Land in a location of beloved beaches and impressive views across the landscape. Whether you’re soaking up Lisbon’s history on tours of the capital or reclining in the sunshine by the pool, you'll enjoy this welcome escape from the norm. Book a luxury holiday to Lisbon and experience a vibrant blend of traditional and contemporary Portuguese vibes.

Lisbon, Portugal's capital city is the perfect combination of cobbled alleyways, ancient ruins, and traditional cathedrals. With a distinctively Portuguese culture, this is the ideal place to sample local cuisines, meet locals, and base yourself for access to some outstanding day trips.

With sunny skies forecasted for most of the year and nearby stunning coastlines, Lisbon is the ideal destination for beach holidays. Stretch out on the beaches of Cascais and Estoril in the summer sun, located only 20-minutes drive from central Lisbon. Here, you’ll find that the Atlantic Ocean provides a cool, refreshing contrast to the warm weather.

Back in the capital, you'll find the ancient appeal of wooden trams and iron funiculars that are still used today. They’ll save you from hiking up Lisbon’s trademark hills in hot weather. Lisbon has seven trademark hills that spread across the cityscape, demanding your attention from every angle of the city. Including a group of terraces known as miradouros or viewpoints, a visit here gives you a captivating view over Lisbon and beyond. Sit down to a delicious meal here with the most breathtaking views, and sample fine wines while looking out to the horizon.

When To Visit

One of the best times to visit Lisbon is from June to August as July to August have perfect beach holiday weather. The Lisbon Sardine Festival takes place during the first two weeks of June, with street parties across Portugal.

During spring, Lisbon is quite green and has an ideal climate for exploring The Seven Hills on foot. Winter may be colder, but with temperatures between 9° to 15° in December, it remains pleasant enough to spend your days outside enjoying a quieter pace of life.

Food & Drink

Lisbon's location on the Atlantic ocean means that there’s plenty of fresh locally sourced seafood including tuna, octopus, monkfish, sardines, shrimp, and clams. You'll find plenty of Michelin-starred restaurants for an exclusive fine-dining experience as well as bountiful gourmet-food markets selling top-grade produce.

Sample premium Alentejana beef and international flavours including Indian and Moroccan cuisines. Whether dining by the ocean or overlooking the entire region from The Seven Hills of Lisbon, you're sure to enjoy a unique culinary experience when visiting Portugal's capital.

Passport & Visas

British nationals don’t need a visa to visit Lisbon, Portugal. Find more advice at GOV.UK with information on passports, visas and travel.