Leading hotel in Lisbon comfortable and with an innovative design
Located only 200 metres from Terminal 1 and 3 kilometres from the city centre, it is the best option for your trip to Lisbon thanks to its excellent access to anywhere in the city, its modern and full facilities, and the quality of its services.
THE CAPITAL OF PORTUGAL
Lisbon, the richest city in Portugal, located at the mouth of the Tagus River, is one of the great European cultural centres thanks in part to the cultural relations it still has with the old Portuguese colonies in the Indies, Africa and America. It’s worth exploring the entire capital!
- Ride the Telecabine
More than 20 years after it started operating, it is still known as the “Teleférico da Expo”. The “Telecabine Lisboa” offers a peaceful and panoramic ride with views over the Tagus River, between the Oceanário and the Vasco da Gama Tower.
- Enjoy Pastéis de Nata
Pastéis de Nata are Portuguese custard tarts that will make anyone's mouth water. Their filling mut never be too sweet and they have to have balanced flavours, the dough must be crispy and not greasy and they can be eaten warm or cold with the aroma of cream and cinnamon. It is easy to find them all over Lisbon.
Bathed by the Tagus River, the Santa Maria de Belém area is home to the famous Monument to the Discoveries, the imposing Jerónimos Monastery, the Santa Maria de Belém Church, the Belém Tower and Garden, the Calouste Gulbenkian Planetarium, several museums and delicious Pastel de Nata custard tarts.
- Avenida da Liberdade
It is one of the main avenues in the city of Lisbon, with numerous luxury stores and Portuguese-style pavements. It connects Praça dos Restauradores to Praça do Marquês de Pombal, where you can also see the famous Parque Eduardo VII and a spectacular viewpoint with a view along the Avenue up to the Tagus.
- Alfama, Baixa, Chiado and Bairro Alto
Colourful and charming, winding and eclectic, Lisbon is a collection of districts that span its seven hills. These 4 districts are considered the oldest and most bohemian in the capital. Get on the tram and don't forget to stop at Castelo de São Jorge, Praça do Comércio, Panteão Nacional, Convento do Carmo, Rossio Station and the various squares, churches and viewpoints in the heart of Lisbon.
- Parque das Nações
In this area of Lisbon you can visit the Gare do Oriente Station, the Lisbon Oceanarium and Casino, the Vasco da Gama Bridge and Tower, the Knowledge Pavilion, the Portugal Pavilion, several gardens and the beloved mascot of Expo'98: Gil.
Just 30kn from the capital, in Sintra you will love the Park and the National Palace of Pena, the Castle of the Moors, Quinta da Regaleira, the National Palace of Sintra, the Convent of Capuchos, the Palace of Monserrate and the Natural Park of Sintra -Cascais. Don't miss a thing!
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