Amadora

Inserted in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, Amadora borders Lisbon, Odivelas, Sintra and Oeiras. Due to its proximity to the capital, it is highly sought after by the population, being currently one of the municipalities with the highest population density in the country. Considered as a rich place in water and fertile soils, it is not surprising that the traces of Roman occupation are mainly linked to agricultural exploitation. For many years, it was occupied by people linked to farmers, but in the course of the 17th and 18th centuries, the first nobles began to appear who chose the land as a leisure area. Today, there are numerous green spaces throughout the area, designed so that the population can relax, thus escaping the hustle and bustle of the city, being nicknamed "Garden City".

What to do in Amadora

Where to eat in Amadora

Where to sleep in Amadora

Ibis Lisboa Alfragide
Ibis Lisboa Alfragide

2 star

Hotel opened in 2008, spacious, with modernly furnished rooms and comfortable. It is located five kilometres from the Centre of Lisbon, 10 kilometres from the …

Hotel Nova Cidade
Hotel Nova Cidade

1 star

Small hotel well located, with traditional decor, providing a comfortable stay at moderate prices. Offers 25 well-equipped rooms, bar service and breakfast.

Holiday Inn Express Lisboa Alfragide
Holiday Inn Express Lisboa Alfragide

Space located in the business district of Alfragide, more specifically in Off. There are family rooms for two adults and two children under the age of 18 yea…

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