Flights Lisbon to London

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Departure Wed, 19 Apr Return Sun, 23 Apr
LIS Lisbon
LGW London
return from £230
Departure Mon, 24 Apr Return Thu, 27 Apr
LIS Lisbon
LGW London
return from £378
Departure Fri, 31 Mar Return Tue, 04 Apr
LIS Lisbon
LGW London
return from £337
Departure Mon, 10 Apr Return Wed, 19 Apr
LIS Lisbon
LGW London
return from £204
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Whether you crave high art, cutting-edge music or swanky shops, London offers something to suit all tastes.
Cost of living comparison
Average room price per night

Accommodation is 73% more expensive in London than in Lisbon.

Local, one-way ticket

Trains are 92% more expensive in London than in Lisbon.

Mid-priced restaurant

The average meal is 116% more expensive in London than in Lisbon.

Standard daytime start rate

Taxis are 19% more expensive in London than in Lisbon.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee is 132% more expensive in London than in Lisbon.


Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Lisbon

Portugal's capital, Lisbon - draped over a series of hillsides overlooking the banks of the River Tejo - has a laid back charm. The oldest city in western Europe, it has an enticing mix of bustling historical neighbourhoods, delicious cuisine and lively nightlife. Lisbon flights depart from Lisbon International Airport. Otherwise known as Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport or Lisbon Portela Airport, it is the largest airport in Portugal and its international gateway. Lisbon Airport dates back to 1942 and has been nominated as Europe's Leading Airport for several years. Terminal 1 handles arrivals and international departures, while low-cost airlines operate flights from Terminal 2. On-site facilities include dining, specialist shops, duty-free and business facilities.

Travel to Lisbon airport

Flights from Lisbon to London leave from the airport located 6 miles from the city centre. It can be accessed directly on the metro via the red line (change at Saldanha). The metro operates a frequent service from 06:30 to 01:00. There are numerous bus services including the Aerobus Shuttle service 1 and 2, as well as the local 705, 722, 744 and 783 services. The Aerobus stops at Sete Rios bus terminal, the Entrecampos and Cais do Sodré rail terminals. If you have baggage larger than hand luggage you should take the Aerobus Shuttle service as there is a restriction on luggage size on local services.

Arriving in London

A London city break offers unrivalled shopping, entertainment, world-class restaurants and some of the world's most popular tourist attractions. A cultural hotspot, it has a plethora of museums and galleries to keep even the most seasoned art fanatic happy, from the National Gallery and Tate Britain to smaller edgy galleries like the White Cube Gallery. Whatever your shopping desires, London covers all bases from eclectic markets like Camden and Portobello to vast department stores and leading designer flagship stores. The city that rarely sleeps, the entertainment scene around the West End hosts unparalleled theatre productions, while over in the East London the best of the city's night life keeps going until the sun comes up.

Travelling to the city centre

Flights to London from Lisbon may arrive into London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton or London City airport. Those arriving into Heathrow, to the west of the city, can access the city centre via the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station (15-20 minutes) or the underground Piccadilly Line (about 40 minutes). Gatwick Airport (south) runs the Gatwick Express train to London Victoria or local Thameslink services to London Victoria or London Bridge. There is a direct train from Liverpool Street to Stansted Airport (north east) and a combined shuttle bus and train from Luton Airport to St Pancras International Station. London City is already in the city centre and is accessed by the DLR.