Easter in Lisbon
Easter in Lisbon
What to do in Lisbon this Easter
Easter is finally here: schools close for the holidays, the table is filled with almonds and chocolate eggs and the ultimate goal is fun, rest and leisure for both young and old.

If you don't want to give up traditions, but at the same time do you want to create new memories and family traditions, this year we propose that you come and spend Easter in Lisbon. And if your big question is what you can do during this time, don't worry. We leave you with some suggestions of what to do in Lisbon this Easter.

Egg Hunt at the Castle
At Castelo de São Jorge you will have an activity to do as a family, which is the typical Easter egg hunt. We all know that there is no better activity at this time of year to do with the little ones. As you go looking for the eggs, you will also discover curiosities about the monument. Make your appointment now and don't miss this opportunity on Easter Sunday.

Palm Sunday Procession
Although Easter celebrations are experienced with greater intensity in small circles, Lisbon does not ignore Easter celebrations, with the Palm Sunday procession being a good example. This day, despite not being a holiday, marks the beginning of Holy Week, and it is where Jesus Christ's entry into Jerusalem is celebrated.

Enjoy the view from Miradouro Amoreiras 360º Panoramic View
If you prefer to escape the religious celebrations, we suggest a visit to the Miradouro Amoreiras. Located at the top of the famous Torres das Amoreiras, Amoreiras 360° Panoramic View is one of the highest points in the city and allows visitors to enjoy a unique view over Lisbon. From here it is possible to enjoy a 360 degree panoramic view of the Portuguese capital, being able to see all perspectives of the city, from its hills to the Tagus River.

Easter concert
If you are a music lover then you have to go and watch the Easter Concert: Mahler's 2nd Symphony, at Teatro Nacional de S. Carlos. Known as the Symphony of Resurrection, this proposes to answer the question: "Why do we live?". Symbolically, it narrates the defeat of death and the final redemption of human beings, after they have gone through a period of uncertainty and suffering. Buy your ticket now and come see this concert!

Enjoy a good meal in a Lisbon restaurant
Don't stay stuck in a kitchen these Easter holidays. Come and discover Lisbon's restaurants to provide you with a good meal and give you a well-deserved rest. We suggest Matiz, Rocco, A Antiga Camponesa, among many other restaurants in Lisbon.

Where to stay in Lisbon?
Located in the historic center of Lisbon, in one of the busiest streets in downtown Lisbon, you will find Residencial Florescente. The perfect option for your stay in Lisbon and for you to discover the city's main tourist attractions.

Rest in the comfort of our rooms, completely renovated, with all the details and services for you to relax in a peaceful and harmonious environment. Take advantage of all these suggestions and book your stay at Residencial Florescente now.