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Discover Lisbon

Ultimately Lisbon has got into the top destinations of budget-conscious travelers, not only because of the abundance of cheap hotels but the benign climate, the panoramic view, and the beautiful playas not far from the city.

There are so many places of interest here that it would take a lifetime to enumerate all of them, so let’s gather the least known but equally exciting ones: the Fronteira Palace northwest of the city is one of the most beautiful residences in Lisbon, but even more famous for the enthralling gardens, the blue-white tiles, and its statuaries and fountains. You can take part in guided tours around the rooms and gardens, and then get back to the centre and your cheap hotel in only 16 minutes, or spend the rest of the day in the nearby Parque Florestal de Monsanto.

The Tropical Garden (sometimes called "Jardim do Ultramar") has an exceptional tropical and subtropical tree and plant collection, and because most of them are labeled, a visit here can also be a cultural experience.

Another landmark of Lisbon is the neoclassical Basilica Estrela, with a huge rococo dome and a façade and twin bell towers. You can go up to the dome for fantastic city views. Right across the street there is a nice park called Jardim da Estrela.

For other beautiful views, you should mount to the Graça Church (built in 1271 hereby the oldest building of Lisbon, with a Baroque interior and 17th century tiles). Miradouro da Graça is a perfect viewpoint, which offers a panoramic view of central Lisbon.

To visit more farther places, you can also rent a car – for the best offers look around here on, where you’ll also find the best price cheap hotels and low cost flights as well.

Some things to take care of when planning your trip

To have a holiday without setbacks, it helps a lot to take into consideration what simple measurements can be done that would save you many bad shots.
First of all, always check your documents that will be requested at the entrance of your destination country, consult the competent government agency, and even if you do not leave the country, keep in mind that it is obligatory to carry along your identification papers. Moreover, many accommodations request documents at registration. You may also want to rent a car, so you'll have to take your driver's license with you (get informed about the international driving license, too). Do not forget your travel insurance, your health insurance card (we strongly recommend you to take your health card). There are some countries where a visa is required to be allowed to enter the country at all. But do not worry, in most countries you can enter and stay without visas or special permits for some months (usually 90 days).
A good tactic is to photocopy important documents you might need, so in case they get lost or stolen, it will be really useful. Furthermore, it is also a good idea to carry along two extra passport photos.

Thanks to the Schengen agreement, one can freely cross the borders of ‘Schengen countries’, so EU travellers travelling within this area won’t be asked to identify themselves. Even so, you should always carry along identity documents, because police might ask for identity checks, any time. The following countries form part of the Schengen Agreement:
Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Iceland (non-EU), Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway (non-EU), Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland (non-EU).
EU countries that do not belong to this agreement are: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Ireland, UK and Romania. Citizens outside the EU will need to apply for visas and documents to enter the Schengen area. The maximum length of stay for travellers is 3 months.
Bear in mind that some documents and visas are not that easy to get, one has to wait for them. Therefore it is recommended that you plan the travel and learn about these documents well in advance.

In addition to paperwork, when travelling within or outside the borders of the EU or the Schengen area, don’t forget to be informed of the required or recommended vaccinations in certain countries. If you know exactly the health care situation of the country which you plan to travel to, you can avoid many unpleasant surprises.
Again, please note that some vaccines require more than one dose, sometimes with large temporary spaces between them, so it is advisable to act well in advance. Be cautious with consuming food, especially fruits, and for your security, drink bottled water only.
Also, the maximum weight of your luggage is usually around 20 kilos –depending on the airline-, so it might be a good idea to make a list of most necessary things before packing your suitcase. Your passport (and anything fragile) is best to be guarded in your hand luggage that you bring along into the cabin.
Note that you can’t have scissors (or any kind of cutting or stabbing tools) with you, nor liquids of any kind (water, tee, juices and all types of cosmetics), or at least only a small amount.

Unfortunately, sometimes it happens that your luggage gets lost. In this case it might be helpful to have some clothes with you in your hand bag, until your luggage is found.

Further information:

  • Foreign and Commonwealth office
  • European Health Insurance card
  • Healthcare abroad
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