- The capital is undoubtedly one of the most photogenic in Europe thanks to its luminosity, amazing landscapes and monuments.
- Warm in summer and mild in winter make this a good year-round destination.
- Lisbon has 2 UNESCO sites within the city itself sightseeing options abound. The majestic Tagus River allows visitors to view the city from a different perspective be it on speed-boats, yachts or more leisurely cruise vessels. Up the coast are Estoril and Cascais, an area often billed as the Portuguese Riviera.
- Up the coast are Estoril and Cascais, an area often billed as the Portuguese Riviera.
- Access: The airport is just 7km from the city center.
- For detailed tourist information, access the official Portugal Tourism Website.
Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon
Located in the heart of the city, Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon has been long considered Lisbon’s premier luxury hotel. This lavish retreat boasts spectacular views of the city’s beautiful historic sites, whilst its central location provides the perfect starting point for exploration. Many of the luxury rooms and suites have private terraces overlooking St. George’s Castle and the Old Town, as well as boasting spacious and sumptuous interiors. Dining comes courtesy of the Veranda – the only restaurant in the city with a view of Eduardo VII Park – the cutting-edge CURA with its creative local cuisine, and O Japonês, an exciting Japanese dining experience. On the roof of the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon, fitness fanatics will love the 400-metre-long outdoor running track and the spectacular views, as well as an impressive outdoor swimming pool (opening July 2021) and additional 700m² of exclusive facilities, including a fully-equipped Pilates room, indoor lap pool and fitness room with state-of-the-art equipment.
Bairro Alto Hotel
Bairro Alto Hotel opened its doors for the first time in 2005, in the building where until 1980 was the Grand Hôtel de L’Europe, a landmark in the national hotel business history. The set of buildings where the Bairro Alto Hotel is located dates back to the XVIII century and it is an area of municipal interest in Lisbon – more precisely between Bairro Alto and Chiado, two of the most emblematic neighborhoods of the city. Bairro Alto Hotel, a renowned member of “The Leading Hotels of the World”, is a pioneer in Portugal in the concept of 5 star boutique hotels. A milestone in the history of this hotel, which represents the best of Lisbon in an experience where charm, bohemia and sophistication guide visitors through the history of a breathtaking and enthralling city.
- THE TIME prepare personalized tours, in the most convenient way for the visitor.
- Available services:
- Private guides
- Always with a permanent and convenient concierge service by THE TIME, for any kind of question, for any kind of suggestion, for any help needed.