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Taking up residence inside the southern wing of Santa Apolónia Station, The Editory Riverside – Santa Apolónia is in the heart of the best that Lisbon has to offer, resting just east of the city’s historic center between the hilly Alfama neighborhood and the Tagus Estuary. As convenient as it is picturesque, its prime location makes it an ideal starting point for exploring the Portuguese capital city, with trains, buses, taxis, boats, and the Lisbon Metro mere steps from the lobby. Other popular districts like Baixa, Bairro Alto, Chiado, and Graça are also close by.

Nearest Airport

Humberto Delgado Airport / Lisbon Airport (LIS) Alameda das Comunidades Portuguesas, 1700-111 Lisbon, Portugal 7.4 km/4.6 miles, between a 14- to 35-minute drive

Hotel Address

Av. Infante Dom Henrique 1 1 Piso, 1100-105 Lisbon, Portugal, Lisbon

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Historic Hotels Worldwide Recommended Points of Interest

  • Aqueduto Das Águas Livres (Aguas Livres Aqueduct)

    Aqueduto das Águas Livres (Aguas Livres Aqueduct)

    Discover this historic Gothic-style aqueduct that spans some 8 miles.

  • Cabo Da Roca (Cape Roca)

    Cabo da Roca (Cape Roca)

    Travel to the westernmost point of continental Europe and the Eurasian landmass with a visit to Cabo da Roca, part of a national park with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and a lighthouse that first started operating in 1772. 

  • Castelo De São Jorge

    Castelo de São Jorge

    Explore the history of this iconic Moorish castle from the 11th century.

  • Convento Do Carmo (Carmo Convent Ruins And Museum)

    Convento do Carmo (Carmo Convent Ruins and Museum)

    Stand amid the atmospheric ruins of the Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, which was destroyed by an earthquake in 1755, then wander through the sacristy's small archaeological museum.

  • Feira Da Ladra Flea Market (Thieves' Market)

    Feira Da Ladra Flea Market (Thieves' Market)

    Search for a souvenir at the Feira da Ladra. Also known as the "Thieves' Market," this flea market has been in operation since the 13th century. 

  • Fundação Das Casas Fronteira E Alorna

    Fundação das Casas Fronteira e Alorna

    Discover the beautiful artwork and landscaped gardens at this terrific 17th-century palace.

  • LX Factory

    LX Factory

    Revel in the hip, artistic atmosphere of LX Factory, a complex of restaurants, bars, art studios, and shops selling vintage and handmade goods, all set inside a 19th-century industrial warehouse setting. 

  • Miradouro Da Nossa Senhora Do Monte

    Miradouro da Nossa Senhora do Monte

    Explore amazing views of the entire city from the Miradouro da Nossa Senhora do Monte.

  • Miradouro De Santa Luzia

    Miradouro de Santa Luzia

    Take in panoramic views of Lisbon's historic Alfama district and the Tagus River from this observation deck. 

  • Mosteiro De São Vicente De Fora (São Vicente De Fora Church And Monastery)

    Mosteiro de São Vicente de Fora (São Vicente de Fora Church and Monastery)

    Inaugurated in 1629, this church is adorned with exceptional 18th-century tiled panels and illustrated scenes from LaFontaine’s Fables.

  • Mosteiro Dos Jerónimos (Jerónimos Monastery)

    Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (Jerónimos Monastery)

    Discover the history of this Gothic Manueline-style monastery.

  • Museu Nacional Do Azulejo

    Museu Nacional do Azulejo

    Discover the decorative azulejo tiles of this magnificent 16th-century church.

  • Museu De Artes Decorativas

    Museu de Artes Decorativas

    Situated in the 17th-century Azurara Palace, this brilliant museum gives a picture of aristocratic life in the 18th and 19th centuries. 

  • National Coach Museum

    National Coach Museum

    Wander past regal vehicles from the 16th to 19th centuries, from royal carriages to sedan chairs, at the National Coach Museum, housed in the former riding ring for the Palace of Belém.

  • Padrão Dos Descobrimentos (Monument Of The Discoveries)

    Padrão dos Descobrimentos (Monument of the Discoveries)

    Honor the Portuguese Age of Exploration at the Monument of the Discoveries, which sits on the bank of the Tagus River where ships once set sail for adventure and trading opportunities in India and East Asia.

  • Panteão Nacional (National Pantheon)

    Panteão Nacional (National Pantheon)

    Experience the stunning Baroque architecture of this 17th-century church.

  • Parque Eduardo VII

    Parque Eduardo VII

    Explore the Parque Eduardo VII, Lisbon's largest urban oasis and one of its most identifying landmarks.

  • Pastéis De Belém

    Pastéis de Belém

    Tuck into one of Portugal's famed egg custard tarts, or "pastel de nata," at this "pastelaria," a pastry shop that is said to possess the original recipe of the storied sweet and has been baking them since 1837. 

  • Sé De Lisboa (Lisbon Cathedral)

    Sé de Lisboa (Lisbon Cathedral)

    Discover this ancient 12th-century cathedral, which features a brilliant mixture of historic architectural styles.

  • Torre De Belém (Belém Tower)

    Torre de Belém (Belém Tower)

    Explore the medieval Torre de Belém, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Tram 28

    Tram 28

    Journey through some of Lisbon's most popular and historic neighborhoods from Tram 28, part of the city's fleet of iconic yellow electric trams, which have been operating since 1901.