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Best things to do in Lisbon

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“The Lisbon Oceanarium is located in the Parque das Nações, which was the exhibition grounds for the Expo '98. It is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe. Their Mission: To encourage people to learn more about the oceans and make all citizens aware of their duty to conserve their natural heritage, by changing their behaviour.”
161 locals recommend
“Parque das Naçoes ( 7,6 km from Vila Queiros). Getting There Metro: Red Line to Oriente. Bus: Lines 5, 25, 28, 44, 708, 750, 759, 782 or 794 to Oriente Parque das Nações Attractions Oceanarium - An odyssey of sea creatures in a state-of-the-art building. *Vasco da Gama Bridge - One of the world's longest bridges. *Oriente Station - A stunning modern station. *Pleasant gardens and lawns to sit and admire the magnificence of the bridge and the river. *Portugal Pavillion - A gravity-defying structure. *Atlantic Pavillion - A UFO-like arena. *Lisbon Casino - A modern, stylish casino. *Interactive Science Museum - Scientific exhibits with cutting-edge technology. *Vasco da Gama Tower - The city's tallest building with a panoramic viewing platform.”
93 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“One of the biggest shopping malls 🛒in Lisbon. You can go there taking the 728 bus (17mins) or by car (10mins).”
51 locals recommend
“This Casino is located at Parque das Nações (Park of the Nations) in the city of Lisbon, its a modern stile casino with lots of slot machines (700+) and some gaming tables (22). It also has some bars, restaurants and a theather.”
26 locals recommend
“One of the most modern arenas in Portugal, built for the Expo 98 World Fair.”
21 locals recommend
Bus Station
“The Lisbon Oceanarium (Oceanário de Lisboa) is the second largest aquarium in Europe, after L'Oceanogràfic in Valencia. It contains more than 15,000 creatures from over 450 different species.”
34 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Wonderful aquarium - one of the best of the word. Lovely program for a rainy day with your little ones.”
17 locals recommend
Science Museum
“The Pavilion of Knowledge – Ciência Viva Centre is a scientific and technological space and aims to be a centre of interest, a pole of attraction and a qualified partner for the promotion of Science and Technology Education in the Portuguese society”
20 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“8min Cable car ride from Oceanario (Parque das Nacoes) north-east of city. Panoramic views over River. Adult = €5.90 return Child = 3.35 return.”
10 locals recommend
Convention Center
“International Lisbon Fair. Exhibitions and other Events promoted by third parties, trade and organisation of Fairs with regional, national and international scope. Oriente subway station.”
13 locals recommend
“Nearest airport and pickup point for car hire and railway connections to Tomar”
49 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
“Traditional restaurant, with good food! Better book ahead for lunch time during weekends”
16 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Bacalhau (salted cod fish) is the most popular base commodity in Portuguese cooking. Traditionally there are more than 365 different dishes, one for each day of the year, and the country has a love affair with the pungent smelling fish. The mix of bacalhau, in D'Bacalhau restaurant, is an excellent option if you want to try codfish ( in Portuguese: Bacalhau).”
8 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
4 locals recommend
5 locals recommend
1 local recommends