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Looking for a place to stay in Lisbon? Well, Orbitz has 236 hotels, most of which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location.

No matter what your traveling style, you're likely to find a hotel that suits your needs. And you can always stay in the heart of the action — Lisbon Oceanarium and Pavilhão do Conhecimento are calling your name.


Arts and culture in Lisbon

Put a little culture on your itinerary in Lisbon. The exhibits at Pavilhão do Conhecimento, Mude and Museu Arqueológico do Carmo are good places to soak it in and do some people watching.

You can also learn a thing or two while exploring Lisbon — just dive into the books at Casa Fernando Pessoa and Livraria Bertrand. The knowledge-filled halls and campus of Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Instituto Superior Técnico and University Aberta may be worthy of a tour.


Get outdoors in Lisbon

Not all of Lisbon's attractions are indoors. Praia da Adragais a good place to spend some time outdoors.


What to for fun in Lisbon

Lisbon isn't just about culture.

Drama unfolds on the silver screens at Portuguese Cinematheque - Museum of Cinema and Cinema São Jorge. Spend an afternoon with some action heroes, hopeless romantics or cartoon characters — as well as some candy and soda — as you kick back in the dark theater.

Traveling can leave you tense. Luckily, the trained professionals at Ginásio Lisboa - Virgin Active are there to work out all that stress, leaving you at ease.


Where to shop in Lisbon

El Corte Inglés - Lisboa and El Corte Inglés - Lisboa are shopping hubs in Lisbon. Add some local flavor to any wardrobe with the clothes at El Corte Inglés - Lisboa. The accessories at ALE-HOP Rua Augusta will put a finishing touch on all kinds of looks.

Fnac Almada and El Corte Inglés - Lisboa offer up their wares to window shoppers and serious enthusiasts.


Nightlife in Lisbon

After dinner — or a long afternoon of shopping and sightseeing — head to local watering holes like Cervejaria da Trindade, Hot Club of Portugal and A Ginjinha for a drink and a taste of Lisbon's nightlife.


Getting to Lisbon

If you're flying in, head for Lisbon Portela Airport — it's one of Lisbon's main transportation hubs.


Where to eat in Lisbon

Start your day right with some breakfast at restaurants like Clube De Fado, O Chiado and Restaurante Farol de Santa Luzia, or stop by for a treat while you're buzzing around town.


What to for fun in Lisbon

Lisbon isn't just about culture.

Drama unfolds on the silver screens at Portuguese Cinematheque - Museum of Cinema and Cinema São Jorge. Spend an afternoon with some action heroes, hopeless romantics or cartoon characters — as well as some candy and soda — as you kick back in the dark theater.

Traveling can leave you tense. Luckily, the trained professionals at Ginásio Lisboa - Virgin Active are there to work out all that stress, leaving you at ease.


Where to eat in Lisbon

Start your day right with some breakfast at restaurants like Clube De Fado, O Chiado and Restaurante Farol de Santa Luzia, or stop by for a treat while you're buzzing around town.


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