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Always my favorite city to return to, Lisbon just has a way to pull you in. These 10 beautiful Airbnbs under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal are just a few of the many options to stay in. I love to stay in a local’s apartment when I go — the cozy spaces and welcome by a local is one of the highlights for me. Whether you choose to stay in the Alfama or Bairro Alto, there’s plenty of choices in either neighborhood.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

I typically stay in the Bairro Alto as many of the restaurants I love are in that area. You can check out my head here to get an idea of my favorite places. One tip I would suggest before choosing where you want to stay is starring everywhere you want to go, like restaurants and sights, and seeing where on Google Maps you have the most saved. It will give you a sense of how far everything is.

If you’re headed for the first time, be sure to check out head here to see what else you can do in the area — there’s plenty to see! For all other Portugal posts, head here.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

1. The artsy Bairro Alto Flat.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

2. Stylish apartment in the heart of the city.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

3. Minimal and beautiful Casas do Duque.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

4. The tram 28 Chiado apartment.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

5. The design apartment with a river view.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

6. The chic Chiado loft.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

7. The Alfama getaway with a patio.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

8. The garden apartment with a beautiful outdoor space.

10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

9. The Lisbon Sky View Loft.10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

10. The apartment with the best view in Lisbon10 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

One bonus apartment and a personal favorite, just over $100, the Chiado Loft 1710 Beautiful Airbnbs Under $100 in Lisbon, Portugal

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Use Viator or Get Your Guide to find the best tours and experiences. They are my favorite tour search engines. I always check both as their inventory varies depending on the destination.

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Jessica

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