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    3-Day Itinerary in Lisbon: The Best Spots to Discover

    
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    Iconic monuments, unique spots, and authentic experiences. Keep this 3-day itinerary in Lisbon for a delightful dose of relaxation.

     

    With this itinerary, you will be able to experience the city to the full, from morning to night. Get ready for a special tour through the capital.

     

    Day 1: Explore the historic center

     

    If you have three days to explore Lisbon, start by discovering the city’s historical heritage.

     

    Morning

     

    Torre de Belém: One of Lisbon’s historic icons, the Belém Tower is an architectural treasure, impressive on the outside but equally majestic on the inside. There are 4 rooms to explore, one of which occupies the entire third floor (Audience Room). Climb the spiral staircase to reach a rooftop terrace and enjoy the magnificent view.

     

    Padrão dos Descobrimentos: Right next to it, you’ll find the Padrão dos Descobrimentos, a monument that pays tribute to Portuguese explorers. Enjoy the unique details of the Manueline elements, from the ropes to the weapons carved in stone. Take advantage and upgrade the experience by going to the atrium, where you have a view of the river and the Lisbon skyline that is well worth it.

     

    Afternoon

     

    Lunch in Belém: After immersing yourself in the historical richness, enjoy a good lunch in one of the many restaurants in Belém. Try the bacalhau à Brás or the seafood cataplana. And, of course, try the world-famous pastéis de nata, whose recipe has been treasured for over a century.

     

    Mosteiro dos Jerónimos: After lunch, continue your cultural journey towards the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos. As you pass through the gates, you’ll be greeted by architectural details, maritime patterns, and religious symbols, all testaments to the splendor of the Age of Discoveries. Stroll through the cloister and feel the serenity of this space.

     

    Night

     

    Dinner in Alfama: After a day full of history, the night holds a unique experience for you in Alfama, Lisbon’s oldest and most picturesque neighborhood. Have dinner at a traditional restaurant with an intimate atmosphere. If you’re a fan, enjoy a night of live fado – there are places that aren’t just for tourists and that preserve the neighborhood identity.

     

    Day 2: Get into the vibrant spirit of Lisbon

     

    The first day was dedicated to the city’s great monuments and attractions. Now it’s time to immerse yourself in Lisbon’s cultural vitality.

     

    Morning

     

    National tile museum: On the second day of your adventure in Lisbon, start the morning at the National Tile Museum. It’s not one of the best-known museums in the capital, but this charming place celebrates the unique tradition of small ceramic tiles with decorative designs. Housed in a former convent, the tile collection narrates episodes of Portugal’s history, from Moorish patterns to impressive Baroque compositions. Save some time to relax in the museum’s courtyard and gardens.

     

    National Pantheon: Next, head to the imposing National Pantheon, a structure that houses the tombs of some of the most notable figures in Portuguese history. The dome and luxurious marble are worth a visit, and surround personalities such as Amália Rodrigues, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Eusébio, among others.

     

    Afternoon

     

    Lunch at the LX Factory: Now it’s time for lunch at LX Factory, a vibrant industrial space transformed into a creative hub with contemporary stores, art galleries and restaurants. This village inside the city has everything you need to please your stomach, with a view of the river and a lively atmosphere. At the end of your meal, take the opportunity to explore the stores and galleries. From small boutiques to contemporary art spaces, there’s something for everyone in this creative place.

     

    Tram 28: Yes, it’s a classic, but for good reasons. The famous Tram 28 provides an authentic panoramic tour through various neighborhoods of the city, such as Graça, Alfama, and Baixa. The panoramic views from the windows offer memorable photo opportunities. You can stop at some strategic locations, such as Miradouro da Graça, for a stunning city view, or São Jorge Castle for a quick visit.

     

    Night

     

    Dinner and nightlife in Bairro Alto: It’s in Bairro Alto that everything happens. Here, the night is full of energy and fun. Choose a restaurant to savor typical Portuguese dishes or, if you prefer, go for a light meal in one of the charming cafés in the area. After dinner, walk through the narrow streets and explore the infinite number of bars, pubs and fado houses. Venture into this unique atmosphere that makes Bairro Alto so special.

     

    Day 3: Enjoy the symbiosis between the city and nature

     

    Reserve the third day to explore modernity and nature, right in the heart of the capital.

     

    Morning

     

    Parque das Nações: Start your third day in Parque das Nações and get to know one of Lisbon’s most modern and vibrant areas. Stroll through the gardens, discover contemporary sculptures, and soak in the tranquility of this urban oasis. Continue your walk and visit the Lisbon Oceanarium, considered one of the largest saltwater aquariums in the world. If you can, take some time to relax by the impressive Luminous Fountain.

     

    Telecabine: If heights are not an issue, experience the telecabine and enjoy a panoramic view of Parque das Nações, including the Lisbon Oceanarium, the Portugal Pavilion, and the Vasco da Gama Bridge.

     

    Afternoon

     

    Lunch at the Mercado da Ribeira (Time Out Market): It’s time to recharge your batteries at one of the city’s most emblematic markets. A gastronomic paradise full of life and tempting aromas, it brings some of Lisbon’s best culinary options for all tastes. You can choose from fresh seafood, local snacks, sushi, gourmet burgers and much more. Take a seat, watch the chefs prepare the dishes and savor your lunch while enjoying the entertainment.

     

    Chiado: With renewed energy, we suggest a stroll through Chiado, more precisely through the old and modern bookstores. Visit Livraria Bertrand, considered the oldest continuously operating bookstore in the world, and Ler Devagar, a contemporary bookstore with an artistic atmosphere. Take the opportunity to ride the Santa Justa Elevator and, of course, enjoy a coffee at the historic A Brasileira, one of the oldest cafés in Lisbon, frequented by intellectuals and artists.

     

    Night

     

    Dinner at the Docks: Next, head to the Docks, an area filled with restaurants and bars located along the river. Choose a restaurant, enjoy the river view and the reflection of the lights on the water while savoring a delicious meal. As the night progresses, this area comes to life, creating a perfect setting for a stroll that will make your last night in Lisbon truly special.

     

    Mandriola, making your 3-day itinerary in Lisbon tastier

     

    At the end of this 3-day itinerary in Lisbon, it’s impossible not to feel the magic that this city provides. Don’t forget to reserve some moments to toast and savor the experience with Mandriola wine. Whether it’s admiring the sunset at Miradouro da Graça or toasting in Alfama, Mandriola is the best partner for celebrating unforgettable moments.

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    Iconic monuments, unique spots, and authentic experiences. Keep this 3-day itinerary in Lisbon for a delightful dose of relaxation.

     

    With this itinerary, you will be able to experience the city to the full, from morning to night. Get ready for a special tour through the capital.

     

    Day 1: Explore the historic center

     

    If you have three days to explore Lisbon, start by discovering the city’s historical heritage.

     

    Morning

     

    Torre de Belém: One of Lisbon’s historic icons, the Belém Tower is an architectural treasure, impressive on the outside but equally majestic on the inside. There are 4 rooms to explore, one of which occupies the entire third floor (Audience Room). Climb the spiral staircase to reach a rooftop terrace and enjoy the magnificent view.

     

    Padrão dos Descobrimentos: Right next to it, you’ll find the Padrão dos Descobrimentos, a monument that pays tribute to Portuguese explorers. Enjoy the unique details of the Manueline elements, from the ropes to the weapons carved in stone. Take advantage and upgrade the experience by going to the atrium, where you have a view of the river and the Lisbon skyline that is well worth it.

     

    Afternoon

     

    Lunch in Belém: After immersing yourself in the historical richness, enjoy a good lunch in one of the many restaurants in Belém. Try the bacalhau à Brás or the seafood cataplana. And, of course, try the world-famous pastéis de nata, whose recipe has been treasured for over a century.

     

    Mosteiro dos Jerónimos: After lunch, continue your cultural journey towards the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos. As you pass through the gates, you’ll be greeted by architectural details, maritime patterns, and religious symbols, all testaments to the splendor of the Age of Discoveries. Stroll through the cloister and feel the serenity of this space.

     

    Night

     

    Dinner in Alfama: After a day full of history, the night holds a unique experience for you in Alfama, Lisbon’s oldest and most picturesque neighborhood. Have dinner at a traditional restaurant with an intimate atmosphere. If you’re a fan, enjoy a night of live fado – there are places that aren’t just for tourists and that preserve the neighborhood identity.

     

    Day 2: Get into the vibrant spirit of Lisbon

     

    The first day was dedicated to the city’s great monuments and attractions. Now it’s time to immerse yourself in Lisbon’s cultural vitality.

     

    Morning

     

    National tile museum: On the second day of your adventure in Lisbon, start the morning at the National Tile Museum. It’s not one of the best-known museums in the capital, but this charming place celebrates the unique tradition of small ceramic tiles with decorative designs. Housed in a former convent, the tile collection narrates episodes of Portugal’s history, from Moorish patterns to impressive Baroque compositions. Save some time to relax in the museum’s courtyard and gardens.

     

    National Pantheon: Next, head to the imposing National Pantheon, a structure that houses the tombs of some of the most notable figures in Portuguese history. The dome and luxurious marble are worth a visit, and surround personalities such as Amália Rodrigues, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Eusébio, among others.

     

    Afternoon

     

    Lunch at the LX Factory: Now it’s time for lunch at LX Factory, a vibrant industrial space transformed into a creative hub with contemporary stores, art galleries and restaurants. This village inside the city has everything you need to please your stomach, with a view of the river and a lively atmosphere. At the end of your meal, take the opportunity to explore the stores and galleries. From small boutiques to contemporary art spaces, there’s something for everyone in this creative place.

     

    Tram 28: Yes, it’s a classic, but for good reasons. The famous Tram 28 provides an authentic panoramic tour through various neighborhoods of the city, such as Graça, Alfama, and Baixa. The panoramic views from the windows offer memorable photo opportunities. You can stop at some strategic locations, such as Miradouro da Graça, for a stunning city view, or São Jorge Castle for a quick visit.

     

    Night

     

    Dinner and nightlife in Bairro Alto: It’s in Bairro Alto that everything happens. Here, the night is full of energy and fun. Choose a restaurant to savor typical Portuguese dishes or, if you prefer, go for a light meal in one of the charming cafés in the area. After dinner, walk through the narrow streets and explore the infinite number of bars, pubs and fado houses. Venture into this unique atmosphere that makes Bairro Alto so special.

     

    Day 3: Enjoy the symbiosis between the city and nature

     

    Reserve the third day to explore modernity and nature, right in the heart of the capital.

     

    Morning

     

    Parque das Nações: Start your third day in Parque das Nações and get to know one of Lisbon’s most modern and vibrant areas. Stroll through the gardens, discover contemporary sculptures, and soak in the tranquility of this urban oasis. Continue your walk and visit the Lisbon Oceanarium, considered one of the largest saltwater aquariums in the world. If you can, take some time to relax by the impressive Luminous Fountain.

     

    Telecabine: If heights are not an issue, experience the telecabine and enjoy a panoramic view of Parque das Nações, including the Lisbon Oceanarium, the Portugal Pavilion, and the Vasco da Gama Bridge.

     

    Afternoon

     

    Lunch at the Mercado da Ribeira (Time Out Market): It’s time to recharge your batteries at one of the city’s most emblematic markets. A gastronomic paradise full of life and tempting aromas, it brings some of Lisbon’s best culinary options for all tastes. You can choose from fresh seafood, local snacks, sushi, gourmet burgers and much more. Take a seat, watch the chefs prepare the dishes and savor your lunch while enjoying the entertainment.

     

    Chiado: With renewed energy, we suggest a stroll through Chiado, more precisely through the old and modern bookstores. Visit Livraria Bertrand, considered the oldest continuously operating bookstore in the world, and Ler Devagar, a contemporary bookstore with an artistic atmosphere. Take the opportunity to ride the Santa Justa Elevator and, of course, enjoy a coffee at the historic A Brasileira, one of the oldest cafés in Lisbon, frequented by intellectuals and artists.

     

    Night

     

    Dinner at the Docks: Next, head to the Docks, an area filled with restaurants and bars located along the river. Choose a restaurant, enjoy the river view and the reflection of the lights on the water while savoring a delicious meal. As the night progresses, this area comes to life, creating a perfect setting for a stroll that will make your last night in Lisbon truly special.

     

    Mandriola, making your 3-day itinerary in Lisbon tastier

     

    At the end of this 3-day itinerary in Lisbon, it’s impossible not to feel the magic that this city provides. Don’t forget to reserve some moments to toast and savor the experience with Mandriola wine. Whether it’s admiring the sunset at Miradouro da Graça or toasting in Alfama, Mandriola is the best partner for celebrating unforgettable moments.

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