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Newark to Lisbon Route Information

Travel Distance:3,380 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:TAP Portugal, United Airlines
Weekly Flights:54
Avg. Flight Duration:7.10 Hours

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Flights from Newark to Lisbon

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Airports in Newark

Newark is primarily served by Newark Liberty International Airport. This airport is located between the cities of Elizabeth and Newark, and offers scheduled flights to several domestic and international destinations. Travelers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through a free monorail system (called AirTrain), the state-owned NJT buses and bus rapid transit line go bus 28, besides private limousine, car service, and taxis. Newark is located 37 miles away from New York City’s JFK Airport and thus one can also avail catch flight from there also.

Explore Lisbon

Lisbon is the national capital of Portugal. It is westernmost capital city in continental Europe, the oldest in Western Europe, and one of the oldest cities in the world. This riverside city along the River Tagus stands facing the Atlantic Ocean and wows its visitors with its 8 decades-old tram system (called Electrico), historic districts, royal palaces and some superb examples of Medieval architecture. Some impossible to miss attractions here are Ponte Vasco da Gama (Europe’s longest bridge), the city square Rossio and a 1000-year-old royal building called Sao Jorge Castle.

Things to do in Lisbon

Sao Jorge Castle (Saint George Castle)

The Sao Jorge Castle is a Moorish castle situated on a hilltop above the city of Lisbon. It is believed to be first built in 48 BC by the Roman Empire and subsequently remodeled and rebuilt by other kingdoms until the Medieval Period. One can travel foot from Lisbon to the castle via a vintage neighborhood called Alfama.

Ponte Vasco da Gama (or ‘Vasco da Gama Bridge’)

The Vasco da Gama Bridge is the longest bridge in Europe. It is a cable-stayed bridge built above the Tagus River and runs to a total length of 7.6 miles, including its viaducts. This iconic bridge was opened on 29 March 1998 just before Expo 98, which was organized to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the discovery of the sea route by Vasco da Gama from Europe to India.

Rossio Square

Rossio Square has been the main square of the city ever since the Middle Ages. It is also known as the Pedro IV Square. People gather here to watch bullfights and attend celebrations. Visitors looking to feel the pulse of the city should start their day from here.

Best Time to Fly to Lisbon

The best time to fly to Lisbon is the summer season from June to August. With the city experiencing temperatures above 80 degrees Fahrenheit and daylight being maxed out, it is the best time of the year to enjoy sightseeing and events like Festas de Lisboa and Santos Populares.

Lisbon Travelers' Reviews

first trip

The trip to Acapulco was fabulous we have a blast the beach was perfect, flight was great to great food, my sister and her husband did the Tirolesa and they really like it - Nora  Oct 18, 2021

Baltimore late summer vacation

Great city with lots of fun and activities in the bay area, amazing crab fishing, so delicious - Alessandro  Oct 16, 2021