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  • Property
    Turim Europa
  • Resort
  • Location
    Lisbon, Portugal
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Turim Europa

Just a 5-minute walking distance from the Marquês de Pombal Square in central Lisbon, this upscale establishment offers the ideal accommodation for those eager to explore all this enchanting city has to offer. Picoas metro stop is only 348 metres from the hotel, and Rossio Square is 1 kilometre away. Avenidas Novas is a great choice for travellers interested in gourmet food and discovering the monuments of the city. The hotel offers a choice of air-conditioned guest rooms featuring modern services such as Wi-Fi internet connection and flat-screen TV, decorated in a modern style with parquet floors and wooden furniture. A wide choice of facilities are offered at this hotel, including a restaurant serving international cuisine and a bar offering light meals, afternoon teas and evening cocktails. Guests can also enjoy a moment of relaxation in the reading room or benefit from the car rental service.

Rua São Sebastião da Pedreira 19


Helpful & Efficient

My booking was directly with a Zita rather than online. She was very helpful and I would be happy to recommend her and Click & Go. I will not travel until the end of the month so I cannot comment on the holiday itself at this time. I have previously travelled with Click & Go to Dubrovnik and had an excellent experience.


Room Facilities

  • Extra beds on demand
  • 220V power supply
  • Wi-fi
  • Room size (sqm)
  • Number of bedrooms
  • Living room
  • Cot on demand
  • Bathroom
  • Shower
  • TV
  • Safe
  • Wheelchair-accessible
  • Disability-friendly bathroom
  • NOT AVAILABLE: Smoking rooms

Hotel Facilities

  • Wi-fi
  • Car hire
  • Multilingual staff
  • Gym
  • Conference room
  • Currency exchange facilities
  • Business centre
  • Café
  • Restaurant
  • Cloakroom
  • Bar
  • Airport Shuttle *
  • Fax *
  • Non-smoking area
  • 24-hour reception
  • Hotel safe *
  • Lift access
  • Mobile phone coverage
  • Wired Internet *
  • Room service *
  • Laundry service *
  • Medical service
  • Wheelchair-accessible
  • Car park


  • City Centre: 500 m
  • Nearest Bus / Metro Stop: 200 m
  • Beach: 20 km
  • Entertainment Area: 500 m
  • Golf Course: 40 km
  • Bus/train Station: 1 km

Tourist Attractions

  • Parque Eduardo Vii: 950 m
  • El Corte Ingles: 700 m
  • Avenida Liberdade: 1.2 km
  • Museu Calouste Gulbenkian: 1 km
  • Praça Do Rossio: 1.9 km


  • * indicates service is at extra charge

Resort Information


Steep, narrow streets and magnificent architectural features are the hallmarks of Lisbon and the city is at the same time grand yet modest, ancient yet modern, but always warm and friendly.

The capital of Portugal, Lisbon is a glorious city to discover and first-time visitors will delight in the wonderful historical buildings, broad avenues and busy maritime port. Built on seven hills, Lisbon is located at the mouth of the river Tagus (Rio Tejo) and from the dizzy heights of Bairro Alto, walking the cobbled alleys, mosaic patterned pavements and tiled facades, is to see Lisbon at its best. The launch pad for voyages of the intrepid explorer Vasco da Gama, Prince Henry the Navigator and Ferdinand Magellan, who gave his name to the Magellan Straits, little wonder Lisbon is also known as the City of the Explorers.

Today, intersected by the brilliance of the local yellow trams which trundle along, everything in the city seems alive and vibrant. The medieval Alfama district, Gothic Cathedrals and Torre de Belem represent just a tiny proportion of the architectural treasures the city holds. The thrillingly shabby-chic area of Bairro Alto is home to hosts of trendy coffee houses, open air cafes and music bars, all clinging to the vertiginous streets and all the while, the haunting and melancholic strains of the traditional "Fado" music insinuate throughout.

For all shopping fiends, Lisbon is a paradise. Teeny gift shops, local artisan stores and modern malls will feed the frenzy of materialistic maidens. The most westerly European capital, Lisbon is unique in many ways. As the aristocracy moved to the seaside resorts of Cascais and Estoril in the hot summer months, royalty were already ensconced in magnificent palaces in the sweet village of Sintra.

Worthy of day trips from the city, Lisbon itself can hardly be bettered as a venue for strolling along atmospheric streets, people watching from a smart cafe, admiring fabulous architecture or just soaking up the delicious continental flavour that Lisbon imbues.


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