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Why Visit Lisbon?

Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal, famous for being framed by seven steep hills. As western Europe’s oldest city, it’s a popular holiday spot for history buffs who come to marvel at the intricate architecture of the ancient buildings. It's Mediterranean climate, incredible views, and stunning beaches are just a few more of the compelling qualities which help the city to attract over 4 million visitors a year.

The beauty of Lisbon can be admired from look-out points (called miradouros) up in the hills. From here you’ll see extraordinary panoramic views or breath-taking sunsets. The whole city is made up of narrow cobbled streets and bleached limestone buildings. The art scene in Lisbon is flourishing too, with galleries homing the remarkable works of Warhol, Picasso and upcoming independent artists.

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Couples will adore Lisbon with it's romantic views, charming architecture, and candle-lit restaurants to enjoy. Families are also catered for with lifeguarded beaches, fascinating castles, museums, a zoo, and an aquarium!

There are regular direct flights to Lisbon from both Cork and Dublin with a flight time between 2.5 -3 hours. The city is just 6km away from the airport.

To learn more about things to do in Lisbon, the best time to go and local info see here.

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Things to do in Lisbon

Attractions

  • Immerse yourself in Lisbon’s culture with a stroll through Alfama.
  • Travel to Castelo São Jorge on the iconic Tram 28.
  • Explore the history of the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos.
  • View Lisbon from its highest viewpoint, Miradouro de Senhora de Monte.

Nightlife 

Lisbon has a great nightlife for you to experience, including Bairro Alto district, which is full of bustling bars which don’t close until the early morning on the weekends. Most clubs are dotted along the river, with some boasting roof-top terraces!

Dining Out  

There are a variety of eateries to dine in during your stay in Lisbon, whether it’s a gourmet restaurant or a quaint tasca (tavern). The city’s specialities are fresh seafood and egg custard tarts called Pastel de Nata – don’t miss out on an opportunity to try these!

For Families 

There are plenty of ways to keep children entertained in Lisbon, from ancient castles to kayaking in the sea. A family favourite is the Pavilhao do Conhecimento – an interactive science museum accommodating to all ages!

Shopping  

Chiado is Lisbon’s most popular shopping area, selling big brands like Zara and Nike. There are also plenty of small independent shops where you can buy locally made products and crafts.

Beaches

The resort of Cascais is perfect for a day at the beach. There are a variety of beaches to fit to your needs, whether you want the perfect windsurfing conditions, or a calm and friendly environment for children.

Santo Antonio Festival

On the 12th of June the Santo Antonio festival is held. Here, Lisbon’s patron saint is commemorated through a colourful parade and many street parties!

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Best Time to Go 

For a beach holiday, the highest temperatures are seen during July and August when they reach the 30s. However, this is also peak season so you’ll find there can be big crowds. The spring and autumn months are great times to visit, as temperatures are still in the 20s but there are far fewer crowds around the main attractions.

Local Info

Currency 

Euro is the currency used in Lisbon.

Time Zone 

Lisbon shares the same time zone as Ireland.

Getting around 

Due to the city's hills, it’s best to use the public transport system to get around Lisbon. You can use the trains, the metro, hire a bike or catch a ride on the renowned vintage trams!