Get away to Sao Domingos de Benfica! Enjoy the zoo, wildlife and bars.
Check out top sights like Lisbon Zoo and Estádio da Luz as you discover Sao Domingos de Benfica—an area also known for its bars.
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Be kissed by a seal, splashed by a dolphin and have your photo taken with a python at this family zoo in the center of Lisbon.
Gain insight into the life of Portuguese nobility at this privately owned property, known for its exquisite tile panels and pretty gardens.
This medieval fortress offers insight into Lisbon’s long history as well as stunning views of the city and river below.
Enjoy an underwater adventure at one of the world’s largest and most diverse aquariums right on Lisbon’s beautiful waterfront.
See the people-packed central square whose swirling wave-patterned cobbles are thought to have inspired copycat pavements across the rest of Portugal and beyond.
Belém Tower is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located on the northern bank of the Tagus River in the Belém district of Lisbon.
This tour is exclusively dedicated to the region of Fátima and its most emblematic places that are part of the origin of the religious phenomenon.
Cruise around town on a double-decker bus over 2 full days, hopping on and off at 38 different stops to explore Lisbon at your own pace. For an up-close look at more than 300 species of animals, disembark at the Lisbon Zoo and get to know the gorillas, elephants, dolphins, and lemurs that call this world-class institution home.
Lisbon is known as the ‘City of the 7 Hills’ so the best way to see its landscape is from a higher ground. In this tour we get to see the city from two outstanding viewpoints, perfect for those who want a different perspective while in Lisbon.
Visit Portugal's largest stadium, Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, home to SL Benfica, and explore the exhilarating history at the Cosme Damião museum.
The Lisbon Card gives you the freedom to explore the city at your own leisure for 24, 48, or 72 hours. Enjoy unlimited travel on Lisbon's public transportation systems, and take advantage of included admission to some of the city's top museums and attractions.
The romantic charm of Sintra and Cascais is on full display as you get to know these idyllic towns. Your guide shows you the lush forests, gardens, and grand palaces that combine with the coastal beauty of Cabo da Roca to form some of the most beautiful scenery in Portugal.
Travellers choose Santo Antonio for its relaxing spas. Hop aboard the metro at Avenida Station or Marques de Pombal Station and check out top sights like Botanical Garden.
Gardens and cafes are highlights of Principe Real. Make a stop by Botanical Garden or National Museum of Natural History while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Rato Station to get around town.
Discover views over the old town from hilltop Graça, Moorish history in Alfama, bustling downtown Baixa, bohemian Chiado and nightlife in Bairro Alto.
Santa Catarina is noteworthy for its bars, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Pharmacy Museum and Cardaes Convent.
Travellers come to Bairro Alto for its lively bars, and you can see top attractions like Camoes Square and Santa Catarina Viewpoint while you're in town.
The great bars and beautiful river views are just a few popular features of the neighbourhood. Make a stop by Mercado da Ribeira or Parliament (Sao Bento Palace) while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Cais do Sodre Metro Station to get around town.