Discover Lisbon

Our hotels are the perfect base for exploring all that Lisbon has to offer. Here, history meets modernity, and there is something new to discover around every corner.

Explore the winding streets of Lisbon's historic centre

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São Jorge Castle

São Jorge Castle, Lisbon’s imposing landmark, rises majestically above the city, offering breathtaking views over picturesque neighbourhoods and the River Tagus. A testament to the Moors, the castle and its ancient walls allow visitors to step back in time and experience Portugal’s rich heritage.

Baixa-Chiado District

In the centre of Lisbon, Baixa-Chiado seamlessly combines classical architectural design with the modern world. The cobbled streets, enhanced by traditional Portugese tiles, are home to shops, cafés and theatres, all watched over by the iconic statue of the poet Fernando Pessoa. It is a culturally rich area where past and present blend harmoniously.

Lisbon - Dom Carlos Hotéis
Lisbon - Dom Carlos Hotéis

The No. 28 Tram (Elétrico 28)

The No. 28 Tram is not just a means of transport, it is a journey through time. One of the city’s oldest and most iconic means of transport, the No. 28 Tram runs through the narrow, steep streets of Lisbon’s historic neighbourhoods, revealing the essence and soul of the city around every corner. It’s an experience not to be missed!

Santa Justa Lift

Connecting the Baixa and Bairro Alto neighbourhoods, this impressive 19th-century Gothic building offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city and a unique view of its urban landscape.

Lisbon - Dom Carlos Hotéis

Explore the winding streets of Lisbon's historic centre

Lisbon - Dom Carlos Hotéis

Cinema São Jorge

Cinema São Jorge is a cultural icon in the city of Lisbon. Located in the heart of Avenida da Liberdade, it offers a variety of films, festivals and events. Its vintage atmosphere and role in promoting cinematography make Cinema São Jorge a must-see destination for lovers of cinema and culture in Lisbon.

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Coliseu dos Recreios

Located in the heart of the city, this is one of Lisbon’s most important and historic concert halls. Backdropped by imposing architecture, the Coliseu hosts major concerts and theatrical events and is a must-see for anyone looking for quality entertainment in Lisbon.

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Queen Maria II National Theatre

The Queen Maria II National Theatre in Lisbon is one of the most important jewels of Portuguese culture. With a history stretching back almost two centuries, the theatre hosts exceptional classical and contemporary theatre plays. Its impressive architecture and central role in the Portuguese theatre make it a must-see for art and culture in the heart of Lisbon.

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The MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology) in Lisbon is an artistic landmark in the city. With a modern and innovative design on the banks of the River Tagus, its exhibitions explore the merging of art, architecture and technology, enriching Lisbon’s cultural offering and providing an inspiring experience for art and culture lovers.

Local cuisine

JNcQUOI Avenida

International cuisine
Avenida da Liberdade 182-184, Lisbon, Portugal
Average Price: €55

Silk Club Lisboa

International, Mediterranean and sushi cuisine
Rua da Misericórdia 14, Espaço Chiado, Lisbon 1200-273 Portugal
+351 913 009 193

Solar dos Presuntos

Mediterranean, European and seafood cuisine
Rua das Portas de Santo Antao 150, Lisbon 1150-269 Portugal
+351 213 424 253

O Velho Eurico

Portuguese cuisine
Largo de São Cristóvão 3, Lisbon 1100-513 Portugal
+351 218 861 815

LOCAL Avenida — Your Healthy Kitchen

Portuguese, European and vegetarian cuisine
Rua Rodrigues Sampaio 134, Lisbon 1150-282 Portugal
+351 215 836 800

Embrace the contagious energy of the locals

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Rua Rosa

Rua Cor de Rosa is one of the most bustling streets in Lisbon. Officially known as Rua Nova do Carvalho, it is located in the Cais do Sodré neighborhood and is for pedestrians only. The nickname “Rua Cor de Rosa” (“Pink Street”) emerged during an urban intervention project in 2011. The painted pavement of Pink Street, which once had a negative connotation in Lisbon, now stands out as a visible symbol of the desire to revitalise and transform the area. Today, it is one of Lisbon’s most popular nightspots, housing many of the city’s most famous bars.

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Fado in Chiado

A live fado performance and a unique and authentic musical revelation. Male and female voices are accompanied by the distinctive sounds of the Portuguese and classical guitar. As you immerse youself in the sounds and essence of Lisbon in the unique atmosphere of the historic Chiado neighbourhood, this 50-minute show will make you feel at one with the city.

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Shopping on Avenida da Liberdade

The magic of Portugal’s most fashionable street is revealed through magnificent shop window displays flaunting elegant clothing, sophisticated footwear, jewellry and luxury watches. Avenida da Liberdade, which connects Praça dos Restauradores to Praça do Marquês de Pombal, is one of the city’s main thoroughfares. It’s a must-see for visitors who enjoy browsing high-end fashion boutiques. Renowned international brands such as Louis Vuitton, Prada, Gucci, Saint Laurent, MiuMiu and Burberry line the avenue. Even if you’re not here to shop, it’s worth a visit to see the historic buildings that give this remarkable avenue, once known as Passeio Público, its character.