Flights to Porto

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Last minute flights to Porto

Departure Tue, 26 Jun Return Tue, 10 Jul
STN London
OPO Porto
return from £78
Departure Tue, 26 Jun Return Tue, 03 Jul
MAN Manchester
OPO Porto
return from £141
Departure Sun, 01 Jul Return Wed, 18 Jul
BHX Birmingham
OPO Porto
return from £100
Departure Fri, 22 Jun Return Sun, 24 Jun
BVA Paris
OPO Porto
return from £80
Popular flight routes to Porto
London - Porto
return from £119
Manchester - Porto
return from £151
Birmingham - Porto
return from £138
Paris - Porto
return from £138
Amsterdam - Porto
return from £264
Bristol - Porto
return from £196

Trips to Porto

Porto travel

Portois the second largest city of Portugal after Lisbon and a city on the UNESCO World Heritage list. This coastal city is known for its port wine production and stately bridges. Its cobbled stone streets are sinuous and picturesque. Every nook and corner of Porto has a charm of its own which is worth discovering. The medieval churches are known for their ornate filled carvings and baroque interiors. It is a great experience to walk through its alleys and feel the pulse of the city. Trips to Porto are refreshing and breath-taking. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Porto!

Things to do and places to see in Porto

Porto is built overlooking the River Douro, which has five bridges connecting the new town with the old town. Vila Nova de Gaia area or the old town area is home to the port and wine lodges and also the largest tourist attraction. This dynamic city has it all, be it theatres, night life with live music and bars, restaurants and cafes where a visitor just cannot have a dull moment.

This vacation needs to be filled with the following:

  • Visit the renovated Museu da Misericórdia do Porto which has a collection of 15th century sacred art and portraiture
  • Take a food tasting tour and enjoy the best of Porto's cuisines
  • Walk or drive on the double decked metal arch Dom Luís I Bridge built over the Douro River
  • Visit the art museum, Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis, for a brilliant collection of Neolithic carvings
  • Visit the botanical garden decked with sculptures, fountains, camellias, giant magnolias and olive trees
  • If you plan to buy fresh produce, you have to visit Mercado do Bolhão
  • Take a tram ride on the steep slopes of Porto
  • Dance all night in the best of the night clubs with good food and music
  • Soak in the oaky smell of the dark port cellar at the foothills of Gaia
  • Explore the Douro River and its five bridges via a boat cruise or the train

Porto airports

All flights to Porto land at the Porto International Airport, which was traditionally known as the Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport.

  • Porto International Airport

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    Opodo can help you look up cheap flights to Porto on Ryanair, easyJet and Tap Portugal.


    The international airport is located at a distance of 11km from north of the city and has a number of ground transportation options to get you to the city in no time.

    Transport options

    Take the purple line metro from the airport to reach the city. In fact, the underground metro network will connect you to any part of the city. The buses are available at the arrival terminals and take you to all parts of the city. Taxis or car rentals can be pre-booked and will be available at the arrival terminals for a quick exit from the airport.

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