Flights to Lisbon

Airlines that fly to Lisbon

Searching for cheap flights to Lisbon? A great selection of international airlines travel to the Portuguese city, including Emirates Airline, Singapore Airlines, British Airways and Air France.

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Need to know

Often overlooked on a European sojourn, Lisbon is one of the most unique and beautiful cities in Western Europe. Set on the Tagus River, it's also one of the oldest cities in Europe, its streets paved with distinctive calcadas (Portuguese cobblestones) and edged with whitewashed houses and grand, gothic buildings.

The city of Lisbon is spread over seven hills, so make sure you take in the spectacular views from one of the many miradouros (lookouts). Head to Belem for perhaps the best custard tarts in the world, and explore historic Jeronimos Monastery, a UNESCO-listed building wrought in the intricate Manueline style. Be sure to catch one of Lisbon’s iconic old-style trams into town, and stop into a cafe for a bica or a beer; this is a city known for its home-style hospitality, after all.

Hire a car and you’ll also have the freedom to explore the nearby mountain town of Sintra, with its many castles and monuments, the seaside holiday town of Cascais, and Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point on mainland Europe.

Getting around

Lisbon is a breeze to get around, thanks to its efficient and extensive public transport system. The city is serviced by 78 different bus lines between 5am and midnight, with 12 night lines running into the early hours. Buying a rechargeable 7 Colinas/Viva Viagem card will grant you access to most bus routes, as well as the city’s trams, urban trains, metro, and ferries. The metro offers a fast and convenient way to get around the city, with cheaper fares than many other European cities. Significant progress has been made in the way of bike lanes, but Lisbon’s hilly terrain and abundant tram lines can make cycling quite difficult for inexperienced riders. A combination of narrow streets, busy traffic and hard-to-find parking means that visitors to Lisbon often manage quite well without a car.
 

Lisbon features a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and wet, but mild, winters. Summer is peak season in Lisbon, when temperatures stay between 18 and 28 degrees and the beaches swarm with locals and tourists alike. Lisbon experiences one of Europe’s more pleasant winters, but the mild temperatures (9 to 15 degrees) are usually accompanied by a fair amount of rain. Enjoy the best of Lisbon by visiting in spring or autumn - hotel rates are lower and the crowds are thinner, but the temperature remains pleasant enough to get outside and explore the city.

Lisbon Portela (Humberto Delgado) Airport

Lisbon Airport is located just 6 kilometres kilometres north of the city centre. Flights travel to Lisbon Airport from a number of destinations including London, Toronto, Dubai, Rio de Janeiro, Madrid, Boston and Paris. A bus or taxi from the airport should take about 15 minutes to reach central Lisbon. 

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