Find your short term rental in Lisbon for a holiday or a congress

Choose a short term rental in Lisbon for your next stay...  the city of seven hills, has many districts with very different atmospheres. Make sure you choose the one that suits you most!If you are looking for authenticity and old historical lanes in which you can weave in and out, then unpack your suitcases to the east of the center, in the historical districts of Alfama, near Castle Sao Jorge, Graça, Church of Sao Vicente da Fora. Beware, however, that the districts of Alfama and Graça are more and more taken by storm by the tourists. In addition, these districts are very busy in June, during the festivities of Saint-Aintoine.At the bottom of the castle, the district of Mouraria deserve to be known. Popular and in full rehabilitation, it hosts today many artists. The Largo de Intendente, just above Martim Moniz square, is fast becoming the meeting place for trendy youth.The districts of Baixa / Rossio are also very appreciated by tourists, attracted by their many shops, restaurants and theaters.Other lively districts, adored by the party-goers: the Bairro Alto, the Bica (Santa Catarina) and Cais do Sodré. Composed also of small alleys, they shelter a large number of bars and restaurants open until the early morning!A little further up, the Principe Real district is also quite lively, but in a more reasonable way, as are those of Chiado, Avenue de la Liberté and Marques de Pombal. Gourmet, trendy or cute restaurants have flourished in recent years - with a significant influence on prices.Close to the center but more quiet, residential but authentic, the districts of Estrela and Lapa are also very pleasant, with their colorful facades and their lakes of alleys plunging to the Tagus (Madragoa district).Further to the west, the Alcantara district is to be discovered, with its docks which shelter numerous restaurants and bars, and the LX Factory which gave it a new youth.Even more to the west, the city of Belem will seduce history lovers, with its famous Tour de conquistadores and its monastery of the sixteenth century.Do not overlook the more modern Expo district built for the 1998 World Expo. Although it is off-center, it offers a magnificent view of the Tagus estuary and offers many interesting activities such as A giant aquarium and a Palace of Discovery (Pavilhao do conhocimento).Historical alleys and ultra-modern districts, heritage discoveries and gastronomic pleasures, party and rest: Lisbonne has everything to offer! With My Home In Lisbonne, check out our offers in Lisbonne and you wille be guaranteed the most wonderful stays. To organize your next holidays in Lisbonne, find out about each of the districts of the city by consulting our dedicated pages. And if you finally choose another destination, check out our holiday rental sites in Cannes, holiday rental in Nice, holiday rental in Marseille, holiday rental in Corsica or holiday rental in Deauville.