4,04/5 (votes: 596)
Cheap Flights to Portugal from €44.01
Best offers to Portugal cities
Low Prices Calendar
Useful advice for travelling to Portugal (PRT)
Have you ever tried opening a bottle of wine using a shoe? No? In that case, you will definitely be able to learn this trick after arriving to Portugal. Cheap flights to this southern European country will be perfect for everyone wishing to explore the Monastery of Batalha, the Pena Palace, and the National Azulejo Museum, with all three being the landmarks of local history. The highly realistic sand sculpture park will not only charm travellers of all ages but it will also pleasantly surprise even the most experienced tourists.
Preparing for the trip
European Union citizens do not require a visa to enter Portugal.
The biggest possible dangers that you may face during your holiday are sunburns. Air temperature usually reaches +27°C, and you should make sure to acquire some sunscreen and sunglasses with UV protection before you start your trip.
Transportation and travel charges
Portugal’s islands are best explored using a bicycle or a car. However, you may also choose other preferred ways of transport that you can afford. Longer distances are best covered by trains, rental cars, planes, and ships, while shorter distances are quickly and easily overcome using cheaper taxi or metro services.
Local currency is the euro, and most of the living costs in Portugal are the same or even lower than in Lithuania. For example, a dinner for two in a restaurant will cost approximately 30 euros. You can buy a cup of coffee for just 1.15 euro and a glass of beer for 1.50. A light lunch under the open sky will not be too hard on your budget: you will pay 8 euros for 1 kilogram of cheese, approximately 1.30 euro for half a kilogram of white bread or some apples, 4 euros for a bottle of wine and 0.60 euro for a bottle of water.
Best return gifts choices
The Portuguese are famous for their handicrafts. Small hand-woven souvenirs will make everyone feel more important. Ceramic tiles that are used to decorate Portugal’s churches may also be used to brighten your home. Just find one that is to your liking and make it the first of many travel souvenirs to decorate your walls. Natural olive oil is great for making a delicious salad, and a bottle of red Portuguese wine will act as a nice evening opener for when you sit down with your friends and loved ones to tell them about your journey. This is also a fitting opportunity to showcase your new skills of opening wine bottles in a truly original way.
Enterprise Code: 110437597
VAT Code: LT104375917
address: Laisvės al. 61-1, Kaunas, LT-44304
9:00-19:00 — Workdays
18:00-19:00 — Weekends/Holidays