The Lisboa Card (Lisbon Card) is the official Lisbon tourist pass. It gives visitors unlimited use of the city’s public transport as well as free access to more than 30 museums, monuments, and other landmarks.
Museums and attractions included
These are some of the attractions and museums included in the tourist pass:
- Jerónimos Monastery
- Belém Tower
- National Palace of Queluz
- National Palace of Sintra
- Batalha Monastery
- Alcobaça Monastery
- Convent of Christ
- Archaeology Museum
- Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
- National Tile Museum
- National Coach Museum
You’ll get discounts from 10% to 50% on all other attractions in Lisbon.
Is the Lisboa Card worthwhile?
The Lisboa Card is worthwhile for travelers who wish to explore Lisbon thoroughly. If you're in Lisbon for a few days, it's probably not worth it since you won’t have time to use public transportation or visit enough attractions to make it worthwhile. If you wish to eat in the restaurants included in the Card, then it becomes a little more interesting.
If you’re a student or have the European Youth Card, the Lisboa Card is definitely not worth purchasing, since most attractions offer important discounts to young people.
Prices of the Lisboa Card
You can either get a 24, 48, or 72-hour Lisboa Card, depending on how many days you’ll be in Lisbon.
|1 day||€ 21 (US$ 22.70)||€ 13.50 (US$ 14.60)|
|2 days||€ 35 (US$ 37.80)||€ 19.50 (US$ 21)|
|3 days||€ 44 (US$ 47.50)||€ 23 (US$ 24.80)|
Where to purchase the Lisboa Card?
You can buy the Lisboa Card at the Lisbon Airport, in the Praça do Comércio and Restauradores Square. However, to avoid the long lines which form to get the card, we recommend that you buy yours in advance by clicking here.