Lisbon
Lisbon

Lisbon

Portugal's capital is synonymous with stimulation overload.

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From 11/02/2019 to 24/03/2019

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5 good reasons to go

Rich cultural heritage
Rich cultural heritage
Explore the city by foot or tram, marvelling at the cathedral, São Jorge Castle, Jerónimos Monastery and Belém... Here in this head-turning city, you won't know where to look. Pop into the Azulejo and Fado museums for a master class in Portuguese culture.
Breath-taking views
Breath-taking views
Surrounded as it is by hills, Lisbon isn't short on gorgeous viewing points. A stone's throw away from the Carmo Convent, a quirky little attraction awaits: the Santa Justa lift. Prepare to be dazzled by the views here! On Lisbon's other bank, the Christ the King statue dominates the landscape. From up here, the entire city and its 25 de Abril Bridge is revealed.
Into the wild in the heart of the city
Into the wild in the heart of the city
Lisbon is home to some gorgeous natural beauty spots. Head to the botanical garden and the Park of the Nations to catch your breath, where the Lisbon Oceanarium and the Pavilion of Knowledge are on hand to inspire children. The cable-car here is an opportunity to soar above the park grounds, and a cruise along the Tagus is another good way of getting some fresh air.
Soak up the sounds of Lisbon
Soak up the sounds of Lisbon
Like any self-respecting European capital, Lisbon is packed full of yearly events. June is a particularly busy time of the year, featuring neighbourhood street parties, the Santo António Festival (in honour of the city's patron saint) and the biannual Rock in Rio festival bringing the city to life. Come March, it's all about sport with the capital's half-marathon.
Fall in love with Portuguese cuisine
Fall in love with Portuguese cuisine
Portuguese cuisine is the best gift you could give your soul and taste-buds. Lisbon’s oceanfront setting means a plentiful supply of fish (cod, sea bream and sardines) served up with rice. The city's speciality is bife à café, delicious beef coated in a coffee- and pepper-infused sauce. And there's no escaping the succulent pastéis de nata, traditional custard tarts.

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Culture and history

Lisbon's castle

Lisbon's castle

São Jorge Castle gives you perspective in more than one way. This hilltop fortress was built by the Visigoths and occupied by the Moors before being taken siege by Afonso, the first king of Portugal. The ramparts here are an opportunity to contemplate the city, and a guided tour takes you deep into its belly, introducing you to the spirit of the castle and its many mysteries. 

Belém: the guardian of the port

Belém: the guardian of the port

On the banks of the Tagus lies the World Heritage-listed tower of Belém.  Built in the 16th century to watch over the port, this tower is simply gorgeous, dripping in ostentatious Gothic (and more specifically Manueline) embellishments. Inside, a vaulted room was once used as a prison, arsenal and private chambers.

Jerónimos Monastery

Built in the Manueline style at the end of the 15th century, Jerónimos Monastery was once where crews setting sail for faraway lands would spend their last night on Portuguese soil in a bid to gain God's protection. The cloisters and church are unmissable.

Outings

Foot-tap to the fado

Foot-tap to the fado

Whether joyous or melancholic, fado is the traditional Portuguese singing you simply have to experience at least once before you leave. Head over to the Alfama or Bairro Alto districts for top-notch singers and the best venues to catch a concert. And don't be surprised if you see locals taking to the stage to join in with the pros!

Lunch at the market

When your tummy starts rumbling, stop off at the Ribeira market. A stone's throw away from the banks of the Tagus, the stalls here display local producers' wares, and long tables are on hand for you to choose whatever you like from the stalls and sit down to eat. The market is open every weekday lunchtime.

Gastronomy

Cod with cream

Cod with cream

Cod lies at the heart of typical Portuguese cuisine. Try bacalhau com natas, which literally translates to "cod with cream". Alternate layers of fish, cream and potatoes are stacked in a dish and baked in this authentic meal - not to be confused with that other classic, brandade.

Pastéis de nata, or Portuguese custard tarts

Portugal's unrivalled favourite dessert is pastel de nata. These little egg custard, flan-like tarts are made from puff pastry filled with an egg, sugar, flour, milk, lemon and vanilla mix. It's said that the country's best pastéis de nata are made in Lisbon at the Pastéis de Belém café.

Practical information

Flight duration

1h50

Time difference

-1h GMT

Currency

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Distance

982 km

Average temperature

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19°C (max 26°C)

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23°C (max 29°C)

Autumn

16°C (max 23°C)

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13°C (max 18°C)

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