En route for Porto and the Douro Valley
Nice to Porto...there’s nothing to lose! With its climate, colourful façades and welcoming people, the second largest city in the country will teach you true Mediterranean living - even if it’s situated on the Atlantic coast, facing the ocean which once upon a time brought power and wealth. History that has left its mark. This means that a flight from Nice to Porto lets Portugal reveal itself through the ages: from a glorious past to its joyful present, and a future full of promise.
Useful information for your trip to PortoVoir plus Voir moins
- Entry requirements: for a flight from Nice to Porto, as Portugal is part of the Schengen Territories, you’ll just need a valid passport or ID card to enter the country.
- Currency: no need to change money! The Portuguese use the Euro.
Your Nice-Porto direct flight
Operated by easyJet, you’ll find the Nice-Porto flight in Terminal 2.
Happy is the traveller who, like Ulysses, has an easy trip! Ensure your journey is stress-free by arriving at the airport one hour before departure to go through security screenings. Should you need to collect your ticket or check bags at the easyJet counter, give yourself at least an additional 15 minutes
Departure airport Nice Côte d’Azur Airport Departure terminal Terminal 2 Arrival airport Porto Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport Arrival terminal Terminal 1
Arriving in Porto
The Porto Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport is considered one of the best in Europe. And the fact that it’s easy to access definitely plays a role. Situated at around 10 km from the city centre, you have the following choices for getting there:
- The underground: from 6 am to 1 am, line E will take you to the city in around 40 minutes maximum.
- The bus: a shuttle service runs from 4:45 am to 12:35 am. Just two stops (Boavista and Aliados) mean the trip takes less than 30 minutes. Three city bus lines also connect to the airport: 601, 602, and 604. The fastest is the first, which will take you to Cordoaria in the heart of the historical centre in just 45 minutes.
- A taxi: you can book in advance, and the trip costs €20 to €25. Be sure to only use a certified company. They're more trustworthy!
- Hire a car: six agencies have counters inside the airport.
What to do in
The only true rival of Lisbon, Porto is at once a large city, a business district, a tourist destination, and a seaside resort. Which means it’s bustling year-round and always has something to offer its visitors. A getaway to Porto is best à la carte. Up to you to choose among the numerous local specialities: lazing about, walking, indulging, sightseeing, art, or art de vivre.
Regular flights Nice - Porto OPO
Flights per day :
- Mon 0
- Tue 0
- Wed 1
- Thu 0
- Fri 0
- Sat 1
- Sun 0
Frequently asked questions
How long does a Nice-Porto flight take?
A Nice-Porto flight will take you to the north of Portugal in just 2 hours 10 minutes.
Which airlines provide Nice-Porto direct flights?
easyJet is the only airline to offer non-stop flights to Porto.
How many Nice-Porto flights are there per week?
In both summer and winter, the easyJet Airbus takes off for Porto 3 times per week, on Mondays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
How much does a Nice-Porto flight cost?
The lowest price for a Nice-Porto return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 44€
What is the time difference between Nice and Porto?
Nice is one hour ahead of Porto.
What is the best time of year to visit Porto?
Porto has a wonderful climate year-round, with temperatures regularly around 15° even in the middle of winter. But this mild weather is often accompanied by rain. 11 days of it in December, and as many in January. But the rain goes away as the weather begins to warm up in April. That’s when you can best enjoy floating down the Douro, climbing to the top of the city, and sitting out on the terraces of Ribeira. When temperatures get really hot, the Portuguese take shelter in the Matosinhos district. Some head for the air-conditioned aisles of Norte Shopping, the nicest shopping centre in Portugal. Others lay out on the wide sandy beaches. Want to add a little spice to your trip? Head for Porto the 23 June and take part in São João, the biggest party in the country. Everyone is in the streets! Another event not to miss: the Essência do Vinho wine show in February, with more than 400 wine makers from around the country. Incredibly festive and indulgent!