Staff and Contacts


Administrative and financial management
Tel. +351 21 792 00 00 | Extension: 11612

Tel. +351 21 792 00 00 | Extension: 11610


Communication of science
Tel. +351 21 792 00 00 | Extension: 11610



Centro de História da Universidade de Lisboa
Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa
Alameda da Universidade
1600-214 Lisboa

Phone: (+ 351) 217 920 000 | Extension: 11610)
​Skype: CH-ULisboa
Facebook: @chulisboa




How to get to CH-ULisboa

The Centre for History of the University of Lisbon is located in the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon, at the Cidade Universitária main campus. It is easily accessed by public transportation.

Lisbon Metro (network map)
- Cidade Universitária subway station (yellow line) near the University Hall (commonly known as Reitoria);
- Campo Grande subway station (green and yellow line) next to the Museum of Lisbon;
- From the Airport: take the red line (direction "São Sebastião") and change either at "Alameda" (to the green line) or at "Saldanha" (to the yellow line).


Urban bus service - Carris (network map)
- Near the University Hall and Cidade Universitária subway station: service lines 731, 735, 738, 755 764 e 768;
- By Alameda da Universidade: service lines 731, 735, 738 e 755;
- By the Campo Grande gardens, near the Faculty of Sciences: service lines 701, 717, 736, 750, 767 e 207 (night service).


Suburban bus service
- Near the University Hall and Cidade Universitária subway station: service line 176 from TST (to the Setúbal Peninsula);
- Several suburban services stop nearby the Campo Grande subway station (to areas north of Lisbon).


Suburban train service
- The closest train station from the Centre is Entrecampos station, easily accessed by subway (yellow line) and:
          Fertagus service (to the Setúbal Peninsula)
          Sintra Line (to areas West of Lisbon)
          Azambuja line (to areas Northeast of Lisbon)

- Furthermore, Entrecampos is serviced by several long-distance train services reaching all the main urban centres in Portugal, including Aveiro, Braga, Coimbra, Évora, Faro, Leiria and Oporto


Bike Lanes (network map)
- Access to the School of Arts and Humanities can also be made by bicycle, through the Corredor Central Bensaúde-Belavista bike lane. There is also a bike parking rack by the library main entrance.