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Flight4.com provides an easy to use platform to search, compare and book discount flight tickets to Lisbon Portugal and for holiday charter flights to Faro airport in the Algarve. You can also search and compare airfares using our dedicated (UK departures only search) with cheap deals on scheduled, budget and holiday charter flights. Non stop direct services to Lisbon are operated by Easyjet, British Airways and TAP Portugal. Easyjet operates from London Luton Airport with a flight time of 2hrs 40mins. TAP Portugal operates our of London Gatwick airport (LGW) with a flying time of 2hrs 40mins. British Airways operates from London Heathrow (LHR) with a flying time of 2hrs 35mins.

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Portugal - warm by nature. The natural advantages of a sunny country with diverse geographical features have turned Portugal into a chosen destination for many European holidaymakers – an ideal place to practise water sports and play great golf. Booking your next hotel with Hotel2 is very easy. Hotel2 has 100's of discount hotel rates and low cost apartment prices throughout the Algarve and the Estoril coastal towns and resorts. The Portuguese are friendly and easy-going with authentic treasures to show off in their cathedrals, palaces and museums.

Discount Flights to Lisbon LIS Portugal. Direct services operate to Lisbon from London Heathrow. Non direct routes with a change of aircraft are available with Iberia Airlines changing in Madrid and Air France with a change in Paris.

General Facts: Currency: Euro. Electricity: 220 volts. Driving: Traffic drives on the right. Language: Portuguese. International Dialling code from the UK: 00 351. Mobile phones: All major networks.

Climate: The north-west has hot summers and mild winters with heavy rainfall; the north-east long winters and hot summers; the south warm summers, with rain in early spring and autumn. Both Madeira and the Azores are subtropical.

Major Events: Filmoda fashion trade show (Lisbon) (January). Ceramex home interior exhibition (February). Lisbon & Oporto festival (March). Ralleye de Portugal (Mid March). Maderia Open Golf (March). Portuguese Open (Algarve) (April). Estoril Tennis Open (April). Almada Theatre Festival (July).

Top Attractions: Belem Tower, Cathedral (Lisbon). Monument of the Maritime Discoveries (Lisbon). St. George's Castle (Lisbon). Wine lodges and Clerigos (Oporto). St. Francisco Church (Oporto). The Algarve Coast beach resorts.

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Lisbon City Guide

Lisbon Portugal

A City Guide To Lisbon.

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Tourist Information: www.portugalinsite.pt

Lisbon. Cosmopolitan, multi-cultural and steeped in history. Lisbon is a lively international city and boasts a proud and ancient history. It has witnessed the departures of the most famous ships and navigators, sailing on voyages of discovery to the furthest corners of the world. The famous 'Monument to the Discoveries' is one of Lisbon's strongest images, a tribute to Lisbon's historical link and it's seafaring past.

The city is divided into four main areas, Baixa and Amalfa, Bairro Alto and Estrela, North Lisbon and Belem. The Alfama quarter is the oldest surviving part of the city and is home to Castelo de Sao Jorge, the Moorish Castle which can be seen almost anywhere in the city.

What to see in Lisbon: Lisbon today is lively and vibrant, with a hoard of street side cafes, restaurants and modern shops. The medieval Alfama district is filled with endless narrow cobbled streets and is a good starting point for exploration.

The Catelo de Sao Jorge (St. George's Castle) is an excellent starting point to survey Lisbon, with its splendid panoramic views over the city. Walk down from here amongst the twisting alleys and tilting houses then take the inexpensive funicular up to the bohemian Bairro Alto district, home of the famed 'fado houses'.

Take a ride on an Edwardian tram through Lisbon's glorious past. Tram 28 takes you between the Alfama and Estrela Basilica. Stroll amongst the flowery parks or tree-lined streets like Avenida da Liberdade - the Chams Elysees of Portugal.

Outside Lisbon: Travel to the waterside to visit the Tower of Belem and on to the elegant Estoril, home to exiled Royalty and the fishing village of Cascais. There are several good museums including the Gulbenkian and the Museum of Azulejos showing the history of Portugal's hand painted tiles.

Explore Lisbon: Within easy reach of the city are the sandy beaches of several coastal resorts, such as Costa da Caparica, Estoril and Cascais.

Public Transport in Lisbon: Public transport in Lisbon is cheap and easy to use, with the Metro being the fastest way of getting around the city. Alternatively buses and especially the trams, vertical elevator and funicular are both a novel and practical way of discovering the high and low ground of Lisbon. Modern electric trains also link the towns and resorts along the Portuguese Riviera. Transport passes are available including the Lisboa Card which allows unlimited transport and free or reduced entry to many museums and attractions. Taxis are inexpensive and plentiful.

Shopping in Lisbon: For shopping try the Amoreiras shopping centre or Baixa. Good buys are leatherwork, hand painted tiles, ceramics and jewellery. Flea markets are a great place to get a bargain or just browse. The Feira de Ladra in the Alfama district is a popular one and is open on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Nightlife in Lisbon: The Bairro Alto (high quarter) and Alfama are littered with inexpensive family run cafes bars and restaurants.

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Lisbon Airport Information
Lisbon Portela Airport (LIS). Lisbon airport is five miles (7km) north of Lisbon.
Airport Transport: From Airport to Lisbon central. The Carris Aerobus operates every day between 7.45am and 8.45pm, connecting Lisbon Airport to the city centre. Taxis are available from outside departures and arrivals.
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