Lisbon
Portugal
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Lisbon, Portugal

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Partly Cloudy
06:59

20:17
WEST
Partly Cloudy
26°C / 17°C
  • Wind: 16 km/h NW
  • Humidity: 53%
  • Precip. probability: 10%
  • Precipitation: 0 mm
  • UV index: 8
A mix of clouds and sun. High 26C. Winds NW at 15 to 25 km/h.
Partly Cloudy
11:24 WEST
Partly Cloudy
  • 22°C
  • Feels like: 22°C
  • Wind: 9 km/h NNW
  • Humidity: 57%
  • Dewpoint: 13°C
  • Pressure: 1016.5 mbar
  • Precipitation: 0 mm
  • Visibility: 11 km
  • UV index: 5
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12h
  • 23°C
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
  • Wind: 11 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 2%
13h
  • 25°C
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
  • Wind: 11 km/h NNW
  • Precip. probability: 0%
14h
  • 25°C
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
  • Wind: 12 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 3%
15h
  • 25°C
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
  • Wind: 14 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 2%
16h
  • 25°C
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
  • Wind: 16 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 1%
17h
  • 25°C
Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
  • Wind: 16 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 1%
18h
  • 24°C
Sunny
Sunny
  • Wind: 17 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 1%
19h
  • 23°C
Sunny
Sunny
  • Wind: 19 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 2%
20h
  • 21°C
Sunny
Sunny
  • Wind: 20 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 3%
Sunset: 20:17
21h
  • 19°C
Clear
Clear
  • Wind: 19 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 5%
22h
  • 18°C
Clear
Clear
  • Wind: 19 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 6%
23h
  • 18°C
Mostly Clear
Mostly Clear
  • Wind: 17 km/h NW
  • Precip. probability: 7%
Lisbon is Portugal’s largest city as well as its capital city. So far, Lisbon is one of the most populated cities within the European Union and has earned the alpha-global city title. The city is conveniently located on the Atlantic Ocean and the Tagus River, to the western side of the Iberian Peninsula. The beautiful coastal city features an iconic suspension bridge from where the scenic spots of the city can be viewed.
The outstanding Sao Jorge Castle provides with scenic views of the beautiful buildings below, in their stunning pastel colors as well as the artistic Tagus Estuary. The beautiful Ponte 25 De Abril suspension bridge looks even more remarkable. Close by, decorative ceramic tiles that are at least five centuries old are displayed in the National Azulejo Museum.
The numerous beaches on the Atlantic Ocean provide a great way to swim, relax and unwind both for visitors and locals. The beaches are quite extensive and range from Cascais Beach all the way to Estoril.
The center of the city is less extensive, reduced into small compactness that is cobblestoned. Walking around the area is pretty easy, but for those who do not prefer walking around on foot, other movement means are available including funiculars and trams. The Moorish Alfama District is also famous for its narrow-placed and winding streets dotted with taverns and singers along its sides.
Food cafes, restaurants, and eateries are numerous along the streets of Chiado. Food varieties range from local delicacies and include delicious seafood selections. After eating, people enjoy shopping in countless stalls and shopping malls along the same streets. Afterward, walk over to the famous Bairro Alto for drinks, music, dance, and a vibrant nightlife.
In the middle of scenic, serene gardens and planted parks, there stands the iconic Calouste Gulbenkian Museum complex, to where people stream to have a view of the displayed samples of unique art and craft pieces.
The majestic sixteenth century Jeronimos Monastery and the iconic Belem Tower appear magnificent standing on the beautiful waterfront and provide some of the most stunning views in Lisbon. The contemporary architecture of the Parque das Nacoes District brings about the considerable contrast more so with its large Oceanario aquarium.

When to visit Lisbon

Lisbon enjoys a hot Mediterranean climate. The summers are anything between warm to hot and are often dry, but with tolerable temperature. The winters are mild, tolerable and rainy, with most days receiving up to four hours of sunshine.
The peak of the traveling season to Lisbon is between April and September. During this period, the weather is usually warm and pleasant except for the period between July and August that may be exceptionally hot, dry, and very sunny. The daylight hours are extended and make it a lot easier to tour Lisbon even late into the evening.
In April Lisbon celebrates the Lisboa Festival, a famous film festival that focuses majorly on appreciating and recognizing independently set international cinema, attracting participants from far and wide. In June, the Festas Festival, lasting for a whole month amid lots of music and dance as well as feasting and decorations all over Lisbon. From the 12th of June to 13th of June, Lisbon celebrates the feast of Santo Antonio, which is marked with a combination of religious and secular parades and colorful decorations in the city.
  • de: Lissabon, Portugal
  • en: Lisbon, Portugal
  • es: Lisboa, Portugal
  • ru: Лиссабон, Португалия
  • sr: Lisabon, Portugalija
  • zh: 里斯本, 葡萄牙
  • pt: Lisboa, Portugal
  • Latitude: 38.722252°
  • Longitude: -9.139337°
  • Elevation: 56 m
  • Current time: 11:24 WEST
  • Sunrise: 06:59 WEST
  • Sunset: 20:17 WEST
  • Timezone: Europe/Lisbon
  • Lisbon
  • Lisbon @ Wikipedia
  • Tower of Belém - landmark medieval fortified tower on a tiny river island with a rooftop terrace offering estuary views.
  • Jerónimos Monastery - late Gothic Manueline-style monastery housing archaeology and maritime museums in its wings.
  • Castelo de S. Jorge - 11th-century, hilltop Moorish castle and royal residence with palace ruins and archaeological museum.
  • Santa Justa Lift - cast-iron elevator with filigree details, built in 1902 to connect lower streets with Carmo Square.
  • Oceanário de Lisboa - modern, waterside aquarium with ocean habitats for sharks, rays, penguins and tropical fish.
  • Padrão dos Descobrimentos - statue built in 1940 and made permanent in 1960 to mark 500 years since Henry the Navigator's death.
  • Lisbon Cathedral - earthquakes have led to this cathedral being rebuilt many times in different architectural styles.
  • National Pantheon - the 17th-century baroque church turned into a modern-day mausoleum for tombs of national celebrities.
  • Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara - this sizable, landscaped terrace with a fountain offers panoramic views of the city.
  • National Azulejo Museum - museum of decorative azulejo tiles housed in a 16th-century monastery with a spectacular chapel.
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