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Seven dramatic hills overlooking the Rio Tejo birthplace of Lisbon's postcard-perfect panorama of paved alleyways, ancient ruins and white-dome cathedrals – a captivating scene that has been produced over the centuries.
Lisbon is the hilly, seashore capital of Portugal. The view from the majestic São Jorge Castle includes the pastel-colored houses of the old town, the Tagus Estuary and the suspension bridge at Ponte 25 de Abril. The National Azulejo Museum is nearby, showing 5 centuries of decorative ceramic tiles. There's a series of Atlantic beaches just outside Lisbon, from Cascais to Estoril.
Lisbon is an exciting and busy city with a wide variety of events and interesting tourist attractions. The city, though still embracing its deep-rooted heritage and extensive history, has a welcoming and liberal atmosphere. Lisbon can cater to a range of ages and tourists; it can be a cultural adventure, an extravaganza in the nightlife, a family holiday
Lisbon takes about three days to explore and is the ideal city-break destination for a weekend out. A holiday to Lisbon may stretch to seven or ten days to include all the fun day trips in the surrounding city. Lisbon is a coastline with stunning sandy beaches, and a holiday to Lisbon may involve a couple of days of relaxation on these magnificent beaches.
Lisbon has hot dry summers, nice springs and autumns, and mild winters, but sometimes rainy ones. Late spring (May-June) is the best time of the year to visit Lisbon when the days are bright and sunny, but the temperatures are not so high. The peak season is between June and August and you would expect the city to feel busy when you're visiting at this time of year.
It is proposed that Lisbon be situated near the historic center, covering the districts of Baixa, Chiado, Bairro Alto, Alfama and Liberdade Road. These areas are popular with visitors, and the main sights and attractions are within walking distance. Bairro Alto and Cais do Sodre are the districts of nightlife and are perfect if you want to party or are part of a stag / hen.
There are two easily accessible sandy coastlines from Lisbon: the coastline of Cascais-Estoril and the Costa de Caparica (to the south). The wild beaches of the Serra de Sintra coastline and the Serra da Arrabida paradise beaches are only a little further (and need to rent a car to visit).
Lisbon Airport is Portugal's only international airport which has direct connections to all major European cities which to many of the biggest cities in the world. The airport itself is conveniently situated inside the city limits, so taking either the metro or the Aerobus bus service is extremely easy onward travel.
With the construction of a new terminal building, the airport has undergone a significant expansion, and this handles all the departures (not arrivals) for the low-cost airlines. Terminal 2 is very small, with plenty of waiting around in long queues, and is only linked by limited bus service with the main terminal building.
In the vibrant and varied nightlife of Lisbon, whether you're a rump shaker, a motormouth or a want to be sommelier, you can't struggle to find anything that fits your tastes. Suppin ' on a River Tagus cocktail is highly recommended, as is losing yourself on the Lux dance floor, but these are only two unforgettable encounters that you might hope to have in the Portuguese capital, among many others
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Everything was alright, contact with the company and car perfect. I just see one mistake when you want to rent the car you don’t see the full price and return deposit for car. I would love to see everything and every price before I’m going rent a car that I will not be surprise too much when they say me the full price.