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For those looking to leave the lovely Romanian capital city, two international airports are available. Flights from Bucharest are available at either Henri Coanda International Airport located about 10 from the city center at 224 E, Calea BucureÅŸtilor, Otopeni, Ilfov, or at Aurel Vlaicu International Airport, which serves VIP passengers and lies closer to the center of town at only five miles away on 40, Åžoseaua Bucharest PloieÅŸti, district 1, Buchares. Henri Coanda is serviced by major commercial airlines such as Olympic Air, Austrian Airlines, Air France or British Airways while Aurel Vlaicu attracts private and chartered planes. Seats on flights originating from Henri Coanda can usually be booked through Orbitz.com.
There are two parking areas available at Henri Coanda located in front of the terminal. Long-term parking begins at about $11 a day, with the per-day costs lowering with three or more days. Short-term parking is about $0.85 for 30 minutes at the arrivals terminal.
Transportation to catch your flight at Henri Conada can be secured in several ways. A direct train service is available from the Bucharest North railway station to the airport's train station at a cost of about $1.70, with a shuttle bus providing transportation from the airport station to the departures and arrivals hall at the airport itself. If you'd prefer to take the bus however, you can catch the 783 route from the city center, which takes about 45 minutes to reach the airport and costs approximately $2. Taxis are also available to provide a ride from anywhere within the city, with the cost dependent on your origin location. The smaller Aurel Vlaicu is serviced by bus routes 131, 335 and 783, as well as the city's taxis.
A quick breakfast can be had at the Henri Coanda International Airport, before heading off on one of the available flights from Bucharest, either at the Bell Vue or at the World News CafÃ©, both located in the airport's public area. If you have time to eat before reaching the airport, however, the Grand CafÃ© Galleron located just east of Piata Revolutiei offers an all-day breakfast service.
The primary airport serving the city of Lisbon, Portugal, is Portela Airport. The airport is located within the Lisbon city limits and is serviced by a variety of airlines. Visitors can quickly and easily search for cheap flights to Lisbon using Orbitz.com. The site makes it convenient to search multiple airlines flying into Lisbon, including British Airways, Air France, Air Europa, Iberia, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, and US Airways. The airport is situated approximately seven kilometers from the center of the city.
Getting to and from Portela Airport is relatively easy due to the short distance from the airport to the downtown area. Travelers can choose to use the local bus service or taxi service. Car-rental services are also available at the airport. Visitors who wish to explore the city after arriving in Lisbon can book their car rental in advance using Orbitz.com
The climate in Lisbon is subtropical-mediterranean. The winters here tend to be relatively mild, while the summers are hot. During the months of March, April, and November, the weather is typically transitional. Temperatures may exceed the upper 70s during the day and drop to the low 50s at night. Dressing in layers may be appropriate if visiting during these months.
There is much to see and do in Lisbon. One of the most popular areas for sightseeing is the BelÃ©m district. This district is home to a number of monuments and landmarks, such as the BelÃ©m Tower and JerÃ³nimos Monastery. Shopping is also popular in Lisbon, but visitors should keep in mind that most shops here take an extended lunch break. To compensate, they also remain open quite late into the night. Visitors planning a trip to this great city can easily search for cheap flights to Lisbon using Orbitz.com. The site displays low-fare international flights from multiple airlines at once.
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