Lisbon is the capital of Portugal, and for that reason is the most visited city by tourists.

Taking into account that most historical neighborhoods are located in Lisbon downtown, the visit to these places are of mandatory passage for anyone who visit Lisbon. The Bairro Alto is one of the most paradigmatic of Lisbon, not only for its typical features and popularity, but also by their characteristic traits of modernity, eclectic and multicultural environment that presents.

Places to visit in Lisbon?

The choices are diverse and complicated will be able to visit all the wonders of Lisbon within the travel time. Start your visit by Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, Torre de Belém, Lisbon Oceanarium. For those who like to deal with nature, the Zoo and the Park of Monsanto has to be included in the list of visitors.
The monument to the discoveries is also one of the most important that characterizes the greater Lisbon. The arch of Rua Augusta located in Praça do Comércio, is a place of passage required and where you can enjoy relaxing in some of the excellent terraces that are locates at this square.
Santa Justa elevator also called Carmo lift, the Vasco da Gama tower with 140 meters, built on Parque das Nações, are just two of the locations where you will be delighted with great views of the city and the Tagus River. However there is a wide variety of museums and monuments that overflow history and cannot be missed. Take the opportunity to meet the recently opened carriages Museum where you can meet the largest collection of carriages in the world!

Reach the Capital of Portugal is a fairly simple process, Lisbon Airport is 7 km away from the Centre of Lisbon and ensures the departure and arrival of flights daily to the major cities of Europe, as well as to the rest of the world.
The Hotel Avenida Palace is an excellent choice for your stay while traveling through Lisbon, was the hotel winner of the Traveller Choice Awards in 2015. In addition to its location being fantastic, the hotel is just in the city center, near the plazas, that give access to other points of interest, the Hotel Avenida Palace is an old hotel but completely refurbished and with excellent and modern facilities. This is just one of multiple offers of hotels in Lisbon.
Lisbon is also a place where gastronomy is taken serious, amongst a great variety of traditional food we strongly recommend to taste fish dishes accompanied by an excellent and fresh white wine. For a desert take a walk at Belem and taste the most famous of all Portuguese pastry the Pastel de Nata.
The weather in Lisbon is considered one of the warmest European capitals, benefiting from a Mediterranean climate with notable subtropical characteristics. It’s neighboring on the Atlantic Ocean, as well as the influences of the Tagus River, contribute to Lisbon’s advantage of enjoying the warmest winters of all capital cities of Europe. By its weather Lisbon can be deemed an all-season destination, though the differences between the tourist pursuits one can indulge in during the summer season and the winter season are quite considerable.
Another aspect that characterizes the Capital of Portugal is Fado! Hear and feel the typical Portuguese soul, is one of the activities that you cannot fail to appreciate. There are several places where you can admire this kind of music, as for example, the Fado in Chiado, the Fado House Marquis da Sé, the Faia and Adega Machado.
If you are looking for a dynamic, multifunctional space, then a visit to the Parque das Nações is an excellent bet. This is a space that is stated as being the contemporary brand of Lisbon. If you don’t believe me, then you have to peek into this wonderful cosmopolitan city!
Plan your vacations and visit Lisbon, there are so many things to enjoy and appreciate we are sure you won’t regret.