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Price per night
August : £64
Price in February
Type of accommodation
2 Bedrooms, 65m²
Price per week
January : £62
A holiday rental in Lisbon is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Lisbon is £63.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Lisbon, you have to pay on average £442 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £435 and £448 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Lisbon are less expensive in January: £62 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 2% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 2% (£64 per night) in 08, which is the most expensive month to live in Lisbon.
On average, rentals in Lisbon can accommodate 4 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 65 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Lisbon is £109 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £765.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Lisbon costs on average £81, for Friday and Saturday nights.
30% of accommodation is still available for a stay in February. It will be necessary to pay on average £63 per night.
Looking for a place to stay in Lisbon? Renting an apartment or house is the best way to experience all the city has to offer. Discover the beautiful, historic city and use Likibu to find your dream holiday rental. If you are looking for accommodation for your family we have numerous spacious, self-catered apartments available. On the other hand if you are taking a loved one away for an intimate weekend we have plenty of hotel rooms to choose from. We will find you whatever type of accommodation you need and make sure you have the most memorable holiday ever.
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Lisbon is known as the city of seven hills due to its sloping landscape, it beats London, Paris and Rome for being the oldest city in Western Europe. Whether you are visiting Lisbon for a two-day break with your partner or a long holiday with family and friends, we offer a variety of accommodation to suit you. Just browse through out selection of rentals from websites such as Airbnb, Tripadvisor and Owners Direct. You can stay in one of the most luxurious villas in Lisbon with a private pool or if you want something for a lower budget, rent a trendy, self-catered apartment. Whatever your reason for visiting culture, commerce or gastronomy, we will have the perfect accommodation for you.
To get the best weather with the least amount of visitors, we suggest visiting Lisbon from March to May or September to October. The weather is still warm, accommodation is usually cheaper and there are fewer crowds during this period. Summer does see hot temperatures and crowded beaches.
Baxia, also known as 'downtown' or 'historical' Lisbon is filled with self-catered apartments and authentic Portuguese bed and breakfasts'. Many of which are beautiful converted eighteenth century banks and offices, a great tourist hotspot.
If you are in the city for a romantic getaway, then enjoy getting lost with your partner in the rabbit warren of winding, steep streets filled with densely populated quaint houses in Alfama. The streets lead up to the incredible castle, the views of Lisbon are unrivaled and it still has an old-world village charm that can not be found anywhere else. With just a few Lisbon holiday apartments and houses available in Alfama, book quickly to find accommodation that will make your trip unforgettable.
Bairro Alto neighborhood has a younger, trendier vibe than Alfama, it has many self-catered apartments available. If you want to stay in this area at a low cost then browse through our selection of homestays and hostels. The city's bohemian quarter is spread over a hill above the old town and it comes to life after midnight. If you're after a sophisticated, quiet night then avoid this district after 11pm.
Lisbon is surrounded by a beautiful coastline that is extremely accessible from the city. Staying in one of the coastal towns in Lisbon is an excellent alternative to paying big prices for accommodation in the centre of the city. However you are still able to jump on public transport to explore Lisbon for a day or two. Lisbon villa rentals will allow you to explore the seaside, some of the villas have private pools to ensure that you have the ultimate relaxing experience.
As with many European cities, walking through the streets is one of the best ways to see the city and soak up the culture. If you are strolling around Lisbon we highly recommend you visit, The church of Santa Engracia, it is a stunning church that was built in 1966. It is a popular tourist attraction for both its impressive history, interior and exterior architecture.
However if you would rather see something more contemporary then book a street art tour in Lisbon. The city is known for its quirky eye-catching street art covering many walls and sometimes even whole buildings. The tour will explain the history of street art and the social context in which this new urban street art scene has developed in Lisbon.
If you are traveling to Lisbon then it is essential you visit the aquarium, it is one of the world's largest with 8,000 different sea species. It's impressive transport walls gives the impression that all creatures are swimming in the same water. A perfect indoor activity and a great place to take your kids.
If you consider yourself a foodie then you have to visit Mercado de Ribieria, this market has become a very trendy place to visit ever since Time Out developed it into a gourmet market hall in 2014. It sells fresh veg, fish, flowers and fruit, it is arguably one of the most exciting places to visit in Lisbon.
First things first, it would be a crime to visit Lisbon and not try a Pasteis de nata, a famous delicacy in Portugal. You can find the sweet custard tarts in all local bakeries throughout the city. However Casa Pasteis de Belem was the first bakery to sell this delicacy, always full of locals and worth a visit!
Next on the agenda should be Piri Piri Chicken. Forget a cheeky Nandos, Portugal did piri piri way before Nandos even existed. Succulent spit-roasted chicken, potato and salad - simple, cheap and very tasty. If you are staying in a hotel room and you don't have access to cooking facilities, then this is the perfect food for a great value meal.
Bacalhau (salt cod) is the national dish of Portugal. This dish can be prepared in over 365 ways, so there is no chance that you won't find a version of it that you don't like, you'll find it on most menus in Lisbon. Our recommendation is cod stir-fried with rice, fried potato, onions, scrambled egg with black olives and parsley!
Fancy a bit of rock, then Sabotage is your go to club. There are regular concerts from these national rock bands making this an extremely popular spot with both tourists and locals.
Lux Frági l is one of the most famous disco clubs in Lisbon, it opened it's doors 20 years ago in 1998 and it has definitely maintained it's popularity. You have to make an effort here, flip flops and shorts will lead to you being turned away.
Lounge is an underrated bar / club in Lisbon. There is free entry all week, it gets so busy you can hardly move (in a good way!). The music ranges from rock and roll to 80's disco, you'll find anyone who's anyone in this little secret gem!