Lisboa Central Park

Avenida Sidonio Pais No. 4, Lisbon, 1050-214, Portugal

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Lisboa Central Park
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    Great Find


    After searching online for a few hours this hotel kept coming up online with great reviews. My initial feeling was that the facade needed a bit of a makeover but the staff and rooms made up for any ill feeling I may have had in the past. My partner and I booked a room for two people and ended up getting a huge apartment style room for four nights for only 200 Euros. The hotel is downtown and has fast internet and satellite television. No need to search Lisbon as this hotel has it all for a fraction of other places. Great stay.

    Unique Quality: The staff are wonderful and the breakfast is absolutely fantastic. It includes churizo, croissants, juices, water, bread, fresh fruit etc. The breakfast is one of the best I have seen in awhile for this price range. Excellent. Along with the great breakfast and staff, there are two cafes joining the hotel with great drink prices and cheap wine. The cafe is reasonably cheap and a popular spot with locals which is always a great sign :)

    Directions: Downtown near the Parque metro stop. The website below has all the information.

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Forum Posts

lisbon plus fatima in 3 days

by nvestrada

hi. we're planning on a 3 day trip to lisbon to include fatima. could you please plot an itinerary of must see's and must do's including modes of transportation?

Re: lisbon plus fatima in 3 days

by Maurizioago

Well; as far as I know you can go to Fatima from Lisbon as a daytrips. There are direct buses between these places. I think you could spend half a day in Fatima.

Re: lisbon plus fatima in 3 days

by cubsur

FAtima is 90 minutes by bus from Lisbon, so any trip would probably have to be a full day unless you started very early. Buses leave about once every hour from Lsibon's Sete Rios bus station. The journey costs 10 Euros one-way.

For details of bus times and ticket purchase visit

As an alternative there are several tour companies offering day trips to Fatima.
Here a few

Gray Line

Inside Lisbon Tours

Diana Tours

Best Day Tours

Freemaps sightseeing

There is no option to travel by train to Fatima. The station called Fatima is many miles from the town and a taxi would cost rather more than the bus fare for the direct bus.

Re: lisbon plus fatima in 3 days

by cubsur

Sorry about the typing errors - my internet is so slow at this time I cannot see what I am typing on this site!

Re: lisbon plus fatima in 3 days


unless you're planning to overnite in Fatima, you can visit it easily in a day by taking the bus, faster certainly if you'll have your own transport

nearby try not to miss the great abbey of Alcobaca, the magnificent church of Batalha, walled-town Obidos, Tomar...far too many probably in a day after or before Fatima but any two-combo of them would certainly further enrich your trip

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Monument to the Discoveries

by penumbra

This monument was built in 1960 to celebrate the 500th birth anniversary of Henry the Navigator. Its located not far from the Belem Tower at the shore line. One of the figures next to Henry the Navigator on the monument is Christopher Columbus.

getting more information

by J_Antunes

Before arriving in Lisbon go to and get your Follow me Lisboa magazine copy and check what events will be held in town. Besides the events you have information on monuments, museums, restaurants, etc...

You can also see some brochures in

A nice video about the country is posted in


by LysDor

Below Castelo there´s Alfama disctrict which atmosphere was created by the Moors.

During that time it used to be an upper-class residental area but after earthquakes this area has been a place for fishers.

We were here during the daylight as there are not so many interesting restaurants to be courageously explored in the dark evenings on these narrow alleys.

The snacks are not free!

by evilprebil

An oddity is that at every restaurant you will be presented with some appetizers, usually just bread, but alsocheese, olives, meat etc. It's fine if you choose to eat them, but don't expect them to be free, becasue they are not. No matter what establishment you go to, these will be charged to you based on what you eat. The easiest way to avoid any charge (sometimes listed on the bill as 'couvert' or cover charge) is to send them back as soon as they arrive. Though sometimes you may decide you want to eat them (as I did once with some cheese) and the price is usually pretty low.

Free map of Lisbon


Don't forget to pick up a free map of Lisbon at the Tourist Information Office or at the Lisbon Welcome Centre. I got a map which was sponsored by "El Corte Ingles", which is a big department store chain in Spain and Portugal. Besides a detailed city map it includes an overview of the metro network and information about hotels and sights

The Tourist Office is in Praca dos Restauradores in the Palacio de Foz, whereas the Lisbon Welcome Centre can be found at the Praca de Comercio near the waterfront.


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