Flights Brussels - Lisbon

Traveling to Lisbon? Choose cheap air tickets from +440 airlines starting at €51

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Departure Tue, 21 Feb Return Wed, 22 Feb
BRU Brussels
LIS Lisbon
return from 51€
Departure Wed, 15 Mar Return Fri, 17 Mar
BRU Brussels
LIS Lisbon
return from 56€
Departure Thu, 02 Mar Return Sat, 11 Mar
LIL Lille
LIS Lisbon
return from 63€
Departure Sat, 18 Mar Return Sat, 25 Mar
LIL Lille
LIS Lisbon
return from 118€
Route information
With its bars, cafes and an unrivaled maritime history, Lisbon is one of the best kept secrets of Europe.
Cost of living comparison
Average room price per night

Accommodation in Lisbon is 28% cheaper than in Brussels.

Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Lisbon are 29% cheaper than in Brussels.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Lisbon is 47% cheaper than a meal in Brussels.

Standard daytime start rate

A taxi fare in Lisbon is 12% cheaper than in Brussels.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee in Lisbon is 51% cheaper than in Brussels.


To and from the airports

Flights from Brussels

Brussels is the capital and the largest city of Belgium, while also enjoying its position as the de facto capital of the European Union. Brussels Airport is located 12 kilometers northeast of the city center and it is also the 21st busiest in Europe.

Flights from Brussels leave for all major destinations across Europe and the world. Brussels Airport has a single terminal where Pier A handles flights to and from Schengen countries, along with destinations in Africa. Pier B handles flights to destinations across the world. With its shops, bars and restaurants, Brussels Airport is a mini tourist destination in its own right.

Getting to Brussels airport

Brussels Airport is well connected to the city and its neighborhoods. The cheapest and easiest way to reach the airport is by taking a train at the Brussels South Railway Station, from which there are four trains every hour. You can reach the railway station from Brussels' central square, known as Grand Place (Grote Markt), by walk. Alternatively, you can take the Airport Line bus service from Brussels city center. If you are driving, take route A201, which is connected to the R0 highway. Car rental services and taxis are available all across the city, thoughthese services tend to be pricey.

Getting to Lisbon

Lisbon is Europe's westernmost capital city and is the cultural hub of Portugal. Discover the unique streets of Lisbon, whose pavements reflect a unique aesthetic sense, replicated across former Portuguese colonies. Take a moment to admire the Belem Tower and soak in the architectural extravagance that Lisbon has, thanks to its gothic, modern and postmodern buildings. Walk around the Chiado neighborhood and relax in its cafes. The Bairro Alto neighborhood is known for its bars and the docks of Alcantara, and Santos boasts some of the hippest nightclubs of the city. Enjoy the classical music venues, jazz bars, Fado houses and restaurants of Lisbon, a city that has something for everyone.

Arriving to the city centre

Flights from Brussels to Lisbon land at the Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport, also known as Portela Airport. Lisbon Airport is the 22nd largest airport in Europe. The airport's main section is Terminal 1, where most of the international flights land. Budget flights land at the smaller Terminal 2. Take the metro at Terminal 1 to reach Lisbon city center in just 16 minutes. You can also hop on one of the Carris city buses, which stop outside the Terminal 1 arrivals area. Route 783 and night route 208 connect to downtown Lisbon. Aerobus routes 1 and 2 take you to the Cais do Sodre and downtown areas respectively.