The monumental glory of Gothic cathedrals, monasteries and museums define the cityscape of this beautiful city of Lisbon in Portugal. The white-bleached limestone buildings, intimate alleyways, and an easy-going charm colour the city with candour of its own. Its history glares through every street and corner populated with heritage buildings and characteristic neighbourhoods where the city first developed and can still be understood and enjoyed at its most authentic level. For an old world time travel, wander through the Baixa district, where age-old herbalists, haberdashers and tailors carry out their profession amongst the baroque streets of the beautiful city centre.A glittering and thriving nightlife renders a contemporary flavour to Lisbon making it a suitable destination for all. The traditional Fado music playing in most of the restaurants and bars of this city will stir you with its melancholy. A panoramic view of the city will draw you attention to River Tagus, whose waterfront is dedicated to leisure activities and forms a nexus between the monumental awe of Belém with the modern world of the Parque das Nações. Your visit to the city can never be consummated without visiting the century-old wooden trams and iron funiculars that still make their presence felt as they find their way among the seven steep hills over which Lisbon lies. The city is most of the times busy with visitors, thus it is advisable to get your accommodation booked in advanced. There is a huge list of renowned hotels in the different parts of the town. Hotel Albatroz, The Oitavos, Oilssippo Lapa Palace, Hotel Altis Avenida, Pestana Palace, Farol Hotel-are some of the best hotels in Lisbon.