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Rome (ROM) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 18/01/2020
Return 29/01/2020
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Milan (MIL) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 02/12/2019
Return 07/12/2019
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Rome (FCO) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 18/01/2020
Return 04/02/2020
From133

Palermo (PMO) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 12/12/2019
Return 24/12/2019
From303

Bologna (BLQ) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 12/01/2020
Return 15/01/2020
From128

Cagliari (CAG) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 05/12/2019
Return 17/12/2019
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Venice (VCE) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 29/11/2019
Return 07/12/2019
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Catania (CTA) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 04/12/2019
Return 11/12/2019
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Bari (BRI) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 08/01/2020
Return 13/01/2020
From284

Naples (NAP) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 25/12/2019
Return 30/12/2020
From305

Milan (MXP) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 26/11/2019
Return 04/12/2019
From175

Lamezia Terme (SUF) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 18/11/2019
Return 27/11/2019
From354

Pisa (PSA) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 08/12/2019
Return 17/12/2019
From300

Alghero (AHO) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 25/12/2019
Return 10/01/2020
From402

Turin (TRN) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 06/11/2019
Return 12/11/2019
From350

Florence (FLR) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 04/01/2020
Return 11/01/2020
From247

Verona (VRN) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 12/11/2019
Return 03/12/2019
From339

Brindisi (BDS) - Lisbon (LIS)

Departure 18/01/2020
Return 29/01/2020
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Traveling to Portugal

Home to global explorers, Renaissance masters, and extravagant palaces, tourists fly to Portugal for the history and stay for the brilliant scenery, exciting culture and rousing nightlife. Book tickets to Portugal with Alitalia to experience a country full of stunning architecture, exquisite food and fine wines and sandy beaches.

Portugal’s highlights

There is so much to see and do to experience the culture and beauty of Portugal. Taste port wines at Vila Nova de Gaia, or go horseback riding on one of the Lusitano thoroughbreds that have roots all the way back to ancient Rome. Travel to Portugal’s southernmost port, Cabo de São Vicente, to see where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic. Explore the beautiful churches or the grand Castle of St. Jorge in Lisbon, or visit the Berardo Museum of Modern Art to enjoy the works of Picasso, Dali, Warhol, and Pollock.

Traveling on a budget

It’s easy to find cheap hotels in Portugal any time of year, especially outside the larger cities. If you are traveling to different parts of the country, consider purchasing an InterRail One-Country Pass for discounted train tickets. Some cities, such as Lisbon, offer special passes that allow free or discounted rates to popular attractions.