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Lisbon Region

All sorts of experiences within a short distance range.
Click on the map to find each area information.

Av Liberdade, Marquês de Pombal

Come and discover the most important shopping and business area in Lisbon. The most luxurious side of the city, with its shops selling international labels, lives side by side with top companies, offices and studios. Come and discover the side of the capital where business and pleasure mix in total harmony.

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Discover the calm and exclusive area of Avenida da Liberdade, where premium hotels and luxury shops alternate door by door. Here you’ll find some of the major representatives of global brands in shops where the service is as sophisticated as the avenue itself. You’ll also find several old theatres and cinemas converted into alternative venues, some of which with an unforgettable contemporary programme.


If you continue up to Marquês de Pombal, you’ll complete what was once known by the locals as the Passeio Público, or public promenade, and where a large part of the city’s business travel industry is concentrated. The long avenue flanked by acacias and palm trees was heavily inspired by Paris and has extraordinary stone pavements (calçada portuguesa) featuring intricate designs. They beckon you to stroll, admiring the shop windows and stopping for refreshment at one of the various kiosks that dot its length.
Here you’ll find excellent hotels with inviting terraces and top service. This is by far the most elegant and luxurious part of Lisbon. Come and discover it.

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Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves

Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves

The art collection includes exceptional museum pieces, acclaimed both nationally and internationally, such as the Chinese ceramic collection.

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Elevador da Glória

Saves your legs on the ascent, but this funicular will leave you breathless anyway. It’s the best way to climb from Baixa to Bairro Alto and arrive without needing to rest.

Parque Eduardo VII (Edward VII Park) and Estufa Fria (Greenhouse)

Edward VII Park and Estufa Fria (Greenhouse)

Delight in the contrast between the park’s geometric and perfectly aligned gardens and the exuberance of the Estufa Fria’s plants and elements.


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Designed in 1746 by the Hungarian architect Carlos Mardel, this reservoir was built to receive and distribute the water carried by the Águas Livres Aqueduct.


Situated at the top of the Parque Eduardo VII with stunning views over the city.


The Loreto Gallery, built in 1746, stands out with its route currently open to visitors between the Casa do Registo in Rua das Amoreiras, and the Mirador of São Pedro de Alcântara.


At Roca Lisboa Gallery encounter a visual, interactive and sensorial experience._x000D_ Roca Lisboa Gallery is a century-old building, where the values of the brand Roca, design, innovation, sustainability and wellbeing, are well represented.


You’ll find one of the best views of Lisbon here, at Alto das Amoreiras. A terrace with an amazing vista and a good drinks and snacks list is the perfect stopping point.


A diverse and competitively priced offer: walking tours in typical neighborhoods, tours by day or night, by walking or private van, exploring Sintra, street art and many others.


TUK GUIDE PORTUGAL is an operator in the tourism sector, making use of tuk tuks, and other vehicles mostly ECO in order to combine ride quality and the glamour of transport.


Every Saturday, in the garden of Campo Pequeno, you’ll find stalls full of the authentic, certified and organic flavours of Lisbon – and Portugal.