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Avenida Da Liberdade 110, Lisbon, 1269-046

Lisboa | Regus

| Ref 54183 Modern workspace in a well-known districtRun your business at the heart of Lisbon’s leading upmarket business district. Our Avenida da Liberdade 110 workspace enjoys elegant surroundings on a renowned...

Avenida (2 mins)
Restauradores (4 mins)

From £170 pp/pm

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Avenida Da Republica 50, Lisbon, 1050-196

Lisboa | Regus

| Ref 54184 An enviable business location with excellent transport linksBuild your business on one of Lisbon’s best-known avenues in the heart of the city. Avenida da República 50 offers excellent transport links...

Campo Pequeno (1 mins)
Saldanha (6 mins)

From £160 pp/pm

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Torres De Lisboa, Lisbon, 1600-209

Lisbon | Regus

| Ref 54186 Work productively among international businessesJoin a prestigious business community just North of Lisbon’s city centre. Our modern Torres de Lisboa workspace is a favourite of international business...

Telheiras (8 mins)
Alto dos Moinhos (10 mins)

From £160 pp/pm

Lisbon Chiado - Chiado, Rua Ivens 42 - Lisbon

1200-023 | Lisbon | Lisbon

| Ref 17020 Lisbon Chiado is an unassuming building in the centre of the Portuguese capital. But while traditional architecture makes the office modest from the outside, its doors open to reveal a bustling hub of...

Baixa-Chiado (1 mins)
Rossio (4 mins)

From €160 pp/pm

Mercado de Ribeira - Avenida 24 de Julho - Lisbon

1200-479 | Lisboa

| Ref 30165 Light filled spaces in a 19th Century Market located in the heart of Mercado da Ribeira. An eclectic mix of past and future, Lisboa is co-working and community combined. Second Home Lisboa offers flex...

Cais do Sodré (0 mins)
Baixa-Chiado (5 mins)

From €365 pp/pm

Avenida de Liberdade nº10, 1250-144 - Lisbon

1050-113 | Lisboa | Lisbon

| Ref 45518 Located at the most prestigious avenue of Lisbon, in a historical cinema building at Praça dos Restauradores, only 10 minutes away from the river Tejo....

Restauradores (1 mins)
Rossio (4 mins)

From €200 pp/pm

22 Praça da Alegria, 1250-217 - Lisbon

1250-217 | Lisboa | Lisbon

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Avenida (2 mins)
Restauradores (4 mins)

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Avenida da Liberdade 36 - Lisbon

1250-045 | Lisbon | Lisbon

| Ref 27185 At this location, there are fully serviced and furnished offices with different dimensions and capacities available.All spaces have excellent natural light and are equipped with the most modern techno...

Restauradores (3 mins)
Avenida (3 mins)

From €221 pp/pm

129B - Avenida da Liberdade - Lisbon

1250-140 | Lisbon | Lisbon

| Ref 20943 This smart, modern business centre is home to a range of office spaces in Lisbon, as well as a number of excellent features and facilities to help companies to grow and flourish from within it. The bu...

Avenida (1 mins)
Restauradores (5 mins)

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Lisbon, Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbon

1269-046 | Lisbon | Lisbon

| Ref 1280 An impressive, newly constructed, seven storey building in the heart of Portugal's capital city is home to this city's new Business Centre. Located in Lisbon's best business address in a new modern bu...

Avenida (2 mins)
Restauradores (4 mins)

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Lisbon is the capital of the country of Portugal. The city lies on the Atlantic Ocean and the Tagus River. It is the oldest in Western Europe and one of the oldest in the world. Lisbon enjoys a Mediterranean climate and has the warmest winters in Europe. The Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery are the city’s two UNESCO World Heritage sites. This is the largest city in Portugal and the 9th largest in the EU. The capital hosts the headquarters of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries and two of the agencies of the European Union: the European Maritime Safety Agency and European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

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Lisbon is the economic and political centre of Portugal. Major industries include oil extraction, finance, international trade, media and entertainment, arts, education, and tourism. Lisbon’s large seaport contributes to its stature as an important financial centre. The city is home to the Euronext Lisbon stock exchange. The capital also has the most developed mass media sector in Portugal. There are many places in Lisbon with serviced offices to let.

Entertainment And Dining Out

Lisbon offers a lot in terms of sightseeing and entertainment options. Have a picnic in Jardim Botanico, visit the city’s oldest district Alfama, stroll in the gardens of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, and sample the cultural activities at Centro Cultural de Belém and Culturgest. Most restaurants in Lisbon are small and comparatively inexpensive. They are often family run and serve their meals following Mediterranean siesta times. Try traditional Portuguese food in the area of Chiado or Bairro Alto, or pick a restaurant that plays the local domestic fado music. Tasting the Pastéis de Nata at the local Pastelarias is also a must.

Transport Information

Lisbon has its own airport, the Aeroporto da Portela, located just outside the city centre. Several options are available to get from the airport into the city proper: aerobus, metro red line, bus lines 22, 44, 83, 705, 745 or 208, and taxis. By train, the city is approachable through two main stations (Santa Apolónia and Gare do Oriente) as well as numerous smaller stops. The Portuguese train company is called Comboios de Portugal. Two international train services connect Lisbon with Spain and France (Lusitania and Sud Express). By car the city can be reached through six main highways and several bridges, the biggest of which is Vasco da Gama Bridge. You can take a boat to Lisbon and this doubles as an excellent sightseeing opportunity. Getting around the city by public transport is convenient, as Lisbon possesses an efficient public transport network including a refurbished four-line metro as well as its iconic tram network.

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