Perfect for your Easter and summer holidays or a cultural getaway anytime of the year, sunny Portugal is only a couple of hours away by plane from the United Kingdom. International airlines such as British Airways, TAP Air Portugal, Ryanair and easyJet provide direct flights to Lisbon, Porto and Faro. There are also direct and indirect connections to the islands of Madeira and Azores. Most flights are low-cost, but you can get even lower rates. Booking a flight in advance or taking advantage of promotions and last minute deals will allow you to enjoy very affordable prices. With our online flight comparison tool you'll be able to compare all offers and book cheap flights.Please make sure to follow cabin baggage regulations as well as checked baggage weight and other flight regulations.Compare and find the cheapest flights to all major Portuguese cities. The average flying time from London to Lisbon is 2 hours and 40 minutes. Porto is 2 hours and 20 minutes away and Faro is 2 hours and 50 minutes from the UK.
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February/March: Carnival. Celebrated throughout the country with colourful parades and masquerade balls. Torres Vedras claims to have "the most Portuguese Carnival", attracting thousands of tourists to the city every year.March/April: Holy Week. One of the most important events in the country, with the city of Braga perhaps featuring the most enthusiastic celebrations. The streets are decorated and all churches and street altars are adorned with flowers. There are night and day processions and parades.12th and 13th May: Pilgrimages to Fátima. One of the world's major centres of the Marian cult, Fátima's Sanctuary welcomes millions of devotees, pilgrims, and tourists every year.June: Festivities of Lisbon. These reach their highpoint on the evening of the 12th with a parade of popular marches and in the afternoon of the 13th with a procession in homage to St. Anthony, Lisbon's patron saint.23rd June: St. John's Feast. This festivity in honour of John the Baptist is celebrated with most enthusiasm in Porto and Braga with parades, music and dancing.