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Lowest round trip fares by airline from Boston and Lisbon District

Cheapest prices ($249 One Way, $246 Round Trip) found within past 7 days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Great Deals On Cheap Hotels in Lisbon District

Holiday Inn Lisbon
4.0 out of 5.0

Located in Lisbon Old Town, this golf hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Instituto Superior Tecnico, Gulbenkian Museum, and Marquis of Pombal Square. University ...

EPIC SANA Lisboa Hotel
5.0 out of 5.0

Located in Lisbon Old Town, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Amoreiras Shopping Center and Marquis of Pombal Square. Rossio Square and Lisbon ...

ibis Lisboa José Malhoa
2.0 out of 5.0

Located in Lisbon Old Town, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Entrecampos, Lisbon Zoo, and Gulbenkian Museum. Amoreiras Shopping Center and Marquis of ...

Fly From Boston to Lisbon District

OriginBoston
DestinationLisbon District
Number of Daily Flights2
Earliest Flight Departure DateAug 11
Latest Flight Departure DateAug 11
Popular AirlinesTAP Air Portugal

Cheap flights from Boston to Lisbon District

Cheap flights from Boston to Lisbon

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is just four miles northeast of the city of Boston, and serves the entire New England area. It is accessible via Highway 1A and Interstate-90.

Flight times to Lisbon International Airport (LIS) are usually between 12 and 16 hours and flights start at 3 p.m. LIS is surrounded by major highway networks that include Routes A8, A36, IC17 and IP7.

Attractions and tips

St. George’s Castle commands a birds-eye view of the nation’s capital, located high up on an overlooking hillside, with embattlements, museums and interesting archeological sites to offer. The Lisbon Oceanarium is known as one of Europe’s finest aquariums and is one of the largest and most family-friendly facilities anywhere.

Cultural enthusiasts will love the Museu Clouste Gulbenkian, which is one of the most celebrated museums on the continent. The Belem Tower was built during the 16th century and is representative of Portugal’s Age of Discovery.

For something different, check out the Aguas Livre Aqueduct, which began supplying the Portuguese capital with water in 1748 with water piped from a fresh spring north of the city.

Lisbon was built over a string of seven hills north of the Tagus River estuary, and it is a city proud of its Moorish heritage, as well as its modern cultural sophistication, evident in its museums and architecture. Optimum visiting times are in spring and fall, when weather is mildest.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.