Private Jet Flight To Lisbon

Hire A Private Jet To Lisbon

Fly on a private jet to Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal, which offers an irresistible blend of rich history, vibrant culture and stunning landscapes. This centuries-old city is a treasure trove of architectural marvels and scenic views. Alfama, the oldest area of Lisbon, has narrow streets filled with the sound of Fado music and the aroma of traditional Portuguese cuisine such as salted cod. Then there’s the iconic São Jorge Castle, perched high on a hill, offering panoramic views of the city and the Tagus River – a sight that has inspired many artists and poets.

Lisbon’s history is deeply intertwined with oceanic exploration, often referred to as the “Age of Discoveries”. The Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery stand as monumental tributes to this era, both recognised as UNESCO World Heritage sites. The city’s charm extends to its bustling markets, contemporary art scenes and experimental cooking, making it a destination that seamlessly blends the old with the new.

Book your private jet to Lisbon today with Challenge Jet Charter and immerse yourself in the opulence and charm of Portugal’s capital. As you descend over Lisbon, the city’s red-tiled roofs and cobblestone streets come into view. Your journey awaits, promising unmatched luxury and treasured experiences, from booking to homeward bound.

Whether you’re planning a business trip or traveling for leisure, our team is here to offer the top-quality tailored service 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Contact one of our Private Jet advisors and we will help you to arrange your private jet flight with ease, comfort and reliability.

You can call us on +44 203 900 3023 to enquire about private jet flights and costs.

Hire a private jet to Lisbon

Things To Do In Lisbon

Visit the Commerce Plaza in Lisbon
Lisbon Tramway 28


Charter a private jet to Lisbon and explore the historic region of Belém, home to the Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery. These architectural gems reflect the glory of Portugal’s Age of Discoveries. Visitors can explore the Belém Tower’s various levels, each offering unique historical exhibits and breathtaking views. The terrace at the top provides a panoramic view of the river and surrounding areas, making it a perfect spot for photography and sightseeing. Jerónimos Monastery, or Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, is another UNESCO World Heritage site that epitomises the splendour of Manueline style. Constructed in the 16th century to commemorate Vasco da Gama’s voyage to India, the monastery is a masterpiece of intricate stone carvings and grandiose design.

Also, while you’re in Belém, don’t miss out on tasting the famous Pastéis de Belém, a custard tart that has been delighting visitors since 1837. It’s light, sweet and incredibly moreish.


Wander through the intricate streets of Alfama, the heart of Lisbon’s historic and cultural identity. Here, you can enjoy traditional Fado music performances in cosy taverns. Enjoy an intimate evening with live performances at renowned venues like Clube de Fado or A Baiuca, where passionate singers and musicians tell stories of longing, love and loss.

Visit the Fado Museum to learn more about this soulful genre. There are comprehensive exhibits on the evolution of Fado music, its most famous performers and impact on Portuguese culture. Interactive displays and multimedia presentations provide an engaging and educational experience for visitors.


Why not experience Lisbon like a local by hopping on Tram 28? It’s not just a mode of transportation in Lisbon; it’s a journey through time and a quintessential experience for any visitor to the city. This historic yellow tram offers a unique way to explore Lisbon’s most picturesque areas, winding its way through narrow streets, steep hills and bustling squares.

Tram 28 runs from Martim Moniz to Campo de Ourique, covering a distance of about 7 km (4.3 miles). Along this route, it passes through:

• Graça: Known for its vibrant street life and stunning viewpoints
• Alfama: The oldest area in Lisbon, filled with winding streets and historic sites
• Baixa: Lisbon’s city centre, characterised by grand squares and shopping streets
• Estrela: Home to the impressive Estrela Basilica and lush gardens


Indulge in high-end shopping on Avenida da Liberdade, often referred to as Lisbon’s Champs-Élysées. It’s a grand, tree-lined avenue that stretches for over a kilometre from Restauradores Square to Marquês de Pombal Square. This prestigious street is renowned for its high-end shopping (think Hermès, Louis Vuitton and Prada), luxurious hotels and exquisite dining. Check out JNCQUOI, a luxurious dining experience with a menu that blends Portuguese and international flavours. The restaurant’s opulent interior, complete with a fashion and lifestyle store, makes it a must-visit.

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Places To Stay In Lisbon


The Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon offers unparalleled luxury in the heart of the city. This iconic hotel features elegantly designed rooms and suites with stunning views of Eduardo VII Park. Guests can indulge in Michelin-starred dining at Varanda Restaurant, sweat it out on the rooftop running track, or pump some iron in the fitness centre. Once you’ve worked out, you can rejuvenate with bespoke treatments at the hotel’s spa.

The impeccable services and amenities at Four Seasons ensure a truly lavish stay. In addition, it’s located just a 20-minute drive from Lisbon’s airport – Humberto Delgado.


Situated in the vibrant Bairro Alto area, this hotel blends historic charm with modern luxury. Granted with a Conde Nast Traveller Readers’ Choice Award in 2023, this hotel offers stylish rooms and suites with sophisticated décor and state-of-the-art amenities. Guests can savour gourmet cuisine at the award-winning BAHR & Terrace, enjoy panoramic city views from the rooftop terrace, and relax with a variety of beauty treatments within the Wellness & Fitness centre. It offers a tranquil escape with a range of amenities designed to enhance your well-being. Indulge in the sauna, experience the unique sensory shower, or enjoy a rejuvenating session in a dual treatment room, where premium Susanne Kaufmann products are used.

Personalised services and a prime location make this hotel a top choice for well-appointed travellers. It’s just over half an hour’s drive from Humberto Delgado Airport.


Set in a 19th-century palace, the Olissippo Lapa Palace is a haven of luxury and tranquillity. It has been named ‘World’s Leading Classic Hotel’, not just once but twice by the World Travel Awards. Surrounded by lush gardens, this hotel offers opulent rooms and suites with classic décor and modern comforts. Guests can dine at Lapa Restaurant, which serves exquisite Portuguese cuisine, take a dip in the outdoor pool, and enjoy holistic therapies at the spa. The hotel’s attentive service and serene ambience provide an unforgettable experience.

Olissippo Lapa Palace is approximately a 30-minute drive away from Lisbon’s airport.


Located just outside Lisbon in the picturesque Sintra Mountains, The Ritz-Carlton is a large, luxurious retreat. This resort features hundreds of spacious rooms, plus suites and apartments with elegant furnishings and breathtaking views. Guests can tee off at the championship golf course and unwind at the award-winning spa.

Especially attractive for foodies, the hotel offers distinctive culinary experiences at seven exceptional restaurants. LAB by Sergi Arola, a Michelin-starred venue, takes diners on an innovative gastronomic adventure. Midori, also Michelin-starred, offers exquisite Japanese gourmet cuisine. Spices, a Pan Asian restaurant, draws inspiration from Chinese, Japanese, Indian and Thai cuisines. At Arola, Chef Sergi Arola’s influence is evident in the relaxed atmosphere where the concept of tapas is reinvented. Penha Longa Mercatto brings delightful Italian flavours perfect for the whole family. AQUA, a seasonal poolside restaurant, features fresh fish and light meals. Finally, B Lounge, the lobby bar, showcases incredible cocktails crafted by mixologists.

The resort’s exceptional amenities and serene setting make it a perfect escape for luxury travellers. Lisbon’s airport is approximately a 40-minute drive away.

Whether you’re planning a business trip or traveling for leisure, our team is here to offer the top-quality tailored service 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Contact one of our Private Jet advisors and we will help you to arrange your private jet flight with ease, comfort and reliability.

You can call us on +44 203 900 3023 to enquire about private jet flights and costs.

Boats in the Tagus River
National Pantheon in Lisbon

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