All flights from North America to Lisbon
Welcome to Lisbon
Welcome to the beautiful city of Lisbon, where the sun is shining year round. Come and discover the stunning mix of cultures, the impressive architecture and the welcoming nature of the people of Portugal by booking a cheap flight to Lisbon with Condor. Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal and is made up of a nice eclectic mix of suburban areas and metropolitan flair. Because it is located along the Atlantic Coast, it offers visitors all the luxuries of a city combined with relaxing visits to the beaches of Portugal.
Stroll through the city center of Lisbon and browse its high-end designer shops, its museums and galleries, and of course its medieval architecture, such as the São Jorge Castle, a 2nd-century fortress overlooking the historic city center. Finish off your day with an authentic Portuguese meal and Fado performance at one of the fine restaurants in town. For the best deal, book cheap flights to Lisbon today.
Flights to Lisbon with Condor depart from several North American airports, including Baltimore-Washington (flight time 9 hours, 45 minutes), Minneapolis (upwards of 12 hours) or Toronto (upwards of 11. 5 hours).
From Lisbon's Portela Airport, you can easily reach the city center via the express Aerobus, the Lisbon Metro or one of a number of city buses. Lisbon's reliable transit system makes it simple to get around the city, particularly when you need a break from walking the hilly streets. The historic trams and "acensores" (funiculars) are also a charming way to navigate Lisbon and enjoy striking views.
Top Attractions in Lisbon
Castelo de São Jorge
The Castle of São Jorge can be seen from far and wide in the city of Lisbon. The Moorish castle has majestically stood on a hilltop overlooking the city for over 400 years, and its well preserved medieval architecture draws countless visitors each year.
Relish Portuguese cuisine
Portugal's cuisine caters to a variety of palates, but if you're a fan of Mediterranean zest and fresh fish, then you're in for a treat. Portuguese cuisine is known for its diverse bacalhau (cod) dishes, such as hearty stews and chilled salads with chickpeas. Enjoy a glass of vinho verde – a young sparkling wine – on the side for a perfect finish to your day in Lisbon.
Torre de Belém
The Torre de Belém, also known as the Belém Tower, is a stunning fortification which was built in the early 16th century on the shores of the Tagus River. This UNESCO Heritage Site once protected the city with its 4-story tower and bastion of brilliant limestone. Nowadays, it is a symbol of the city and its ancient heritage.
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
The Jerónimos Monastery was built in 1501 for the Hieronymite order of monks, who prayed for the king and spiritual assistance for Portuguese seafarers who set off to explore the world. Like the Belém Tower, it is a UNESCO Site and an excellent example of Late Gothic Manueline architecture. The intricate limestone ornamentation makes this building a feast for the eyes.
Praça do Comércio
Praça do Comércio is the biggest square in Lisbon. It was built in the 18th century to be a gateway into the country, and brought together traders from Portugal's colonies and Portuguese merchants. Along the Tagus River, this waterfront square is an ideal place to savor a galão coffee at an outdoor cafe and enjoy the tranquil pace of Portuguese life. You'll be glad you booked a flight to beautiful Lisbon.