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Cheap Flights to Portugal

Round-trip from S$ 892 From Singapore to Ponta Delgada (Açores)
One-way from S$ 618 One-way flight from Singapore to Ponta Delgada (Açores)
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Portugal may be best known for its Algarve, that stretch of sandy beaches and sparkling seas that starts at Faro, runs to Cape St. Vincent and then stretches to the north. Add to that the fact that Portugal is one of the cheapest eurozone countries (cheaper than Spain) and there are plenty of cheap flights to Portugal from UK and Irish airports and so far, so summer holiday, but there is much more to it than that.

Apart from the perfect beaches, there are national parks and nature reserves, mountains and rivers. The Atlantic coast is wild and offers the swells so beloved of surfers. More gently, perhaps, the Algarve is heaven for golfers. The Azores, a group of nine volcanic islands 1,500km from the mainland, and Madeira are also part of Portugal.

Portugal’s capital, Lisbon, is a beautiful old city, lying across seven hills and bordered by the River Tagus.

The Portuguese know how to live well, celebrating high days with gusto. Accompanying the hearty – and healthy – cuisine (salt cod is a specialty) and good wines (including Port and Madeira of course) there is a laidback “coffee and café” culture.

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Portugal climate

Portugal enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Summers in Portugal can reach 29 degrees and are hot and dry. However, breezes from the sea are a moderating influence. The northwest parts of the country get heavy rains from the end of November to the start of March.

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When is the best time to fly to Portugal?

Peak season:

A favourite destination of European holidaymakers the school holidays are high season (particularly in the coastal areas) – July and August, October and February half-terms, Easter and Christmas.

Off season:

The low season months are January and February. Travel when the children are in school for lower rates and cheaper flights to Portugal.

Shoulder season:

March and April (with the exception of Easter) and October and November (with the exception of the half-term school holidays) are good times to visit Portugal. The weather is still good and the tourist crowds have receded.

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Getting around Portugal

TAP Air Portugal, the national airline, offers domestic Portugal flights between Faro, Lisbon, Porto, the Azores and Madeira. If you are visiting the Azores, apart from airports in Ponta Delgada, Santa Maria and Angra, there are flights to the other islands and ferries between the islands.

Bus: there is a good, cheap bus system which connects the country’s biggest cities and towns.

Train: the Alfa Pendular runs from Braga (north of Porto) to Lisbon and on to Faro. In addition, there are intercity and regional trains that offer a decent network throughout the country.

Lisbon also has an underground metro, and a ride in one of the city’s ancient funicular railways (elevadores) is a tourist staple.

Taxis are cheap, but renting a car gives you complete freedom. Auto Jardim, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Nationa/Alamo, Rentauto and Sixt are some of the car rental companies that can be found at the major airports.

 

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