Lisbon in 3 days
Lisbon in 3 days
There are many reasons to visit the Portuguese capital! Discover Lisbon in 3 days.

The capital of Portugal has its own light and some even call it Luzboa. But Lisbon is much more than the sun and the Tagus River. It is a meeting of cultures and Portuguese tradition, which makes us fall in love with the city as many times as necessary. Come and discover Lisbon in 3 days.

With a bubbling tech and creative hub, Lisbon is ideal for a getaway at any time of the year. Its nightlife, full of fantastic nightclubs and restaurants for all tastes, offers entertainment and leisure at affordable prices, with a diversified national and international gastronomic offer. Lisbon is a city with gastronomy and history, which deserves to be visited carefully.

What to visit in Lisbon in 3 days

Start in Pombalina centre, where you will see the restored buildings, the typical Portuguese sidewalks and the town hall itself. Venture through the alleys and discover delicious spaces such as the Alentejo’s House or the Dona Maria II National Theatre, located in Rossio Square. Always on foot, go up to the typical neighbourhood of Alfama, where you can find hidden viewpoints, with magnificent views of the city and the south bank of the Tagus. Take in views of the city from São Jorge Castle and venture to Graça Viewpoint and the streets of Mouraria Neighbourhood..

After the lunch break, return to the centre and have a typical Portuguese coffee in A Brasileira, a historical space where you will also find the statue of the writer Fernando Pessoa. Continue on foot through the centre and stop at points such as Santa Justa Cable car or the Arco da Rua Augusta, just before reaching the imposing Praça do Comércio.

Don't forget to venture out shopping at Armazéns do Chiado, or on the busy Freedom Avenue, where you will find some luxury stores. If you are a culture love, the Cinema São Jorge is also here, with some more alternative programming.

Enjoy the sun in Belém, contemplating the Tagus River and eating a typical Pastel de Belém. If you are a fan of museology, you have several historical options in this area, such as the Jerónimos Monastery, the Belém Tower, the Monument to the Discoveries, the Belém Cultural Center, the Ajuda National Palace or the Naval Museum.

In the evening, stroll along the riverbank through the Nations Park, which is also home to the Lisbon Oceanarium, the beautiful Gare do Wesr, and of course, the majestic Lisbon Casino.

Where to stay in Lisbon in 3 days

The privileged location of the Dream Chiado apartments is ideal for all your adventures in Lisbon, even to enjoy the nightlife of Alto Neighbourhood. Located in the city centre, Dream Chiado Apartments have easy access to transportation to all areas of the city, including the metro and bus.

The 19 Dream Chiado apartments are fully equipped, including kitchen, TV, free Wi-Fi, amenities and safe. Discover Lisbon in 3 days through your own eyes and find out why everyone falls in love with the city. Make your reservation on our website at the best price!