Lisbon is the capital and the largest city of Portugal. A vibrant and exciting place that worths your visit, with a rich cultural heritage. Here there are 10 things to do in Lisbon and around:
1- Belem Tower
The iconic tower of Belem is a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a symbol of Lisbon. It offers panoramic views of the city and the Tagus River.
2- Alfama neighbourhood
Alfama is the oldest neighbourhood in Lisbon and is known for its narrow streets, colourful houses, and historic landmarks such as Sao Jorge´s castle.
3 – Relaxing massage
However, if you are in Lisbon for a visit, enjoy a relaxing SOKURA massage. Our professional therapists are waiting for your booking, at home or in the hotel. Body and mind will thank you for the well-deserved choice.
4 – Jerónimos Monastery
The Jeronimo´s Monastery is a beautiful UNESCO World Heritage site, which is known not only for the architecture but also for the richness of its history.
5 – Covered Markets
The covered markets feature a wide variety of food stalls offering traditional Portuguese cuisine and other international flavours. Remember the: Mercado da Ribeira in Cais do Sodré, which deserves your visit.
6 – Wine tourism
Portugal is home to many excellent wine producers, and there are many wine tours available that take you to some of the best wineries in the country. Lisbon wines come from a wide geographical variety. With the cooler coastline and the hotter and drier interior, this town produces wines with distinct, always special flavors.
7 – Lisbon Oceanarium
The Lisbon Oceanarium is one of the largest aquariums in Europe and is home to a wide variety of marine worldlife.
8 – Sintra
The historic town of Sintra is located on the surroundings of Lisbon and known for its impressive palaces and castles, such as Pena Palace. Take a look and admire the beauty of both landscape and history.
9 – Calouste Gulbenkian Museum
The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum has a wide range of art and cultural artefacts from around the world.
10- Boat trips
Lisbon is located on the Atlantic coast, so there are many boat trips that take you to visit the city’s landmarks from a different perspective.
These are just a few ideas of 10 things to do in Lisbon and surroundings. There are many other attractions and activities to explore. So, make sure you do some research and find what interests deserve your attention.