Parking has been regulated for a long time, more often to prohibit or restrict its use on public roads than to organize it…
A Little History
The real parking revolution in Europe was marked in the 1930s by the notion of necessity, which referred to that of legitimate reason for parking, and recognized the legality of paid parking provided that the service to residents was preserved.
You don’t need help
Lisbon by car remains a great way to enjoy the city without relying on public transport.
This is to wonder if some sites are paid to promote the purchase of parking spaces online. Like any city in Europe, it must be paid, but the particularity of Lisbon is its accessibility. it is still possible to find a paid / free seat in less than 5 minutes.
From Marseille to Lisbon
New routes and new themes, the road trip is reinventing itself under the impetus of new players and thanks to new and increasingly efficient vehicles… Continue Reading
Nb. regulated parking spaces: 48.747
Average price: between 20 and 30 euros / day
Access: The Portuguese capital is spread over areas where the more you are in the center, the more expensive parking is on time. These are the green, yellow and red areas. The parking time can be limited to 2 hours (red zone) or 4 hours (green zone and yellow zone) and cost you up to € 3.2 for 2 hours. Parking in the street is expensive, binding and generally applies from Monday to Friday from 8h to 19h or 20h and Saturday from 8h to 18h.
Tip: When a street where parking is free, there is often no place for free … Unless arriving early in the morning, before 9am, to have a chance to park for free! Also make sure there is no sign or time stamp!
24 hours in Lisbon
It’s 8 am and I sit on the terrace in one of the kiosks of Avenida Da Liberdade. I order uma bica (an espresso). Here, the time seems to be slowing down… Continue Reading
Respecially be careful not to exceed the white band that defines the passage of the Tram. If your car passes, the Tram does not pass or it will continue leaving your car a souvenir typical of the region.