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Number of flights per week9Currency
Flight Duration
7 hour 10 min
Top destinationsLisbon
Most popular airlineRoyal Air MarocMost popular airportLisbon Portela Airport
About Portugal

Portugal is located on the Iberian Peninsula, west of Europe. Portugal shares borders with Spain and lies along the Atlantic Ocean. Its capital is Lisbon, and notable cities in Portugal include Porto, Braga, and Aveiro. Portuguese is the official language, and also the most commonly spoken language in Portugal. The autonomous regions of Madeira and the Azores are part of Portugal.
Throughout its history, Portugal was ruled by various nations, including the Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians, and Umayyads. Today, it is a part of the Portuguese Republic. During the 15th and 16th centuries, the Portuguese Empire extended its influence to encompass vast regions, including Brazil and the Philippines, establishing itself as one of the world's most powerful states.
Portugal is now one of Europe's most modern and developed countries. It is a member of several international organizations, like the European Union. The Tejo River, known as the largest river in Portugal, divides the country into two parts. The northern regions have a more continental climate with generally cooler weather throughout the year, while the south experiences warmer and drier conditions. Portugal's coastlines exhibit the influence of a Mediterranean climate, with average temperatures ranging from 15 to 19 degrees Celsius year-round. Summers are mostly sunny, especially along the coastal areas.
These conditions make Portugal an ideal destination year-round, with the country's highest point located on Pico Island's Pico Mountain. The country's economy primarily relies on industry and tourism. The most developed industrial sectors include automotive, textiles, cement, furniture, and cork production. Portugal is known for its significant role in the global cork production industry.
Portugal cultivates crops such as rice, wheat, corn, and grapes, but also imports many essential food products, including fruits and vegetables, from South American countries. The population of Portugal, more than 10 million, is predominantly of Portuguese descent, with significant communities of Brazilian, Ukrainian, and Angolan origin. Most of the population follows the Catholic faith, though there are also small communities of Muslims, Protestants, and Jews in the country.
Portugal has rich diversity in art, literature, and music. Fado music holds a special place, with both locals and foreign tourists taking great pleasure in listening to this music genre.
The culinary traditions of Portugal draw inspiration from a diverse range of European influences. It is renowned for its Port wines, with a wide range of seafood, meat, and vegetable dishes. The unique preparation of codfish, known as "Morina," is a must-try. Moreover, Portugal hosts numerous festivals and carnivals, especially during the summer. Events like the Algarve International Film Festival, Cool Jazz Fest, Boom Festival, and Avanca Film Festival are among the most famous celebrations.
In Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, there are many places to visit, such as São Jorge Castle, which offers a magnificent panoramic view of the city, and the Belem Tower, located by the sea, known as one of the city's most iconic symbols. The Monument to the Discoveries, dedicated to Portugal's world-famous explorers such as Magellan and Vasco de Gama, the 25th of April Bridge, and the historic Alfama district are also must-see places in the city. In Porto, famous for its wines, visitors can explore the Aliados Square, known as the "heart of the city," and Balhao Market, one of Porto's most important shopping areas.
The Porto Cathedral recognized as one of Europe's most impressive cathedrals, and the colorful houses, along with the enchanting cafes, restaurants serving the finest Portuguese cuisine, and souvenir shops in the picturesque Ribeira district, make Porto a city filled with captivating historical centers worth exploring.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Which airlines have flights to Portugal?

El Al Israel Airlines, easyJet, Emirates, TAP Portugal, Taag, Vueling Airlines, Iberia, IndiGo, Flyone Armenia, Royal Air Maroc, Norwegian Air International, FlyCompass, Turkish Airlines, FlyOne, Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras, Eurowings, SATA International, Wizz Air, Air Baltic, Play, Nepal Airlines, Air Corsica, STP Airways, Ryanair, Lufthansa, Aer Lingus, Air India, Wizz Air, Iberia Express, Transavia France, Air France, Portugalia, Etihad Airways, Air Europa, United Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Binter Canarias, EuroAtlantic Airways, HOP! organize flights to Portugal.

To which Portugal cities are there direct flights from the USA?

Portugal cities with direct flights from the USA: Faro, Funchal, Lisbon, Porto, Ponta Delgada, Porto Santo.

Which airlines have direct flights to Portugal?

Airlines that offer direct flights to Portugal: El Al Israel Airlines, easyJet, Taag, TAP Portugal, Royal Air Maroc, Norwegian Air International, Wizz Air, Vueling Airlines, Play, Iberia, Air Corsica, STP Airways, Ryanair, Aer Lingus, Wizz Air, FlyCompass, Transavia France, SATA International, Portugalia, Air Europa, Emirates, United Airlines, Binter Canarias, Turkish Airlines, Air Baltic.

Which are the most popular Portugal airports?

The most popular airports in Portugal: Faro, Madeira, Lisbon Portela, Francisco Sa Carneiro - Porto, Joao Paulo II, Porto Santo.

Which are the most popular Portugal cities?

Most popular Portugal cities: Faro, Funchal, Lisbon, Porto, Ponta Delgada, Porto Santo.