The most popular area to stay in Lisbon is in the streets around Baixa Chiado and Rossio metro stations in the city centre. These places have the highest concentration of hotels, as well as most of the attractions, restaurants, cafes and shops.
Oriente is the main railway station for long distance trains in Lisbon. There is also a bus station and a metro station (Oriente – red line). With these all combined, Oriente is the busiest station in Lisbon and all Portugal. It is located in the Parque das Nacoes district in [more…]
Oriente bus terminal is part of the Oriente station complex in the north-east of Lisbon, which also contains Oriente train and metro stations and Vasco de Gama shopping centre. It is one of Lisbon’s two main long-distance bus stations (the other is Sete Rios). Oriente Bus Station Location Oriente Station [more…]
Amoreiras is the best known shopping centre in Lisbon and a major centre of the city’s life, with more than 250 stores, numerous restaurants, cinemas and plenty of other services. It is located in Avenida Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, not far from Marques de Pombal Square, the northern end of Avenida [more…]
Colombo is a big shopping centre across the street from Estadio da Luz (Benfica Lisbon football stadium). It is quite far from the city centre in the north-western part of Lisbon, but well-connected via metro (Colegio Militar / Luz station on the blue line). Accommodation options are limited compared to [more…]