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Lisbon: Our recommendations
Enjoy your apartment in Lisbon and the picturesque Portuguese capital
Capital of Portugal, Lisbon offers a wide variety of accommodations for the millions of visitors who come to Lisbon every year. Whether in an apartment in Lisbon center or in an accommodation in the outskirts, here you can contemplate the passage of history and experience a unique nightlife atmosphere.
Lisbon is the capital of Portugal.
Art, culture and festivals for your Lisbon vacation
Wandering around the city, the cultural and artistic influences of different civilizations are evident: Phoenicians, Romans, Moors, and Iberians have made its architecture and urban structure distinctive. The Castle of Sao Jorge allows a bird's eye view of the city from above; descending, one encounters the Miradouro of Santa Luzia, near the church of the same name, another place to stop for a break and enjoy splendid views. The Dockas, port warehouses repurposed as clubs, are a favorite hangout for young people along with the many discos. Near Lisbon you can visit Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with its magical castles, or Cascais, a famous seaside resort. Lisbon's museum, known as the Ricardo do Espirito Santo Silva Foundation holds beautiful works expressions of decorative arts. Stop by the flea market, known as the "thieves' market," you can buy prints, azulejos tiles, or wrought iron handicrafts. What are you waiting for, come to a Lisbon vacation rental, there are solutions for all needs, modern furnished apartments and a stone's throw from the main streets; thanks to frequent air flights you can come for a quick weekend or a longer stay.
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Lisbon brings together the best of Portuguese gastronomy
In addition to a wide range of accommodation, the capital of Portugal offers its visitors an enviable gastronomic variety. In each region there are star dishes, and Lisbon is the city that concentrates the best of each area of the country through a varied offer of restaurants; from small establishments to large and elegant luxury restaurants, through fantastic pastry shops and neighborhood restaurants with delicious menus.
The most consumed meat in Portuguese territory is pork, which, cooked in different variants, is one of the essential dishes to taste during your stay in an apartment in Portugal. In this sense, one of the most popular recipes is the porco à alentejana, a delicious combination of pork, potato, clams, paprika and coriander. Migas à alentejana is another typical dish with pork and bread. The restaurant Claras em Castelo, located next to the Castle of São Jorge, includes both recipes in its interesting menu.
For its part, cod is the most typical fish in Portugal and is present in many recipes, such as cod à bras, cod with cream or cod croquettes. Caldereta de peixe can also be tasted in many places in the capital, as it is one of the most famous Portuguese stews. As for pastries, Belém cakes and cheese tartlets stand out. Remember that the best gastronomic corners of Lisbon are in La Baixa, Bairro Alto and Chiado.
Lisbon by night: the cozy fado clubs
In the streets of Barrio Alto you will find live music clubs, where you can enjoy the traditional fado, typical Portuguese music with melancholic tints. A Tasca do Chico or Cine Theatro Gymnasio are good examples. The intimate atmosphere that is created in them is really unique.
Top places in Lisbon
Once at your accommodation in Lisbon, start your Portuguese journey by visiting the Comercio Square, one of the most elegant in Europe, with its spectacular porticoes, the Rua Augusta arch and the bronze statue of José I in the center. Given its proximity, 2500 feet, take the opportunity to go to another emblematic place, Rossio Square, the nerve center of the city. Before returning to your accommodation, enjoy an unmissable experience: climb the neo-Gothic elevator of Santa Justa to enjoy magnificent views. This is just a two-minute walk from Rossio.
After resting in your accommodation, the next day you can start where you left off, since next to the aforementioned elevator is one of the most peculiar churches in Portugal, the church of Convento do Carmo, located in the neighborhood of El Chiado, where one of the main attractions is located. For its part, the Alfama neighborhood, also central and picturesque, brings together beautiful and important buildings, including the Sé de Lisboa, a beautiful Romanesque cathedral perfectly preserved.
Do not leave your accommodation without visiting the neighborhood of Belém, about 3.7 miles from the center, which has as its main monument its namesake tower, which was named a World Heritage Site. And if you are one of those who do not stop still in your holiday apartment, make the most of the rest of your stay in Lisbon by visiting the castle of St. George, the Jeronimos monastery, the Park of Nations or the sculpture of Christ the King.
What to see in Lisbon
1. Jerónimos Monastery
Founded in 1501, it is one of the main attractions of the Belém neighborhood. It stands out for its Manueline style elements, which is based on combining Gothic and Renaissance architectural features. In it is possible to visit the tombs of Vasco de Gama and Luís de Camões.
2. St. George's Castle
In the heart of the historic center and on top of a hill, this castle presides over the city in an imposing way. From it you will enjoy unbeatable views of the Portuguese capital. This construction stands out for its perfectly preserved walls from the sixth century.
3. Bairro Alto
This is the most emblematic and picturesque area of Lisbon. Built on a hill around the 16th century, this neighborhood is famous for the graffiti on its walls, its bars and live music clubs.
4. Belém Tower
The most famous monument of the Portuguese capital, also made following the outlines of Manueline architecture. Located at the mouth of the Tagus, this tower was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983.
5. Lisbon Oceanarium
On the site of the 1998 Expo is this great museum of marine biology. Its curious architecture reminiscent of an aircraft carrier and the species that can be seen in its main tank, such as sharks and barracudas, are more than enough reasons to justify a visit.
It's a great museum of marine biology.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most popular accommodation types in Lisbon are apartment rental and bed and breakfast rental. With 2,870 accommodations in Lisbon, the perfect vacation home is only one click away.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €53 per night. Most bed and breakfast rental in Lisbon are 18 m² and apartment rental are 72 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Lisbon?
If you are traveling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rental are the most pet-friendly accommodations in Lisbon. On average a pet-friendly rental costs €285 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations in Lisbon for a group. On average, the apartment rental has space for 4 guests.
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