Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian | Stop 3 - Estádio da Luz | Paragem 4 - Colombo | Stop 5 - Cidade Universitária | Stop 6 - Campo Grande | Stop 7 - Oceanário | Stop 8 - Casino de Lisboa | Stop 9 - C.C. Vasco da Gama | Stop 10 - Torre Vasco da Gama | Stop 11 - Gare do Oriente | Stop 12 - Museu do Azulejo | Stop13 - Santa Apolónia | Stop14 - Museu do Fado | Stop15 - Casa dos Bicos | Stop16 - Rua do Comércio | Stop17 - Rossio | Stop18 - Restauradores | Stop 19 - Parque Eduardo VII

How many times does the stop?

Important information/duration:
Belem Line [Red Line]: 01h50m
Oriente Line [Blue Line]: 02h00m

Belem Line [Red Line]
Approx. every 30 minutes.

Oriente Line [Blue Line]
From November 1st to March 31st
Approx. every 60 minutes.
From April 1st to October 31st
Approx. every 30 minutes.

How does it work at the Oceanario?

For this combi-ticket you will receive the tickets for the Oceanario in the bus from the staff of the bus. You can enter the Oceanario when you want. The Oceanario is open between 10h00 a.m. and 07h00 p.m.