Flights Porto - London

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Departure Mon, 19 Dec Return Wed, 04 Jan
OPO Porto
LGW London
return from 70€
Departure Fri, 16 Dec Return Tue, 03 Jan
OPO Porto
LTN London
return from 57€
Departure Fri, 16 Dec Return Tue, 03 Jan
OPO Porto
LHR London
return from 153€
Departure Sun, 11 Dec Return Thu, 15 Dec
OPO Porto
LCY London
return from 249€
Route information
London has historically been one of the greatest centers of not only classical music, but also rock music.
Cost of living comparison
Exchange rate
1.00 EUR = 0.85 GBP
Euro British Pound Sterling
1 GBP = 1.19 EUR
Last checked on 02 December 2016
Hotel
Average room price per night
137%

Accommodation is 137% more expensive in London than in Porto.

Porto
34.78 EUR
London
82.58 EUR
Train
Local, one-way ticket
127%

Trains are 127% more expensive in London than in Porto.

Porto
1.30 EUR
London
2.95 EUR
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
195%

The average meal is 195% more expensive in London than in Porto.

Porto
6.00 EUR
London
17.71 EUR
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
11%

Taxis are 11% more expensive in London than in Porto.

Porto
3.40 EUR
London
3.78 EUR
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
208%

Coffee is 208% more expensive in London than in Porto.

Porto
1.00 EUR
London
3.08 EUR

To and from the airports

Flights from Porto

Porto is Portugal's second largest city and one of the most desired tourist destinations in Europe. Francisco de Sá Carneiro Airport serves as Porto's main air transport hub and is located around 15 kilometers from the city center. The airport was refurbished as part of the Euro 2004 football championships and is now one of the most modern airports in Europe.

This airport was previously known as Pedras Rubras Airport. In 1990, it was renamed after Francisco de Sá Carneiro, a former Portuguese prime minister. After the refurbishment of the airport, Porto Airport is consistently ranked among the best of airports in Europe. The airport is located in Pedras Rubras neighborhood of the city.

Getting to Porto airport

If you are traveling to London, you will first need to arrive at Francisco de Sá Carneiro Airport, which is 11 kilometers from the city center. The easiest way to get to the airport is by taking Porto Metro's Line E. All you need to do is arrive at Porto's main railway station, also known as Campanha. From there, Line E takes you directly to the airport. You can also get on one of the STCP buses that run between the city and the airport. The easiest way to get to the airport is by taxi, which can be found across the city.

Getting to London

London is not only a historical city and a financial center, but also one of the major music capitals of the world. Explore London's musical side when you get the chance to visit the city. Begin your day at Barbicann Arts Centre, which is known for its orchestra and chorus groups. Head toward Royal Albert Hall, where Britain's largest pipe organ is kept. Find some time to visit one of the many conservatoires that dot the city, such as Royal Academy of Music and Trinity Laban. If you are a rock music fan, there will always be some concert happening in London. Wembley Arena and Earls Court regularly hold rock concerts.

Arriving to the city centre

Flights from Porto to London may land at either Heathrow or Gatwick airports. However, your flight may also land at Luton, Stansted or Southend airports. Gatwick and Heathrow are connected to the city center conveniently via trains. Luton, Stansted and Southend airports are connected by train, but they are far away. The journey from each of these airports may take close to an hour. However, if your flight lands at London City Airport, you will already be in the city center. Just walk outside the airport and find your way to your destination. Taxis can be found outside all the six airports that serve the city of London.