Acores Lisboa

Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro 1833, Lisbon 1070-060, Portugal
3 reviews

Hotel Acores is located just outside central Lisboa, but there is a metro station located immediately to the left of the hotel that makes reaching central Lisboa much more accessible. Not being located in the center also keeps the prices about 30 Euros cheaper than an equivalent standard hotel in the center. The hotel is not trying to be something ...

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    0.3 mi

    Museu Calouste Gulbenkian

    0.3 mi from Acores Lisboa
    10 reviews

    A Arquitectura fantástica do prédio, otimas exibições, e um jardim agradável de se estar.

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  • 2
    0.84 mi

    Aqueduto Das Águas Livres

    0.84 mi from Acores Lisboa
    10 reviews

    One of the most remarkable examples of 18th-century Portuguese engineering,the main course of the aqueduct covers 18 km, but the whole network of canals extends through nearly 58 km. A 19th century serial killer, Diogo Alves, robbed and pushed to their deaths dozens of victims from the top of its 65m high arches.

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  • 3
    0.98 mi

    Parque Eduardo VII

    0.98 mi from Acores Lisboa
    9 reviews

    My hotel was near this park. It's nothing special; but you can get some great views of the city from the top, which is a nice little incline for joggers and walkers!

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  • 4
    0.7 mi

    Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

    0.7 mi from Acores Lisboa
    7 reviews

    Comprised of an impressive park with trails through the dense foliage, an art museum hosting a full array of masterpieces and an art library supplying thousands of documents as references to art teachers and students, the headquarter of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation makes for one of the most sought after art attractions in Lisboa. After a visit to the museum, the ...

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  • 5
    0.91 mi


    0.91 mi from Acores Lisboa
    6 reviews

    A really nice metro that is huge, cheap, and safe. It takes you all around the city in a matter of minutes.

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  • 6
    0.43 mi

    El Corte Ingles

    0.43 mi from Acores Lisboa
    1 review

    No matter what your interests are Corte de Ingles has your goods. This building seems to rise straight up on the curve of a historic hill in downtown Lisbon. The bottom floor you wander the racks of fine wines, ports as well as sweets and savories. Going up floors you find well a well chosen array of men's and women's ...

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  • 7
    0.7 mi

    Parque Eduardo VII

    0.7 mi from Acores Lisboa
    1 review

    The park itself is pretty boring but if you're looking for a place to escape the heat, the Cold Greenhouse / Estufa Fria is full of fascinating plants and relaxing.

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  • 8
    0.57 mi

    Lisbon Bike Tour & Outdoors

    0.57 mi from Acores Lisboa
    1 review
  • 9
    0.41 mi

    Escola Primária Mestre Querubim Lapa

    0.41 mi from Acores Lisboa
    1 review

    1956 azulejo panel by master ceramist Querubim Lapa (b.1925)

  • 10
    0.55 mi

    Jardim Zoológico Lisboa

    0.55 mi from Acores Lisboa
    1 review

    um dia bem passado especialmente com crianças

  • 11
    3.64 mi

    Pastéis De Belém

    3.64 mi from Acores Lisboa
    69 reviews

    Just like beignets in New Orleans or churros in Spain, the custard filled pastries at Pastéis De Belém are culinary icons of Lisbon. They are so delicious that you want to have more (and wouldn’t mind standing in line). You can eat them inside with a cup of coffee or you can get them “to go”.

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  • 12
    2.41 mi

    Praça do Comercio

    2.41 mi from Acores Lisboa
    49 reviews

    Right by the Tejo River, in Baixa, the heart of the city. This is the easiest place to catch trams to Alfama and up Castelo São Jorge. Note: beware of pickpockets on those trams, it's not a myth, one tried to pick mine, they dress like your regular tourist and usually work in tandems, an older guy trying to distract ...

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  • 13
    2.17 mi

    São Jorge Castle

    2.17 mi from Acores Lisboa
    48 reviews

    Chegar la é um passeio e tanto, tomar o eletrico pelas estreitas ruas ate o castelo é uma aventura. A vista do Castelo é fantastica. Vale a pena ver

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  • 14
    2.92 mi

    Torre de Belem

    2.92 mi from Acores Lisboa
    37 reviews

    Belém Tower is a fortified tower located in the parish of Santa Maria de Belém. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of the significant role it played in the Portuguese maritime discoveries of the era of the Age of Discoveries.It was from the beach in Belém that Vasco da Gama set sail to discover the sea route to ...

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  • 15
    2.13 mi

    Elevador Santa Justa

    2.13 mi from Acores Lisboa
    43 reviews

    You have to wait a loooooong time to use the elevator... Better use the streets and stairs of the surroundings: You will see more of Lisbon and wont become bugged because of all the tourists!

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  • 16
    3.75 mi

    Mosteiro dos Jerónimos

    3.75 mi from Acores Lisboa
    34 reviews

    Awesome. The church is fantastic, huge and really interesting. One of the best places to see in Lisbon.

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  • 17
    2.09 mi

    Bairro Alto

    2.09 mi from Acores Lisboa
    28 reviews

    O Bairro Alto não é um bairro qualquer. Bares, lojas excêntricas, ruelas estreitas, escadarias, miradouro, fado. Se encontra de tudo por lá. Muitos bares com música ao vivo. Ponto de encontro dos jovens que curtem conhecer novas pessoas e pagar pouco para beber.

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  • 18
    2.17 mi

    Castelo de S. Jorge

    2.17 mi from Acores Lisboa
    30 reviews

    Definitely go to Castelo São Jorge for stunning views over the city.

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  • 19
    2.49 mi


    2.49 mi from Acores Lisboa
    25 reviews

    Alfama is the old part of town that leads up to the castle. It's fun to take a trolley through Alfama, but it's also a great place to walk very slowly because everything is so beautiful.

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  • 20
    2.36 mi

    Streets and Stairways of Alfama

    2.36 mi from Acores Lisboa
    22 reviews

    A must see if you come to Lisbon! I loved just wandering around the streets and seeing all of the old buildings, beautiful tiles, and enigmatic colors that bombard you throughout the neighborhood.

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