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Frequently asked questions about Lisbon

How Public Transportation works in Lisbon?

Lisbon has an extensive public transport system that includes buses, trams, and metro trains. All public transport in Lisbon can be accessed using a Viva Viagem card, which can be purchased at metro stations and other points of sale. Overall, Lisbon's public transport system is reliable, affordable, and easy to navigate, making it a great option for both tourists and locals.Learn more

Bucket list of things to do and see in Lisbon

Lisbon has a charming atmosphere and is the perfect place to go if you want to experience the Portuguese culture. You can spend your day walking around the city, sitting at one of the many cafes over a coffee or relax at a local restaurant. The city is full of surprises so make sure you leave some time for fun during your stay! Find out things to see, where to eat, shop and more and do on our Lisbon City Guide!Learn more

How do I apply for a visa to stay in Lisbon?

To obtain a stay visa in Lisbon, you will need to apply through the Portuguese embassy or consulate in your home country.The process and requirements for obtaining a stay visa may vary depending on your country of origin and the type of visa you are applying for. It is recommended that you check the embassy or consulate's website for specific requirements and instructions on how to apply.Learn more

Best neighbourhood to live in Lisbon

Lisbon has a big variety of neighbourhoods known for their historic architecture and charming streets. Alfama, Baixa, Bairro Alto, Arroios, Santos, Alfama and many more. Let us guide you through Lisbon’s best neighborhoods.Learn more

How to eat like a local in Lisbon?

Lisbon offers so many options of restaurants and cafés. Here some suggestions: for Breakfast "A Padaria Portuguesa", for Brunch "Amélia", For Lunch "The Green Affair", For Ice Cream "Gelato Davvero", For Dinner any "Tasca", one the most traditional portuguese restaurants!Learn more

Where can I study or work remotely in Lisbon?

Lisbon is the perfect place for you to study, work and explore. Many cafes in the city offer a comfortable and quiet atmosphere for studying and working, and some even have designated study areas or free Wi-Fi. We gathered some of our favoritesLearn more

What is the average cost of living in Lisbon?

The good news is that Lisbon is cheaper than most of the capital cities in Europe. The cost of living in Lisbon can vary depending on your lifestyle and habits, but on average, it is considered to be relatively affordable compared to other European cities. To have an idea of how much your utility bills can be, we recommend using NumbeoLearn more