There’s so much you can fit into a week in Lisbon! Don’t miss a thing with this itinerary where each day is organized by themes.
This 5-day Lisbon itinerary is great for those who want to take it slow. Visit Lisbon from west to east (Belém to Oriente) at your own pace.
Cover all of the cultural layers with this 4 days in Lisbon itinerary. It includes 3 days of walking plus 1 day following the bus route 728.
This 3 days in Lisbon itinerary excludes arrival and departure days. Mix and match as you please. There’ll be spare time to wander off too.
A 1-day Lisbon itinerary, ideal for someone who’s staying for, at least, 12 hours in the city or a full day.
The ideal itinerary for someone who is planning to spend 2 days in Lisbon. Although designed for one weekend, it can be adjusted to weekdays.
Every year the regional government of the Azores rewards local hotels for their sustainability practices with the Miosótis certification. Check the updated list for 2020.
Find out about three local businesses where to buy tiles in Lisbon and why you should think twice before buying “azulejos” at flea markets.
In this blog post, I explain the differences between Portugal trains, Lisbon train stations, lines, and how to buy tickets remotely.
As the number of Lisbon tours grows, which do you pick? In this blog post I’ll address what’s a sustainable tour in Lisbon and suggest some you should take.