For travelers on a tight budget there are 83 reasonably priced options to choose from, such as Ibis Lisboa Liberdade and Liv'In Lisbon Hostel with rates at 38£. Alfama 3B - Balby'S Bed&Breakfast is an affordable choice that is a 15-minute walk from Column of Pedro IV and 800 meters away from Santa Apolónia railway station. Students and travelers on a budget will find the affordable We Love F Tourists near Rossio metro station, that offers room rates from 52£.
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Where to stay in Lisbon?
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Lisbon airports & Underground stations
Tryp Lisboa Aeroporto Hotel is less than 0.9 km from Portela airport and also offers an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and an indoor swimming pool. If you're not planning to use a car during your vacation, book a hotel next to Rossio metro station, such as Altis Avenida or Gs Chiado Boutique Studios & Suites. Behotelisboa is only a 10-minute walk to Rossio train station for those who would like to opt for a time-saver.
Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
Hotel Metropole will put you within a 10-minute walk of the city center and is located in Baixa / Chiado district. Vistas De Lisboa Hostel is 650 meters from the center and 150 meters from Honra by Olivier famous for its delicious Portuguese food. For a hotel in the iconic Estrela district, choose Holiday Inn Express Lisbon - Av. Liberdade that comes with a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and boating.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Lisbon
Fontecruz Lisboa is a highly-rated hotel in Baixa / Chiado district and it is located a 5-minute walk from AdLib. Dom Carlos Park and Hotel Luena are both boutique hotels situated in Misericordia district, putting you at the heart of this lively area. Another 5-star option is Vip Grand Lisboa Hotel & Spa, a chain hotel which has an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and an indoor swimming pool.
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Alvalade Apartment is a modest apartment, located a 5-minute walk from Restaurante Tico-Tico e Novo Rio. Morpheus Guest House is a standard B&B that is a 15-minute walk from Pedro Alvares Cabral Monument. If you are planning on traveling with your family, then Lux Lisboa Park is a great choice that provides you with an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a wellness area, making it a suitable destination for kids. Make sure to choose Radisson Blu Hotel Lisbon near Lisboa Racket Centre - a top-rated resort with views of the sea.
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If you are looking for a comfortable Lisbon accommodation for your next travel to Portugal, we are always ready to offer you the best Lisbon hotel deals. On Boooked.net you will find a handpicked selection of Lisbon Portugal hotels. The charming capital city and largest urban area in Portugal has the best places to stay in Lisbon. The city combines Old World sophistication and the rich culture of Europe with a beach holiday. Portugal enjoys a mild climate influenced by the long coastline that dominates its landscape and psyche. Temperatures seldom drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit, making it a year-round destination having affordable Lisbon accommodations for budget tourists . Besides the tourist-friendly weather, Lisbon offers a fascinating history and healthy seafood-rich cuisine without the often high price tag of other European capitals.
The city sprawls over the hilly countryside looking over the Rio Tejo, providing many viewpoints to capture its picturesque streets. Many of the vistas include streets which have remained virtually unchanged since medieval times. There are still pristine beaches undiscovered by tourist hordes, staying in year-round hotels in Lisbon. In the evenings, the sun sets over the sea in the city, creating the perfect backdrop for a night of fun. Hotelmix.co.uk has partnered with the best Lisbon hotels, providing trustworthy customer Lisbon hotel reviews and multiple images to make sure you make the right choice.
What is Lisbon like: what to see?
Lisbon's architecture retains the influence of many of the civilizations that have passed through, including the Phoenicians, Celts, Romans, Visigoths, and Moors. One of the most striking features about Lisbon is its splendid stone Gothic architecture. The Torre de Belem, built in the early 16th century, is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site.
This is a city that celebrates its history in a number of educational and even entertaining museums, including The Maritime Museum and the Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves, an art collection bequeathed to the city by one of its prominent citizens and housed in an ornate white mansion that was once home to painter José Malhoa. Among its major attractions, Lisbon is home to the world-class Lisbon Oceanarium.
The cuisine is typically spicy and flavorful, often featuring seafood in unique combinations such as Pork Alentejana - a classic Portuguese dish featuring pork and clams. Dinners are often several hours long, multi-course affairs, and the night life includes both traditional cafés and bars along with sleek contemporary lounges and dance clubs not far from your Lisbon hotel room. Live music is an important part of Lisbon's night time appeal. Lisbon has consistently retained a reputation as a safe city, so visitors can confidently wander from their hotels in Lisbon, Portugal, to explore the enchanting back streets and out-of-the-way neighborhoods.
How to Get On with Local People in Lisbon
The people of Lisbon have always looked to the sea both for adventure and their livelihoods and the city names many famous explorers among its historic citizens, including Magellan and Vasco da Gama. Fado is the traditional music of Portugal and can be found in the many small neighborhood venues that dot the city along with large-scale concert halls. The music epitomizes the melancholy heart of Portugal, a land dominated by the sea and all its potential for tragedy.
The people of Lisbon are resilient, however, and its society is youthful and vibrant. As cosmopolitan world citizens, the people of Lisbon are tolerant and welcoming to visitors, including families. It is a very green city with many tree-lined streets that invite walking; Lisboêtas love to walk and it's an easy way to connect with them. The pace of life is relaxed and many locals can be found lingering in cafés - of which the city has an enormous selection, many of them dating back to pre-WWII days. Hotelmix.co.uk makes it easy and pleasant to discover the city with a wide selection of top Lisbon accommodations and reliable customer Lisbon hotel reviews.