NH Liberdade

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avda da Liberdade 180-B, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250-146, Portugal
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  • Solo78
  • Business83

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Long weekend in October or November

by mybruce0520

Dear VTs

We are planning to tour around Lisbon in October or November. When is the best time to go there on for a long weekend (Satarday to Monday) in October or November?

Thank you very much

Re: Long weekend in October or November

by cubsur

The earlier in the year you go, the better the weather of course. There's one weekend I would avoid. Monday 1st November is a religious and public holiday (All Saints) and many tourist attractions, shops etc are liable to be closed.

Re: Long weekend in October or November

by Redang

Lisbon is lovely all year around, however, days are much longer in October and tak into account that during the last weekend of October, watches/time will move to one hour earlier, so, it'll get dusk one hour earlier.

Re: Long weekend in October or November

by mybruce0520

Thank you cubsur,redang and pedmar for the reply.

The best time to come would be 1st week of October. What are the tourist destinations in Lisbon? Do you have an idea, what is the cheapest flight from London?

Re: Long weekend in October or November

by Redang

Two more sites:
- www.whichbudget.com
- www.harefares.com

Re: Long weekend in October or November

by mybruce0520

Thank you very much Pedmar and Redang for the informative reply

Re: Long weekend in October or November

by joeramirez

i would like to drive from lisbon to fatima. how far is it and are car rentals costly?

Re: Long weekend in October or November

by Redang

For road distances and driving times: www.viamichelin.com

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Budget car + driver for Sintra, Cascais etc...

by sucesso

If you wish to explore around Lisboa, check it out a website called www.rentalocalfriend.com
This is an alternative service where locals make themselves available to show visitors their favourite local spots in Lisboa, Sintra and Cascais.
They have good unexpensive deals for private car and driver rentals for the day. Definetly one of the most unique places I ever visited was Sintra.
Just a one hour from Lisboa, the castles and old mansions bring a unforgettable experience to it.

Rio Tejo (River Tagus)

by ncfg

A mini cruise is a real must in order to enjoy Lisbon, a city overlooking the river Tagus (Tejo) and the ocean.
Centuries of history will emerge from its monuments scattered along the hills.
I could see the cruises and wondered how fantastic should be a cruise on the river Tagus.
I didn’t go on a mini cruise but I crossed the river in Ferry boat, I could enjoy the views as well. :-)))

Manueline

by solopes

The Portuguese are proud of "their" exclusive style - Manueline. It's a Gothic style, with nautical elements, celebrating the discoveries.

This style is present in many monuments as their original concept or even in later adding. Jeronimos in Lisbon is among the best examples but Batalha doesn't stay behind and a window in Tomar is considered the most precious detail of that s

Look down, you're walking on an artform.

by SOLODANCER

It's hard to really miss it and you'd be foolish to do so. After all, it's what this great city is paved with and rather extensively all throughout that inevitably one could feel as tho walking upon an entire canvass of some primitive art and art form. And it is primitive, as primitive as any deeply embedded within the context of Portugal's history. How far back this particular art form goes, hard for me to tell at this point which clearly demands that of further investigation.

Lisbon's artistic cobbled streets are this very art form. Practically every street, alley, corner, even cul-de-sac in the city's neighborhoods are greatly designed and decorated by this particular type of stone work composed mostly of black and white tiny square blocks of cobble. And the individual style and art work is as varied as the many workman's hands that tirelessly cut and shape each one which are carefully measured and put down together in a most unimaginable time and energy-intensive labor there is. There are geometric designs, highly floral, maritime, art noveau, coat of arms, etc. coming from each artistic minded laborer which if I recall correctly are called 'calzateiros'.

These artistic pavements are the mainstays of Lisbon and are purely Portuguese in character and originality. One would find this eye-catching designs everywhere else in Portugal but none as prodigious, widespread and remarkable as in Lisbon. But one can be able to appreciate them of course only when the visitor is in the habit of exploring the old city especially on foot and so notices the pavement he's walking on. Otherwise, it's like seeing oneself walk in one's dream and yet the sensation that the journey as never having been felt nor taken.

So next time you're in Lisbon, thread your steps slow and meditate on the stones your feet are placed upon.

Carnival

by J_Antunes

Although originally a pagan and folk festival, Carnival marks the start of Lent. The high
point of the Portuguese festival is on February 24th, Carnival day, although there are parades, dances and festivities throughout the week featuring famous stars from the world of
Portuguese and Brazilian show business.
Amongst the main Carnival festivities in the Lisboa Region, one of the highlights is the Loures Carnival – a folk carnival – and one of the oldest. This carnival features the famous Cegadas, the Mastronças parade and the traditional Enterro do Entrudo on Ash Wednesday. In this region it is also known as Enterro do Bacalhau (Burial of the Cod) and symbolizes the end of Carnival and the festivities.
To the north of Lisboa there is also the famous Torres Vedras Carnival, described as the “most Portuguese in Portugal”. This carnival maintains the traditions of the Portuguese festival, with a parade of creatively decorated streetcars satirizing society and politics, and where the locals are always the real stars of the festival.
Also not to be missed in this region are the traditional carnivals at Alcobaça, Nazaré and
Sesimbra.

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Address: Avda da Liberdade 180-B, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250-146, Portugal