The city of Pombal is about 150 km from the cities of Lisbon and Porto, 33 km from Coimbra, 26 km from Leiria and 30 km from Figueira da Foz. Headquarters of a county that stretches from sea to mountains, with a Golden Beach located in the middle of the National Forest of the Bear, Pombal is a county full of history and mostly rural, with 626 Km2 and 51 thousand inhabitants. Easily accessible, the town will serve as a cinematic retreat for comedy film lovers who gather there to watch and talk about movies.
HOW TO GETTo get to Pombal the best options are to travel by train or by car. International travel has an easy connection to the city through these two means, either from Lisbon airport or Oporto.
The A1 highway, as well as the IC2 and IC8 are the best and fastest options to reach the city of Pombal.
With Pombal’s Railway Station located on the North Line, the main Portuguese railway line, Pombal is accessible by regional, long distance – intercity and commuter trains – and international trains.
For those coming from Leiria, district headquarters, by public transport, we recommend the intercity bus, with prices starting at 6,00€.
From Campanhã station, the trip takes 1h30m, by intercity train, with tickets starting at 12€.
From Oriente station, by intercity train, it is possible to get from the capital to Pombal in 1h30m, with prices starting at 17€.
The proximity between the two counties, Pombal is easily accessible from Coimbra by regional train. The trip from Coimbra Station A to Pombal takes 40min, with tickets starting at 4.90€.