• Flights
  • Hotels
  • Cars
Close
Please fill in mandatory fields
  • Please select a departure
  • Please select a destination
  • Please select a departure date
  • !ucIbe:ibe-MsgDepartureDateRequired!@
  • Please fill in you promo code
Passengers with special needs >

(expectant mothers, children travelling alone, passengers in need of medical assistance, etc.)

Group bookings >

For groups from 10 persons, please book via our group bookings department

Multi-City Flights >

For trips containing more than 2 airports

Departure
Return (optional)
Adults
Children (-12 yrs)
Infants (-2 yrs)
Preferred class
Show me the lowest fares around these dates
I have a promotion code
Please fill in mandatory fields
  • Please select a pickup location
  • Please select a return location
  • Please select a pickup date
  • Please select a return date
  • Return time must be after pickup time
Pickup location
Pickup date
Pickup time
Return location
Return date
Return time
Country of residence
From Athens To Lagos
Sun,
23 Nov
Mon,
24 Nov
Tue,
25 Nov
Wed,
26 Nov
Thu,
27 Nov
Fri,
28 Nov
Sat,
29 Nov
07:30 17:40
07:30 17:40
07:30 17:40
08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40
08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40
08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40 08:30 17:40
16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40
16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40 16:40 17:40

Choose other dates

About Lagos

Lagos, the previous capital of Nigeria, is a bustling city, and together with Cairo, ranks amongst the largest cities of Africa. Lagos is Nigeria's administrative and economic centre, but it is still considered the commercial and cultural capital of Nigeria with the Nigerian film industry, affectionately known as 'Nollywood', being centred here. It is also the chief port of Nigeria.

The city has three major islands: Ikoyi, Victoria and the main Lagos Island, which is linked to the other, two islands by bridges. Lagos has an average daytime temperature of 25°C, with March being the hottest month and July the coolest. Dusty Harmattan winds are prominent in the dry season, which extends from November until March.

When visiting Lagos, you will be experiencing the true Nigerian life: friendly locals, a somewhat adventurous way of transportation, and last but not least: beautiful beaches. As one can expect in a city this size, there are plenty of shopping opportunities as well, with a few remarkably large shopping centres. On a more cultural note, the National Museum of Nigeria contains many specimens of Nigerian art, mostly pieces of statuary and carvings, remarkable for their variety and quality. It is not to be missed either!

Close