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Located at the westernmost edge of continenta Europe, Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal and is just as important for trade, culture, history, and tourism as it is on a political level. The area was settled in the Neolithic age by pre-Celtic tribes and the city itself was founded by Julius Caesar, making it older than London, Paris, and even Rome, second in age only to Athens in Greece. Legend has it that the hero Odysseus stopped here on his way home from the Trojan War and that the Phoenician Empire founded the city in the ages before the Romans. It has been under the control of Germanic tribes, Moorish rule, and was conquered by Crusaders. This rich history and the architecture left behind are the main draws for the thousands of tourists that visit each year, who also come for the beaches, hospitality, and romantic views.

Tourism in Lisbon

There’s plenty to see and do in Lisbon that makes it similar to other cities in Southern Europe. Castles, Roman ruins, and scenic views of the sea are just a few options. Here are a few inspiring ideas unique to Lisbon to get your adventure started.

  • The Oceanarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world. The design of the building is meant to mimic a deep-sea dive, with several different viewing levels and tanks separated by plexiglass and acrylic walls.
  • Vintage Trams. Experience the quaint local neighborhoods via the historic public transit system. These cable cars run on electricity and are now an integral part of a much larger transportation grid that can also take you to sights in the city environs.
  • Sintra, a fairytale town filled with castles, walls, and medieval architecture, is only 30 minutes away and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ancient city also consists of some amazing views and impressive museum collections.
  • Museums dot the landscape in Lisbon, ranging from public to private, from general collections to more niche subjects like tile, ceramics, and decorative arts. The Maritime Museum is particularly impressive, recording Portugal’s pivotal role in the Age of Exploration.

Hotels in Lisbon

Lisbon is more economical than many other European cities and offers just as much in the way of accommodation. Several different kinds of package deals are available that include hotels, meals, airport transfers, and even tours.

  • Guesthouses. These also include short and long-term furnished apartments, and Lisbon has an impressive selection that rivals many other cities. Ideal for groups and families, these include kitchens and private entrances and can work out to be the same price or even cheaper than hotels or hostels.
  • Boutique Hotels in Lisbon are elegant, refined, perfectly integrated into the historic architecture, and located all over town. Many include perks like meal plans, spas
  • Scenic Views. Each district in Lisbon has a distinct style and tone, whether they are commercial districts, residential areas, or a mix of both. You can choose your hotel depending on your interest in food, nightlife, or history.
  • Beach Resorts. There are other European cities that boast wonderful seaside accommodations, but Lisbon’s options tend to be more economical and less crowded. The beaches here are pristine, known for their rich golden hue, and these are even places set aside for nude sunbathing, water sports, and family-oriented venues.