On Monday, October 4, travel restrictions changed, meaning booking that summer vacation you missed just got a little easier.
If you still have a few vacation days to take, a two-week break in Lisbon, Portugal now offers affordable flights from Heathrow Airport.
And flying to the Portuguese capital won’t cost a dime either.
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In November, you could beat the cold and head to a warmer climate. Lisbon sees highs of 18 ° C on average in November, so you still have time to take advantage of the last minute warm weather.
Lisbon offers a city full of culture with white domed cathedrals and ancient ruins, there is a lot to see.
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If nature and scenery are your thing, Lisbon is surrounded by seven hills which allow you to enjoy beautiful views.
Not to mention the food – Lisbon is known for its bacalhau (salted and dried cod) and you can find variations almost anywhere.
Travel time to Lisbon is approximately two and a half hours from Heathrow Airport.
Before departing you will need to complete your passenger tracking form and have a negative PCR test, however, no quarantine is required upon arrival in Portugal.
What are the cheapest flights to Lisbon?
According to the Skyscanner travel site, you can book a direct round-trip flight to Lisbon on November 1 for £ 24.
However, you will need to be prepared for some trips as the two-hour, 45-minute one-way flight departs from London Stansted with Ryanair, with the return flight with Wizz returning to Luton Airport.
The cheapest offer on that date costs £ 24 while the faster route will cost you £ 75.
If you want to take off and return to Heathrow, the price jumps up considerably to £ 73.
REMARK: The above details are subject to change and we recommend that people check with the airline before booking
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