How many days to stay in Lisbon
How many days to stay in Lisbon, depending on what you want to visit and when you are going to travel. Lisbon is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. Tourism in the city lasts year-round, although it is much more frequent in summer and winter. The city offers activities for all kinds of people, monuments, history, attractions for children and beautiful places.
A good day, but not ideal if you want to know Lisboa to detail 1 day did not arrive, but if you have little time and intend to visit more locations in Portugal. Lisbon is a beautiful city that is worth to be visited to the detail and to the detail. Knowing its historical districts as: Alfama, Bairro Alto, Chiado, Baixa de Lisboa. Without forgetting the visit to Bethlehem with its monuments of sec. XVI with a revival of the epics of the Portuguese Discoveries, with a visit to the Jeronimos Monastery, Torre de Belém and Padrão dos Descobrimentos, without forgetting the Pasteis de Belém.
Two days of getting to know much of the city as said before and even more on the second day we will talk about Sintra, Cascais, and Estoril belonging to the district of Lisbon is a must visit in Portugal beginning the day by the Palace of Queluz still on the way to Sintra, We have many options to visit in Sintra such as: Sintra National Palace, Pena Palace, Quinta da Regaleira, Monserrate Palace Castle of the Moors.
On the third day it will be a “Must” of the Lisbon Region on this day we suggest a more religious day, but with interests for all ages where a visit to Fatima place where you can watch a mass and then we pass in Batalha to visit the beautiful Monastery of Batalha and find out more about its history Nazare can eat a fish grilled a seafood and lucky to see giant waves of more than 30 meters high, Óbidos This beautiful medieval village has an authentic fairy tale on the beautiful walls
On the fourth day we will leave some of the Lisbon Region and we will Evora perfect for those who enjoy a different gastronomy, Evora in the region of Alentejo known for its wines and cheeses, with many interests such as the Chapel of Bones, the Temple of Diana, the Church of St. Francis, the Cathedral of Évora all this in a city considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986.