The port is equipped with two cruise terminals – the Alcântara Terminal and the Santa Apolónia Terminal –, all of which are located on the North bank of River Tagus, surrounded by the historical and cultural centre of Lisbon, which is a unique advantage those who visit the city. Passengers can access, on foot, the centre of the city from any of these terminals.
All terminals are equipped with passenger and baggage X-Rays, and also have crafts stores and public telephone, and a parking area for passenger busses and taxis.
The buildings which support the terminals of Alcântara and Rocha Conde de Óbidos were built in the forties, according to the project by the architect Pardal Monteiro and are considered to be unique, not only because of their architectural style, but also because of the panels by the modern poet and painter Almada Negreiros which can be admired by passengers who appreciate art and culture.
The port of Lisbon features also the new cruise quay, the Jardim do Tabaco quay.