The capital and the major port of Portugal, a city with more than 20-century old history. According to the archeological evidence, Lisbon’s territory was populated by Iberians, it was a major Phoenician port, a part of the Roman Empire, the Suebi and the Visigoths lived here. For more than 3 centuries it was under the Arab yoke and was conquered by the French in 1147, it became a capital city only a hundred years later though. Later it was almost completely destroyed by the strongest earthquake, restored it became the subject of interest to Napoleon Bonaparte. Many times it became an object to political games, its peaceful existence began with the end of the World War ǁ. All of these events couldn’t help but reflected in its architecture. It is truly unique not only for its buildings and monuments, Lisbon’s architecture is in its paved streets, curved roads, wide alleys – it is everywhere. Lisbon is a sight itself, yet the excursion-list of those who have little time may include the following: The Hieronymites Monastery, the watchtower Torre de Belem, Lisbon Cathedral, São Vicente de Fora Church, Conceição Velha Church, Lisbon Roques (Rock) Church, Edward VII Park, Praça do Comércio, Castle of São Jorge. The most interesting museums are: National Museum of Ancient Art, National Coach Museum, The Museum of Sacred Art, Galust Gyulbenkyan Museum. There are also modern sights that are worth visiting, for example, Nations Park that was constructed for an international exhibition and is now a favourite meeting and resting place for the locals. Lisbon is a Mecca not only to Portuguese football fans, here the world known teams Benfica and Sporting appeared. Football is the heart of Lisbon’s life, yet apart from this popular sports one can go in for golf and surfing on Lisbon Riviera.


Subtropical Mediterranean. Summers here are hot, winters are warm. Lisbon’s climate is considered one of the most favourable. Temperature may reach 30°C in summer and seldom goes lower than 8°C even in the coldest winter month January. Months from November to February receive most of the year’s rainfall.


There is Portela International Airport situated in the northern area of the city. One can get to the city centre by a specil bus ‘aerobus’, by usual public bus or taxi. There are 2 railway stations that connect Lisbon to other Portuguese cities. One can also get to Lisbon by sea – there are terminals that host cruise liners. One can get around the city by bus or bike.

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My Home in Lisbon

Address: Rua Camilo Castelo Branco, 22, Lisbon

My Home in Lisbon enjoys a privileged location in the Lisbon centre. The guest house includes a daily breakfast, free WiFi and is just 350 metres from Marquês de Pombal Metro Station.The unit has accommodation in double rooms, quadruple rooms and dormitories. All units come with a safety deposit box... more

Akisol Benfica

Address: Rua António Nobre, 5, Lisbon

Akisol Benfica is located in Lisbon, 750 metres from the nearest Metro station. Chiado is the city’s historical downtown area and is 8 km away.This apartment includes 2 double rooms, 1 sofa-bed in another bedroom and a bathroom. The spacious living room features a sofa bed, cable TV and a DVD... more

Central Bairro Alto

Address: Rua do Norte, Nº 28, Lisbon

Located in the heart of Lisbon’s Bairro Alto, the Central Bairro Alto is a modern and clean studio apartment. It can accommodate 2 people and offers free WiFi access.The unit is fully equipped and includes a sofa bed, a coffee table and a flat-screen TV. The bedroom area has a double bed and a... more

Portugal Exclusive Homes - Lisbon River View

Address: Rua da Boavista, 93, Lisbon

Portugal Exclusive Homes - Lisbon River View

Lisbon River View is located in historical Lisbon, just a 10-minute walk from Chiado and Bairro Alto. The unit features a balcony with views over Lisbon and the Tagus River.The apartment features a flat-screen cable TV, DVD player and air conditioning. There is a full kitchen with a dishwasher and a... more

LxWay Alfama/Museu do Fado

Address: Rua dos Remédios nº11, Lisbon

LxWay Alfama/Museu do Fado

LxWay Alfama/Museu do Fado is a self-catering accommodation located in Lisboa. Free WiFi access is available. The property is 500 metres from Santa Apolónia Transport Hub.This studio will provide guests with a double bed, a flat-screen cable TV and a seating area. The private bathroom has a walk-in... more

Bica Loft by be@home

Address: Calçada Salvador Correia de Sá, 7, 3º, Lisbon

Bica Loft by be@home is a self-catering accommodation located in the centre of Lisbon. Free WiFi access is available. The property is 300 metres from Bairro Alto and 500 metres from Chiado.Accommodation will provide guests with a TV, air conditioning and a seating area. There is a fully equipped... more

Marques Deluxe Apartment | RentExperience

Address: Rua Camilo Castelo Branco, 31, Lisbon

Offering a classical-style décor throughout in pale tones, the Marquês Deluxe is a bright 4-bedroom apartment located 2 minutes’ walking from Marquês Metro Station. It offers free private parking for up to 2 cars.As you walk in this spacious apartment, a large air-conditioned hall with built-in... more

Charming Penthouse with Private Terrace

Address: Avenida Praia da Vitória, nº 12, 6º andar, Lisbon

Located in a traditional Lisbon building, this stylish penthouse apartment features a large furnished terrace, with city views. Saldanha Square and Saldanha Metro Station are 400 metres away from the Charming Penthouse with Private Terrace.With 2 bedrooms and air conditioning, the spacious apartment... more

Lisbon Houses - Alvalade

Address: Rua Alberto Osório de Castro nº 5, Ground Floor Right, Alvalade, Lisbon

This property is located in Lisbon, just 600 metres from Alvalade Metro Station and 350 metres from a sports complex. The Lisbon centre is at a 10-minute drive and Colombo Mall is 6.8 km from the Lisbon Houses – Alvalade.The 1-bedroom apartment comes with a private bathroom and a kitchen. The unit... more

Akisol Baixa Classic

Address: Rua De São Julião, Lisbon

Akisol Baixa Classic is located in Lisbon’s downtown, an 8-minute walk from Chiado. The apartments are 150 metres from Comércio Square and 300 metres from the Tagus riverside.The bright apartments are located in a typical Lisbon building and include 3 bedrooms. The living rooms come with sofas and a... more

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