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3 days in Lisbon

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  • Portuguese
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Lisbon, Portugal's capital city, offers a captivating blend of history, culture, and stunning vistas along the Tagus River.
Travel Visa and Entry Requirements  Check visa requirements for Portugal based on your nationality and ensure your passport is valid for the duration of your stay. Verify entry requirements here.
Flights                             Find and book flights to Lisbon on popular platforms like Skyscanner or Iberia.  Ensure a smooth journey to this enchanting city.
Accommodation                       Discover and book a variety of accommodations, from boutique hotels in historic neighborhoods to cozy hostels, on platforms like Booking.com or Agoda. Find the perfect lodging for your Lisbon stay.
Transportation                Transportation Guide: Explore Lisbon using local transportation, including trams, buses, and the Lisbon Metro. Get transportation information here (Metro) and here (buses and trams). Renting a car: Compare options from top providers, access competitive prices, and enjoy hassle-free booking with Rentalcars.com.
Weather & Local Time  Weather Forecast: Plan your trip by checking Lisbon's weather forecast on BBC Weather or AccuWeather. Time Zone: Lisbon operates on Western European Time (WET) in the winter and Western European Summer Time (WEST) in the summer, so check the local time here.
Local Cuisine                       Culinary Delights:  avor Portuguese dishes like pastéis de nata (custard tarts), bacalhau à Brás (codfish), and feijoada (bean stew).
Activities and Tours                Exciting Activities:  Enhance your trip with visits to iconic landmarks like Belém Tower, exploring the historic Alfama district, and experiencing traditional fado music. Discover activity options on GetYourGuide.
Local Events and Festivals          Event Calendar: Check for local events and festivals happening during your stay in Lisbon. The city hosts various cultural festivals, music events, and art exhibitions throughout the year. Find events here.
Travel Insurance                    Travel Insurance: Safeguard your journey with comprehensive travel insurance coverage. Explore options with trusted providers like Safteywing.
Connectivity and Wi-Fi             Stay Connected: Access Wi-Fi hotspots and mobile data options to stay connected while exploring Lisbon with Airalo. Many cafes and public spaces offer free Wi-Fi.
Travel Budget                      Budget Planning: Estimate your expenses for your 3-day Lisbon adventure using resources like Numbeo. International Travel Card: Consider carrying an international Wise card for convenience and currency exchange here.



Start your day with a delicious Portuguese breakfast at a local café. Try a pastel de nata (custard tart) and coffee.
Head to the historic neighborhood of Alfama. Wander through its winding streets, colorful houses, and discover the impressive São Jorge Castle. Don't forget to take in the breathtaking views from the castle walls.


Enjoy lunch at a traditional tasca or seafood restaurant. Try some bacalhau (codfish) dishes or grilled sardines.
Visit the Lisbon Cathedral (Sé de Lisboa) and explore the charming streets of Alfama some more.


Head to Baixa, Lisbon's downtown area, and stroll along Rua Augusta. You'll find plenty of shops and street performers.
Have dinner at a local restaurant and savor some Portuguese wine.
End your evening with a walk along the Tagus River and enjoy the stunning views.


Have breakfast at a café in Belém. Try the famous pastéis de Belém, the original custard tarts.
Visit the Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Enjoy lunch at a riverside restaurant in Belém.
Explore the modern architecture and art installations at the MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology).


Head back to central Lisbon and visit the lively district of Bairro Alto. Explore its narrow streets filled with bars and music venues.
Enjoy a night out with some traditional fado music at a local club or restaurant.

Day 3 :


Take a day trip to the nearby town of Sintra, known for its fairytale-like palaces and lush gardens.
Visit the Palácio da Pena and the mysterious Quinta da Regaleira.


Have a leisurely lunch in Sintra's town center.
Return to Lisbon and explore the trendy neighborhood of Chiado. Visit the famous Brasileira Café, a historic literary cafe.


Have dinner at a restaurant with a view overlooking the city.

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