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Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal, (approx. 18.6 miles from the Hotel) has a rich history and is home to many beautiful and fascinating attractions.


Lisbon's oldest neighborhood, Alfama is a labyrinth of narrow streets, colorful houses, and historic churches.

Praça do Comércio

Also known as Terreiro do Paço, this square was once the main entrance to the city and is now home to many stores, cafes, and restaurants.

Rossio Square (Praça D. Pedro IV)

A busy square in the heart of the city, Rossio is surrounded by beautiful buildings and is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists.


This elegant neighborhood is known for its charming streets, historic cafes, and upscale stores.

Belém Tower

Torre de Belém, built in the 16th century, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of Lisbon's most iconic landmarks and one of the most visited monuments in Portugal.


Jerónimos Monastery

Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, this stunning Monastery was built in the 16th century and is a masterpiece of Portuguese Gothic architecture.


São Jorge Castle

On top of a hill overlooking the city, this medieval castle dates back to the 11th century and offers one of the most breathtaking views over Lisbon.


Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga

This stunning museum holds a vast collection of Portuguese and European art from the 12th century to the 19th century.



Lisbon's traditional music is an essential part of the city's culture, and there are many places to enjoy the heartfelt sounds of Fado at live shows throughout the city. One of the best fado houses in Lisbon is the "Clube de Fado" This intimate venue, in the Alfama neighborhood, is one of the most famous fado houses in Lisbon.


Pastel de Nata

One traditional pastry you should not miss: If you are searching for a traditional pastry to try in Lisbon, you can't miss, the Pastel de Nata. This famous sweet is a custard tart that was first made in Lisbon in the 19th century and since then has become one of the city's most appreciated treats. Pastel de Nata is made of a crispy crust filled with a sweet and creamy custard that is flavored with vanilla and cinnamon and is usually served warm and sprinkled with powdered sugar and cinnamon. The best-known place to taste Pastel de Nata is the famous pastry shop, Pastéis de Belém, located in Belém, Lisbon. However, you can find these delicious pastries in many bakeries and cafes throughout the city, and they are a must-try sweet for anyone visiting Lisbon.

Lisbon is the westernmost capital in continental Europe

The city is located on the Atlantic coast, and the westernmost point in continental Europe is only a short distance west of Lisbon.

The oldest bookstore in Lisbon was built in 1732

Livraria Bertrand, located in the Chiado neighborhood, is the oldest operating (continuous) bookstore in the world.

"Elevador de Santa Justa" was built by an mentee of Gustave Eiffel

The Elevador de Santa Justa, an impressive iron elevator connecting the center of Lisbon to Bairro Alto, was designed by Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, who was an mentee of the famous French engineer Gustave Eiffel.

Lisbon is known as the "city of seven hills"

The city is built on seven hills, and each hill offers a unique view of the city.

Lisbon has a bridge similar to the Golden Gate Bridge

The 25th of April Bridge, which connects Lisbon to the city of Almada across the Tagus River, was built by the same company that built the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

They are known for their love of seafood

Lisbon is a seacoast city, and the locals are famous for their love of seafood, particularly grilled sardines. The city even has a festive date called "Santos Populares" in June, where grilled sardines are a traditional dish.

They have a very unique way of communicating with their hands

The people of Lisbon often use hand gestures to communicate, which can be confusing to visitors who are not familiar with the local customs. For example, when someone raises his eyebrows and touches his chin, this means "I don't know".

They are passionate about soccer

Soccer is a big part of Portuguese culture, and the people of Lisbon are passionate about their local soccer teams. The two biggest teams in the city are S.L. Benfica and Sporting CP, and games between the two teams can be intense and emotional debate.

Bairro Alto

This historic location is known for its narrow streets and colorful buildings, and is also a popular destination for nightlife. The area has plenty of bars and restaurants, and you can find a little bit of everything, from quiet wine bars to vibrant clubs.

Cais do Sodré

Located by the sea, it has changed in recent years, and is now one of the most popular nightlife destinations in Lisbon. It has several clubs and bars, and is a great place to dance the night away.


This area, located near the riverside, is known for its vibrant nightlife. You can find several bars and clubs, and it is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The atmosphere is relaxed and you will find various styles of music and entertainment options.