Discover the neighborhoods of Lisbon
The capital of Portugal is a vibrant, exciting city full of history and an ongoing renaissance that makes it an exciting destination for first time travelers or those coming back to see what else has been reborn or renovated. Over the past few years, Lisbon has seen a lot to renovations and innovations, making this an exciting time to visit this beautiful city.
While it is easy to reach Lisbon via ground transportation from many parts of Europe, many travelers arrive via Portela Airport, which connect the city to the rest of Europe and Africa. The airport is located close to the city center, which makes it convenient for most hotels in the city center and northeast district.
Lisbon’s winding alleyways and white-washed homes along the Atlantic coast are, to say the least, stunning. To get the most out of this city, a walking tour arranged through a hotel in the city center is the way to go. The historic center of the city is home to many monuments and Jesuit monasteries such as the Hieronymites Monastery, which is a popular landmark in the city, as well as the exceptional National Coach Museum which is located nearby.
There’s a lot more to see and do in Lisbon, and the best way to discover what else this city has to offer in terms of attractions, landmarks, and hotels is by exploring the interactive map on this page.