Hotels in Lisbon
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Lisbon 480 yd from city centre
From Lisbon Airport: follow directions to city center. Then follow south until Alameda das Comunidades Portuguesas and then...
The 7 Hotel
Lisbon 504 yd from city centre
The 7 Hotel is located at the heart of Lisbon’s historic downtown, at a 3-minute walk from both Rossio Square and Chiado....
Lisbon 563 yd from city centre
Situado en el histórico barrio de Chiado, por encima de Rossio, por lo que se puede disfrutar de unas vistas magníficas...
Grande Pensao Residencial Alcobia
Lisbon 840 yd from city centre
The hotel is located near the Praça da Figueira in the downtown area of Lisbon, from this privileged location...
Lisbon 942 yd from city centre
This city hotel is located just a few minutes from the centre. There are various shops, bars, restaurants, nightclubs and...
Book your cheap hotel in Lisbon
Set over the hills at the mouth of River Tagus Iberia, the Portuguese capital is among the most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities in Europe. The city is the home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the 16th-century Jeronimos Monastery.
Lisbon offers several alternatives for budget-friendly accommodations, including hostels and room-only hotels located inside historical buildings with stunning views of the city.
Neighbourhoods of Lisbon
Some of the best neighbourhoods to visit in Lisbon are:
- Baixa and Rosio: It is Lisbon’s downtown, home to several main landmarks in the city.
- Bairro Alto: This hilly neighbourhood is the best place to experience Lisbon’s nightlife.
- Alfama: Home to traditional cuisines and Fado music.
- Principe Real: Exhibits the trendy and fashionable side of Lisbon.
- Avenida da Liberdade: The place to find designer clothes.
- Graca and Sao Vicente: Jaw-dropping landmarks and wonderful views of the Tagus river.
What to see and do in Lisbon
The must-visit places in the Portuguese Capital are:
- St Georges Castle: It offers panoramic view of the city, the river and the distant Atlantic Ocean.
- Jeronimous Monastery: Highlights the wealth of the Age of Discovery.
- Lisbon Oceanarium: One of the world’s largest aquariums in the world.
- The Museu Calouste Gulbenkian: Hoards priceless artworks making it one Europe’s most celebrated museums.
- Padrão dos Descobrimentos: The enormous monolith pays tribute to the Portuguese navigators of the 15th century.
What to eat in Lisbon
Lisbon offers both traditional and exotic cuisines. Some of Lisbon’s very own delicacies that you should try while in the city are Predo and Bifana sandwiches.
Typical events and festivals in Lisbon
Tourists’ most favourite festival in Lisbon is the Popular Saints Festival, which runs for the first two weeks of June. The festival culminates with a carnival and street parties on the night of 12th June, followed by a bank holiday on the 13th.
How to move around in Lisbon
The tram, train, buses, and taxi are the conventional modes of transport, but you can simplify your travelling needs by buying train tickets or renting a car on our website.
The climate in Lisbon
Lisbon has long summers, pleasantly warm autumns and springs, and has the best winter weather of all European capitals. April is the wettest month.
More interesting facts about and sights in Lisbon
- The tomb of Vasco da Gama is in the Jeronimous Monastery.
- The Belem Tower was a political prison during the 19th century Liberal Wars.
- The Portuguese pavement is the most unusual landmark in Lisbon.