3 Theatres in Lisbon that you should know
3 Theatres in Lisbon that you should know
The program of shows in the capital of Portugal increases every year and if you visit the capital, it may be interesting to visit one of the main theatres in Lisbon.
Lisbon is a city with a vibrant cultural offer and where the big names in entertainment make a must stop. The program of shows in Lisbon increases every year and if you visit the capital, it may be interesting to visit one of its theatres. We leave you 3 unmissable suggestions of Theatres in Lisbon.

São Luiz Municipal Theatre
The São Luiz Municipal Theatre, with 128 years of existence, seeks to have a careful look at Portuguese culture and cultures from around the world. Since its reopening in 2002, the Municipal Theatre of São Luiz has taken on the mission of delivering a living Theatre to the city, with an energetic audience, with hundreds of sessions per season and sometimes three performances per day.

Sao Carlos Theatre
Inaugurated on June 30, 1793, the São Carlos National Theatre was still the only national theatre dedicated to the production and presentation of opera, choral and symphonic music.
At the end of each season, the Theatre organizes the Festival ao Largo de São Carlos. The São Carlos Theatre is today a living house of music and culture, offering a diversified program to captivate less frequent spectators.

D. Maria II National Theatre
Older than the last two, the Nacional Theatre D. María II opened its doors on April 13, 1846, during the 27th birthday celebrations of Queen María II.
For a long time, the National Theatre was managed by artists' societies and in 1964 it was the scene of a major fire that left only the outer walls and the entrance of the building intact. The current building respects the original neoclassical style, it was rebuilt in 1978.

Why stay at Residencial Florescente?

Residencial Florescente is one of the oldest hotels in the historic area of ​​Lisbon, which has undergone the latest renovations this year.

Located on Portas de Santo Antão street, in the heart of the historic centre, known as the “Portuguese Broadway” for its theatres and concert halls, it is within walking distance of the entire historic area of ​​the city.

It is located 5 minutes from the luxurious Freedom Avenue and has easy access to the subway, train and airport, which is 6 kilometres away.

Residencial Florescente offers distinctive services such as its Bistro 99 Restaurant (also open to the public) serving tapas and traditional Portuguese cuisine, outdoor pool, 24-hour reception, buffet breakfast and free WiFi, making it an excellent place to stay. on his trip to Lisbon. Book now your stay near the main theatres of Lisbon.