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Lisbon 2021

Lisbon is the second-oldest capital city (after Athens) in Western Europe. Home to the delicious Portuguese custard tart, colourful pastel buildings and warm weather and a complex history - it is also the Host City for the next Radiodays Europe 2021 supported by Turismo de Portugal, Turismo de Lisboa and Liboa Camara Municipal.

In anticipation for RDE Lisbon 2021, we suggest you familiarise yourself with Lisbon and WHY you should come. 

  • Portuguese food - tick.

  • Warm weather - tick.

  • Stunning beaches - tick.

The list goes on. Lisbon really is one of the best places to be in March in Europe. The temperate climate and sunshine year-round makes it one of the warmest climates in Europe - the perfect place for your Winter respite. Learn more about Lisbon here!

  Pasteis de Nata


The convention will be held at the Lisbon Congress Centre (CCL)

The Lisbon Congress Centre – CCL, located in close proximity to the historical area of Belem, stands out for the quality of its premises and services. It is a functional and multi-purpose facility, equipped with 8 Auditoriums, 5 Pavilions, 33 Meeting rooms, a Restaurant and two car parks, thus offering the ideal conditions to stage congresses, exhibitions and other events. The Congress Centre is located close to the river Tagus and the historical and cultural heritage of Belem, just a few minutes from the city center, in a prime area with a vast transport supply. It is a comfortable venue for the staging of congresses, conferences, business meetings, fairs, exhibitions and other events.

Power, Currency and Payments:

- Electrical sockets are to European standards – 230/400 voltz on a 50-hertz frequency. Blade plugs have to be used in conjunction with a 230 volts transformer, as well as an adaptor.
- The Euro is the official currency of Portugal
- Payments can be made in cash, bank transfer, cheque, credit cards and debit cards.
- It is recommended to have cash when paying for taxis as not all taxi drivers will accept payment by card.


- Buses: everyday from 5.30am to 12.30am
- Night service available from 12.30am to 5.30am (rede de madrugada)
Metro: everyday from 6.30am to 1am

Services & useful facilities:

- Banks: open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 3pm
- Shopping: Monday to Friday from 10am to 7pm
- Restaurants: Lunch from 12pm to 3pm, dinner from 7pm to 10pm
- Pharmacies: Monday to Friday 9am to  7pm, Saturday 9am to 1pm
There are some 24 hours pharmacies around the city as well.

For more information about the Lisbon Congress Centre location and travel options, go here!