Fly from Nice to Lisbon

to escape to the banks of the Tagus

Lisbon, fly to the White City

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    The formalities for travelling to Lisbon

    • Entry requirements: Lisbon is the capital of Portugal, a member country of the Schengen Area. If you are a European citizen, you just need your valid passport or national identity card.
    • Currencies: Portugal is part of the eurozone, so it uses the same currency as France. If necessary, before you fly, you can draw out cash at the cash machines in our terminals.

    Your Nice-Lisbon direct flight

    • Departure from Terminal 1: once you have arrived at Nice Côte d’Azur airport, go to Terminal 1 for Nice-Lisbon flights with TAP.
    • Departure from Terminal 2: for Nice-Lisbon flights with easyJet. (aller à la ligne)

    Make sure you arrive at the terminal 1h15 before your departure time, if you need to check in or put luggage in the hold. You can arrive 1 hour before if you already have your boarding pass and you are travelling with hand luggage only.

    Departure airport Nice Côte d’Azur Airport
    Departure terminal Terminal 1 with TAP – Terminal 2 with easyJet
    Arrival airportHumberto Delgado Airport
    Arrival terminal Terminal 1

    Getting to the city centre

    • by metro: the cheapest transport option (a 20 minute journey),
    • by bus: the Aerobus routes go to around 20 stops all over the city,
    • by taxi,
    • by hiring a car from one of the many professionals present at Lisbon airport.

    Make sure you go to the right terminal! Your departure terminal depends on your airline.

What to do in
Lisbon ?

Your Nice-Lisbon journey offers an exceptional opportunity for discovery. Stroll around the city to appreciate its astonishing beauty: a breath-taking view over the Tagus Estuary, a flamboyant monument bearing witness to the past grandeur of a country where life has long revolved around the ocean, a colourful and contemporary fresco down a century-old alley, a private mansion that is now a luxury boutique or a trendy restaurant.

Monastère des Hiéronymites
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    As a couple or with friends, whether you’re staying for a weekend or longer, tackle Lisbon’s seven hills and explore this labyrinthine city, with its neighbourhoods so distinct they are like villages. Each one has a very clear identity: popular, vibrant, luxurious, trendy or arty. To experience the rich soul of Lisbon, visit:

    • Alfama, a very old district and one of the rare surviving parts of Lisbon’s past, from before the 1755 earthquake that took just a few hours to devastate the city.
    • Príncipe Real, the domain of designers and hipsters, who flock to its charming little squares, unusual shops and elegant cafés.
    • Baixa-Chiado, the heart of the city, offering a rich history and fine living, with its beautiful monuments, it shopping streets and its countless restaurants.
    • Bairro Alto, the neighbourhood for night owls, with the customers of its countless bars spilling out into the street;
    • Bélem, the city’s memory, with its eponymous tower, the Hieronymites Monastery and its many museums.
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    • Take tram n°28: this faithful old tram with retro appeal winds through the city’s narrowest and steepest streets. A great way to discover Lisbon!
    • Visit the magnificent Hieronymites Monastery and the neighbouring Belém Tower. This guardian of the Port of Lisbon has seen the caravels of Magellan and Vasco de Gama sail by.
    • Enjoy a panorama of the city from one of the many viewpoints, such as the Garden of São Pedro de Alcântara, high above Bairro Alto, and the Miradouro de Santa Luzia overlooking Alfama.
    • Sample a glass of Douro wine, one of the finest in the world, while listening to fado at the Clube de Fado: a temple of this typical local music.
    • Do some shopping at Embaxaida, a shopping mall in a superb 19th-century neo-Moorish palace.
    • Rent bikes and pedal along the banks of the Tagus.
    • Melt with pleasure over the pastries from Pästeis de Belem, which since 1837 has been making the city’s best pastel de nata (an egg custard tart flavoured with cinnamon).
    • Drink a little glass of Ginja, a delicious cherry liqueur. Sample the best by going to a specialist such as A Ginjinha, a little bar in Baixa.
    • Try some fine food in the Mercado da Ribeira, a modern, 10,000 square metre steel and glass hall, where over 30 renowned chefs cater for foodies.
    • Light a candle at Lisbon Cathedral (Sé de Lisboa), the oldest church in the city, and pray to Saint Anthony of Padua, who was born in Lisbon. He is the patron saint of mariners, the oppressed, animals, pregnant women, the starving and seekers of lost things!

Regular flights Nice - Lisbon LIS

Nice → Lisbon LIS

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Flights per week, From November to March

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Flights per week, From November to March

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Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice-Lisbon flight take?

    The average flight time for a Nice-Lisbon direct flight is 2h35.

  • Which airlines provide direct Nice-Lisbon flights?

    Two airlines fly direct from Nice to Lisbon: easyJet and TAP.

  • How much does a Nice-Lisbon flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice-Lisbon return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is €X.

  • What is the time difference between Nice and Lisbon?

    There is a 1 hour time difference between Nice and Lisbon. When it is 11 in the morning under the triumphal arch of Lisbon’s Praça do Comércio, the midday cannon is already sounding in Nice.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Lisbon?

    A Nice-Lisbon flight ticket offers you a great holiday at any time of year. Spring and autumn offer pleasant temperatures and sunshine, making these seasons perfect to explore the city and make the most of the crazy atmosphere in Bairro Alto at night. In summer, sea winds cool the city, and gorgeous blue skies make it the ideal time to enjoy the fantastic beaches around the Portuguese capital. Winter is mild, with sunny days aplenty and temperatures that regularly reach 16 or 17 degrees.

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