Discover things to do and places to see in Lisbon. Here’s a list with the top 10 attractions. From the medieval castle to the futuristic Parque das Nações and the village of Sintra, read about the best Lisbon has to offer.
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To visit the Douro valley and vineyards, we suggest a six-day tour designed for those wishing to experience port wine and other great Portuguese wines and to enjoy the beautiful Douro region.
A visit to one of Lisbon’s beaches is a great way to cool off during the city’s warm summer. The best part: most of them are accessible on public transport, and all are an hour away or less.
From historic stores to big brands and designer clothing, Chiado and Bairro Alto offer some of the best streets for shopping in Lisbon.
Bairro Alto is central in Lisbon’s nightlife, being the area with the highest concentration of bars and clubs. Read about some of the most popular spots.
Tuk tuk your way around Lisbon and explore the city with a local guide that drives you to the monuments and through the narrow streets of the historic neighbourhoods. Several circuits are available.
Join a 3-hour small-group walking tour in Chiado, Bairro Alto and Bica, three of the neighbourhoods that form the soul of Lisbon.
Enjoy a Fado show, the musical expression of Lisbon’s melancholic soul – a mix of nostalgia (saudade), hope, pride and conformism.
City sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tours are a comfortable way to discover Lisbon. From the open-top double decker bus, you will be guided through the city’s main attractions.
The classic, cross-city tram 28 takes you in a ride through the most picturesque parts of Lisbon – between steep hills and breathtaking views.
See Lisbon by boat, and get a different angle of the city. The cruises down the River Tejo are the perfect choice to discover Lisbon’s hidden gems in a trip that reveals wonderful views of the old and modern neighbourhoods.