The capital of Portugal and thus the largest city of the country is like Porto on the Atlantic coast. Unlike Porto, however, Lisbon is a much livelier metropolis. The cosmopolitan character of other Western European cities with a juxtaposition of tradition, modernity and liberal thinking can also be found here.
With its unpretentious charm, the city is becoming increasingly popular among foreign investors. The city has no internationally known figurehead like the Berlin Wall or the Eiffel Tower. Nevertheless, the city convinces with its great variety of different sights, cultural offer and infrastructure. In addition, the city offers ideal excursions in nearby destinations such as Sintra, Cascais, Mafra, Obidos, Sesimbra. The beautiful beaches at the mouth of the River Tagus can be reached within 30 minutes from the city.
The demand for apartments and houses has increased significantly in recent years in Lisbon. In particular, the letting of tourists by private individuals has increased so much that even politics deal with the impact on the city. There was a great demand for touristic renting licences in Lisbon. Thats why the city has decided to suspend the allocation of new licences in some parts of the city. An official overview can be found here. In the middle and upper price segment, however, the supply is still very varied, the performance is stable and prices are still below the European average. Even in the very trendy suburbs of Sintra, Cascais and Sesimbra, inexpensive houses and villas can be purchased.
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