We have six Lisbon hotels, including hotels in central locations as well as further out of town. So whatever the purpose of your stay in the Portuguese capital, we can make sure you’re in easy reach of the many attractions.
The city is located in the West of Portugal on the River Tagus. There are many landmarks to take in on a stroll around the city. The impressive Vasco de Gama Bridge, the beautiful Rossio Square and the breathtaking National Pantheon of Santa Engracia are just a few of the most well-known. There are also almost 50 museums in the city, including the National Tile Museum, National Museum of Ancient Art and the Maritime Museum.
Lisbon has no shortage of options for those seeking some retail therapy. The Chiado Square and surrounding area is an excellent shopping spot, and so too is Parque das Nacoes. The city also hosts dozens of regular markets.
Football is big business in Portugal and Lisbon is home to two major football clubs. Sporting Lisbon play their home games at the José Alvalade stadium, while fierce Lisbon-based rivals, Benfica, play at the Stadium of Light.
Due to its standing as a tourist spot, business hub and European capital, you can fly direct to Lisbon from all over the UK, including from London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham. You can also take the train from other Portuguese cities to Lisbon (including Faro and Porto). The city is connected by train to Madrid, Seville and Barcelona.
Whatever your reasons for visiting, stay at one of our Lisbon hotels and be right in the heart of the action.
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