Lisbon is a must for anyone seeking a destination rich in culture, safe and inclusive. Long sandy beaches, abundant nature, fascinating history and stories and the delicious flavours of Portuguese gastronomy come together in one place, where hospitality is celebrated. Lisbon promises to welcome every visitor. Lisbon’s geographical location is part of its charm. It has a mild, sunny climate most of the year, and the light illuminates the houses, beaches, and vineyards, inviting you to gaze at the unique reflections of the Tagus and the Atlantic. From sunrise to sunset, Lisbon shines. And so does its cultural and natural heritage. The sounds of Lisbon and the music combine and can be heard everywhere.
In the middle of the 21st century, Lisbon presents itself as a contemporary city: a cycle path that stretches for hundreds of kilometres; the metro lines that unite the city and where each station is a showcase for Portuguese art; the famous trams that climb the hills of Lisbon and enliven its streets; the trains that shorten distances and offer the most beautiful stops and views as they cross the Tagus; all these options make moving around easier, safer and an experience in itself, allowing you to choose different tours and sightseeing proposals. An unmissable offer of local shops and quality restaurants invites everyone to share Lisbon’s day and night life.
Lisbon is for everyone: for those who want to explore its historical and cultural heritage; for those who want terraces with a panoramic view of the city to watch a sunset over the river Tagus; for those who can’t do without the beach and love outdoor activities; for those who want a family day out or simply for those who want it all.