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Located 7 km away from the city centre, a 20 min drive from downtown, the Humberto Delgado Airport is the main airport that serves the city of Lisbon and the main international gateway into Portugal.


Also known as Portela Airport or simply Lisbon Airport, it is one of the largest international airports in Southern Europe. It offers several facilities under its roof, including duty free shops, restaurants, meeting rooms and baby care facilities. 

Transit to the city is by taxi, bus service or car hire.

Quick facts about Lisbon

Car rent
from $ 10.35 per day
Hotel booking
from $ 19.10 per night
Reference average prices in Lisbon
🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant
$ 6.74
🍕Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course
$ 26.97
🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)
$ 3.37
🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)
$ 1.57
🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)
$ 728

Best time to visit Lisbon

The best time to explore the city
from March to May, or September to October
Hotels from $19.10
Lisbon is coldest in January with average temperatures of 11°C, and hottest in July at 24°C when there is the most daily sunshine of 11hrs.
The city has an average annual rainfall of 774 mm. The driest month is July with rainfall of 4.2 mm, and the wettest is November with an average rainfall of 127.6 mm.
The weather

It is best to visit Lisbon in March to May, or September to October, when the weather is mild and there are fewer crowds. In the summer however, the shores are crowded, the weather is hot and hotel prices soar. The temperate weather all year round means that there is really no bad time to visit Lisbon.

Azenhas do Mar, Sintra near Lisbon on a beautiful sunset

This hill and coastal capital city of Portugal, is made up of colourful and distinct quarters such as Bairro Alto, Chiado,Baixa and Alfama.

One of the most vibrant and charismatic cities of Europe, it presents a unique a blend of modernism and traditional heritage. 

It offers is visitors great climate year round, as well as a buzzing nightlife and rich, varied history

Lisbon, Portugal cityscape at Rossio Square.

Things to do in Lisbon

Recognised as one of the greatest cities in the world, Lisbon offers a wide array of activities to the curious traveller. Even though it is one of Europe’s least visited locations, the numbers it attracts has grown steadily by the year. 

From enjoying the vast view of the city from the magnificent São Jorge Castle, to the Ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge, the National Azulejo Museum and fantastic beaches, Lisbon offers a liberal and welcoming atmosphere that enhances any holiday.

Ride Tram 28

Visitors have the choice of discovering this beautiful city by foot or taking a ride on this famous yellow tram. The age old tram 28 presents a fun and unique way of touring the city from Martim Moniz to Campo Ourique.

It is also a great way of understanding the history and geography of the city. The trams can be packed during peak periods, so getting there before 11am most days, is quite recommended.

The Miradoures

Visit one or two, or even three of the city’s many Miradoures, from sunset onwards to admire the beautiful view. You could try the Miradouro do Graça, which is accessible by tram 28 and has an al-fresco café for ultimate relaxation. Another option is the Miradouro São Pedro de Alcantara, which attracts a lot of students. You can get to it using the Gloria funicular.

There is also the lesser known, but equally beautiful Miradouro do Monte Agudo for those who enjoy some time off the beaten path.

A Day Trip to Cascais

The most popular beach town near the city, Cascais has a beautiful coastline and charming city centre that draws visitors from all parts of Lisbon. 

Tourists can lounge at the Praia da Ribeira beach, surf at Guincho beach and walk to Boca do Inferno, also known as Hell’s Mouth. 

The easiest way to get to this location is by train from Cais do Sodré station, and you can spend a day surrounded by pastel coloured buildings and the relaxed vibe of the area.


The Castelo de Sao Jorge

Also known as St. George’s Castle, it can be found on top of the tallest hill in Lisbon and gives a magnificent view of the city below, including the Tegus River and the Baixa district. 

The most famous attraction in the city, it has beautiful lush gardens and up to eleven castle towers. This location is definitely worth a visit as is evidenced by the long queues that can be found there most days.

Lisbon Cuisine

You cannot leave Lisbon without trying their awesome dishes. Some we can mention include, Lulas recheadas à lisbonense, the city’s signature dish. Apparently its lengthy name means, “Lisbon style stuffed squid”. After being stuffed with a mix of garlic, sausage and onions, the squid is baked and garnished with parsley. It is a treat for any seafood lover.

Also try a dish called a Bacalhau à brás, made from Portugal's favourite fish, the Bacalhau. You can pair your food with a Potuguese liquor called Ginjinha, made from cherry-alike berry.

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