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Best things to do in Lisbon

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

Open since 1969, this museum houses Calouste Gulbenkian's iconic private collection. The museum is surrounded by incredible gardens of diverse flora, where they also provide ample space for leisure and culture.

This place is definitely an obligatory stop for anyone visiting Lisbon.

Lisbon Oceanarium

The Oceanário de Lisboa is a large public aquarium whose prestige is widely recognised, not only in Lisbon and Portugal, but also across the world. Visited by approximately 1 million people every year, the Oceanário is the most popular cultural attraction in Portugal.

The excellent exhibitions organised by the Oceanário and the architectural features of its buildings, full of symbolism, allow for a unique, unforgettable experience. The Oceanário consists of two buildings connected by a large forecourt: the original Edifício dos Oceanos ("Oceans Building") and the new Edifício do Mar ("Sea Building"). The forecourt, from which the exhibitions and the educational area can be accessed, boasts a magnificent panel featuring 55 thousand tiles.


Lisbon’s Zoo

For more than 130 years, Lisbon’s Zoo has been one of the major attractions of the city. Here you can find over 2000 animals and 330 species, working simultaneously as a Botanic Centre of Conservation, Reproduction and Reintroduction of species on the brink of extinction into their natural habitats. And the cherry on top of the cake you ask? Subway station right in front.

Centro Cultural de Belém | Museu Berardo

Belém’s Cultural Centre is clearly a must see, notorious for its rich and diverse exhibitions, dance shows, theatre and music concerts; 
it is also home to Berardo’s Museum, which has an excellent collection of Contemporary Art.

Biking & Walking Tour


Jupiter Lisboa Hotel as bycicles for rent so you can enjoy the best what Lisbon has to offer. 



Parque das Nações

Built for EXPO 98, the Parque das Nações groups together some of the most special and visited places in Lisbon.
The second largest Oceanarium in Europe, the Vasco da Gama Tower, the Water Gardens and the cable car with an absolutely incredible river view.


The perfect combination of retail and night entertainment. We recommend a number of spots, namely the Chiado Warehouses,
Chiado Square and the mythical coffee shop, A Brasileira, with Fernando Pessoa’s statue greeting everybody that walks by, 
“Teatro São Luiz”, “Teatro da Trindade”, Teatro São Carlos (highly recommended for opera lovers) and the National 
Museum of Contemporary Art, more commonly known as Chiado’s Museum. 


It is considered one of the noblest areas of Lisbon, exactly 30 km away, it aggregates beach, palaces and several restaurants that you can visit. Among the most emblematic places are Casa de Histórias de Paula Rego, Casa e o Farol de Santa Maria and Museu dos Condes de Castro Guimarães

Bairro Alto

It just doesn’t get more typical than this when it comes to Lisbon’s neighborhoods. During the day local commerce 
dominates, but by nightfall, it’s a whole different story, revealing itself to be the ideal place for dining and relaxing 
during warm summer nights, and then move on to “Bica” and “Cais do Sodré”, guaranteeing that the fun will not end.

Lx Factory

It used to be a textile factory, today it is one of the most creative and fascinating places in Lisbon for those who love art, culture and gastronomy, with a river view.

Time Out Market

The team from Time Out Portugal magazine wanted to celebrate Lisbon in an epic way, so they brought together the best that the city has to offer in one place.

On one side of the building there is a market with fruit, vegetable, fish and meat sellers, on the other there are 26 restaurants, 8 bars, various commercial spaces and a concert hall.

It is one of the most crowded places in the capital, due to its particularities.


Between São Jorge Castle and the sea lies Alfama, one of the most typical and famous neighbourhoods of Lisbon. It was and always will be the birthplace of Fado, being the ideal place for a dinner accompanied by this Portuguese musical style.


 If there’s a neighborhood you cannot afford to miss out on, it’s Belém. Besides all its gardens, open-air cafes and terraces
clearly invitive of a fabulous sunset by the river, it’s also here that you’ll find some of Lisbon’s most iconic monuments, namely: “Torre de Belém”, “Mosteiro dos Jerónimos”, “Padrão dos Descobrimentos”, “MAAT” and the notorious and world famous Pastéis de Belém!

Elevador de Santa Justa

The Elevador de Santa Justa is iconically Lisboeta, and the only vertical lift functional for the public. It is 45 metres high, and carries a maximum of 20 people on the trip up and 15 people on the trip down to Rua do Ouro. The ticket costs 5,30€ for each trip.


Everyone knows it as MAAT, but its name is: Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology.

It is one of the most modern and unusual places (due to its architecture) that you will see in Lisbon. It was opened in 2016, next to the riverside area of Belém and is in space host to much of the contemporary rate that passes through the city.


A Unesco World Heritage, Sintra is a small paradise on the edge of Lisbon.

Less than an hour away by car, it is acclaimed for its versatility and beauty.

The Pena National Palace is an obligatory stop for anyone visiting it, and it must be said in passing that everyone remembers its magnificence, being considered the ex-libris of the town. But the truth is that it has no shortage of palaces: Monserrate Palace, Sintra National Palace, Setais Palace and the Palâncio das Valências. It is made up of mountains and sea, and some of its beaches, although cold, are capable of taking your breath away due to the natural beauty that overflows from them.

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