Lisbon’s many hills mean that there are many miradouros, or viewpoints, scattered throughout the city. Admiring a view and hanging out at a few of them is some of the best free things to do in Lisbon!
Lisbon's largest and oldest public square is surrounded by restaurants, cafes, shops, and the famous Rua Augusta arch.
Lisbon's oldest district is full of charming cobblestoned streets, pretty facades. Add plenty of time for aimless wandering on your Lisbon itinerary.
The historic Belem neighborhood is home to some of the top things to do in Lisbon, including the Monument to the Discoveries, and the Torre de Belem.
Also in Belem, the Jerominos Monastery is not to be missed. Featuring stunning architectural details, it is a shining example of the Manueline style.
You cannot leave Lisbon without trying at least one one pastel de nata, a custardy egg tart. Find the best in the city at Pasteis de Belem and Mantegaria.
Located just outside of Lisbon, the fairytale town of Sintra is full of extravagant castles, palaces, and monuments. A day trip here is a must on your Lisbon itinerary!
Sample food from some of Lisbon's top eateries at this award-winning food hall. The 26 vendors here are all hand-selected by the editors of Time Out magazine.
This hip open-air shopping center has lots of cool restaurants, cafes, boutiques, and specialty stores, which are super fun to browse through, as well as vibrant street art.