3 Days in Portugal

Discover Portugal cuisine, explore hauntingly beautiful ruins left by the 1755 earthquakes, and see modern street art with this guide to Lisbon.

The fastest and most inexpensive way to get around on your trip to Lisbon is to go to the Metro Station and take public transportation. Tram 28 is popular amongst tourists.

How To Get Around

First-Day Itinerary

Familiarize yourself with Lisbon by taking a tuk tuk tour and stop at the Lisbon Cathedral in the morning. Then, rejuvenate with a spa treatment in the afternoon.

Evening Attractions

Visit the Instagram-famous Pink Street for an exciting nightlife scene, or enjoy cozy outdoor dining and delicious tapas at Meson Andaluz.

Second-Day Itinerary

Explore the city in the morning by booking a walking tour, or visit Castelo de Sao Jorge, an 11th century castle. Then, enjoy your afternoon in Parço do Comerçio.

Head to Time Out Market for a fun communal lunch. Don't miss the pastéis de Nata which are even better than the famous pastéis de Belem.

Lunch Ideas

Third-Day Itinerary

In Belem, go sight-seeing at the Belem Tower and visit Jeronimos Monastery, which is the final resting place of the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama.

Evening Tour

Start your evening with a sunset sail on the Tagus River and after, go to LX Factory to choose from a variety of great dining restaurants.

Stay at the Tivoli Avenida Liberdade for 5 star luxury, or try the Baixa House self- catering apartments for a more economical choice.

Where To Stay