Some of Lisbon’s most popular attractions are not included in the habitual compilations of the top 10 tourist spots. Despite the region having plenty to offer that goes beyond what you will find just in the city, the city itself creates unforgettable moments in unexpected places. The romance of catching tram 28 and getting a glimpse of the inside of the houses that decorate the climb up to Graça. The unique feeling of arriving at Cascais by train, having traveled along the coast right beside the mouth of the Tagus. The tranquility of the zoo. These are just some of the experiences that can make your stay absolutely unforgettable. Discover the most original suggestions here for great activity-packed days in Lisbon.

Ribeira das Naus

One of Lisbon’s latest must-visit places.
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Elevador da Glória

One of the three funiculars in Lisbon.
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Oceanário de Lisboa

Considered the best aquarium in the world.
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Sport Lisboa e Benfica

The largest stadium in Portugal.
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Praça do Comércio

One of Lisbon’s most emblematic sqaures
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Elevador Da Bica

The most photographed funicular.
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Sightseeing & Activities

You may love Lisbon for the monuments, ideal conditions for the practice of sport or delicious gastronomy. Even for all these reasons and more. One thing is certain: all the time in the world won’t be enough to enjoy all to do and see in the capital. Make your choice and let Lisbon blow your heart away.

Heritage & Culture

Lisbon welcomes you with a rich cultural heritage that continues to grow every day. Discover the legacy left by the civilizations that inhabited the city throughout the centuries and the homage paid by artists. Let the river and Fado embrace you and enjoy those so special things that make Lisbon unique.

Lisbon Flavours

Bacalhau (salted codfish) is the king, but the grilled sardines rule during the Santos Populares. Who visits Lisbon can’t afford to miss the pastel de nata sprinkled with cinnamon. To drink nothing like the vast choice of Portuguese wines and the fruity sangria. And these are only some of the many excuses the city gives you to leave the diet behind.


Whether you prefer large shopping centers, outlets with the best deals or more traditional shopping streets, there’s plenty to choose from. What’s more, if you’re a fan of second-hand or themed street markets and fairs Lisbon has a wide range of well-known and popular destinations to suit every taste. Discover here where best to go to ensure you return home with the perfect gifts for family and friends.