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Av Almirante Reis 68, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-020, Portugal
Hotel Almirante
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Lisbon - Help for accommodation

by ant1606

Dear VTers,
we're planning a motorcycle trip throughout Portugal and looking for accommodation in Lisbon for some 4 or 5 consecutive nights.
Other than choosing from a wide selection of hotels, I'd greatly appreciate to receive suggestions preferably for centrally located Bed & Breakfasts having a secure parking place for our motorcycle.
Can you recommend any? Thank you all in advance!


RE: Lisbon - Help for accommodation

by SoulFisher

Hotels with more stars have usually a parking lot (Hotel Almirante, Sheraton, Meridian, Mercure, Metropolitan). I think Ibis has one as well.
Otherwise, u can leave the bike in undergroud parking lots in inner Lisbon, if you want to stay in cheaper pensions.
There is one in Martim Moniz (bad area with junkies, awful hookers, people dealing with stolen mobiles, and very interesting African, Chinese and Indian shops and restaurants).
There are others in Restauradores, in Largo de Camões (Metro: Baixa-Chiado), in Alameda, etc.

RE: RE: Lisbon - Help for accommodation

by ant1606

thank you for hints.
Do you know of any website showing the available underground parkings in the city center? Thanks.


RE: RE: Lisbon - Help for accommodation

by SoulFisher
Allas it is only in Portuguese, so click on "Parques de Estacionamento", then "Mapa"

U'll see the metro network as green with the parking signs. Note that not all of them are underground. However, the ones I told you before are indeed, and their names are the same as the metro stations names. Easy to find.

RE: RE: Lisbon - Help for accommodation

by ant1606

Muito obrigado Joao!

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Cervejaria Brewery

by Martin_S.

Okay, this might not be the FIRST place I would take someone to in Lisbon, but for sure I would take them if the like a good meal or even better BEER.
This one time monastary, or was it convent??, is being put to better use these days, it is a micro-brewery making several beers for its taps.
Antonio of VT fame took the VT meet there for lunch and drinks and from what I could gather most everyone enjoyed thoroughly.
They are located in the Baxia District of Lisbon, not too far from the Elevador de Santa Justa.

Vasco da Gama Tower

by Sarita76

The tower was built for the EXPO '98 and is located at the northern entrance of the Parque das Naçoes. An elevator gives you the chance to see the area from the top. If you're hungry, you can have lunch in the revolving restaurant inside the tower.


by LysDor

Torre Vasco da Gama and Bridge.

Vasco da Gama is the largest bridge in Europe with a length of 17.2 km (10 miles), 10 km of which are over the Tagus river. It was inaugurated on the 4th of April 1998. Located right next to the Nations Park (former site of the Expo 98) it got its name on the same year of the 5th centenary of the arrival of Vasco da Gama to India

A trademark of Lisbon

by acemj

No visit to Lisbon would be complete without a ride on one of these famous yellow trams. If you're simply interested in riding for the sake of a ride, try the #28 which will give you a great, cheap tour of the city.

The trams are a part of the charm of the city and give it a somewhat old-fashioned feel. As you walk around, you're sure to hear the scraping sounds of the tram as it approaches. Traveling is about all of the senses and the sights and sounds that a tram offers up will be remembered long after you leave Lisbon.

A day in Belém

by toonsarah

The suburb of Belém merits at least a day of your time in Lisbon. A popular destination for visitors and locals as well, it is home to a number of museums and at least three iconic sights: the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, the Belém Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries. The first two in particular are wonders of Manueline architecture and not to be missed. You need to allow several hours to properly see the monastery alone, so if your time in Belém is limited make these your first priority.

With a little more time you can take the lift to the top of the Monument to the Discoveries for a panoramic view, and if you can afford a whole day you should also consider taking in one of Belém’s many museums. These include a highly-regarded Coach Museum, the Museu Nacional de Arte Popular (showcasing folk art from the various regions of the country), a Cultural and a Design Museum, as well as two museums within the monastery itself, the National Archaeological Museum and the Maritime Museum.

There are attractive gardens in front of the monastery, the Praça do Império, with a large fountain and column commemorating Alfonso Alberquerque, while just a little off the beaten path a pleasant stroll can be had in the tropical gardens, also known as the Jardim do Ultramar.

There are plenty of places to refuel too, most notably the historic Casa Pastéis de Belém where the traditional Pastéis de Belém are still baked to their original recipe. Only here can they be given this name – elsewhere you will see them as Pastéis de Nata.

My separate page describes the sights of Belém in rather more detail.

Directions Take the train from Cais do Sodre or tram 15 from the Praça da Figueira Square or Praça do Comércio


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Address: Av Almirante Reis 68, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-020, Portugal