For a few days’ holiday, a short stay or a business trip, Porto remains a prime destination. At the mouth of the River Douro, Portugal’s second largest city enchants visitors with its narrow streets, historical district of Ribeira, countless wine cellars and suspended bridges over the river: the Maria Pia bridge designed by Gustave Eiffel and the Dom Luis bridge, the city’s symbol, linking Porto to Vila Nova de Gaia. 


Flight from Lyon (LYS) to Porto (OPO)

Book a flight to Porto departing from Lyon

Porto is regularly linked with Lyon by two airlines: easyJet and Transavia.

easyJet offers five weekly flights : Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Transavia offers three weekly flights : Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays

To make the right choice, take note of the dates, times and prices of all of these flights, as well as the current promotions, by visiting the websites for the airlinesTransavia and easyJet.

Additional information

Close to the city centre (approximately 11 kilometres away), Porto-Francisco-Sa-Carneiro Airport is one of the most modern in Europe. This proximity makes it possible to reach the heart of the city within thirty minutes with the metro. The terminus for line E (purple) - direction Estadio do Dragao- is located right at the terminal exit. Convenient and inexpensive! Otherwise, there is the option of the bus (slower) and taxi (more expensive)...

Distance 1200 km
Local time
Time difference -1
Currency Euro
Language Portuguese