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Search Cheap Flights to Portugal

Located on the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal is a southern European country. A former maritime empire, Portugal has left its cultural and linguistic mark on the world. Portuguese is the official languages of former colonies including Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, and Cape Verde. The country is based along the Atlantic Ocean, with over 800 kms of coastline, it is a beach lover’s paradise. Algarve’s beaches are known to be prime surfing spots while Alentejo’s beaches are lined with quaint white washed villages. Portugal's volcanic Azores islands are famous for whale-watching and trekking. Madeira Island is home to several trails along mountain aqueducts. Visitors here must try out national dishes, grilled sardines and salt cod. To explore Portugal beyond the major cities, visitors can check out charming cities such as Sintra, Coimbra, Braga, Faro, Cascais, Sines, and Albufeira.

Popular Destinations in Portugal

Lisbon

The capital and the largest city in Portugal, Lisbon is located along the banks of the Tagus River near the Atlantic Ocean. The hilly city is home to alluring alleys, warm weather, Gothic cathedrals, hued neighborhoods, and stunning bridges. Visitors can make their way to Saint George Castle and viewpoint Sophia de Mello for panoramic views of the city. Alfama is the oldest district in Lisbon. It is an old Moorish quarter popular for its maze of cobblestone streets, and interesting architecture. Visitors can hop on vintage trams running across the city to explore city’s historic and vibrant quarters. Popular attractions in Lisbon include Belem Palace, Comercio Square, Church of Santa Engracia, Lisbon Cathedral, 25 th of April Bridge, Jeronimos Monastery, and many more.

Porto

Porto is the second biggest city in Portugal after its capital Lisbon. Located in northwest Portugal, on the banks of the Douro River, Porto is a charming city known for its iconic bridges, and legendary wine. The famous Luis I Bridge is a great sunset spot and provides picturesque views of the city and the river. Porto is home to various vineyards which produce a variety of Port wine. Visitors can go on Douro Valley wine tours and indulge themselves in tastings. There are a number of cathedrals and churches lining the streets. The city has much to offer, from beaches to the exquisite riverfront. Visitors must not miss out on Clerigos Church, Porto Cathderal, Azulejos at Sao Bento Station, Bolsa Palace, Livaria Lello book store, Majestic Cafe, and Church of Saint Francis.

Evora

Evora is the capital of Portugal’s south-central Alentejo region. It is a city and municipality located about 1:45 hours from Lisbon. Evora is a city rich in history and is renowned for its full-bodied red wines. The entire city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an open-air museum of sorts. Evora was a Roman settlement, ruled by Moors and was once favored by Portuguese kings. King Joao III resided in Evora during the 16th century. The city is extremely well preserved, and the walled city center is concentrated with historic buildings. Major attractions here include Roman Temple of Evora, Cathedral of Evora, Almendres Cromlech, Bones Chapel at the Church of St. Francis, Aqueduct, Royal Palace, Evora Museum, and Giraldo Square.

Best Time to Visit Portugal

Best time to take Portugal flights is during the spring season, between April and September when the hills are bedecked in seasonal flowers and the weather is mild. Shoulder months of February and October are good for those who wish to avoid crowds and are looking for cheap flights to Portugal.

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