3-day Lisbon itinerary

The perfect 3 day Lisbon itinerary for first-time visitors

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Are you planning a trip to Lisbon and looking for the perfect 3 day Lisbon itinerary? Look no further! In this blog post, we will show you exactly what you can do in 3 days in Portugal’s stunning capital city. From visiting world-famous attractions like the Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery, to sampling delicious local cuisine and enjoying breathtaking views from atop a hilltop castle. We made a detailed map for each day to make it easy for you to use when in Lisbon.

3 day Lisbon itinerary
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Why do you need 3 days for Lisbon?

With our 3 day Lisbon itinerary, you can make the most of your time and truly experience one of Europe’s most beautiful cities! 3 days gives you enough time to explore all the main attractions without feeling rushed. You also have enough time to visit Sintra, a small town just outside the city that is worth visiting for its beautiful castle, historical palaces, and lush gardens. 3 days will allow you to really take in everything Lisbon has to offer and make some wonderful memories.

Things to do in Lisbon in 3 days

On your 3 day trip to Lisbon, you can expect plenty of sightseeing, delicious cuisine, and fun activities. Our daily itinerary is designed to minimize travel time and maximize your sightseeing.

Tip: the map below shows you where to find things to do, places to stay, and places to eat in Lisbon. You can also use it to find your way around the city. To make the map bigger, click on the top right corner. To save the map in your Google Maps account, click on the star next to the title. In the folder, you can turn different categories on or off.

3 Days Lisbon | day 1

On the first day, you will explore Lisbon’s historical center and see many sites that are worth visiting. Since Lisbon is built on 9 hills, be prepared to walk up some stairs. Ideally, you can explore everything on foot during this day for a more authentic experience, so wear comfortable shoes! We recommended starting the day around 09:00 am.

If your accommodation doesn’t offer breakfast, don’t worry! Head on over to Brunch Café where you can order classic egg dishes, avocado toast, or pancakes with fresh fruits. The average spend per person is only €10 / $10.

Discover the oldest neighborhood Alfama

The neighborhood Alfama is the oldest part of Lisbon and in our opinion the best place to experience true culture and tradition, with old buildings, streets, and alleyways that show centuries of history. You can get lost in its narrow lanes, soak up the atmosphere and take some great photos.

The best thing that you can do is to start walking from Igreja de Santo António de Lisboa, via Miradouro das Portas do Sol to Igreja de São Vicente de Fora. On your first day, you’ll visit all the highlights in and around Alfama to get the full experience.

Tip: visit Miradouro do Recolhimento, at this viewpoint, it is not that crowded compared to others.

Tip: If you like to get to know all history and stories behind the monuments we recommend booking this walking tour.

Alfama Lisbon
Alfama, Portugal

Enjoy the stunning views of Lisbon from Miradouro das Portas do Sol and Santa Luzia

This is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful viewpoints in Lisbon, with an incredible view of the city. It’s located on the eastern slope of the Alfama district. From this viewpoint, you can admire a magnificent panoramic view of Alfama, the river Tagus and several landmarks such as Saint George’s castle.

We loved the fact that local artists play traditional music and that you can enjoy the breathtaking views. It is definitely worth including these viewpoints on your 3 day Lisbon itinerary! To get there you can take a public bus, tram or metro to the station “Portas do Sol”. We recommended that you walk to the viewpoints so that you can explore the Alfama neighborhood at the same time.

Tip: it can be crowded during the day therefore if you want the best experience you can visit it during sunrise when there are not that many people.

Tip: if you do not want to walk that much you can follow a 7 Hills Electric Bike Tour. This tour will allow you to explore the city while having a lot of fun along the way.

Miradouro Santa Luzia, Portugal
Miradouro Santa Luzia

Discover the National Pantheon

The National Pantheon of Lisbon is a beautiful church and monument located on the western slope of the Alfama district. This neoclassical building features beautiful domes, towers, and statues which make it one of the must-see attractions in Lisbon. Inside you’ll find tombs of some famous Portuguese people. A ticket to the church not only allows you to explore the interior and visit the crypt but also climb to the top of the building for an up-close look at its architecture. You can also visit the terrace for a breathtaking panoramic view.

The National Pantheon is open daily from 10:00 am to 06:00 pm, except on public holidays. The entrance fee is €5 / $5 per person. Getting there is easy, you walk from the viewpoints in 10 minutes to the Pantheon. if you want to use the bus or tram travel to “Terreiro do Paço” stop and then it is a 3-minute walk from there.

Tip: they offer a guided tour of the Pantheon but you can skip this because it really is not worth it.

National Pantheon, Lisbon
National Pantheon, Portugal

Visit the Mercado Santa Clara

Just 3 minutes walking from National Pantheon you can find Mercado Santa Clara. This is one of Lisbon’s most colorful and vibrant markets, with plenty of products to explore. Here you can find everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to traditional Portuguese cuisine, handmade jewelry, ceramics, and much more. Great thing is that all products are handmade by local artisans and can be bought for only €10 / $10. So it’s a great opportunity to get some unique souvenirs for your friends and family. The market is open every day from 10:00 am to 06:00 pm except on Sundays when it closes at 03:00 pm.

Where to stay in Lisbon

Option 1 Comfort & budget: Browns Downtown Hotel
Browns Downtown Hotel
is a newly renovated hotel located right in the heart of Lisbon’s historical center. The hotel offers modern rooms and amenities, as well as a delicious breakfast is included. We loved it for its friendly staff, great value and excellent location. It’s the perfect option for those who want to experience Lisbon in style while still sticking to a budget!
Check actual prices and availability for Browns Downtown Hotel here.

Option 2 Budget friendly: Hotel Convento do Salvador
Hotel Convento do Salvador
is a great choice if you are looking for an authentic and peaceful experience. Located in the historical centre, it offers comfortable rooms with old-world charm. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the rates are very reasonable. Plus, you get to enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet each morning!
Check actual prices and availability for Hotel Convento do Salvador here.

Lunch at Copenhagen Coffee Lab – Campo de Santa Clara

After the market, we expect that you are hungry and want to have lunch. We enjoyed lunch at Copenhagen Coffee Lab – Campo de Santa Clara. This is a great place to have lunch during your 3 day Lisbon trip. This cafe serves delicious brunch and lunch dishes, freshly brewed coffee, and homemade cakes. When we were there it was not as crowded as other places. The menu includes dishes such as bagels, sandwiches, quiches, salads, and a variety of pastries. Bread with for example tuna with coffee costs €8 / $8. With the two off we paid €23/ $23.

Copenhagen Coffee Lab - Campo de Santa Clara, Portugal

Igreja de São Vicente de Fora

The Church of Sao Vicente de Fora is one of the oldest in Lisbon and is worth a visit. It is located on the slope of the ancient Alfama neighborhood and was built in 1147 by Ferdinand I, King of Portugal. It is filled with magnificent tiles and large cloisters, which makes it an ideal place to explore during 3 days in Lisbon.

The monastery is open daily from 10:00 am to 05:00 pm, except on public holidays. Admission is €5 / $5 per person. To get there you can walk from the National Pantheon in 4 minutes.

Tip: visit the cloisters of this monastery which are beautiful to see.

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Igreja de São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon

Miradouro da Graça

Miradouro da Graça is one of the most popular viewpoints in Lisbon because it is one of the highest in Lisbon. This viewpoint offers stunning views over the Alfama district, Castelo de São Jorge, and the old part of town. Located at the top of a hill it can be reached by taking a public bus, tram, or metro to the station “Portas do Sol”. From Igreja de São Vicente de Fora it is a 7-minute walk.

During the day it is great to enjoy the view only if you want the best experience you have to visit it during sunrise or sunset.

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Castelo de S. Jorge

The most popular sight to visit during your 3 days in Lisbon is the impressive Castelo de S. Jorge. This castle is located on one of the highest points in the city and overlooks Alfama, Baixa, and Chiado. It used to be a royal palace but now it’s an archaeological museum with lots of artifacts from different eras.

The castle is open daily from 09:00 am to 07:00 pm, except on public holidays. The entrance fee is €10 / $10 per person. To get there you can take a bus or tram to the station “Rua da Graça” and then it is a 15-minute walk to the castle.

Tip: if you want to avoid the crowds try visiting in the morning or late afternoon for a more relaxed experience.

Miradouro da Graça. Portugal

Sé Cathedral of Lisbon

The Sé Cathedral of Lisbon is one of the most beautiful and impressive churches in Portugal. It was built in 1147 and has a stunning Baroque facade and its interior is filled with magnificent tiles, statues, frescoes, and marble ornaments. It is also worth visiting for its impressive tombs and altar, which are dedicated to the city’s past kings.

The cathedral is open daily from 09:00 am to 06:00 pm; admission is free of charge so walk into the cathedral en enjoy the ancient details. From Castelo de S. Jorge it is 10 minute’s walking.

Tip: If you’re looking to relax with a cup of coffee after touring the Sé Cathedral, we recommend Bananacafe Praça do Município. Situated in Praça do Município, you are surrounded by beautiful buildings.

Sé Cathedral of Lisbon

Discover the neighborhood of Baixa

Baixa is located between Alfama and Chiado and is one of the most attractive neighborhoods in town, due to its amazing architecture that was created after the great earthquake of 1755. Here you can take a walk around Praça do Comércio, Lisbon’s central square, and admire the impressive buildings.

Lisbon’s oldest elevator, Elevador da Gloria is also located in Baixa and provides great views over the city. Other attractions include Calçada do Duque, Rua Augusta Arch, Chiado Museum, and the pink street of Lisbon.

neighborhood of Baixa
Tram 28, Portugal

Praça do Comércio

Praça do Comércio is a large public square located in the center of Lisbon and one of Europe’s main squares. It has been an important part of Lisbon’s history, in this place many events have taken place.

The most predominant feature in Praça do Comércio is Arco da Rua Augusta, an impressive victory arch built in 1775 and dedicated to King José I. Besides this, there is also the Monument to the Restoration of Independence, a statue of King José I, and several other monuments that make Praça do Comércio worth visiting during your 3 days in Lisbon.

Tip: visit the Praça do Comércio during the evening when all buildings are illuminated and have a romantic walk along the Tejo river.

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Elevador de Santa Justa

After Praça do Comércio, take a stroll through the heart of Baixa. As you wander through the small streets, you will come across the Elevador de Santa Justa. This elevator is one of Lisbon’s oldest and was built in 1902. It connects Baixa and the Carmo district located on top of a hill with stunning views over Alfama, Castelo de São Jorge, and the old part of town. The entrance fee is €5 per person and the elevator operates daily from 09:00 am to 08:00 pm.

Tip: we did not visit the elevator itself because it was too crowded. We understood that the best time to visit is early in the morning when there are not yet many people.

Elevador de Santa Justa, Lisbon

The pink street of Lisbon

The “pink street” is one of the most visited places in Lisbon. It used to be a red-light district, where prostitution was legal, but nowadays it is just an area with many bars and clubs. Although many people say this place is worth visiting, we did not enjoy it. The atmosphere was better at other places and it was too crowded for our liking. However, you should check it out for yourself. Our recommendation would be to not drink here though.

The pink street of Lisbon
The pink street of Lisbon, Portugal

End the day with live Fado music and traditional dinner

At the end of your 3 days in Lisbon, we recommend attending a live fado show. The Fado is a Portuguese style of singing that originates from Lisbon and it is full of emotions and soulful sounds. During this show, you can also enjoy a traditional dinner with many delicious dishes from Portugal. After the show, you will have a better understanding of Portuguese culture and why it is so loved by its citizens.

To experience this wonderful evening in Lisbon, purchase your tickets via this link: live fado show with traditional dinner. We guarantee that you won’t regret it!

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3 Days Lisbon | day 2

On the second day, you will explore attractions in and around the historical center. You can follow a bike tour, ride the tram, visit historic sites, and much more. Start your day at 9:00 am so you can make it to the 09:30 am tram tour in Lisbon.

When you can not enjoy breakfast at the accommodation where you are staying Quase Café is a good option. It offers a variety of breakfast options, ranging from croissants to scrambled eggs with bacon and fresh juices. The price for a basic breakfast is €10 / $10.

Start the morning with tram ride number 28

Tram number 28 is the most popular tram in Lisbon. It runs from Martim Moniz Square, through Alfama and Castelo de São Jorge, ending in Graça. This route offers beautiful views over the city of Lisbon and will take you past monuments. It is worth taking the tram ride even if you have already visited some of these places as it will give you another perspective. The ticket costs €2 / $2 per person and can be purchased from most kiosks in Lisbon.

Tip: try to get a seat at the very front of the tram for the best views.

If you’re interested in taking a tour of tram 28 with a guide who can explain everything you see along the way, you can book a ticket via the link.

Tram 28, Lisbon
Tram 28 Portugal 1

Head to Belem Tower

Belem Tower is one of the most iconic monuments in Lisbon and was built in 1519 as part of a defense system. Out of all the buildings we saw, this one was the most surprising to us because of its architecture. Today, it is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most visited monuments in Portugal. You can enter the tower for €6 / $6 per person.

You can catch the tram 15 or bus 714 from Cais do Sodré station in the center, then get off at Princesa stop. From there, it’s only a six-minute walk to Belem Tower.

Tip: the next sight you will visit is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Jeronimos Monastery, while you walk to where you can pass Padrão dos Descobrimentos. It is a huge monument built in 1960 to commemorate the Portuguese discoveries.

Tip: the Belem Tower is situated near the Tagus River. If you’re interested, you can go sailing on the river as well!

Belem Tower. Portugal

Lunch at Pão Pão Queijo Queijo

For lunch, head to Pão Pão Queijo Queijo. It is a restaurant known for its delicious and fresh sandwiches made with homemade bread. This place is quite popular among locals which makes it even better. Prices are also very reasonable – €8/$8 per person on average. The menu includes options such as pulled pork & cheese sandwich, smoky chicken & cheese sandwich, and vegan option with tofu. If you can’t find a seat at the restaurant, there’s always the option to order a takeaway and eat it in Jardim da Praça do Império, which is right in front of Jeronimos.

Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Jeronimos Monastery

Jeronimos Monastery is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most important religious buildings in Portugal. It was built in the 16th century by King Manuel I and is now home to a monastery of the Hieronymite Order. The architecture is stunning to see and when you will stand in front of the building you will understand why it’s one of the most visited places in Lisbon.

The entrance fee to Jeronimos Monastery is €10/$10 per person, It is recommended that you buy your ticket for Jeronimos Monstery in advance to avoid the long lines.

UNESCO World Heritage Site of Jeronimos Monastery
UNESCO World Heritage Site of Jeronimos Monastery. Lisbon
Jeronimos Monastery

Enjoy pastéis de nata at Pasteis de Belem

After your visit to Jeronimos Monastery, we believe you are excited to try pastéis de Nata. pastéis de Nata is a traditional Portuguese custard tart and a must-try when visiting Lisbon! The best place to try them is Pasteis de Belem, which is located right next to the monastery. It has been in business since 1837, so you know they have perfected its pastéis de Nata recipe over time. The prices are quite reasonable – €1.20 / $1.20 per pastry.

Tip: if you want to enjoy pastéis de Nata right away, go to Jardim da Praça do Império and have a seat at one of the benches.

pasteis de nata

Dinner at Casa da Índia

After you visit Jeronimos Monstery and bought some pastéis de Nata you have to take the tram number 15 or bus 714 back to the historical center. Then we recommended eating something in Bairro Alto, this is the busiest part of Lisbon and has some of the best restaurants in town. Casa da Índia is a great place to go.

Casa da Índia in Lisbon is a traditional cafe that offers an unforgettable experience. The atmosphere of the cafe is full of energy, with people talking and enjoying delicious Portuguese meals. Here you’ll find an impressive selection of dishes, from classic favorites like bacalhau (salt cod) to unique takes on local favorites like caldo verde (green soup). The prices are also reasonable for the quality and quantity of food served, on average it cost €12 / $12 per person to enjoy a meal with a drink. One of the must-try dishes is the cozido à portuguesa, a hearty stew with beef, pork, sausage and vegetables. Casa da Índia is definitely worth visiting if you’re looking for a true taste of Portugal!

Casa de india

3 Days Lisbon | day 3

Today you will visit the beautiful and magical town of Sintra. Sintra is located in a mountain range near Lisbon where you visit places of the old kings of Portugal. You can get to Sintra from Lisbon by train (€3 / $3 per person) or by car. We have a detailed guide that shows all the details of how to visit Sintra so make sure you check it out before visiting. In Sintra, you can visit different palaces, such as Pena Palace, Monserrate Palace, Quinta da Regaleira, and many more! Take your time to explore this unique town, relax in one of its stunning gardens or enjoy some of its delicious Portuguese food.

We recommended visiting Sintra by yourself and to buy the Sintra tickets upfront. If you prefer doing it with a tour you should do this tour because you will visit all the highlights of Sintra in one day.

Tip: Sintra is a great place to visit, and we recommend you do so on the third day. Of course, feel free to change the order if you’d like. If possible, try visiting Sintra during the week as it tends to be less crowded then.

After exploring Sintra, it’s time to head back to Lisbon and end your 3 days city trip.

Tip: if you want something to eat in Lisbon after you visited Sintra you can go to Le Petit Café. We saw the menu and it was very exclusive- with a lot of items to order. The atmosphere also seemed romantic, we did not eat here but looked great.

Sintra, Lisbon
Sintra Portugal

Day trips from Lisbon

Sintra is the perfect place for a day trip from Lisbon, and there are plenty of other great options too. If you have more time in Lisbon, make sure to check out these other amazing places. You can book your spot via the link below!

Fatima, Obidos, Batalha and Nazaré: in Fatima you can visit the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fátima. Obidos is a charming little village filled with ancient cobbled streets and medieval buildings. Batalha offers an impressive monastery complex built in the 14th century. Nazaré is known for its stunning beaches.

Knights Templar Day Tour: Visit the villages of Constância and Tomar to explore the history of the Knights Templar. Spend the day visiting castles and convents.

Fatima full day: Spend a day exploring Portugal’s multiple cities and seeing some of its most iconic medieval and 20th-century sites. Start in Lisbon, then go to Fátima, one of the world’s most revered Catholic pilgrimage destinations.

Where to stay in Lisbon

The most important thing when you visit any city is to stay in the right place. For 3 days Lisbon, the best area to stay in is the historical center of Lisbon. Its central location means you can explore all the attractions that Lisbon has to offer without having to worry about transportation. This is a vibrant and central area where you can explore some of Lisbon’s most iconic sites and attractions. It’s also necessary to make reservations way upfront, as the hotels in this area tend to get filled up quickly.

We recommend the two accommodations below. They both provide excellent value for money. Both are located in walking distance of popular attractions.

Comfort & budget
Browns Downtown Hotel

Browns Downtown Hotel

Browns Downtown Hotel is a newly renovated hotel located right in the heart of Lisbon’s historical center. The hotel offers modern rooms and amenities, as well as a delicious breakfast is included. We loved it for its friendly staff, great value and excellent location. It’s the perfect option for those who want to experience Lisbon in style while still sticking to a budget!

Budget friendly
Hotel Convento do Salvador

Hotel Convento do Salvador

Hotel Convento do Salvador is a great choice if you are looking for an authentic and peaceful experience. Located in the historical centre, it offers comfortable rooms with old-world charm. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the rates are very reasonable. Plus, you get to enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet each morning!

Where to eat in Lisbon

Our Lisbon itinerary outlines the best restaurants to visit each day. To make it easy, we’ve included all our tips in the overview below. You can see where all these restaurants are located on the map at the beginning of the article.

Day 1Day 2Day 3
BreakfastBrunch CaféQuase Caféin Sintra
LunchCopenhagen Coffee Lab – Campo de Santa ClaraPão Pão Queijo Queijoin Sintra
DinnerFado music and traditional dinnerCasa da ÍndiaLe Petit Café

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Transportation Lisbon

The best way to get around Lisbon is on foot. This 3 days Lisbon itinerary takes you through the city’s most iconic sites, so you can easily walk from one place to another. However, if you need to get somewhere quickly or are too tired after a long day of sightseeing, there are public transportation options available such as the bus, metro and train. Taxis are also an option if you don’t mind paying a bit more.

The city has a good public transportation system that is reliable, safe and easy to use. Tickets can be bought in advance or at the ticketing machines located inside the stations.

You can use the hop-on and hop-off buses to see Lisbon’s main attractions. These are open-top buses that offer a good view and unlimited use. You can buy bus tickets here.

How to get to Lisbon

There are many ways to get to Lisbon from other cities in Portugal or Europe. The most popular way is by plane, as there are direct flights from major international airports. You can also take the train from cities like Paris, Madrid and Barcelona.

If you’re coming from within Portugal, you can take the bus or train. You can also drive to Lisbon from nearby cities in Portugal and Spain. Just make sure to give yourself plenty of time as the roads can be busy during peak times.

The best way to get around Lisbon is by public transport, and the easiest way to do that is by purchasing a ticket in advance. You can buy public transport tickets for routes from popular surrounding destinations via the link.

By car, you can reach Lisbon from various locations in the following timeframes:

  • Porto to Lisbon: 3 hours | 310km / 192 miles
  • Lagos to Lisbon: 2 hours and 50 minutes | 300km / 186 miles
  • Obidos to Lisbon: 1 hour and 5 minutes | 85km / 52 miles
  • Evora to Lisbon: 1 hour and 30 minutes | 130km / 80 miles
  • Nazaré to Porto: 1 hour and 20 minutes | 120km / 74 miles

You can easily rent a car for your travels to Portugal through Rentalcars. We love using them whenever we want to travel by car and explore new places.

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Best time to visit Lisbon

The best time to visit Lisbon is between April and October. This is when the weather is warm and sunny, making it ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities. The average temperature in summer (June-August) is around 25°C / 77°F. In winter (November-March), temperatures are cooler but still mild. The average temperature is around 16°C / 61°F.

If you want to avoid the crowds, it’s best to plan your 3 days in Lisbon for the shoulder season (March-May & September-October). This will still allow you to enjoy moderate temperatures and good weather, without the hustle and bustle of summer. We visited Lisbon in June and had a great time. The weather was good, and it was not extremly crowded.

No matter when you visit, Lisbon is a wonderful city to explore!

Is a city trip to Lisbon safe to travel?

Yes, Lisbon is safe to visit. As with any major city, it’s best to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions such as carrying a maximum amount of cash and valuables at all times. It’s also recommended that you book travel insurance for your 3 day trip to Lisbon, especially if you are traveling from abroad.

3 Days Lisbon itinerary FAQ

1. How much does 3 days in Lisbon cost?

The cost of a 3 day trip to Lisbon will depend on your budget, style of travel and activities you plan to do. The table below outlines how much each type of traveler spend in Lisbon.

We expect that a budget traveler spent around €125 / $125 per day, it would cost approximately €425/ $425 in total. Midrange travelers could explore the same sights at €665 / $665. If you’re looking for luxury accommodations and experiences during your stay in Portugal’s largest city, expect to pay up €1160 /$ 1160 – still making this trip quite affordable compared others across Europe!

CategoryBudget travelerMid-range travelerLuxury traveler
Accommodation*€80 / $80€100 / $100€150 / $150
Food€30 / $30€60 / $60€100 / $100
Transport€0 / $0€5 / $5€20 / $20
Activities€15 / $15€30 / $30€75 / $75
Total per person €125 / $125€195 / $195€345 / $345
Transport to Lisbon€50 / $50€80 / $80€125 / $125
Total budget based on 3 days€425 / $425€665 / $665€1160 / $1160
*Amounts are based on a double room

Want to reduce costs without sacrificing quality? Read how:

  • Accommodation: traveling on a budget doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice enjoyment and experiences for savings. To stay within your means, it’s best to make accommodation reservations as far in advance as possible; take advantage of offers and explore more choices – check out our recommended accommodations.
  • Food: pick an accommodation that offers breakfast and buy lunch in the supermarket.
  • Transport: whenever possible try walking instead of using public transportation.
  • Activities: it is best not to save too much on these costs. Activities give the unforgettable experiences.

2. What type of food and drinks can I expect to find in Lisbon?

Lisbon is known for its variety of seafood dishes and traditional Portuguese cuisine. You can also find an array of international restaurants in Lisbon, as well as a range of delicious street food. Popular drinks to try in Lisbon include Port wine, Vinho Verde and Sagres beer.

3. Are there any special discounts or offers that you can use while traveling 3 days in Lisbon?

Yes, there are a few discounts and offers available in Lisbon. You can purchase the Lisboa Card which gives you access to free public transport and discounted entry to attractions and museums around the city. Additionally, restaurants offer lunch time specials during weekdays, which usually include a main course, drink and dessert for a set price.

Want to see more in Portugal?

Explore the best of Portugal with a 3 week Portugal road trip! Take in all Lisbon has to offer as you spend three days discovering its highlights. Then, follow our itinerary and explore more breathtaking sights across this beautiful country – from ancient castles to sunny beaches, mountainside villages to spirited cities.

Discover the beauty of Portugal by exploring its southern coast in Lagos, where world-renowned beaches await. Venture to Evora for a journey back into antiquity and explore an ancient city. You can also travel north too Obidos, Coimbra and Nazaré. Take time to marvel at Europe’s oldest university library while visiting Coimbra. Experience first hand what life was like centuries ago when you step inside the fortified walls of Obidos or visit Nazaré whit the biggest waves of Europa.

What do you think of Lisbon? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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