Book outdoor Venues in Lisbon

Clientlogo Mobile
Clientlogo Mobile

Popular outdoor Venues in Lisbon

Discover outdoor venues in venues in Lisbon

What clients say about us

Emily Weguelin
Emily Weguelin
Read More
"I worked with the team to plan an event from London and had the most incredible service and experience. A highly professional and organised team, who were always one step ahead…"​
Ngoc Bui
Ngoc Bui
Read More
"The service was excellent, friendly and efficient! Spacehuntr managed to find us the perfect venue within a very short time and I love how they really listen to meet every customer's need." ​​
Mahmoud Al Marei
Mahmoud Al Marei
Read More
"Very impressed with the service! After landing on their site I was able to get direct chat support, a couple hours later they found me the perfect venue with amazing catering for a very good price." ​​

A Guide to Outdoor Events in Lisbon

On a hill by the mighty Tagus river, Lisbon works its magic. It’s steep, compact, and totally magical. And you can be part of it. Just follow this guide to outdoor events in Lisbon and viola! 

The Best Areas in Lisbon to Host Outdoor events 

  • Alcântara – So Alcântara isn’t technically part of the city. But if you ask any local, it’s as part of Lisbon as any other neighbourhood. It sits by the river Tagus. Down by the dock you have lots of bars, and in the rejuvenated LX Factory District you’ve got vibrant offices, shopping, and restaurants. You’ll find a great variation in outdoor venues here, from poolside terraces to homely patios.
  • Graça and São Vicente – Graça and São Vicente are two of the most charming and oldest neighbourhoods of this old and charming city. You’ll get remarkable views of the river, as well as iconic landmarks such as the National Pantheon and the Igreja de São Vicente. The streets are tight and atmospheric and are full of antique shops and open markets. Outdoor venues here are generally smaller, but make up for it in magical Lisbon character.
  • Avenida da Liberdade – Avenida da Liberdade is a sweeping 19th century boulevard. It’s regal, and well to do, full of fancy hotels, designer shops, and a whole lot of grandeur in between. It has manicured green spaces and palm trees to accentuate that exotic feel. Outdoor events here are most definitely stately and a show of luxury, typically on premium rooftop terraces. 

How to Get to Your Outdoor Event in Lisbon

Some cities have metro maps that give you a sore head at first sight. Lisbon has four metro lines, which means you don’t need to take half an hour to make sense of the network map. To make things easy, each line has its own colour and is named after the terminal station.

One thing you have to admire about Lisbon’s metro system is its intuitiveness. Unlike some cities where it takes half an hour to decipher which line is going where, Lisbon has 4 lines, each with its own colour. 

It runs from 6.30 am to 1 am daily. It’s relatively cheap as well, with a 24-hour pass costing €6 and a single costing only €1.90. For a more comprehensive reach of all the city’s corners, the bus network has you covered, it goes everywhere and anywhere and costs only €1.80 for a single. 

And finally, there are the iconic Cacilheiro ferries. There are three ferry terminals sitting on the mighty river Tagus, which are all interconnected with the bus and metro network. The Cacilheiro will take you to the southern bank of the river to places like Cacilhas, Seixal and Montijo and only costs you €1.25 for a single!


Public Transport

      • Buses: 162, 724, 727, 732, 751, 756. 
      • Metro: Amarela and Verde Line. 
      • Train: Cascais-cais Do Sodre Express, Castanheira Do Ribatjo – Alcântara.

Secure Parking Garages in Alcântara

      • Estacionamento Alcântara Rocha – R. da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa, 1350-352

Graça and São Vicente

Public Transport

      • Buses: 712, 728, 734. 
      • Metro: Azul and Verde Lines. 
      • Train: Cascais-cais Do Sodre Express, Azambuja – Santa Apolonia, Oeiras – Cais do Sodre. 
      • Light Rail: 28E. 

Secure Parking Garages in Graça and São Vicente

      • EMEL Graça – Rua da Verónica 128A.
      • EMEL Damasceno Monteiro – R. Damasceno Monteiro 2.

Avenida da Liberdade 

Public Transport

      • Buses: 711, 732, 736, 744, 753. 
      • Underground: Azul Line. 
      • Train: Cascais-cais Do Sodre Express, Mira Sintra Melecas – Rossio, Sintra – Rossio. 

Secure Parking Garages in Avenida da Liberdade  

      • Estacionamento – Avenida da Liberdade 245
      • Estacionamento Alexandre Herculano – R. Mouzinho da Silveira 1250-165.

The Weather

Asking why you should host outdoor events in Lisbon is pretty self-explanatory. Just look at the weather you can expect. You’ll have average highs into the ’20s (°C) all the way from April through to the end of October! 


      • Average High: 15°C
      • Average Low: 8°C
      • Rain: 10 days 


      • Average High: 16°C
      • Average Low: 9°C
      • Rain: 8 days 


      • Average High: 18°C
      • Average Low: 10°C
      • Rain: 6 days 


      • Average High: 20°C
      • Average Low: 12°C
      • Rain: 7 days 


      • Average High: 22°C
      • Average Low: 14°C
      • Rain: 5 days 


      • Average High: 25°C
      • Average Low: 16°C
      • Rain: 2 days 


      • Average High: 28°C
      • Average Low: 18°C
      • Rain: 0 days 


      • Average High: 28°C
      • Average Low: 18°C
      • Rain: 1 day


      • Average High: 26°C
      • Average Low: 17°C
      • Rain: 3 days 


      • Average High: 23°C
      • Average Low: 15°C
      • Rain: 8 days 


      • Average High: 18°C
      • Average Low: 12°C
      • Rain: 9 days 


      • Average High: 15°C
      • Average Low: 9°C
      • Rain: 10 days

Great Catering Services for Outdoor Events in Lisbon

Food Story: Food Story like to surprise their guests, and they like creative solutions. All the while, they respect and pay homage to the rich legacy of Portuguese cuisine. They offer cocktails, fine dining, desserts, coffee breaks and food station services. And as for presentation, they’re great for outdoor events that are classy to the core. 

A Cozinha Portuguesa: A Cozinha Portuguesa is great at doing no-nonsense, homely food. Your guests will feel real comfort in their wraps, burgers, pies, salads and more. Great for outdoor events because you don’t need cutlery, you can grab what you want, stay mobile, and eat well. 

Casa da Comida: Casa da Comida is traditional Portuguese cuisine with a contemporary finish. They have an emphasis on being eco-friendly, and adaptable to your needs, whether you want finger snacks or a full 3-course meal. They’re great for outdoor events because their meals are presented with real colour, befitting the warmth of the Lisbon’s outdoors. 

Where to Stay While in Lisbon for Your Outdoor Event

Lisbon is a picturesque seaside city where visitors will be spoilt for choice when it comes to hotels. We have compiled an expert advice article on the best hotels in Lisbon here. And for a brief glimpse into what we’re talking about check out these top picks. 

Elegantly Decorated Hotel with Style 

    • Prices start from €52
    • Star Rating: 4.2
    • Highlights: Portuguese gastronomy, elegant rooms, TV, air-conditioning, safe, mini-bar. 

Luxurious Hotel with Views of Central Lisbon

    • Prices start from €159
    • Star Rating: 4.3
    • Highlights: Modern decor, Bose sound system, balconies, French cuisine, TV, WiFi, mini-fridge, safe. 

Contemporary Hotel in Art Nouveau Building 

    • Prices start from €99
    • Star Rating: 4.7
    • Highlights: Art Nouveau style, art gallery, French balconies, ambient bar, mini-fridge, safe, TV. 

FAQ for outdoor Rooms in Lisbon

Rooftop Terrace - With the city being on a hill overlooking the Tagus, you can imagine it has some spectacular views from its rooftops. 


Top Pick: Unique Pool Venue Overlooking the Tagus


Courtyard - Lisbon’s architecture is defined by its rustic charms and bright colours. No more so than in its historical courtyards. 


Top Pick: Colourful and Authentic Patio for Unique Events

The outdoor venues in Lisbon are best for private dining events and after-work drinks due to most of them being rooftop terraces. That being said, many are versatile to your requests, and you’ll be able to host more work-related events such as meetings and so on. 

The cost of outdoor venues in Lisbon depends mostly on the size, amenities, services, and location. If you want to know more about how outdoor venues in Lisbon are priced or want to discuss your budget, just ask one of our experts.

In most outdoor venues in Lisbon arranging live music and performers is no problem. In Lisbon in particular the famed music style is called Fado, which is usually an acoustic arrangement. For an authentic occasion, you can hire a local musician from ACE.

There is no general rule for outdoor venues in Lisbon when it comes to cancellation policies. We advise all of our clients that the earlier you cancel, the more likely you will be to get a refund. As for Lisbon, you can usually a two-week cancellation limit.