Lisbon is a safe city, there's no doubt about it. 
Just keep in mind the following tips:
LUGGAGE

 

At airports, bus and railway stations while waiting for transport, as well as in hotel lobbies, it is important not to lose sight of your luggage. On platforms, at bus stops and inside vehicles, keep your bags closed and in sight.

 

SCAMS

 

Card sharps. Games of chance and shell games, tarot cards readers and beggars often have fraudulent intentions. Don't let them fool you. Be aware of anyone asking for money for unfamiliar causes. Street peddlers Itinerant selling on the street without a permit is illegal. Both buying and selling are prohibited and you could be fined.

PERSONAL EFFECTS

 

On the street, only carry those items that are strictly necessary, and better still if you can make use of interior pockets and bags that you can close. In parks, on terraces and at the beach, keep your personal belongings close to you. Pay especially attention to your belongings in the legendary 28 tram.

Do's and Don'ts: Safety tips

EMERGENCY NUMBER
112

24-hour helpline for medical and safety emergencies.

REMEMBER

YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO LISBON, PLEASE  RESPECT THE CITY
Keeping public spaces clean is everyone's responsibility.

 

PEDESTRIANS HAVE PRIORITY

 

Cyclists should ride the lanes provided and give way to pedestrians.

People who use other modes of transport (such as skates, Segways, electric bikes, etc) should inform themselves with the conditions of use and the places where it's permitted to skate/ride.

USE CORRECT WASTE BINS

KEEP NOISE DOWN

DRESS APPROPRIATELY

DON'T DIRTY THE WALLS

TAKE CARE OF URBAN FIXTURES

DON'T USE THE STREET AS A TOILET

 

THANK YOU!

Lisbon’s Metro is the second underground train service in Europe after London that offers free Wi-Fi internet connection to all passengers.


All you’ll have to do is search for the ON-FI network on your Smartphone or tablet.

 

If you’re looking for free Wi-Fi connection in Lisbon, you may find it at several cafés in the city. For password-free connection, head to the Armazéns do Chiado mall, right in the center of the city. The best connection is around the food court on the upper floor. Other malls such as Amoreiras and Colombo also offer the same free service

 

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