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This area of Lisboa Region has a population of around 500,000 people.
After you've made it this far, a visit to Castle of Sao Jorge is almost mandatory. This renowned attraction is bound to impress.
If you're here with children, you're going to want to stop by some of the area's much-loved family-friendly attractions. Everyone will have a great time at the Ascensor da Gloria, Parque Aventura Sniper and Clube de Golfe do Pateo Bagatella.
Grab the little ones and spend some quality time exploring the incredible underwater worlds at Lisbon Oceanarium and Vasco da Gama Aquarium.
You and the kids will have a blast investigating the native and exotic animals at the Lisbon Zoo. If you don't have much time, be sure to collect a map so you can quickly find the park favorites.
At the Quinta de Pancas, wine lovers can tour the vineyards and barrel rooms, before savoring a glass or two of the finished product.
Want to take on the blackjack dealer? Head over to the Estoril Casino and the Lisbon Casino.
Enjoy the eclectic mix of plants on display when you take a trip to the Botanical Garden and the Estufa Fria. The Estufas and the Jardim Botânico Tropical are two more wonderful places to wander around.
When it's time for a break, grab some lunch and find a shady nook at one of the pleasant urban parks, such as Edward VII Park or Garcia de Orta Garden. Gandarinha Municipal Park and Jardim Municipal Constantino Palha are two more nice places to while away the day and finally read that neglected book of yours.
If you would like to have a break from your daily routine, take a trip out to Guincho Beach or Cascais Beach. Stroll along the coastline, watch the seabirds soar overhead or just lay back and relax by the water's edge. Costa da Caparica Beach and Tamariz Beach are also popular.
Switch off your phone and take a break from the noises of the modern world at Cape Roca and Cabo Espichel. Floresta de Monsanto Park and Boca do Inferno are also highly recommended by nature enthusiasts.
Schedule a visit to some of the popular exhibition spaces nearby. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the different displays at the Museum of Design and the National Coach Museum. Another two to look at are the National Museum of Costume and Fashion and the National Museum of Azulejos.
Step aboard for a voyage through this region's nautical history at the Maritime Museum. Salt-encrusted adventures don't have to stop there. More exciting tales and remains of obsolete vessels await at the Museum of the Sea and the Museu de Marinha.
The world of science is constantly changing. Learn about recent advances in scientific innovation at the Knowledge Pavilion and Calouste Gulbekian Planetarium. The Pavilhao do Conhecimento- Ciencia Viva and the TagusPark are also good options to pay a visit to.
From the moment you arrive, it's plain to see that the collections of the National Museum of Natural History and the National Archaelogical Museum are the product of an obsession. Gazing back from behind the protective glass, these striking specimens will excite your curiosity. You might also like to explore the Aldeia Tipica and the National Museum of Ethnology.
Deepen your knowledge of the artistic process, and perhaps even get something for the lounge room at one of the many gallery and exhibition spaces. Soak up the creative atmosphere at the Gulbenkian Museum and the Berardo Collection. The Chiado Museum and the National Museum of Ancient Art are also well worth a look if you can squeeze them in.
History comes to life at the Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro Museum and the Cidade Museum thanks to their wide array of illuminating exhibits. Do you like the sound of those? Continue your journey at the Museo Sao Roque and the Igreja do Carmo.
Learn more about this area's past with a trip to Quinta da Regaleira or Belem Tower, just a couple of the historic buildings and sites here. More stories from the days of old are waiting for you at Parliament and the Instituto Superior Tecnico.
Discover the area's military past by touring Cascais Fortress and Oitavos Fort.
Some of the area's most influential people have called Pena Palace and Queluz National Palace "home" over the years. Be sure to take some photos as you take in their striking architecture and plush interiors. You may also like to wander through the well-maintained gardens and hear some stories at Sintra National Palace and Monserrate Palace.
You probably won't see any members of the royal family, but you may find a dungeon or two at Moorish Castle or Sesimbra Castle. Torre Vedras Castle and Alenquer Castle are two more formidable historical monuments.
Whether you think of yourself as spiritual or not, you're sure to have a nice time at Lisbon Cathedral and Jeronimos Monastery. You could also take a walk around Cristo Rei or National Pantheon.
This region's most acclaimed sights can overshadow its less touristy, but equally rewarding activities. Vasco da Gama Bridge and the Pedra do Sal Environmental Interpretation Center are some good options. If you have the time, also check out Cascais Marina or the National Library.
Accommodation in Lisbon
As the capital , Lisbon has a wealth of resorts, hotels and the accommodation options with some 535 Lisbon hotels that visitors can book through Expedia's extensive lodging deals page.
If you feel like splashing out for a special occasion, be sure to check out the amenities at the Bairro Alto Hotel, at Praca Luis De Camoes 2, and the Olissippo Lapa Palace, at Rua do Pau da Bandeira, 4. In the same higher-end price category, why not have a look at the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon and the Farol Hotel. The Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon is located at Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 88, while the Farol Hotel is found at Av. Rei Humberto II de Italia 7.
If you and your traveling companions are here on a stopover and only have limited time to take in Lisbon's must-see attractions, you might find it easier to stay at the Bairro Alto Hotel or the Olissippo Lapa Palace, which are both only a short distance away from Castle of Sao Jorge.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Belavista Golf Course and 2.3 mi (3.6 km) from Lisbon Oceanarium. Vasco da Gama Shopping Centre and Bela Vista Park are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Lisbon Old Town, this luxury hotel is steps from Figueira Square, Rossio Square, and Santa Justa Elevator. Castle of Sao Jorge and Lisbon Cathedral are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Coracao de Jesus, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Marques de Pombal Square and Rossio Square. Castle of Sao Jorge and Santa Justa Elevator are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Lisbon Old Town, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Santa Justa Elevator and Rossio Square. Castle of Sao Jorge and Lisbon Cathedral are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Campo Grande, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Jose Alvalade Stadium and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Gulbenkian Museum. National Library and University of Lisbon are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Lisbon Old Town, this luxury apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Santo Antonio Church, Lisbon Cathedral, and Santa Justa Elevator. Castle of Sao Jorge and Rossio Square are also within 15 minutes.
This family-friendly Lisbon hotel is located in the business district, within 1 mi (2 km) of El Corte Ingles Mall and Gulbenkian Museum. Rossio Square and Santa Justa Elevator are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Vasco da Gama Shopping Centre, Lisbon Casino, and Atlantic Pavilion. Lisbon International Exhibition Fair and Lisbon Oceanarium are also within 3 mi (5 km).