Sat. May 21st, 2022

As the Met Office predicts a cold snap is on the way and some bookmakers say it may be the coldest winter ever, it may be time to look outside the UK for an escape from the gloomy weather.

November is generally a quiet time for tourism, so it’s one of the best times to haul some flights to a place a little warmer without breaking the bank.

There is such a trip available just around the time the weather in the UK seems to be getting sour.

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Flying to Lisbon seems like a very good option if you want a respite from frostbite
Flying to Lisbon seems like a very good option if you want a respite from frostbite

Tickets for the Portuguese capital Lisbon from Heathrow are equal £ 51 round trip for a 6-day stay between 11 November and 17 November.

And it recently made Condé Nast Travelers’ latest top 20 list in the world, so you certainly will not be bored during your winter vacation.

Temperatures are also forecast to be significantly higher in Lisbon during November with altitudes of 18 degrees, which is significantly higher than London’s 10 degrees.

The flights are designed to maximize the time you get in the Portuguese capital, with the flight leaving the UK in the morning and the return flight starting in the evening.

Tickets for the Portuguese capital Lisbon from Heathrow are only £ 51 round trip
Tickets for the Portuguese capital Lisbon from Heathrow are only £ 51 round trip

Air Portugal flights seem to be an absolute bargain, and with November being a quieter month for holidaymakers, accommodation on the Iberian Peninsula is also cheaper.

The deal is currently being offered on Skyscanner, which is known to fluctuate prices, so it’s best to turn on while the iron is hot if you’re interested.

Flying to Lisbon seems like a very good option if you want a respite from frostbite.

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