Favourite airline: e.g. Brussels Airlines, Aer Lingus
31 % of bookings on this flight route are made with Brussels Airlines, Aer Lingus and Ryanair.
Brussels Airlines
13 %
Aer Lingus
13 %
Ryanair
5 %
Direct flights are cheaper
Compared to direct flights, flights with a stopover on this route are on average 13 % more expensive.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
03h 10min
11h 25min
09h 25min
£176
£202
£241
Favourite connection: via Brussels
Stopover flights on this route are especially popular via Brussels, making up 29 % of bookings.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Brussels
06h 15min, from £224
29 %
2 stopovers London Heathrow Madrid Barajas
09h 25min, from £241
22 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
05h 25min, from £219
20 %

Welcoming capital on the Atlantic

Lisbon is a warm city that enchants and fascinates. The Atlantic Ocean, delicious local food, vibrant culture, and plenty of sunshine attract numerous visitors to the capital of Portugal.

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Best period to visit and events

Thanks to a pleasant weather with mild winters and warm summers, Lisbon can be enjoyed at any time of the year. However, winter days can be windy and unpredictable. In terms of festivals and holidays, visitors can enjoy the Lisbon Carnival in mid-February. In June, the city celebrates its patron saint, Santo Antonio, with a variety of festivities.

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Important things to know before your holiday

The cost of living in Lisbon is generally cheaper than in London, whether it is for groceries and eating out, or public transport. For instance, it is possible to enjoy a menu at lunch for EUR 8.

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Local information for transfer, transport and accommodation

From Lisbon airport terminal 2, visitors need to take a shuttle going to terminal 1, where public transport is available. The metro is open from 6am till one in the morning and a ride to the city centre costs about EUR 2. From the airport, you have to go to Saldanha station and change lines to go to the centre of Lisbon. Taxis are also available, with fares between EUR 15 and EUR 20, and an additional fee of roughly EUR 1 per piece of luggage. They are easier to catch from departures during busy times at the airport. In terms of accommodation in Lisbon, hostel rooms cost around EUR 15 a night, while double rooms in hotels are available for approximately EUR 45. The public transport network is extensive in the Portuguese capital, comprising metro, buses, trams, urban trains and ferries. A single bus ticket costs about EUR 1.50 (more if you buy it on the bus), but day passes are available for around EUR 6. Zapping, which is similar to using an Oyster card in London, allows visitors to get cheaper rates. The rechargeable card 7 Colinas (also called Viva Viagem) offers good value. The Aerobus has 3 routes and a ride to the city centre costs around EUR 3.50, while a basic taxi fare is about EUR 3.50, and then about 50 cents per extra km. While public transport is great, many attractions in Lisbon are quite central and can be accessed on foot.

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