Lisbon to London

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Prices for trains, buses and flights

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Mon
Aug 26
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£333easyJet
Tue
Aug 27
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£292easyJet
Wed
Aug 28
£164Eurolines France
£250Air Europa
Thu
Aug 29
£139Flixbus
£291KLM
Fri
Aug 30
£144Eurolines France
£264easyJet
Sat
Aug 31
£153Eurolines France
£311easyJet
Sun
Sep 1
£124Eurolines France
£322Ryanair
Mon
Sep 2
£119Flixbus
£266Ryanair
Tue
Sep 3
£109Eurolines France
£172Iberia
Wed
Sep 4
£109Eurolines France
£162easyJet
Thu
Sep 5
£90Eurolines France
£150Eurowings
Fri
Sep 6
£85Flixbus
£135wizz air uk
Sat
Sep 7
£88Flixbus
£125wizz air uk
Sun
Sep 8
£78Flixbus
£150wizz air uk
Mon
Sep 9
£80Flixbus
£125wizz air uk
Tue
Sep 10
£114Eurolines France
£94Iberia
Wed
Sep 11
£99Eurolines France
£91Iberia
Thu
Sep 12
£84Eurolines France
£83Vueling
Fri
Sep 13
£80Flixbus
£94Iberia
Sat
Sep 14
£84Flixbus
£122PGA-Portugalia Airlines

How to Travel from Lisbon to London

The journey from Lisbon to London is popular with travelers for both business and leisure. The trip between these two busy capital cities is convenient whether you choose to travel by bus, train or plane. Depending on the mode of transit and time of departure, journey times vary substantially. Key departure points in Lisbon include Gare Rodoviaria Sete Rios and the airport. Bus and plane journeys from Lisbon to London are available 7 days a week.

What is the best way to travel from Lisbon to London?

Cheapest way to travel from Lisbon to London

Flying is the cheapest way to travel from Lisbon to London, and booking in advance helps offset the cost of plane tickets. Taking the bus from Lisbon to London, although possible, is a long 36-hour journey. The trip does not involve any changes and can be a good way to see the surronding landscape of the almost 1000 mile ride. The bus route is mainly provided by ALSA and makes the journey 4 times a day.


Fastest way to travel from Lisbon to London

Flying is the fastest way to travel from Lisbon to London. Vueling, KLM, Iberia, Austrian, Air France and Alitalia all offer one-stop flights, which make stops in a variety of connecting cities including Amsterdam and Paris, in order to break down the length of each flight. All of these airlines offer a large selection of flights that depart daily, sometimes less than an hour apart, that take anywhere from 6 to 12 hours to arrive in London. However, for those who prefer a direct flight, a journey with TapPortugal will take no more than 3 hours, with around 8 flights each day departing at 2-hour intervals.


Most popular way to travel from Lisbon to London

Situated around 984 miles apart, taking the plane is the most popular option for traveling from Lisbon to London. Regular flights depart from Lisbon and arrive at Gatwick and Heathrow airport within 3 hours, depending on whether the flight is direct. Flying is especially convient for travelers landing in Gatwick and Heathrow, because both are easily to reach the city center from. The Heathrow express train departs from Paddington and arrives at Heathrow, whereas the Gatwick express train departs from Victoria in central London and arrives at Gatwick. Both trains offer continuous departures throughout the day.


Attractions in London

London receives the most international arrivals out of any city in the world. Some of London's main attractions include the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, St Paul's Cathedral, Tower Bridge, the London Eye, the British Museum, the Tate Modern and Wembley Stadium as well as Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur football clubs.

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BusLISBOA (Gare Oriente)

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TrainLisboa - Santa Apolonia

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