Discover what to see in Lisbon in 4 days
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal is one of the most charming cities in our country! That is why we want to recommend a route to discover Lisbon in 4 days. Knowing what to do in such a short time is always difficult, due to the diversification of monuments, places of interest and places to visit.
Having 4 days to visit Lisbon, it is essential to prepare an itinerary to strategically discover the most interesting points of the city.
During the first day, we recommend visiting Baixa, Chiado and Barrio Alto. In this area of Lisbon you will have access to many coffee shops, historical shops, monuments and emblematic churches, among other points of interest.
On the second day, visit Alfama and Graça. Alfama is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating and traditional neighbourhoods in Lisbon, with its picturesque streets that represent a real labyrinth, with stairs, colourful and flowery yards, the best option to discover Alfama is to walk through its streets on foot.
We highlight 3 essential places in Alfama: Casa dos Bicos, Santa Luzia Viewpoint and Fado Museum. In the second part of day 2 you can visit Bairro da Graça, located on the highest hill in the city, one of the oldest and most beautiful neighbourhoods in the capital. Graça neighbourhood is known for its viewpoints where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city, such as the Sophia de Mello Breyner viewpoint. It is also sought after for its culture, including the Church and Convent of Graça or Vila Sousa. By visiting Bairro da Graça, you will have access to the largest green space in the historic area of Lisbon with the Garden Cerca da Graça.
During the third day, Belem. Belém is the place of discoveries par excellence. By visiting Belém, you will learn even more about the history of Portugal. The visit begins at Belém Tower, then walking along the banks of the Tagus river, you will find the Padrão dos Descobrimentos, following the Bairro da Praça Império you will find the Coleção Berardo Museum, at the end we recommend a visit to the emblematic Jerónimos Monastery.
And finally, on the fourth day, we recommend Nations Park and Royal Prince Park.
Nations Park represents the largest leisure area in Lisbon, it is a modern neighbourhood that offers a different and interesting view of the capital, starting with the Lisbon Oceanarium, originally known as the Ocean Pavilion, the second-largest oceanarium of the Iberian Peninsula where you can meet more than 8,000 marine creatures.
Where to stay to visit Lisbon in 4 days?
Hotel Residencial Florescente, located in the historic centre of Lisbon, is the ideal hotel to visit Lisbon in 4 days. The reception is open 24 hours a day, as is the pool and terrace, where you will have access to the Oasis Bar. Residencial Florescente thought of every detail to make your stay an unforgettable experience.
Hotel Residencial Florescente takes into account local products, every morning you can enjoy a buffet breakfast prepared with fresh ingredients. It has two spaces, Bistrô 99, with a wide variety of delicious Portuguese tapas and the Oasis Bar, where they serve drinks and cocktails to relax when you need it.
Without a doubt, the perfect place to enjoy Lisbon in 4 days. Book your getaway now.