Select Spots for Your Lisbon Itinerary
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Though we encourage you to explore Lisbon's extensive Public Transit system, the two metro lines needed to get from the Airport to Central Lisbon are the Vermelha and Verde. Please keep in mind that Taxis and Ubers across Lisbon are between €10 and €20, so this may be preferred if you have substantial luggage.
Districts To Explore
Alfama is the oldest district of Lisbon, spreading on the slope between the São Jorge Castle and the Tejo river. The district contains many important historical attractions, as well as an abundance of Fado bars and restaurants. You will find a picturesque labyrinth of narrow streets and small squares.
Barrio Alto is where you wander the steep cobbled streets of bohemian Bairro Alto to ride the Bica Funicular, visit lavish São Roque Church and take in the views from Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara. Many of the centuries-old houses in the neighborhood are decorated with vivid street art. After sundown, a diverse crowd fill the hip, quirky bars.
There are so many wonderful sights to see across the city, but we are certain to have groups interested in all of these, so be sure to stay updated if you're wanting to experience any of the following sights with friends.
These museums have some of the largest Portuguese and European art collections in the city. Get up close and personal with some of your favorite artists. Then, maybe check out the Aquarium: Portugal and its Islands are famous for distinct aquatic diversity.