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As well as being the capital city of Portugal, Lisbon is also the most popular tourist destinations in the country. That’s saying something when you consider the plethora of beachfront resorts that can be found in this part of Europe.

Part of the city’s appeal is its reputation for having the warmest winters of any major European city, which makes it a year-round destination. The city is served by Portela Airport, the number one arrival point for most that plan a trip to Lisbon. The city is also accessible by road and sea.

Lisbon is known for its many historical landmarks, many of which feature exquisite architecture. Two of the most famed of these are the Belem Tower and the Jeronimos Monastery, both of which have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Other popular landmarks found in and around the city – and those that make up a large part of any Lisbon trip plan – include the Sao Roque Church, which looks fairly ordinary from the outside but features a gold-laden chapel that is the most expensive in the world; Campo Pequeno, the city’s bullring; the Palacio de Queluz, a summer palace that once housed the Portuguese Royal Family; and the Castelo de Sao Jorge (St. George’s Castle), a medieval castle that looms over the city.

Those wishing to enjoy the arts should take in the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (the National Gallery) or the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, a private art collection spanning a multitude of different cultures and art styles.

Those looking to enjoy something a little more modern should head to the Parque des Nacoes (the Park of Nations) which is home to a lavish aquarium and picturesque gardens. From the park it’s also possible to see the Vasco da Gama Bridge, which stretches across the Tagus River. At more than 17km long, the bridge is the longest in all of Europe. Of course, if sandy beaches and sunshine are on the agenda, a number of picturesque beaches are readily accessible from Lisbon.

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From Trip: Portugal in 5 days
By: scyler

Morning - Lisbon was the center of Europe’s longest-lived overseas
empire. Portugal’s imperial ambitions date back to Prince Henry the Navigator’s
15th-century discoveries in West Africa. Morning sightseeing with a Local Guide
features a drive through the Baixa quarter’s main squares. Then, enjoy a walk
through the cobblestone alleys of quaint ALFAMA, the popular quarter of the
seamen and Fado singers. Drive along the grand Avenida da Liberdade up to Pombal
Square. Stop for pictures of Belem Tower, guarding the mouth of the Tagus, and
visit JERONIMOS MONASTERY with the tomb of Vasco da Gama. 

From Trip: Euro 2012
By: allen_melb

13 June to 15 June

From Trip: Europe 2012
By: doyce

Visit Lisbon by car during our 45 day car hire

From Trip: matthyst
By: matthyst


POI's:From Trip: From Lithuania to Portugal and back
By: RimaAdomaviciute

07.15 vakare atvykstame į Lisabonos apylinkes. Ieškomės nakvynės vietos.
07.16 visą dieną praleidžiame Lisabonoje. Nakvojame.
07.17 apie pietus pajudame į Cordoba (Ispanija)

Lisabona - Cordoba (501 km, 5 valandos 1 minutė)

From Trip: Portugal in 7 days 2013 A
By: VilijaNaruskevic


a drive through the Baixa quarter’s main squares. Then, enjoy a walk
through the cobblestone alleys of quaint ALFAMA, the popular quarter of the
seamen and Fado singers. Drive along the grand Avenida da Liberdade up to Pombal
Square. Stop for pictures of Belem Tower, guarding the mouth of the Tagus, and
visit JERONIMOS MONASTERY with the tomb of Vasco da Gama. 

If weather is shitty we can go to second biggest ocean museum in the world: https://opentravel.com/Oceanarium-Oceanario-De-Lisboa-Lisbon-Portugal-Lisbon

Day 1: Evening - Fado bars in Alfama

POI's:Day 2: Lisbon at night: another district: https://opentravel.com/Nightlife-Of-Bairro-Alto-Lisbon-Portugal-Lisbon
From Trip: 2014 05 Portugal
By: rogdias


POI's:From Trip: Europe 2014
By: bcallinv

Day 1: Arrive in Lisbon at 10:50 PM

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POI's:From Trip: Portugal'2014
By: Laura_Mazinte


POI's:From Trip: Zirtual Trip Plan
By: mmbeltrami

Eat At: Sunset Fado and Tapas
Stay At: Golden Tram 242 Lisbon Hostel or Home Lisbon Hostel

From Trip: wrzesien
By: PawelPodgorski


POI's:From Trip: Portugal Enero 2015
By: czigaran

Visitar Azenhas Do mar

Ir a tomar café a  A BrasileiraRua Garrett 1201200 LisboaPortugalAbierto hoy08:00–02:00

From Trip: Portugal Enero 2015
By: czigaran

Ir a tomar café a  A BrasileiraRua Garrett 1201200 LisboaPortugalAbierto hoy08:00–02:00

From Trip: Julho/2015
By: marianagresta


POI's:From Trip: test
By: AhmadMehrbod


POI's:From Trip: MarcosHauer's trip 1
By: MarcosHauer


POI's:From Trip: Hillary's trip 3
By: Hillary


POI's:From Trip: CourtneyJohnson's trip 1
By: CourtneyJohnson

Day 1: Walk around Jardim do Torel, paddle in the small pool and view the ocean and city centre from above.
https://www.lisbonlux.com/lisbon/jardim-do-torel.html

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