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With some excellent tourist highlights, Lisbon District is a suitable destination for both brief breaks and longer visits.

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The population of this area of Lisboa Region is roughly 500,000.

One of your guidebook's top recommendations will no doubt be Castle of Sao Jorge. Make sure you schedule in some time to experience this famed attraction.

The Ascensor da Gloria and Iberian Wolf Recuperation Center are wonderful places to spend some quality time with your children. Want more? The Bica Lift and the Glória Lift are sure to keep everyone grinning.

Do you enjoy participating in interactive learning activities? Visitors of all ages can get a closer look at some aquatic animals and ecosystems at Lisbon Oceanarium and Vasco da Gama Aquarium.

Your family will have a blast checking out the native and exotic inhabitants at the Lisbon Zoo. If you're pressed for time, be sure to grab a map so you don't miss out on any of the park favorites.

To learn the finer points of wine producing, set out to visit one of the region's famed wineries. The Quinta Das Carrafouchas Vineyard, the AdegaMae Winery and the Quinta de Pancas are all worthy of a visit. If you can't seem to decide, why not tick off all three?

Want to try out your poker face? Head down to the Estoril Casino or the Lisbon Casino.

Local and exotic native and exotic plants, interesting trees and long, winding pathways await at the Botanical Garden and Praca do Imperio Garden. Tapada das Necessidades Park and Torel Garden are two more fabulous places to have a stroll around.

When it's time for a break, grab something for lunch and find a shady nook at one of the area's scenic green spaces, such as Cape Roca and Cabo Espichel. Miradouro de Santa Luzia and Miradouro de Sao Pedro de Alcantara are two more pleasant spots to while away a lazy day with a good book.

Surrounded by leafy trees and scrubby grass, Estuario do Tejo Natural Reserve is a nice escape for local wildlife and travelers alike.

If you want to have a break from your daily routine, take a trip out to Guincho Beach or Cascais Beach. Stroll along the coastline, watch the seabirds soar overhead or just sit back and relax on the shoreline. You could also splash around at Costa da Caparica Beach and Tamariz Beach.

Turn your phone off and have a rest from the stresses of the modern world at Floresta de Monsanto Park and Boca do Inferno. Lovers of nature will also have a great time at Pena Park and Tapada Nacional de Mafra Park.

Grab a buddy or two and explore some of the favored exhibition spaces nearby. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you check out the varied collections at the Gulbenkian Museum and the National Museum of Natural History. The Maritime Museum and the Museum of Design are also worth looking at.

Marine history enthusiasts can get their bearings at the Museum of the Sea, a treasure house of important artifacts and tales of the sea. If time permits, continue cruising through this region's seafaring traditions at the Museu de Marinha.

Our scientific perspectives are always evolving. Learn about recent advances in scientific innovation at the Knowledge Pavilion and Calouste Gulbekian Planetarium. The Sintra Science Center and the Pavilhao do Conhecimento- Ciencia Viva are also great options to check out.

Some visitors think of natural museums as a place to take the kids, but the captivating collections at the National Archaelogical Museum and the Aldeia Tipica show that there's more than enough to keep the grown-ups busy too. You could also stop by the National Museum of Ethnology and the Teatro Romano Museum.

Lisbon District is a hive of artistic energy, with galleries and exhibition spaces all over. Pop in to the Berardo Collection and the Chiado Museum for the best of what this creative enclave has to offer. If you have time afterwards, the National Museum of Ancient Art and the Center for Modern Art are also well worth checking out.

Go back through time and uncover the secrets of yesteryear at the Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro Museum and the Cidade Museum. The Museo Sao Roque and the Igreja do Carmo are also highly esteemed options.

To discover more about the area's colorful past, pay a visit to its many remaining historical sites. Commence your history tour at Quinta da Regaleira and Belem Tower. More tales from the days of yore are waiting for you at Parliament and Pasteis de Belem.

Military history enthusiasts should go for a wander around Cascais Fortress and Oitavos Fort, two intriguing fortified positions. The crumbling walls of Fortaleza de Santiago have also seen their fair share of battles.

When it came to designing and furnishing Pena Palace and Queluz National Palace, you'll see that money must not have been an issue. You might also like to wander through the leafy gardens and seek out some stories about Sintra National Palace and Monserrate Palace.

You probably won't see any kings and queens, but you may discover a drawbridge or turret at Moorish Castle and Sesimbra Castle. Torre Vedras Castle and Alenquer Castle are two more imposing cultural monuments.

The spiritual side of the region can be found at Lisbon Cathedral and Jeronimos Monastery. Cristo Rei and National Pantheon are also intriguing holy places.

This region's most famed sights often overshadow its less renowned, but equally fascinating activities. Vasco da Gama Bridge and Alenquer City Hall are a couple of interesting options. If you've got more time to spare, also think about visiting the Pedra do Sal Environmental Interpretation Center and Cascais Marina.

Accommodation in Lisbon District

As it's the capital of Portugal, Lisbon District offers a wealth of hotels, resorts and other accommodation options. No less than 488 Lisbon District hotels can be booked via Expedia's user-friendly hotels page.

Two upmarket places in Lisbon District are the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon, which can be found at Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 88, and the Olissippo Lapa Palace, at Rua do Pau da Bandeira, 4. Alternatively, in the bargain bracket, you can check out The Independente Hostel & Suites and the Portugal Ways Bairro Alto Apartments. The Independente Hostel & Suites is located at Rua Sao Pedro De Alcântara 81, while the Portugal Ways Bairro Alto Apartments can be found at Rua Do Vale 17.

Lisbon District is home to the world-famous Castle of Sao Jorge, and another option is to stay close this iconic site. The Altis Avenida Hotel is just 0.4 miles away. Another popular choice is the Avenida Palace, which is 0.4 miles away.

Popular Activities in Lisbon District

When we think back over our travels, we usually remember experiences rather than our swish hotel room and its view of the sea. Are you ready to start making some new vacation memories?

Lisbon District has a range of activities. Here are some ideas to get you started:

For a complete range of activities, head to our Lisbon District things to do page.

Guide to Exploring Lisbon District