If you’re one of those people who can’t take it easy even during holidays, or if you can only rest, even on holiday, when you’re absolutely worn out, then Lisbon is the ideal destination for you. Whether you prefer getting lost on walking trails in Monsanto or running by the river, the backdrop to any open-air sport is always stunning. Add to these various semi-Olympic public swimming pools where you can take a few strokes when the sea is off limits. There are football and rugby clubs with open training sessions; various marinas and water sport centres where you can take a diving course or try your hand at sailing; and several horse-riding centres where you can see the magnificent Lusitano breed and improve your riding posture.
Dare your family and friends and come have fun in a total safety environment, overcoming obstacles and breaking barriers.
Enjoy Lisbon and the River Tagus in all their glory in one place. With a view of two stunning buildings and access to the pure sea air, this walk is ideal for... walking.
Escala 25 is the first monitored outdoor sport climbing complex in Lisbon, with 12m-high walls, a full arch, a bouldering center, and more.
Discover Lisbon on two wheels, exploring another way of seeing the city. The cycle paths are not inter-connected, but they are a great way to explore certain parts of the capital.