The westernmost European power, Portugal is loved by fans of the ocean, quality wine, hearty cuisine and medieval-style architectural landmarks. A Russian tourist of a special kind lands at the airports of Portugal - this is a traveler who prefers beautiful landscapes to the stars on the facades of hotels, and the wild unbridled ocean waves to the calm contemplation of colorful fish in the warm sea.
TAP Portugal regularly fly from Moscow to Lisbon, and charters to Faro are added during the season. With connections in European capitals, you can reach almost any major city in the country. Travel time will be from 5 hours.
Portugal International Airports
The list of the country's air harbors includes more than 20 points on the map, of which only a few take international flights. The main airport is located 7 km north of the center of the capital, while others are located on the islands and on the mainland:
- Funchal Airport in Madeira has been awarded as one of the most innovative facilities of its kind. Its "take-off" is one of the ten most difficult in the world, and its reenactors were awarded the prize for special achievements and flight of engineering thought. 40 check-in counters allow you to avoid queues, and the easiest way to get to Madeira from Moscow is with transfers in Berlin, Helsinki or Madrid. Taxis and buses help to overcome 13 km to the city quickly and inexpensively. Details are available on the website - www.anam.pt.
- Portugal's Faro airport in the Algarve resort boasts a new terminal and a huge number of summer charters in its schedule. Air Berlin, Easy Jet, Ryanair and Thomas Cook fly here regularly from Germany, Great Britain and the Scandinavian countries. Car rental offices are available in the arrivals area and are easily accessible from any hotel in the Algarve via the A22. The schedule can be found on the website - www.ana.pt.
- Visit www.ana.pt/portal/page/portal/ANA/AEROPORTO_PORTO/ for detailed information on the operation of the air harbor in the Port in the north of the country. The city where the airport is located is famous for its wine cellars and a huge number of attractions. The port is on the flight schedules of many carriers, in particular, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Iberia Airlines, Ryanair, Swiss International Air Lines and Lufthansa fly here. The airport is connected to the city by a metro line and buses that run around the clock.
Lisbon Portela Airport and the center of the capital are separated by only 7 km, which the local metro overcomes in a few minutes. It starts working at 6.00 and ends carrying passengers at one in the morning. From 00.30 to 05.30 Lisbon can be reached by bus line 783, and in the daytime - by several more. The stop is located 100 meters from the exit from Terminal 1, which is used by all international airlines. It is here that passengers of Moscow flights arrive..
All information on the site - www.ana.pt.