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Flights from Poland to PORTUGAL from €39 both ways!

Flights from Poland to PORTUGAL from €39 both ways! Find the cheapest flights to  Porto from Warsaw / Gdansk / Poznan and book your ticket at the best price! Flights to Portugal cost from only €39 both ways!

Porto is a busy industrial and commercial center. The city itself isn’t very populous (about 300,000 inhabitants), but the Porto metropolitan area (Greater Porto) has some 2,500,000 inhabitants in a 50km radius, with cities like Gaia, Matosinhos, Maia, and Gondomar. Porto has always been a mercantile city, and this is evident in the style of the buildings lining the Avenida dos Aliados, the core of the downtown area. The center of town, unlike other major Portuguese cities, which tend towards the baroque, is granite and monumental. Residents of Porto are known as Tripeiros (tripe eaters) due to the fact that the city went without meat in order to provision the capital and the fleet that departed to Ceuta in 1415, had to subsist on tripe stew, still a speciality of the city.

Travel period:

October – November 2017

Routes and examples:

Warsaw – Paris BVA – Porto – Paris BVA – Warsaw (€39)

4 – 10 Oct

8 – 15 Nov

15 – 22 Nov

Gdansk – Paris BVA – Porto – Paris BVA – Gdansk (€39 with WDC, €54 for all others)

7 – 14 Nov

14 – 21 Nov

Poznan – Paris BVA – Porto – Paris BVA – Poznan (€39 with WDC, €54 for all others)

4 – 11 Oct

18 – 25 Oct

15 – 22 Nov

Where to book:

Ryanair and WizzAir

Hand baggage is included!

Please note you have to buy 4 tickets separately!

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