Residencial Delta

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Rua Ilha do Pico, 3, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1000-169, Portugal
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Which winter period is BEST for country wide traveling In Portugal?

by song99

Which winter period is BEST for country wide traveling In Portugal?

I am planning a 6 week trip to Portugal, but I am little torn between the period

(November1-December15), or
(January10-February28).

Which period do you think is better (for traveling across the country). I am planning to spend most of my time around Lisbon, and Porto, along the coast. Which period is relatively better for visibility, clear skies, and decent weather? I know it's raining, and maybe chilly but I have only these two periods to choose from, so I have to choose the relatively better one.

Thanks

Re: Which winter period is BEST for country wide traveling In Portugal?

by Karlithus

Hello!

According to this and last year, november - december should be your choice.

This January - February we had some heavy raining here!

Have a good trip.

Re: Which winter period is BEST for country wide traveling In Portugal?

by berenices

I would suggest the Nov-Dec option. you still get fairly decent days around that period. better to be in the Northern areas of the country on the earlier part, and work your way southwards.

Re: Which winter period is BEST for country wide traveling In Portugal?

by song99

Thanks, but I thought Porto was at its rainiest in November?

Re: Which winter period is BEST for country wide traveling In Portugal?

by berenices

the rain and the cold start earlier in the north than in the south (where Lisbon is) where the climate is milder (more Mediterranean, as they say). as a guide, you can compare the average figures for number of rainy days, precipitation, ave sunlight etc at the BBC city weather pages.

Re: Which winter period is BEST for country wide traveling In Portugal?

by Pedro_Laia

November-December for sure. it's warmer and less rainy. have a nice trip.

Re: Which winter period is BEST for country wide traveling In Portugal?

by jorgec25

Definitely November - December, and start up North

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Lisbon is Located HERE

by Bwana_Brown

Located about 2/3 of the way down Portugal's western Atlantic coastline, Lisbon is the bustling, yet amazingly friendly capital of Portugal. We had been advised to take our time while there, spend a few days enjoying the many things that the city has to offer before zooming off on our round-the-country trip!

It was excellent advice! We really enjoyed our far too short time there (4 nights) and would love to have another go at the city!

This map also shows our eventual route around Portugal, taking us an additional 9 days to complete (2500 km or 1600 miles). Please check out my 'Algarve' page to see how we made out with the first part of our road trip on the southern coast!

Serra de Sintra

by andrea.d

An astonishing cultural landscape emerges between the woods of Serra de Sintra and the Atlantic Ocean. Castle, the Pena National Palace, the Quinta da Regaleira and the Capuchos Convent are unique architectonic constructions, surrounded by luxurious vegetation and superb view. The whole environment is classified as World Heritage by UNESCO.

modernity exists.

by arasnosliw

Yes. You're immersed in the antiquity of central Lisbon. You may be amazed to see anything modern around here, but in reality there are many up-and-happening places.

There's many small modern art studios, chic bars, and music studios, primarily in the artsy-hip neighborhood of Bairro Alto. Chiado also has a lot of elegant stores and studios

Walk down the narrow, rugged, centuries old streets, and through the small windows, bright colors and designs will catch your eye.

ginjinha

by arasnosliw

A favorite liquor of the Portuguese!

Ginjinha is a liquor made by fermenting ginja (similar to cherries) in brandy. Ginjinha is served in a shot form with a piece of the fermented fruit on the bottom of the cup. Imagine how awfully strong it is.

I'm not a big fan of ginjinha, it reminds me of cherry flavored cough syrup. However, I recommend any tourist to taste a bit of this Portuguese specialty.

The most famous place to experience this drink is a little shop named "A Ginjinha" on the northeast corner of Rossio. The store is tiny, so you go inside, buy your drink, and hurry outside to taste it.

A few things . . .

by acemj

I always travel light, but just remember to carry no more than you need. You can purchase all the necessities in Lisbon if you forget something and you'll probably want to save some room in your luggage for gifts and other things you'll want to buy. Prices are cheaper in Portugal than most other western European countries. If you come in the winter, be sure to have a good raincoat. The sky can be very unpredictable in Lisbon. If you need any basic medicine, you can find a neighborhood farmacia, where the staff will be trained to give you suggestions and for basic diagnosis of most simple ailments. Just look for the green cross. As always, be sure to bring your photo equipment. Portugal is famous among photographers for its light, which is accentuated by the prevalent white-stoned pavement that you'll find throughout Lisbon and other Portuguese cities.

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Address: Rua Ilha do Pico, 3, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1000-169, Portugal