Things To See and Do
Attractions and Places to Visit in Lisbon
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is one of Europe's most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities. Set over a series of hills near the mouth of the River Tagus, it's a place inextricably linked with the sea. Renowned for its warm and sunny disposition, the city is blessed with a wealth of historic monuments, world-class museums, and a host of other fabulous visitor attractions.
Places to Stay in Lisbon
From rooms in historic buildings to the most recent renovation or innovation projects in the city, you’ll find hotels to suit all tastes and budgets. Spend the night in a royal palace, bed down in a historic monument and enjoy some of the best views in Lisbon.
Sports and Activities
Whether you prefer getting lost on walking trails in Monsanto or running by the river, the backdrop to any open-air sport is always stunning. There are various marinas and water sport centres where you can take a diving course or try your hand at sailing, horse-riding centres.
Activities, Where to Eat, Where to Stay, What to Do in Lisbon
Whether you’re looking for things to do in Lisbon such as events and attractions or are planning where to stay in Lisbon, you’ll find everything you need for your Lisbon holiday on What's On In Lisbon.com. Make sure to discover Lisbon’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options.
Lisbon have a huge range of options for food and drink. Historic classic pubs, beautiful stylish restaurants, family friendly pubs, Cafes, Delis. The list goes on!
Whether you’re looking for the best weekend breaks in Lisbon or planning a longer holiday in Lisbon, you can be sure you’ll find all the information you need.
Nicknamed the seafood temple, Ramiro is a historic Lisbon institution, well discovered by tourists but still loved by locals. This is the place to come for fantastic seafood.
Lisboa à Noite
With its ancient well and original pombaline arches, Lisboa à Noite is a shining example of a restaurant that offers contemporary cuisine with authentic Portuguese flavours.
It’s modeled after French bistrots and this curious Art Nouveaux décor is the elder brother of Parodia, Foxtrot and Pavilhão Chinês Lisbon pubs.