Considered one of the best aquariums in Europe, it is a great place to visit if you are travelling with kids. Featuring 4 huge tanks representing the different oceanic regions of the world, each one is teeming with exciting marine life.
An ideal way to explore the city, #28 is one of the classic trams that travels through the narrows streets of the Alfama district. Just look for the signature yellow colour (there is also a historical red version too).
This modern zoo features a large water pool for dolphin and sea lion shows, along with a reptile and snake house, and aviaries you can walk through. There is also a petting farm where kids can interact directly with animals.
Hard to miss this castle – it dominates the city skyline, looking out over the Baixa district. Originally built in the 12th century, the kids will love wandering along ancient ramparts and peering out from ornate towers.
This iconic tower and UNESCO World Heritage Site was built in 1521 to protect Lisbon from seafaring invaders. Today you can climb to the top and take in the views.
With a unique architectural style, hand-painted details on the walls and ceilings, and traditional Portuguese tiles all over, Villa Melina is a stunning palace nearby the Estoril Coast.
The most important part of a vacation is relaxing with friends and family, right? Well, you can’t relax when you need to think about cooking and tending to your temporary home, here you won’t have to worry about any of that. This villa offers full meal preparation included in the price with a dedicated Tailor who will make reservations for you and organize all your activities off the property.
When you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of life, where do you go? Why not enjoy a cabana nestled into the Portuguese countryside within walking distance of the beach? You’ll find everything you could ever dream of right here at Casa Electra. The property accommodates up to eight travelers with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 268 square meters of space.