What to do in Lisbon
We’ve compiled a list of things to do in Lisbon to help you to know a little more about Portugal and give to your stay a sense of joy and fulfillment
72 hours in Lisbon
Of course, 3 days in Lisbon will never be long enough to see everything that there is to see and do here. The city has so many great attractions, bars, and restaurants, it would actually be difficult to see everything in 3 weeks, nevermind three days. Don’t worry, though: most people that come to Lisbon fall in love with it and end up coming back again and again. Whatever you don’t manage to see this time, you can pencil in for your return trip.
The best of Alfama
Snap a biological burger into a fifteenth-century saloon and let yourself be submerged in surreal poetry. The best of Alfama is still a mystery to many locals and this is the list to start.
48 Hours in Lisbon
Most people that come to Lisbon fall in love with it and end up coming back again and again. Whatever you don’t manage to see this time, you can pencil in for your return trip. For now, enjoy the local gems in 2 days.
The best of Graça
From the restaurants to the bars, this neighborhood has a special charm. It is one of the places to be disgraced in the city and drink glasses until it is time to go elsewhere, and where you can enjoy one of the restaurants on the hill. Claim yourself the best of the tables, the craft beer and the nightlife destinations of Graça and follow our script filled with the best this neighborhood saves.
The best of Principe Real
The editors around the world elected the 50 coolest neighborhoods of the moment. Principe Real was in 5th place. Everything happens at a difficult pace to keep up with in the trendiest, most edgy and most annoyingly difficult neighborhood to describe without resorting to any Anglicism. We run the neighborhood door to door, face to face, to bring all the news that was born here in 2018 – and there were more than 20. Restaurants, shops and cafes, everything is here to discover.
The best of Cascais
For those who think that in Cascais there is nothing more than beautiful beaches and waves to surf, we have more than two hands full of suggestions that prove otherwise and give matter to spend a full day (and the ones you want) in the village. Between eating, shopping and sightseeing, you will definitely feel like going for a swim. If the weather is not for fun, you can take a break for coffee and a treat, sweet or salty.
A Guide to Belem
Belem is almost an epicenter of museums, which deserve to be visited before or after a beautiful meal in the best restaurants in the area. It’s following our guide so you do not get lost.
The best of Mouraria
Mouraria is the birthplace of fado and has served as inspiration for countless songs. It is the most atypical typical neighborhood of Lisbon and the ideal place for those who want to visit what remains of the Lisbon of fado and tascas.