Find cheap flights to Portugal
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|November||Best time to beat the crowds with an average 6% drop in price.|
|December||Most popular time to fly with an average 14% increase in price.|
Average price of a round-trip
|$792||(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)|
Good deal for a round-trip
Top tips for finding cheap flights to Portugal
- Looking for cheap airfare to Portugal? 25% of our users found round-trip tickets to Portugal for the following prices or less: From Boston Logan Intl $550, from Chicago $603, from Washington $647
- Book at least 4 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
- High season is considered to be January, November and December. The cheapest month to fly to Portugal is January.
- The Republic of Portugal marks the western edge of the European continent and, along with the islands off its coast, are serviced by several international airports. These airports include Humberto Delgado Airport (LIS), otherwise known as Lisbon Airport, Faro Airport (FAO) in the south and Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport (OPO), or Porto Airport, in the north.
- The northern region of Portugal includes the districts of Porto, Braga, Vila Real and Braganca and is home to Peneda-Geres National Park (Braga) and Montesinho Natural Park (Braganca). Porto Airport is the hub for this area, so if you wish to visit, it’s best to plan your flight from the US to Portugal to terminate there.
- Coimbra, Leiria, Santarem, Castelo Branco and Portalegre districts mark the central region of Portugal and lie between Porto and Lisbon. In order to save yourself travel time, it’s better to use Porto Airport for Coimbra and Lisbon Airport for Santarem, Castelo Branco and Portalegre, as it’s closer.
- The historical province of Extremadura is situated on the southwestern coast of Portugal along the Atlantic Ocean and is where the capital city of Lisbon is located. Other districts within reach of Lisbon Airport include Santarem, Setubal, Evora and Lisbon district itself.
- The Algarve marks the southern boundary of Portugal where it meets the Gulf of Cadiz and is home to Faro Airport, which is the regional hub for flights from the US to Portugal. It provides access, not only to the Algarve, but to the district of Beja, and is also a launching point to explore the islands of the Madeira Archipelago.
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