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Flights from London to Lisbon

Flight information London to Lisbon

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$38

Non-stop airlines

7

Flights per week

137

Average flight time, total distance 988 miles

2h 35min

Most popular airline last month

TAP

Lisbon

1 airport

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European travel can be a great adventure as you explore different cultures, histories, and cuisines. If you are thinking about flying from London, England to the capital city of Portugal, Lisbon, then you are likely looking to book a flight at a great price. Skyscanner can help you do just that. Use the cheapest month search feature if you are flexible about when you travel or you can set up price alerts to keep you up-to-date on the best deals.

Traveling from London

There are six different international airports in London that you can choose from when you want to travel to Lisbon. These airports are:

  • London Luton Airport
  • Southend
  • Heathrow International Airport
  • Stansted
  • London City Airport
  • Gatwick Airport

Heathrow International Airport is the largest of these options and offers the largest variety of airlines and international flight options. In 2015, Heathrow International Airport had almost 75 million passengers travel through the airport. However, all of these London airports have much to offer when you are traveling throughout Europe.

Airlines Flying Between London and Lisbon

When you are thinking about booking yourself a flight between London and Lisbon, you will be able to choose from a variety of different airlines. Some of these airlines include:

  • Ryanair
  • Monarch
  • British Airways
  • TAP Portugal
  • Air Europa
  • easyJet
  • Swiss
  • KLM
  • Lufthansa
  • Air France
  • Eurowings

All of these airlines will fly between at least one of the London airports and Lisbon, giving you a plethora of options when you are planning a trip.

Arriving in Lisbon

Lisbon International Airport, also commonly known as the Lisbon Portela Airport, is the only major airport serving the Lisbon area. As such, no matter which London airport you choose to fly from, you will arrive in Portugal through Lisbon International. This is the largest airport in the country and receives nearly all of the nation’s international travel.

When you arrive in Lisbon, you will have numerous transportation options available to you. The metro is the quickest and easiest way to get from the airport throughout the city. However, buses and taxis are also available if you are so inclined. There are seven rental car companies that operate from the airport and you can even book your car ahead of time using Skyscanner’s rental car search feature. You will find the rental car desks before the security checkpoints in the airport terminals.

What to Do in Lisbon

Once you have landed and gotten all of your transportation arrangements made from the airport, you may be wondering what you should attractions and sights you should head out to first. Lisbon as well as the whole of Portugal can offer you a wide array of activities to try and attractions to explore. If you love historical sites and architecture, then you should head over to the Lisbon Cathedral, which was built in the 12th Century but has been rebuilt throughout the centuries due to earthquake damage, giving it a one-of-a-kind appeal and design. On the other hand, if you want to get a sense of the interesting cultural history of Portugal, head to São Jorge Castle, which is an ancient Moorish castle. And, of course, for the nature lover, you can check out the Lisbon Oceanarium or head outside the city and visit the Reserva Natural do Estuário do Tejo which is a wildlife reserve.

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