You can smoke at Lisbon Airport. Both terminal buildings have smoking areas. Terminal 1 has three smoking areas and terminal 2 has one.
Smoking areas at Lisbon Airport are called Espacos fumadores. They are well indicated on signs throughout the terminal building. Finding the smoking area can be difficult, but it is close to security.
Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport is the main gateway into Portugal’s capital. It has two terminal buildings and serves a wide number of airlines. It is the HUB of TAP Air Portugal and an important airport for Star Alliance customers. Most flights go to the neighboring capital of Madrid.
There are three smoking rooms in terminal 1. This is the main terminal that most passengers will frequent. Especially when you’re on a layover. It is the biggest of the two terminal buildings, therefore it can be challenging to find a smoking area close to you.
The first smoking area is in between gates 19 – 21. When you are in the proximity of this small pier, you will find that it is clearly indicated on the signs above the walkway.
You will be surprised by this smoking area. It is a large room with lots of room to move around. Another plus side is that it is close to the shopping plaza.
The other smoking area is near gate N47, at the far end of the terminal. This is quite a walk from the plaza. Very convenient if your flight departs from any of these gates.
Because of its location, you will find a lot less people over here. Perfect if you want a relaxing smoke in tranquility.
It is a cozy smoking area that has a few high tables with chairs. The wood-look gives it a Scandinavian vibe. Not a bad place to have a smoke.
If you’re looking for a great place to unwind, go to the ANA lounge. You will have to pay to get access, unless you’re traveling with a suitable airline (like KLM, Delta, Turkish, etc.). Traveling with the right airline will get you a discount or free access.
The lounge offers food, drinks, internet access, showers and a smoking room. Worth the money if you have a long layover.
Located a little further down the road is terminal 2. Mostly used by low-cost airlines like Transavia, Ryanair or easyJet. This terminal does not have a lot of amenities or shops but it is getting improved.
Luckily, terminal 2 does have a smoking room. It might be hard to find, but it is there. It is close to the security checks.
Lisbon airport also has a smoking area for users of smoke-free alternatives. If you are considering using a smoke-free alternative, there is a shop next to it. You can buy new equipment over there.
Great airport for smoking. Good for transfer to Azoren or Madeira from Europe.