Is the Algarve still hot in October?

Late-season sun seekers can still be found sunbathing throughout the autumn, enjoying average daily maximum temperatures ranging from 26°C in September to 19°C in November. Whilst it remains warm in Algarve, rainfall rapidly increases through the autumn season: 26mm in September, 56mm in October and 81mm in November.

Which part of Portugal is the warmest?

The Algarve region in the south of Portugal is the most popular tourist destination due to its higher temperatures year-round than the north.

What is the average temperature in southern Portugal in October?

72.5 FahrenheitOne of the great perks of Portugal is its year-round sunshine and temperate weather, particularly on the coast and in the south. In October, Portugal's average high temperature sits around 22.5 Celsius (72.5 Fahrenheit). Portugal's average low temperature in October is 15.1 Celsius (59.2 Fahrenheit).

What is the hottest part of Portugal in October?

What is the weather like in the Algarve in October?

It's pretty mild at this time of year, but it's a good idea to bring along a jumper or light jacket for the evenings. The average daily maximum is 24 C and the average daily minimum is 18 C.

How hot is Lisbon in October?

Autumn. In September, temperatures remain a warm 26.6°C, with around 9 hours of sunshine to be appreciated daily. In October, the city sees a pleasant daily average of 22.6°C, and by November this drops further to a comfortable 17.5°C.

What is Portugal like in October?

While temperatures in Porto in the north can still nudge highs of 70°F (21°C), they can drop as low as 54°F (12°C), and around 10 days of rain are to be expected. Edging south towards Lisbon, it's a tad warmer, with highs hitting 73°F (23°C) and around eight days of rain.

How long is the high speed train from Porto to Lisbon?

2 and a half hoursPorto to Lisbon Train InformationThe distance from Porto to Lisbon is 332 km (206 mi) and the high-speed Alfa Pendular bullet train ride takes as little as 2 and a half hours. The train is well-equipped and offers modern amenities and onboard comfort all the way from Porto Portugal to Lisbon.

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