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Top places to visit in Portugal

Cheap flights to Portugal from $305 One Way, $59 Round Trip

$59 return flights and $305 one-way flights to Portugal were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.


Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
MAD Lisbon District May 8 - May 12 $59
MAD Porto May 9 - May 12 $108
BCN Lisbon District May 9 - May 13 $135
BCN Porto May 9 - May 13 $164
LGW Porto May 9 - May 16 $178
LGW Lisbon District May 9 - May 16 $179
ORY Faro May 9 - May 28 $193
MAD Faro May 9 - May 16 $208
LHR Faro May 8 - May 15 $219
CDG Lisbon District May 8 - May 15 $238
FRA Porto May 8 - May 15 $244
MAD Santa Cruz May 9 - May 16 $345
BOS Faro May 8 - May 29 $397
LHR Ponta Delgada May 8 - May 15 $508
BHD Faro May 8 - May 15 $562
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Why You Should Fly To Portugal

From beaches to mountains and vibrant cities to ancient vineyards, Portugal has it all. A fantastic destination for anyone with a love of wine, food, architecture or surfing, you’ll find plenty to keep you busy in this picturesque country.

Book your flights to Portugal today and discover this unique little corner of Europe for yourself.

When To Book Flights To Portugal

Although summers in Portugal are long and hot, winters can be very wet, especially outside of the Algarve. If you want to avoid the rain, book your tickets to Portugal between May and October when blue skies and sunshine are the norm. If you’re travelling to Porto or the north, hot weather is really only guaranteed in July and August.

As the Algarve enjoys over 300 days of sunshine a year, there’s a good chance you’ll experience good weather if you’re travelling to the region. However, as cheap flights to Portugal can be harder to find in the summer, you’ll need to book early if you want to grab a bargain.

How To Find The Best Flight Deals To Portugal

Boost your chances of finding a cheap airfare to Portugal by using Orbitz to plan your trip. Use the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the results page to see if you could save money by flying on a different day. You can also use the ‘Nearby airports’ link to check if there are any other departure or arrival points you could use for your trip.

You can refine or edit your search at any point using the ‘show options’ link at the top of the page. And the filters to the left of your flight results are there to help you narrow down your options by price, number of stops, duration and airline.

Main Airports in Portugal

  • Humberto Delgado Airport (LIS)

Known simply as Lisbon Airport, Humberto Delgado Airport is the busiest in the country. A hub for TAP Air Portugal and a focus city for a number of low-cost carriers, the airport offers an excellent choice of flights to destinations around the world. A direct metro line links the terminal with the city center and surrounding areas. Buses and taxis are also available at the airport.

  • Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport (OPO)

Newer and more spacious than Lisbon Airport, Porto’s Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport is the second busiest air hub in the country. Located just north of the city, the airport is connected to Porto via the city’s metro network and by buses and taxis.

  • Faro Airport (FAO)

The gateway to the Algarve, Faro is the main destination for passengers flying to Portugal for a beach break. Although direct flights are available from Faro to several European destinations throughout the year, the number of services increases dramatically in the summer when seasonal routes come into operation.

Which Airlines Fly To Portugal

A number of airlines offer non-stop and connecting services between Portugal and US destinations. These include:

  • American Airlines
  • British Airways
  • Delta Airlines
  • TAP Air Portugal
  • United Airlines

How To Get Around Portugal

Most large towns and cities in Portugal are connected by the country’s bus network. Buses are comfortable and affordable and generally run on time. Trains connect Lisbon with Porto, Braga, the Algarve and some international destinations.

If you want to get off the beaten track and explore a little more of the Portuguese countryside, hire a car when you touch down in the country. Although driving in cities can be a little hectic, highways and rural roads are generally very quiet.

Internal flights connect Lisbon, Porto and Faro and if you’re traveling to the Azores or Madeira, flying is your only option.

Places To Visit In Portugal


Incredibly beautiful and offering a fantastic choice of shops, restaurants, cultural attractions and atmospheric neighborhoods, Lisbon is one of Europe’s best city break destinations. Spend your days wandering through the winding streets of ancient Alfama, take in the sweeping vistas from one of the city’s lofty viewpoints and party the night away in bustling Bairro Alto.


Portugal’s second city has seen a sharp rise in visitor numbers in recent years. The city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the surrounding region produces some of the best wine in the world. Visit the port wine cellars on the opposite bank of the river to enjoy great vintages and outstanding views.

The Algarve

Portugal’s main holiday destination, the Algarve covers the entire southern section of the country. As well as a choice of fantastic beaches, the region has a number of high quality golf courses and some lovely countryside. Head to the western Algarve if you want to escape the crowds and see a wilder side of the region.

Tips And Tricks For Traveling in Portugal

US citizens don’t need a visa to travel to Portugal but you will need to carry a valid passport. Portugal operates on Greenwich Mean Time.

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