Fly from Liverpool to Lisbon
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Please note, the schedule for Lisbon ends 26th October 2018.
If you’re a looking for an exciting destination to visit, or you fancy a romantic city break, now is the time to take a trip to Lisbon in Portugal. Liverpool John Lennon Airport offers regular flights to this charming and dynamic city via easyJet. Get your holiday off to a flying start and book your flights from Liverpool to Lisbon today!
Why you should go
Lisbon is the ideal destination for a cultural city break; with countless bars, restaurants, cafes and nightclubs on offer, there is something for everyone to enjoy. If you want to get stuck into the numerous sightseeing spots and explore the museums and galleries, or simply want a chilled weekend enjoy the eateries whilst browsing the city, Lisbon will not disappoint.
We advise all culture vultures to make an itinerary before you arrive – planning where to go and what to see is essential, because there is so much on offer! The capital of Portugal, Lisbon, has been inhabited since Neolithic times and is rich in architecture. There are examples of Romanesque, gothic, baroque, modern and postmodern buildings throughout the city, so get your phones ready for plenty of Instagram snaps. No-where is this more apparent than Praça do Camércio, a grand 18th century square with elaborate arcades, facades and mosaic cobbles.
Do you enjoy an incredible view? The quirky Elevador de Santa Justa is a neo-gothic vertical street lift that whisks you up for captivating views across the city’s rooftops. It’s not the only place to go for amazing views though - Castelo de São Jorge is an ancient fortress that towers over Lisbon and its Ulysses Tower features a camera obscura, perfect for breath-taking panoramic views.
Lisbon is also famous for its fantastic variety of museums and galleries, including the National Museum of Ancient Art, National Museum of Costume and Fashion, Electricity Museum, National Coach Museum, Museum of Pharmacy, Lisbon City Museum – but there’s plenty more to explore too!
When you should go
If you fancy doing a lot of sightseeing (and thus walking round!) visit Lisbon during the spring or autumn, as the summers are typically very warm. If you’re more interested in taking a leisurely stroll outside in the sunshine and dining at Lisbon’s many restaurants and bars, the summertime is perfect.
Where you should stay
Lisbon is full of hotels, B&Bs, apartments and hostels to suit all styles and budgets. Areas such as Alfama, Avenida da Liberdade and Cais do Sodré are popular with tourists. If you want to be within walking distance of Lisbon’s fantastic nightclubs and bars, stay in the high district above the old town.
Looking for something a little unusual to do during your stay in Lisbon? You’re in luck…
- Portugal’s Chapel of Bones – hop on the train out of Lisbon to see a 16th century chapel adorned with bones, skulls, and entire bodies hanging from the walls!
- Carmo Convent Ruins – Lisbon is home to some of the most incredible building ruins, the legacy of the 1755 earthquake which nearly wiped out Lisbon entirely.
- Queluz National Palace – if you want to see one of the most incredibly beautiful buildings in Lisbon, this 18th-century palace is a must-see.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport currently offers regular direct flights from Liverpool to Lisbon, so book your Portuguese getaway online with us today.
Once you have booked your flight to Lisbon, Portugal why not check out Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s shops and restaurants, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.
If you are arriving on one of the easyJet flights from Lisbon to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport Section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.
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