Hotel in Lisbon’s centre with all services
Hotel in Lisbon’s centre with all services
Discover Residencial Florescente, a hotel in Lisbon’s centre, ideal for visiting the city.

Experience the city at our hotel in Lisbon’s centre

Residencial Florescente has an attractive location for those who want to explore all corners of Lisbon on foot. Here, there is no lack of points of interest, it is the perfect choice for those looking for a hotel in the centre of Lisbon.

Walking through Lisbon's historic districts, visiting its streets and turning every corner is as if we were entering a history book, each page a new story. The beauty, the unique charm, the intense cultural activity, everything in this place enchants us.

In addition to the main points of interest in Lisbon, which we talk about below, also take a look at our blog posts about Belém and Nations's Park.

Commerce Square
Commerce Square, Praça do Comércio in Portuguese, is the largest square in Lisbon and offers a privileged view of the Tagus River. Here you will find several restaurants and public transport that will take you to explore more of the city.

Nations’s Park
Nations’s Park contrasts with the historic part of the city. It is a more modern area where history gives way to modernity and tall buildings.
We advise you to read the blog post What to do in Lisbon in 4 days when you will get to know more about the offer in this area of ​​Lisbon.

A former abandoned industrial area has been transformed into an area of ​​creativity, restaurants and open-air shops. Visiting this place is opening your mind to creation and entering another world.

Augusta Street
Augusta Street is in downtown. The busiest region of the city has its greatest charm in its diversity of national and international shops, restaurants, bars and hotels.

There were periods when the Baixa concentrated a huge amount of small businesses and crafts and this somehow explains the names of its streets: Post offices street, Gilding street… And they intersect with names of saints: Saint Nicholas, Our Lady of Conception…

Visiting points: Rossio’s Square, Santa Justa cable car, Augusta street, Augusta’s street arch, Commerce Square and Peak’s house.

Santa Justa cable car
Also called Carmo’s cable car, it was built at the turn of the 19th to the 20th century, in neo-gothic style. A tourist spot in downtown Lisbon, it connects Gold street and Carmo street to Largo do Carmo. Before running on electric power, it used steam power.

In its steep and charmingly old streets, you can hear the sound of fado in the background. Alfama is a stronghold of this musical style that is the most characteristic of Portugal.

It was from the top of its hill, from Saint’s George Castle, that the first king of Portugal conquered Lisbon, in 1147. A neighbourhood of marine nature, and consequently of great faith and devotion. It is no coincidence that it is the place where the Popular Saint’s Festival are celebrated during the month of June.

Visiting points: Sun’s gate Viewpoint, Saint’s George Castle, Fado Museum, Lisbon Cathedral, Santo Antônio Church.

Fado Museum
One of the interesting attractions in the Historic Districts of Lisbon is this museum, which includes both permanent and temporary exhibitions, a documentation center, an auditorium for presentations and Portuguese guitar and viola courses.

On internet you can access a Digital Sound File with thousands of sound records.

Effervescent, always in a state of creative and artistic boiling. Chiado is the theatre district, cafés with a literary tradition, old bookshops. Neighbourhood of Fernando Pessoa and Almada Negreiros.

Cais do Sodré
Between Lisbon's Historic Districts, this is a popular nightlife destination, with bars and restaurants. The food court of the 19th century Ribeira Market with diversified foods is the main point. The traditional Rosa street and the Ribeira boardwalk are also worth seeing.

Bairro Alto
In Bairro Alto it is possible to visit the viewpoint of São Pedro de Alcântara, the Saint Roque Church and Glory’s cable car.

Lisbon is a city with an incredible cultural offer that will certainly make you want to come back!

Residencial Florescente, the virtues of a hotel in Lisbon’s centre

To enjoy and relax from the busy day you will have in Lisbon, we advise you to stay at Residencial Florescente, a hotel in Lisbon’s centre, completely renovated in 2021. Here you will find all the comfort to rest at the end of the day and after a good night's sleep you will be ready for another day exploring the city, but before that, enjoy the buffet breakfast prepared with fresh ingredients in the hotel's restaurant!