Residencial Joao Xxi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Rua Gomes Freire 179 - 1, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-177, Portugal
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 52% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples39
  • Solo54
  • Business50

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is it a good time to visit Portugal later Oct or early Nov?

by 9tigers

will the weather be good like in 50-60th and less tourist ppl?

Re: is it a good time to visit Portugal later Oct or early Nov?

by cachaseiro

the tourist season kinda comes to an end by early october so it will be a lot less touristy.

weather wise i only know how to write it in celcius, but you should expect a bit of rain and especially wind that time of year.
i don´t think the weather will be real bad though and i would happily go there myself that time of year.

Re: is it a good time to visit Portugal later Oct or early Nov?


best time

november the weather starts to turn a bit sour especially in the south with some rain accompanied by winds and up north getting more chilly

lisbon area however usually fares better

Re: is it a good time to visit Portugal later Oct or early Nov?

by 9tigers

ty all, I think I will go mid oct since low season really started 15th of oct and I think the weather would be ok

Re: is it a good time to visit Portugal later Oct or early Nov?

by cachaseiro

i would go for it if i were you.
in my opinion it´s a real fine time to visit.

Re: is it a good time to visit Portugal later Oct or early Nov?

by Redang

I'd like to add ghat Lisbon is lovely all year round. Take into account that the city could be considered to be by the sea which means that it's not too cold.

There are many sites you can have a look at as

Re: is it a good time to visit Portugal later Oct or early Nov?


also the big advantage of being in Portugal in October as far as I'm concerned

are the highly conducive factors of:

clearly less crowd, thus better options to places and accommodations, prices generally have dropped, no more of the summer's biting heat, and ocean temperature is as its perfect pitch for great swimming...a far more relaxed atmosphere overall

Re: is it a good time to visit Portugal later Oct or early Nov?

by 9tigers

you guys are so awesome

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Cheers! Try a portuguese wine!

by Filoxera

Everyone knows "Porto wine", but there are many others good wines in Portugal (I should say better wines, because I'm not a very big "Porto's" fan!).
So, one thing you can’t miss is to try a Portuguese wine.
It goes with everything! Take it with your meal or on the end of it, or only with a piece of the finest cheese.
I prefer wines from "Alentejo", like "cartuxa", "Alandra", "Borba". But I would not refuse a wine from the "Dão" or "Palmela". Or even, as an apetiyser, a "madeira".
Take my advice and (if you're not going to drive!...) give Portuguese wines a shot!!!

What you could not miss in Lisbon.

by tucha

One of the things that you should see and know are our monuments..they dating from the era of the Discoveries and some are even classief by Unesco as Wrold Heritage Sites, like Jerónimos Monastery and Belém could not leave lisbon until you visit at least these two and St. Georges's Castle.

You can find more information about Monuments in libon in mu travelogue. If you could go at sunset, to Belém Tower..and take a photo to the river, to the south bank of Tagus's very beautiful..and from here you can see Lisbon, from the two sides of the river.


by LoriPori

Mosteiro dos Jeronimos or JERONIMOS MONASTERY is a masterpiece of Manueline style and Portuguese late Gothic. Construction of the Church of Santa Maria and Cloisters for the Hieronymite Religious order, began in 1502 on the orders of Dom Manuel I, in thanksgiving for divine favour bestowed on the Discoveries. The Monastery took 50 years to complete. The enormous amount of funds needed for this monastery, meant abandoning the construction at the Batalha Monastery ( re: roofless, unfinished Chapel ).
The ornate main entrance to the Church of Santa Maria, is large - 32 meters high and 12 meters wide. It features an abundance of gables, pinnacles and many carved figures, including a statue of Henry the Navigator, standing on a pedestal between the two doors.
The Monastery was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.

Located on Praca do Imperio, Belem
Open October to April 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday to Sunday
May to September 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday to Sunday
Free admission for all , Sundays to 2:00 p.m.

Santo António

by rp6686

Lisboetas like parties, tradition and sardines and what better time of the year to take advantage of all of these than in June? June is the month of Popular Saints, not only in Lisboa but all around Portugal. Santo António is the patron saint of Lisboa. Prayers for the perfect match, for a marriage blessed by Santo António and the smell of grilled sardines and basil plants get together with parades filled with coloured ribbons and festive music.

Between the fifties and the sixties the Santo António tradition known as Noivas de Santo António (Santo António Brides) was supported by the Diário Popular (an old newspaper) and by local business men. In the 1990's the Town Hall of Lisboa brought the tradition back to life, sponsoring couples from Lisboa and joining them in an unique and special moment of their lifes.

There is a traditional game to play on the eve before the day of Santo António (13th of June): fill a small container with water and write the name of those you would like (or think) to be your perfect partner. Roll up the papers, put them in the water and place the container under your bed. The next day, the paper thas has opened the most will reveal the name of your perfect partner! You don't believe it?... Well, just try!

A match at Sporting Lisbon

by toonsarah

The football club we in England usually refer to as Sporting Lisbon is more properly known as Sporting Clube de Portugal, and is much more than just a football team, encompassing handball and athletics among other sports. But it is likely to be football that draws you here, as it did us. We came to watch a match in the UEFA Cup competition, a quarter-final between Sporting and our own team, Newcastle United. Sadly I have to report that Newcastle lost and went out of the competition, so it was not an altogether successful evening. But the Toon Army (the followers of Newcastle United) always makes the best of things, and we managed to enjoy ourselves before and after the match, if not during it, as photo 5 shows (taken at a café in the Praça da Figueira).

If you aren’t able to make it to a match you might like instead to do a Stadium tour or visit the “Mundo Sporting” museum. We didn’t do either so I can’t comment on how good these are, but the stadium is certainly an impressive structure and I imagine would be worth a closer look. The cost of a combined tour and museum visit is eight euros, and tours operate Monday to Friday at 11.30, 14.30 and 16.00, and on Saturday and Sunday at 10.30, 12.00, 14.30 and 16.00.


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