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LISBON (LIS)

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Bristol BRS Paris BVA One way Tue 22 Oct € 40.99 Book flight
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The city that you will fall in love with hopelessly

Lisbon - Portugal’s capital on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the largest city and its largest port, is one of the oldest cities in the world, the first mention dating back to the year 205 BC. It is also acknowledged as being the city that has the warmest winters from all the metropolis in Europe. Besides the picturesque old neighbourhoods with diverse architecture, Lisbon is one of the most attractive destinations in Europe, that stands out for its history, architecture, cultural diversity and natural landscapes.

What do you see in Lisbon?

Belem. The district that abounds with monuments (Belem Tower, Jeronimos Monastery), with a modern cultural centre which houses works of great artists (Dali, Picasso, Magritte, etc.) and the Museum of Carriages, which includes the largest collection of this kind of vehicles.

Alfama. The oldest neighbourhood of the city is composed mostly of a maze of narrow streets which have their origins in the Middle Ages.

Baixa. Considered the metropolitan centre, Baixa was completely rebuilt after the great earthquake in 1755 and the concept of urban and architectural guides us to the spirit of the Enlightenment.

Bairro Alto. You can get to the Upper Quarter, which is located on the hill, using the funicular or walking on narrow streets on rows of steps. If you do not want to go down immediately, you can stay there - it is the neighbourhood with the most vibrant nightlife in the city.

Metro. It’s not just a means of transport, but also a cultural attraction: the whole ensemble of Lisbon subway stations is a huge contemporary art gallery.

The Faience Museum (Museu do Azulejo). Set in a convent which was founded in 1509, the museum is dedicated to the art of manufacturing painted tiles (called azulejos) with a tradition of more than five centuries.

The Navy Museum. The Portuguese were and are still recognised among the most famous conquerors of the seas. They founded a colonial empire and the spectacular Museum of the Navy, with its heritage of over 17,000 pieces, which evokes those glorious times.

The Park of Nations. Built to host the Universal Exhibition of 1998, the building complex with modern architecture evolved into a multifunctional complex: a commercial type (especially after the construction of the great mall Vasco de Gama), exhibition (the place for organizing international fairs, including both pavilions for the exhibition and hotels and conference rooms), residential and recreational. Among the most spectacular sights, the Oceanarium is included - one of the largest aquariums in the world.

Accommodation

Very accessible. If you are travelling in winter, you should know that not all hotels have heating. During the summer, it would be better to seek accommodation that offers air conditioning, because the temperatures are high.

A meal in Lisbon

The Portuguese are recognised for the preparation of meat, seafood and fish, especially cod (bacalhau) and the famous pasteis de nata.

Bairro Alto is the most famous area of restaurants and cafes. It is the neighbourhood of partygoers in Lisbon.