Lisbon has gone electric scooter crazy! Fun and easy to operate, this personal transport device is the hip way to explore the city. Follow this itinerary, and have a blast scooting around Lisbon.
TAP Air Portugal is increasing the offer of direct flights between the United States and Lisbon as part of its business strategy. Find out what your options are for buying the cheapest nonstop flights between US cities and Lisbon.
Seven days are enough time to explore Lisbon and Porto, and to include a few stops on the way. This itinerary is perfect for first time visitors to Portugal with limited time.
With several new restaurants opening up, being vegetarian in Lisbon has become really simple, provided you know where to go. Here’s a selection of veggie places that you may want to try out.
Coimbra is halfway between Lisbon and Porto, which makes it one of the most popular stops between these two cities. Use these travel directions to get from Lisbon to Coimbra where you can visit one of the world’s oldest universities, established in 1290.
Electric scooters are fun, fast, and make getting around Lisbon easier. Tourists are also using them more often. After the Californian-based Lime, several other scooter-sharing companies like Bungo, Flash, Hive, Iomo, Tier, Voi, and Wind, are now operating in the city.
Explore Lisbon’s finest monuments and museums, including the iconic Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery, with this self-guided tour. You can pick the sights that most interest you and see them in any order. Use our suggestions for eats and drinks.
Lisbon is officially the coolest capital in Europe after scooping two awards for Best City Destination and City Break at the World Travel Awards. But Portugal won 17 awards in total. Here’s the complete list.
If you’re going to be in Lisbon on 31 December, there are plenty of ways to celebrate – from intimate dinners to hotel parties to bar hopping to free fireworks display. Check out these ideas for your New Year’s Eve celebration in the Portuguese capital.
Are you stuck on a rainy day in Lisbon? Don’t worry! Even in bad weather, you can find plenty of things to do that will keep you mostly dry and definitely entertained. Just grab an umbrella or a rain jacket, and don’t let a rainy day ruin your Lisbon visit.
Michelin has picked 26 restaurants in Portugal at the 2019 awards, with three new entries and one upgrade. Portugal has now 20 restaurants awarded one star and 6 that are at the two-star level. Check out the full list.
Lisbon has great seafood restaurants where you can enjoy fresh catches-of-the-day, shellfish, and more. Here are 10 great spots to check out. Use the map to locate the one that is closest to you.
Served everywhere in Lisbon, and cooked in every way, shape and form, here’s a list of some of the best restaurants to eat cod in Lisbon.