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Book international flights to Porto with IndiGo

It can be a bit of a hassle planning an international trip, but with IndiGo now flying Porto, you can expect a seamless travel to this beautiful destination. You can book India to Portugal flights, operated by IndiGo in partnership with Turkish Airlines, in just a few clicks. These flights operate from cities across India, like Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai. You can also join 6E Rewards to get the best flight deals. By being a member of 6E Rewards, you can also get offers on dining, access to airport lounges, entertainment, grocery shopping, and more.

Being one of the most beautiful cities, Porto compels visitors to think about staying longer. Here, you can take a stroll around the historic district of Ribeira, and get lost among the quaint shops and cafés. Don't forget to see the city's surrounding architectural marvels, including the Serra do Pilar Monastery and the Luiz I Bridge, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. As the days in Porto pass, savour the mouthwatering regional cuisine and soak in the splendour of the city to properly appreciate the amazing attractions.

India to Porto flight information

  • Distance between India and Porto: The aerial distance between India and Porto is 4,745 km.
  • India to Porto flights: There are many international flights that operate from India to Porto on a regular basis.
  • India to Porto flight timings: India to Porto flights are available at regular intervals. The timings are available on the IndiGo website and mobile app.
  • India to Porto flight ticket price: India to Porto flight tickets range from INR 40,000 to INR 90,000. The price may differ based on when you book your flight.
  • Multiple flights to Porto from India: Delhi to Porto, Mumbai to Porto,Chennai to Porto, Chandigarh to Porto and others.

Hello, Porto!

Although Lisbon, the capital, gets its share of attention, Porto is packed with its own must-see attractions. Due to its small size and ease of navigation, you can easily explore the city in a single day. Here, you can take a stroll around some of the magnificent sites, take a snapshot of the iconic railway station, or just enjoy the Duoro River and the massive Dom Luis I iron bridge that spans to Gaia. One of the must-see places here is the Vila Nova de Gaia wine cellars; it is one of the best places to visit to understand more about Porto's well-known wine. 

Porto travel guide

  • Cais da Ribeira: Ribeira, the old part of town, is a charming place. This riverside district is surrounded by a maze of narrow, winding streets and alleys, making it a pleasant neighbourhood to explore on foot. Tall townhouses and terraced restaurants overlook the Douro River, from where you can enjoy colourful city views and golden sunsets on the distant horizon. There are also sidewalk cafés for relaxing and socializing. 
  • Cleric's Tower: This iconic landmark clock tower can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. This 75-metre-high tower was designed by Nicolau Nasoni in the 18th century and commissioned by the Brotherhood of Clerics. What makes this tower worth visiting is the amazing panoramic views you get from the top. 
  • Palacio da Bolsa: The Palacio da Bolsa was built in the mid-19th century and was a former stock exchange, on the site of a Franciscan monastery. Inside the building, there are several rooms, including the Portrait Room which has a gallery of monarchs in uniform, and the Golden Room, where you can admire the gilded stucco ceiling. In addition to these two rooms, other parts of the building are also interesting, such as the jury room and the Arabic room.
  • Igreja de São Francisco: One look at the Igreja de São Francisco is enough to make you fall in love with its 18th-century baroque building. Not only the façade of the building is a work of art, but also the interior is attractive. It has an ornate altar and pillars, and the walls are painted with smiling angels and grumpy monks. The most interesting sight here is the San Francisco Jesse tree, carved between 1718 and 1721. 
  • World of Discovery: The city has interactive museums to ignite the spirit of discovery. This museum is one of the best places to visit in Porto. There are restaurants, themed cruises, and exhibits about early Portuguese sailors. There are boat trips that sail through the museum, aboard a miniature caravel, that inform and guide you about your discoveries.

Porto airport information

Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport (OPO), often known simply as Porto Airport, is the closest airport to the city. Its terminal serves both international and domestic flights. The airport has metro and bus services that link it to the city. The airport is approximately 10 km from the city centre.

Important points to remember while travelling to Porto

  • Flight booking - To get low-cost IndiGo flights to Porto from India, make advance reservations
  • Connecting flights - Make sure to check your connecting flight and its duration of layover while booking international flights
  • Visas and immigration - To enter Porto, you need a Schengen visa. Make sure to keep your travel documents, like your passport, with you to ensure a hassle-free process at immigration
  • Leave for the airport early - Arrive at the airport at least three hours in advance for international flights
  • Baggage allowance - Check the baggage allowance to know how much your check-in and carry-on bags can weigh while travelling on an IndiGo flight

FAQs about Flights to Porto

Which visa is required for Portugal?

A Schengen visa is required to visit Portugal. You can check the process of getting a Schengen visa here.

Which is the best time to book flights to Porto?

The best time to book flights to Porto is usually during the month of January. But it also depends on when you book your flight.

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