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Want to get some fresh air? To discover a rich culture and a city with a glorious past? Lisbon, the city of seven hills, offers itself to you with Campanile hotels!

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For a seminar or a family getaway, enjoy the charms of Portugal at the Campanile Lisbon Sud-Setùbal hotel-restaurant. Nestled in a beautiful garden with a children's play area, our hotel also offers parking, renovated rooms, a bar and restaurant, where local specialties can be enjoyed. Our staff welcomes you warmly for an enjoyable stay....
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Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Lisbon. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.



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What to do in Lisbon

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Have you booked a room at the Campanile hotel in Lisbon? Start your short stay with a visit to the old Alfama neighborhood, with its pretty, narrow streets, and check out the Miradouro de Santa Luzia for a beautiful vantage point. Then visit Castelo de S. Jorge before heading down to the river and seeing the Lisbon Cathedral and the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora. Don't miss the Baixa district, the bustling upper city (Barrio Alto), which boasts many small restaurants and also the Belém neighborhood. This weekend in Portugal promises to be intense!
During your one-week stay at the Campanile Lisbon hotel-restaurant, visit the upper city’s neighborhoods – Belem, Alfama and Baixa, each with a different atmosphere and layout. Don't miss the interesting Calouste-Gulbenkian museum and the chic Chiado district, where the stunning Santa Justa Lift is located. With Campanile hotels in Portugal, you can enjoy Lisbon’s intense nightlife, especially in the upper city. You can also spend a day visiting nearby small towns like Sintra, Estoril and Mafra. You're sure to enjoy their sandy beaches and tiny harbors!
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is ideal for even the youngest of travelers. See the Tagus and the Vasco de Gama bridge from a cable car. The view is splendid! For a nature break, head toward the Park of Nations. Your children will also enjoy the Oceanarium, one of Europe’s largest aquariums, home to more than 15,000 species of fish and sharks. With our Campanile Lisbon Sud-Setùbal hotel-restaurant, you can also enjoy the sea and nearby beaches. As a family, you can practice all kinds of water sports and activities.

Lisbon’s culinary specialties

In the heart of the city or at our Campanile hotel in Lisbon, discover the culinary specialties of Portugal. The Lisbon region is famous for its delicious fish dishes, like grilled sardines and the many cod-based recipes. On the sweet side, try the "Pasteis de Belem," excellent cream and cinnamon tartlets. Also indulge (in moderation) in "ginga," a local drink served in "ginjinhas." This liquor is made with cherries and is consumed everywhere in town! From breakfast to dinner, your stay will be gourmet!
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Must-see events in Lisbon

In Lisbon, don’t miss the city’s popular saints festivals! On June 13, during Noite de Santo António, everyone gathers in the streets to sing and dance until morning! In July, there’s the Super Bock Super Rock Festival, which attracts the rock scene’s biggest names. Sailing fan? Keep in mind that Lisbon hosts many regattas during the summer. Before you go back to your room at the Campanile hotel in Lisbon, enjoy the entertainment hosted by the hotel, like rebroadcasts of sporting events.
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Interesting facts about Lisbon

Are you a fan of mythology? This story will make you want to drop your bags at the Campanile hotel in Lisbon! According to legend, Ulysses, after the Trojan War, landed on the shores of what is now Portugal, known as the “Kingdom of Serpents.” Ulysses apparently tricked the local queen – half woman, half serpent – in order to found his city, which later became Lisbon. The queen-serpent, upon finding out she had been manipulated by Ulysses’s ruse, attacked the city, creating the city’s landscape hills with her twisted reptile body. Lisbon, the “city of seven hills,” was thus born.