Central Lisbon is best explored on foot, and this great walk will take from the Bairro Alto to Cais do Sodré by the River Tejo, passing through Chiado. It includes viewpoints, churches, an opera house and a museum, cafés, and places where you can eat and recharge during your walk.
Discover Alfama on foot and catch sweeping views of the river and the city. All you need is some water and comfortable walking shoes for Lisbon’s steep paved cobblestone streets.
Do you have three days to see Lisbon? This is an itinerary especially designed for those planning three days in the Portuguese capital. It includes dinner at a fado restaurant and a must-do day trip to Sintra and Cascais.
Sintra and Cascais make the perfect day trip from Lisbon. From Sintra, venture onward to Cabo da Roca and see the westernmost point in mainland Europe. Then visit the stunning Ursa and Guincho Beaches, and finish off in Cascais.
Mafra is home of the most important baroque palace in Portugal, while Ericeira is a seaside resort and a surf destination, known for its beauty as well as its break. This day trip is perfect for independent travelers, and can also be done as a private tour.
A day trip to the city of Tomar is the ideal way to get out of Lisbon to explore the Convent of Christ, a Unesco World Heritage Site, and the Castle of Almourol. You can take this trip either independently or as part of a tour.
Want to visit all the must-see Lisbon sights in one day? Here’s a step by step itinerary to help you see the most important attractions in Lisbon, ending the day at a fado restaurant.
Do you have two days to see Lisbon? This is an itinerary especially designed for those planning a two-day or weekend getaway in the Portuguese capital. It includes dinner at a fado restaurant.