November is a great month to visit Lisbon because the weather in Lisbon during november is great for touring and sightseeing as autumn offers mild temperatures and mainly fewer crowds. There are also many restaurants, bars, clubs, museums, and enough things to do in Lisbon to keep you entertained for weeks even in november. So what should you visit?
Alfama, Lisbon's oldest quarter, are among the city’s most captivating. There are dozens of small restaurants, cafés, and Fado clubs throughout the district, many of which are still frequented by locals. If you want to know this part better, check out our Alfama tours enjoy those picturesque streets of the most delicate and enigmatic neighborhoods of Lisbon with some of the most remarkable sights.
Lisbon’s most historical region full of monumental attractions. Marvel at UNESCO World Heritage–listed monuments including Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery, and discover sites of interest such as the Discoveries Monument and the Jardim Afonso de Albuquerque. If you want to see it all, check out our Lisbon tours including Jerónimos Monastery tours and Belém Tower tours.
Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, just a 40-minute train ride away from Lisbon. Located in a green mountainscape of country estates, parks, a medieval castles and palaces, including the Palace of Sintra, that was a residence for the Portuguese royalty. Check out our Sintra tours and step into fairy tale, full of palaces, chapels, parks with lakes, grottoes, wells, benches, fountains etc.
But there are many other things to do in Lisbon, so if you want to see them all, check out our Lisbon tours to explore it in the best way!