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Lisbon Sightseeing and Activities

Travelers love Lisbon for the monuments, ideal conditions for the practice of sport, or the delicious gastronomy. Make sure to include the following not to be missed attractions and activities to complete your clients' itineraries.

Experiencing the cosmopolitan life of Lisbon

Baixa Pombalina is the place to discover the past and the present of Lisbon’s commerce and cultural life. The Rossio Square connected by a pedestrian street will lead your clients to the magnificent Comércio Square from which they can visit one of Lisbon's best known landmarks, The Arch of Rua Augusta, offering of the best views of Lisbon. After admiring the spectacular views, those curious to learn how Lisbon became what it is today can embark on an interactive journey through time at the Lisboa Story Centre.

In the afternoon, stop at a café in the neighborhood of Chiado. After, go up to Bairro Alto, one of the most charismatic and bohemian neighborhoods of Lisbon, full of restaurants and bars. When the night falls, both Chiado and Bairro Alto become fun and exciting places to safely enjoy the street entertainment on the terraces and in the beautiful gardens.  

To make it even more special, recommend your clients to visit a Fado house in the historic neighborhood of Alfama to hear the amazing voices and sounds of the Portuguese guitar.

Parque das Nações is the most recent and modern residential area in Lisbon. Enthusiasts of the contemporary art scene will find a growing urban art movement, a cultural and architectural offering, green spaces, and leisure facilities.

Visiting Important Monuments & Museums

The seven hills of the city of Lisbon are dotted with magnificent
monuments from many different eras.

Sitting on the hill with the same name is the Castelo de São Jorge (Saint Jorge´s Castle), Lisbon's highest point. From the Castle, your clients can enjoy a unique view over Lisbon and learn a little more about the history of the region.


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Atlantic Beaches and Ocean

In a region where the sun is a constant, nothing is better than a dip in the Atlantic Ocean to cool off.

Arrábida, in the south of Lisbon, is a place where nature and the sea blend. Shades of green and blue dominate, producing the unique landscape between the beaches and the Arrábida Mountain. 

The crystalline waters that bathe these beaches are a secret for many until today, despite their recognition as being some of the best beaches in Europe. With more isolated accesses, these beaches are for lovers of nature and tranquillity.

Beaches, leisure opportunities, shops, and lifestyle are all to be found along the 'line' out to Cascais, a reinvented fishing village that is now an elegant seaside resort. Beyond the bay of Cascais is Boca do Inferno (Hell’s Mouth), a large cave that begins the Serra de Sintra cliffs and passes by the famous and busy Guincho beach, culminating at Cape Roca, the westernmost point of the European continent.

Ericeira is a paradise for the restless, thanks to its beaches and the excellent surf appreciated by an increasing number of fans, this village has been made a World Surf Reserve and the first European Surf Reserve. Windsurfers, kite surfers, and bodyboarders will feel at home here and will be able to attend some of the main sporting events on these beaches.

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Lisbon's Fantastic Flavors and Wine

Lisbon boasts a wide range of restaurants to suit most tastes and budgets, from traditional Portuguese to international cuisine. It has some of the best-value eateries of any European city, along with sophisticated, more expensive Michelin-starred restaurants.

Cod fish is as popular in Lisbon as anywhere else in the country in its five hundred recipes, as well as octopus and the whole variety of seafood. Recommend your clients a visit to the Bacalhau Story Center to discover the history of this cultural relationship, as well a sitting at the Center's restaurant where they can taste different cod dishes.

When it comes to desserts, the pastry shops impress any visitor. Its variety, due to the conventual tradition, is extremely rich and a paradise for the sweet tooth. The famous pastel de Belém, or pastel de nata, can be enjoyed fresh out of the oven, accompanied by a coffee. Other desserts include the travesseiros and queijadas de Sintra, as well as the Fradinhos de Mafra.

The Lisbon wine region is one of the most interesting in the country. The vineyards are greatly influenced by the sea and winds because they are so close to the coast. It is worth highlighting the Carcavelos Wine, produced within the municipalities of Cascais and Oeiras.

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With direct flights from major North American cities, such as Miami, New York, San Francisco, or Toronto, the Portuguese capital is the perfect starting point for your client's trip to Europe. 

Lisbon is a must for anyone seeking a destination rich in culture, safety, and inclusiveness. Long sandy beaches, abundant nature, fascinating history and stories, and the delicious flavors of Portuguese gastronomy come together in one place, where hospitality is celebrated. 

The city's privileged mild, sunny climate most of the year, illuminates the houses, beaches, and vineyards, inviting visitors to stroll through the various points of the city.

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Still standing is the remarkable Águas Livres Aqueduct, used for centuries to bring water to the capital. Its best-known point is the extraordinary archway in Alcântara, which includes the largest stone ogival arch in the world.

High up on Ajuda hill is the Ajuda National Palace, once the official residence of the Portuguese monarchy. It houses an unparalleled collection of decorative arts and the Royal Treasury Museum/Crown Jewels. 

Belém, the Museum District of Lisbon, is an area still maintaining its old style, with small and colorful houses contrasting with the grand monuments and museums, such as the Jerónimos Monastery. A landmark of Portuguese architecture and classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Near the Jerónimos Monastery and overlooking the Tagus stands Lisbon's unquestionable symbol, Torre de Belém, a fortification whose function was to defend the city.

Close by is the renovated Museu dos Coches (Coaches Museum), which houses the world’s most important collection of royal carriages and coaches.

Just over 30 minutes from the center of Lisbon, in Mafra are the famous Mafra Palace-Convent and the Tapada Nacional de Mafra. The palace features numerous collections, including Italian and Portuguese sculpture and painting, and a library, unique in the world, with some 38,000 magnificently adorned volumes.

In the center of Lisbon, at Rossio square, your clients can head to the Rossio Railway Station to take the direct train to Sintra. 

Classified by UNESCO as a Cultural Landscape and World Heritage site, Sintra has inspired international musicians, novelists, and poets. The cool, luxuriant and lush countryside melds harmoniously with the architectural exuberance of the mansions and Palaces that cloak Sintra in mystery and romanticism. 

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