Lisbon is small enough not to feel overwhelmed by its size, but at the same time it is large enough not to feel isolated or to not have the same services and lifestyle that anybody can have in any other city of Europe. It is one of the preferred destinations for a short holiday as it is the perfect city to visit during two or three days without feeling overwhelm by a huge number of monuments.
Lisbon is considered as an astonishing city with buildings made of limestone that leaves no tourist indifferent. It is the oldest capital of the western part of Europe that is waiting for our next visit. Here are some things to visit in this place.
Portugal’s capital brings together historical charm with trendy bars, exciting parties and an emerging art scene. Once you’ve enjoyed exploring the sites, check out our top 5 alternative things to do in Lisbon.
Roasted chestnuts and cherry liqueur are the flavours of Lisbon at Christmas time. With festive decorations illuminating the historical centre and choirs heard singing traditional Portuguese songs, December is a great time to come and enjoy the holiday season in this Portuguese city. Here are some tips on how to enjoy Lisbon this Christmas.
The Portuguese capital offers mouthwatering morsels on every street corner, from fresh fish to custard cakes. With so much choice of culinary delights and cool restaurants, the hardest choice is where to start. For the local insider tips, here’s our guide to Eating in Lisbon on a Budget.
From the best viewpoints in this charming historic capital, to the tastiest cakes, check out our recommendations for the top 10 things to do in Lisbon.
One of Europe’s most spectacular cities, the Portuguese capital is filled with charming hilly streets and beautifully facaded buildings, tumbling down to the sea from the city’s seven hills. With a wealth of historical monuments and tempting cafes with sea views, grab a map and set out to discover the city’s treasures.