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Plane or Train Lisbon to Porto?

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My husband & I have a cycling trip in the Duoro Valley of Portugal in early summer.
We will be going to Lisbon first and want to spend a day in Porto before heading further north for the cycling portion of the trip.
We are traveling on miles/points and can include a flight from Lisbon to Porto.
Alternatively, we can take the train to Porto.

So, I need advice of whether to take the 55 minute flight or the 2+ hour train ride.

Considering convenience and costs of getting to and from train stations vs. airports, the security of checked luggage at the airport, the extra cost of 2 train tix, and having to get to the airport a little early.

Train or Plane?

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