|Low season||January||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||July||most expensive time to stay|
|57%||expected price decrease|
|41%||expected price increase|
£27 - £108
|Cheapest day of week||Thursday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Wednesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
Lowest Holiday Rental Price
Average Length of Stay
If you are looking for the best place to party in Lisbon, then you are best looking close to the centre of the capital city. More specifically, the neighbourhood of Bairro Alto is well-known for its bars, clubs, and restaurants that keep revellers partying all night long. Staying in the area is perfect for making the most of Lisbon's nightlife, although be prepared for the party to continue until the early hours of the morning! If Bairro Alto isn't your scene, you also have the choice of heading down the hill to the famous Pink Street, where you will find another area that is hugely popular with party-goers in the Portuguese capital.
Families visiting Lisbon will be keen to get an authentic experience of the Portuguese capital, making the most of close proximity to its top attractions. For that reason, families visiting Lisbon should try to find a holiday rental in the historic neighbourhood of Alfama. Here, families can spend the day visiting cultural and historic sites such as São Jorge Castle, take in the breath-taking views from well-loved locations including Miradouro da Graça, and even enjoying some of the best shopping in the city by taking a short walk down to the Chiado area, where you can find some of the top shops in Lisbon.
Nothing can take your holiday to the next level more than the feeling that you are living just like a local, and with your own holiday rental, as opposed to a private hotel, that is precisely what you can get. Many holiday rentals in Lisbon include typical balconies where you can spend your mornings overlooking the city and taking in the many sights and sounds. Furthermore, having your own place gives you much more liberty to experience your very own Portuguese home cooking. Pick up some fresh ingredients at the local supermarket or grocery store, such as the traditional salted codfish (bacalhau) or chouriço, and take it into your very own kitchen where you can cook up some classic dishes such as feijoada, caldo verde, or one of the many dishes that uses bacalhau (a local expression says there are more than one thousand). Don't forget to stock up on the many sweet options too for dessert, such as the world-famous pastel de nata, which is sold in many places around Lisbon. Also, you have the choice of enjoying some Portuguese coffee either at an authentic and charming local café or in the comfort of your own Lisbon holiday rental, where you can also pass the time planning your agenda for the day in Lisbon or trips to nearby sites such as Cascais or Sintra. Lastly, with so much to see and do in the Portuguese capital, having your own holiday rental means you can choose precisely where you want to stay and in what kind of accommodation, whether it’s simple and straightforward or up-market and luxury.
A holiday apartment rental booking of around 2 nights is most popular for those visiting Lisbon.
A holiday rental in Lisbon will generally cost around £93 per night. This figure is taken from average apartment rental searches in Lisbon and prices will vary according to the required size, facilities, and location of the rental.
The cheapest month to rent a holiday apartment in Lisbon is usually January. The cost of your apartment or rental property can be around 58% cheaper in January vs. the high season.
The most popular areas to book Lisbon holiday rentals in are Baixa, Chelas/Olaias, and Parque das Nações.
The number of operators available for hotels in Lisbon is 10,254 as of December 2023.
Prices for hotels in Lisbon are refreshed on a daily basis.