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652 - 1,357 CAD
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As the coastal capital city of Portugal, Lisbon is a popular destination. The gothic architecture, glamour, and waterscape make it a breathtaking destination for families and couples alike. When looking for the best time to visit Lisbon, you may prefer the milder temperatures of spring or the cooler fall months. Summer is hot and humid, while winter can bring unpredictable rainstorms. Tourist season strikes a peak from June – August, and beaches are full from July – August with locals and tourists alike. Ideally, you want to plan your visit anywhere from May – September, especially if you plan to take advantage of the beaches.

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09 Feb
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International airport
16h 40m
2 Stops
Lisbon Humberto Delgado airport
Multiple Airlines
12 Mar
Lisbon Humberto Delgado airport
29h 00m
2 Stops
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International airport
577 CAD
24 Jan
Toronto Pearson Intl airport
6h 55m
Lisbon Humberto Delgado airport
28 Jan
Lisbon Humberto Delgado airport
8h 35m
Toronto Pearson Intl airport
595 CAD
Air Transat
Air Transat
17 Jan
Toronto Pearson Intl airport
7h 00m
Lisbon Humberto Delgado airport
Air Transat
25 Jan
Lisbon Humberto Delgado airport
8h 10m
Toronto Pearson Intl airport
652 CAD

Which airlines fly to Lisbon?

For direct international flights to Lisbon from Canada, look for those operated by Air Canada, SATA Internacional, TAP Portugal, and Air Transat. Other options include Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, Aegean Airlines, Air France, American Airlines, and Alitalia. While there are cheap flights to Lisbon, you may want to avoid these. The amount you save in costs will translate into longer layovers and multiple stops.

How to get from the airport to Lisbon city centre?

Below you will find all the airports in Lisbon along with the distance from the city centre
Lisbon Humberto Delgado
6 km from city centre

Lisbon Airport – also called Humberto Delgado Airport or Portela Airport (LIS)

Lisbon Airport is 20 minutes away from the city centre. Getting to and from the airport is quick and easy, especially with the transportation offered by the city.

How to get around in Lisbon?

Lisbon transportation options are plentiful, especially once you get to the city centre. Most of the city is compact; therefore, you will find it is easy enough to look around the city without requiring wheels.


The metro underground subway is safe, clean, and very efficient. It runs daily from 6:30 am – 1 am. The most popular stops include Cais do Sodre, Rossio, Sao Sebastiao, and Jardim Zoologico. If you purchase the Lisboa Card, you can use the metro for free. A 24-hour Lisboa Card costs €19.00 EUR per person, while a 72-hour card is €40.00 EUR per person.


Take the tram 28 and tram 15 to explore downtown and some of the more historical areas of Lisbon. You will find tram 28 at Miradouro das Portas do Sol, while tram 15 is found at Praca da Figueira Square and Comercio Square. You can ride free with your Lisboa Card.


Most attractions outside of city centre are accessible via taxi. Also, when the tram and metro stops operating just after 1 am, you can use a taxi for nightlife. It should not cost more than €10 EUR to ride around the city centre in a taxi.


The Aerobus goes between city centre and the airport, but the local Carris bus takes you downtown too. Take routes 727, 737, and 744 to see most of the main attractions in the city. You can also ride all bus lines free with your Lisboa Card.


Lisbon is a very walkable city. You will find that one of the best and most pleasurable ways to explore the historic downtown areas is by walking. You can stop and sit down to people-watch and just take in the charm of the area. Also, the hilly streets are well worth the hike once you reach the top.

What are the visa and passport requirements when flying to Lisbon?

Canadian citizens do not need a visa to enter Portugal for tourism or business purposes under 90 days. For other nationalities, please check the Schengen Visa Info website.

Quick facts about Lisbon

Time, currency, and the basics — see the local time and get an idea of how much money you will spend on the basics in Lisbon
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Domestic Beer (.5 litre)
1.31 CAD
Inexpensive restaurant
12 CAD
Public transport
One-way ticket
2.28 CAD

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Additional info and tips about visiting Lisbon

Things to do and places of interest in Lisbon

Lisbon has plenty to offer outside the city, but most of what you will want to see as a new visitor to the area is in the city centre.

  • Walk along the river beach with the breeze of the water and the scenic views of Ribeira das Naus. Many of the vendors here speak English too.
  • Be a ‘detective’ and see if you can escape a room in 60 minutes or less at Escape Hunt.
  • The Estadio da Luz is the largest stadium in the country and by far the most modern. Tours start every 20 minutes, so no matter what time you show, you can usually catch one.
  • In Terreiro do Paco, you can find the Lisboa Story Centre. As an interactive facility, you can experience the history and modernization of the area.
  • Visit the Oceanario de Lisboa, which was considered a top aquarium in the world. More than 8,000 marine creatures are found here, and the attractions are a must-see even for adults.
  • Take the kids to KidZania Lisboa, which is an indoor theme park specifically designed for children. Everything is kid-sized in the city and you can save 10% on admission if you have a Lisboa Card.
  • Take an elevator ride to the top of the Elevador de Santa Justa, which is an iconic lift in the city with remarkable views at the top.
  • Visit the historic Praca do Comercio, which is a famous square that is regal and historic.

Tips and tricks for visiting Lisbon

Lisbon is a safe city to visit for most tourists, but you should still be prepared while you are here. For starters, the sidewalks have embedded black stones and the city prides itself in this form of walk-on art throughout the centre and hillsides. Unfortunately, these small stones are extremely slick when wet. There are also holes in some; therefore, you should proceed with caution. Be aware that the taxis are independent from the city. You can bargain with the drivers, but do not allow the driver to add extra charges. Also, make sure the driver does not turn off the meter and that they start the meter the moment you get inside the vehicle.