The capital of Portugal has many things to see and visit. However, with international events such as the WebSummit approaching, you do not necessarily have time to explore everything. To remedy this, MagicStay has selected the 5 essential activities when you are in Lisbon.


1- Oceanàrio de Lisboa

The Lisbon Oceanarium is the largest aquarium in Europe. The latter is divided into 5 ecosystems, and is the third largest in the world.
This is the perfect place to have a good time with family or after an appointment.

2- Telecabine lisboa

The cable car in the Parc des Nations is a way of transport offering a view of the exhibition grounds. Ideal to go to the Oceanarium (see above) it will allow you to visit the Lisbon coast and Vasco da Gama bridge peacefully and take very beautiful pictures.

3- Pastéis Belem

This bakery is a must in Lisbon. Known for its Pasteis de Belem, the bakery is open all day but also at night.

What’s better after a long day in a show room than a little stop at the bakery before returning?

4- Parque das Naçöes

Located next to the airport, the Parc des Nations has become a cultural activity center and a new part of the city since 1998 when the International Exhibition was held. The area includes the Oriente Station, the Pavilion of Portugal, the Pavilion of Knowledge, the Torre Vasco de Gama, the Oceanarium and the Vasco de Gama shopping center.
A place where you have to go to if you have a free afternoon.

5- Praça do comércio

Praça do Comércio is a very famous square in Lisbon. Very imposing and luxurious it is said that it is the gateway to the capital. Characterized by its triumphal arch and the statue of Joseph I, the place is marked by history.

Do not hesitate to go there to observe this symbolic monument that has passed through the ages.