Airbnb in Lisbon: The best Airbnb apartments in Lisbon
What could be better than renting an Airbnb apartment during a holiday in Lisbon and enjoy the city like locals do?
To rent an Airbnb apartment in Lisbon, you will have to choose between many different lodgings: some are situated at ground floor level, or perched on a hill, or overlooking the Tagus or a public square…
Here is our selection of the best Airbnb apartments for rent in Lisbon. We advise you to choose according to the quarter which attracts you the most: Alfama if you want to stay in the old town, Chiado if you are a culture aficionado, Bélem if you seek tranquility, or Bairro Alto if you are in a party mood…
Unless otherwise stated, the quoted prices are for one night and two people and are valid at the time of publication of this article.
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A small apartment in Alfama with a terrace in the street
A small apartment on the ground floor, with a terrace in the street. Situated in the Alfama district, you will be at the heart of Lisbon’s popular festivities… For better or for worse: if you are looking for a calm area, avoid this neighborhood during the holiday season in June.
Loft with terrace in Chiado
A split-level loft in Chiado, the cultural district of Lisbon. This apartment is a small nest of love bathed in light, perched on the top floor, with a pretty terrace perfect to enjoy your breakfast in the sun!
Apartment with a view of the Tage in Bélem
An Airbnb apartment in Lisbon offering a splendid view of the Tagus! Though the apartment is well served by public transport, it is close yet outside the city center: calm-seekers will be very happy here, while partygoers and night owls will prefer the Bairro Alto.
In Principe Real, a spacious apartment with terrace
This Airbnb apartment in Lisbon will make you discover the Príncipe Real district, which has the advantage of being both central and quiet. Perched on the heights of the city, the apartment is simple and efficient: it has two bedrooms, luminous, and features a beautiful terrace.
Apartment with garden: a green heaven in Alfama
Nestled in the heart of Alafama, the historic quarter, this apartment features a small patio overflowing with greenery: an oasis to relax and rest after a long day visiting Lisbon.
La casa do azulejo, vintage charm in Alfama
You won’t find a more authentic place to stay. With its facade covered with azulejos – the typical earthenware of the Iberian peninsula -, this small vintage apartment is comfortable, quiet, bright and well situated.
Loft with terrace, in the shade of the Santa Catarina church in Chiado
A well-renovated loft, which skilfully combines the details that make your stay worthwhile: a well-equipped kitchen, comfortable beds, and a pretty terrace overlooking Santa Catarina church. Just far away enough to enjoy a quiet atmosphere, while having access to lively places on foot.
Studio with roof terrace in Bairro Alto
Avoid this apartment if you’re a light sleeper, as this small studio is located in a bustling nightlife area. But if you are the partygoer type, you can cross the threshold with confidence: well maintained, the studio includes a wonderful small terrace overlooking the rooftops of Lisbon.
Amongst friends: a rooftop in Principle Real
The best Airbnb rental option in Lisbon: a fairly classic interior (two bedrooms, modern decoration), and a rooftop offering a magnificent view of Lisbon. The price is a little high for two but remains within reach for four people.
With family: a split-level apartment with terrace in Bairro Alto
A very well located duplex: quiet, and yet very close to Bairro Alto. It has no less than two terraces, one to the north, the other to the south… The ideal place to eat in the sun at any time! An ideal option for a family or a group of friends.
The city of Lisbon offers Airbnb accommodation options in abundance. Beyond this selection, you will find many other apartments for rent on Airbnb.
And you, have you ever rented an Airbnb in Lisbon?
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