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Flights to Porto

Your flight to Porto takes you to one of the most beautiful cities in Portugal, with a central area that's a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are plentiful direct flights available. An efficient and modern airport with direct connections to the city center makes arrivals easy.

Which is the main airport in Porto?

Porto Airport, also known as Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport, serves the city. It's a busy and modern airport with plentiful facilities, located about 10 miles from the city center. There are easy connections using Porto's efficient Metro system or on the Aerobus which is available outside the terminal buildings.

Which airlines offer flights to Porto?

There are plentiful direct flights to Porto from London. Wizz Air UK, easyJet, TAP, Ryanair and British Airways all offer direct journeys to Porto. Among those offering indirect flights are Lufthansa, Eurowings, Brussels Airlines, Vueling, KLM, Air France and Air Europa.

Why travel by plane to Porto?

Direct flights to Porto make visiting this beautiful city a pleasure. The airport is relatively close to the city center making transfers a simple and easy matter with direct connections on the city's Metro system and by bus. For Uk travellers, the alternative travel routes would include driving or catching bus or train across the channel and then pursuing a lengthy onward journey on land across the continent, which would require plenty of time and planning.

Before you travel to Porto by plane - good to know!

Porto's spectacular setting on the Douro River make this city a perfect destination for a city break. Bring your walking shoes because there are some steep hills if you're to explore the stunning historical centre, now a designated World Heritage Site. That said, the city is justly proud of its ultra-modern Metro system, with stations designed by prominent architects. There's also a funicular railroad to whisk you up the steepest hills. In the city center, you really shouldn't miss the bustling Mercado do Bolhão, a traditional market that's central to life in Porto. You'll even find a few small restaurants to enjoy the produce. Contrast is at the heart of Porto's appeal, so the design of the contemporary Fundação de Serralves, the Modern Art Museum, by the visionary architect Rem Koolhaas is as much of an artwork as the pieces within.

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