Considered many times a “city inside the city”, the vast area of Parque das Nações is completely different from the rest of Lisbon. Modern and futurist, it is the most recent neighborhood developed in the city, a mix of residential and business areas of modern architecture and high glass construction.
In Avenida da Liberdade, the busiest avenue in the Portuguese capital, pollution decreased by nearly 60% with the state of emergency restrictions.
Cascais is the beach haven just around the corner of Lisbon, combining the beauty of the white-sanded beaches with its famous nightlife.
Sintra is a romantic town just outside Lisbon, with stunning landscapes and breathtaking views.
Graça is one of the remaining typical neighborhoods in the city, one of those you think about when it comes to mind the Portuguese soul, the Fado bars and the small colorful housing.
Belém is Lisbon’s museum district, known for its close interaction and proximity with the river and its beautiful waterfront, as well as for the famous Pastéis de Belém.
Lapa and Estrela are two of the most noble areas in the city, where safety, tradition and exclusivity reign.
This is a quiet neighborhood, yet full of life, with a young population that breathes the essence of an area that is traditional but has a touch of modernity.
Príncipe Real is one of the most luxurious, cool and premium neighborhoods in Lisbon, at the same time as being a lively, vibrant and quaint area.
Alfama is as genuine as Lisbon can get. It is where you can taste that small-town vibe when hearing the echo of Fado in the streets of the most typical neighborhood in the capital.