Passes can be purchased online until Friday, costing 9.50 euros for one day, 19 euros for three days and 26 euros for five days and will allow you to use the metro, bus, tram, lifts and elevator and urban trains on the Sintra, Cascais, Azambuja and Sado lines.

Between the 11th and 14th of November, passes can also be purchased at Lisbon airport, next to the event's accreditation tent, and, on the 14th and 15th, at Oriente station, on the Metropolitano floor, with prices of 22 euros for three days and 30 euros for five days.

During the event, Carris will provide a route to travel between Estação do Oriente and Praça do Comércio, with an average crossing time of 22.5 minutes.

The first and last trips leaving Praça do Comércio will take place at 08:00 and 20:00, respectively, while the first and last trips departing from Gare do Oriente are scheduled for 08:25 and 20:45 .

In the regular Carris service, routes 744 and 783 run from the airport to the center of Lisbon, routes 705 and 744 run between the airport and Web Summit (exit at Estação do Oriente) and routes 708, 728 , 744, 759, 782 and 794 between the center of Lisbon and Web Summit.

For Night Summit events, Carris offers careers at Hub Criativo do Beato, on the 13th (728 on Avenida Infante D. Henrique and 210 on Rua do Grilo), at Pátio da Galé, on the 14th (728, 732, 735, 736, 760, 774, 781, 15E, 206, 207, 208, 210) and at Pavilhão Carlos Lopes, on the 15th (702, 711, 712, 723, 727, 732, 736, 744, 746, 748, 753, 783, 207 ).

The 8th edition of the Web Summit in Lisbon will take place between the 13th and 16th of November and the participation of 2,600 startups and around 70 thousand people is expected.

The technological summit began in 2010 in Ireland and began to be held in Lisbon in 2016, where it is expected to remain until 2028.