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Lisbon, Portugal Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 170
Total Sleeping Rooms 18,890
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 577
Committable Meeting Rooms* 36
Convention Center Space 15,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 10,000 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate EUR 132
Average Daily Meal Cost EUR 67
Average Weekly Car Rental EUR 78
*Maximum for a single hotel

Lisbon, Portugal Things to Do and Attractions

Belém Tower

Listed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Belem Tower was built in 1515 as a fortress to guard the entrance to Lisbon's harbor. Located on the northern bank of Tagus river, the Tower of Belém is one of the architectural jewels from the reign of

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Jerónimos Monastery

Exemplifying the Portuguese Late Gothic Manueline style of architecture in Lisbon, the Jerónimos Monastery is a classified UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated in the Belem district of western Lisbon, this monastery is the site from where Vasco

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São Jorge Castle

Popularly known as Lisbon Castle, Sao Jorge Castle was the ancient seat of power for Portugal for over 400 years. This Moorish Castle occupying a commanding hilltop, provides fantastic views of the Baixa district and Tagus River. With unique

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Paradise Garage

One of the best venues for live music, Paradise Garage is the Portuguese version of the influential New York City discotheque that operated from 1976 to 1987. The venue is great for more than just concerts, as it holds conferences, festivals,

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Centro Cultural de Belém

Lisbon's popular cultural and arts center, Belem Cultural Center is located in the civil parish of Santa Maria de Belém. This entertainment center in Lisbon presents a diverse program spanning experimental jazz, contemporary ballet,

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National Theatre D. Maria II

The Teatro Nacional Dona Maria II is the national theatre of Portugal, built in 1846 on the site of Palácio dos Estaus palace. This graceful neoclassical theatre on Rossio square hosts some of the most spectacular performances of Lisbon. Those

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Clube de Fado

Located in the heart of Alfama, Clube de Fado is just a stone's throw away from the renowned Sé de Lisboa. If you enjoy excellent Portuguese traditional cooking, the sound of a Portuguese guitar and the greatest Portuguese Fado voices, Clube de

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Cataplana & Companhia Restaurant

Cataplana & Companhia Restaurant is famous for authentic Portuguese food. The restaurant is known for reviving the ancient tradition Tico Tico, the Campo de Ourique, and enriched it with new specialties, including cataplanes and chargrilled fish. The

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La Trattoria

La Trattoria restaurant is an Italian restaurant, located in Rua Artilharia Um area of Lisbon. The restaurant offers authentic and creative Italian cuisines, with excellent service and atmosphere. With enough space for accommodating up to 140 guests,

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Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum on Avenida de Berna is one prominent Lisbon art museum. With a magnificent collection of Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Islamic, Asian, and European art, the Gulbenkian Museum is one of the world's great museums and one of

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Lisbon Oceanarium

This mind-blowing aquarium will take you closest to the marine world without a wetsuit. Located in the Parque das Nações, Lisbon Oceanarium contains 7 million liters of seawater that’s home to 8,000 marine creatures. Watch Eyeball Zebra

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Lisbon Zoo

Founded in the year 1884, Lisbon Zoo is home to about 2,000 animals of more than 300 species. The zoo has a collection of indigenous as well as foreign species from around the world. This zoological park offers daily attractions, feeds, and

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Lisbon Baixa

Located in the heart of Lisbon, Baixa is an elegant district reconstructed after the earthquake of 1755. Considered as the central downtown area of Lisbon, the Baixa district comprises of majestic plazas, hotels, cafes, buzzing nightlife and many

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Praça do Comércio

The largest of all the Lisbon's plazas, The Praça do Comércio is positioned on the edge of the Tagus estuary on the Baixa district. Historically, The Praça do Comércio used to be the gateway to the city, for those arriving by boat. The

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Parque Eduardo VII

Named after Britain's Edward VII who visited Lisbon in 1903, Parque Eduardo VII was developed in the late nineteenth century as an extension of the Avenida da Liberdade. Covering an area of sixty-four acres, the park is located north of the Avenida

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