Madre de Deus, Alfama and Chiado, are nearby suburbs which are also worth discovering.
To really get a feel for Lisbon, visit one of its many cultural destinations. Join a tour, admire the architecture or simply enjoy the beautiful exhibits at Chiado Museum, the Dr. Anastacio Goncalves Museum and the National Museum of Azulejos. Pay a visit to the Center for Modern Art, to get your fix of art. Culture vultures will find plenty to cheer about at venues such as the National Theatre of D. Maria II and the National Theater of Sao Carlos.
If you love nature and wildlife, head to some of the nearby green spaces. These are great places to breathe deeply and relax. Keen gardeners love to hang out in places like the Edward VII Park. There is a charming atmosphere here as well as well-designed gardens.
While you are here, visit some of the local sights such as the Santa Justa Elevator, Rossio Square and the Marques de Pombal Square. These spots are much-loved by travellers from all the corners of the globe. Admire some of the places of worship such as the Church of Santa Engracia, the Old Church of Our Lady of the Conception and the Church of Sao Roque. Enjoy the atmosphere and gain a deeper understanding of the impotence of faith in Estefania.
To stock up on supplies and buy some souvenirs, set out to visit the Amoreiras Shopping Center, the El Corte Ingles Shopping Center and the Feira da Ladra Flea Market.
See much-loved sporting heroes, the S.L. Benfica, take on their rivals at the iconic SL Benfica Stadium. To look like a local, don’t forget to pack some red and white, the colors of the S.L. Benfica.
Finding somewhere convenient to rest your head around the Estefania area is easy. The Tiara Park Atlantic Lisboa, the Hotel Real Palacio and the Sofitel Lisbon Liberdade are among the best places to find a warm welcome and a good night’s rest.