Practical information about Lisbon
Lisbon in a few
A sparkling, welcoming city, bathed in the incomparable light that the Tagus offers, Lisbonne attracts more and more visitors each year. With its past of conquests and revitalized by a new spirit of adventure, it is the destination in vogue for lovers of walks and idleness as well as for lovers of heritage, party-goers or sportsmen. A city full of history, proud of its culture, it offers many museums and monuments of exception, from the castle Sao Jorge to the convent of Carmes, passing by the Cathedral of Sé and the superb Gulbenkian museum. As a capital of the festival, it brings a joyful youth to the early morning in the historic alleys of the Bairro Alto and the old sailor bars of Cais do Sodré .. Green city, with many parks (Botanical Garden of Principe Real, Estrela, Tapada das Necessidades Garden, etc ...), it welcomes families and tourists in search of tranquility on its lawns and in the shade of its trees several hundred years old. Cross the city of seven hills on one of its historic trams and weave in and out of the labyrinth of its alleys, from the Alfama to the Madragoa. Cross the Tagus to bubble on the beach of Caparica, which stretches for about 15 kilometers! And do not forget to push curiosity to Belém, to nibble a famous pastel of nata near the monastery of the Hieronimos. Book now your accommodation in Lisbon!
When should we come?
Lisbonne, which hosts many tourists in the summer, is a pleasant city to visit at all seasons. The temperature rarely falls below 10 °, however the winter is very humid, the rain can be intense and the cold penetrating.
Good to know!
You must take into account one hour of jet lag with France: at noon in Paris, it is 11 hours in Lisbonne.The traffic in Lisbonne is not always easy: the narrow streets of the historic districts are difficult to reach and it is difficult to find a parking place.