Located in the municipality of Oeiras, the town of Barcarena has in its centrality of accesses a decisive strategic factor. 20 minutes away from Lisbon, a European capital renowned for its picturesque modernity, hospitable people, and cultural offer keeping up with the great European capitals, HILLTOP OASIS also benefits from its proximity to the historic villages of Cascais and Sintra.
Located between the capital, the beaches of the Cascais Line, and the romantic beauty of the Sintra palaces, wrapped in its mystical natural landscape, at Hilltop Hostel you will find the comfort, privacy and tranquility necessary for a pleasant stay, away from the confusion of the great urban centers and touristic attractions.
Inserted in a bucolic landscape and with a clear view, at Hilltop you can rest and enjoy the nature surroundings of the property, without renouncing the cultural and gastronomic proposals that the region of Lisbon has to offer.

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Palácio Nacional de Queluz
The National Palace of Queluz is an 18th century palace located in the city of Queluz in the municipality of Sintra. One of the last large buildings in rococo style erected in Europe, the palace was built as a summer retreat for Dom Pedro of Bragança. It was classified as a National Monument in 1910.
Belém / Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
Belém is an area of Lisbon deeply linked to the Discoveries, from where the Portuguese left to explore the Sea and discover the World. The Jeronimos Monastery has, since 2016, the status of National Pantheon. A culminating point of Manueline architecture, this monastery is the most remarkable Portuguese monastic complex of its time and one of the main European churches. is classified as a National Monument since 1907 and in 1983 was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, along with the Torre de Belém. On July 7, 2007 it was elected as one of the seven wonders of Portugal.
Praia de Carcavelos / Universidade NOVA School of Business and Economics
The Carcavelos Beach is the first oceanic beach after the mouth of the Tagus river, forming the Estoril Coast with several other beaches. It is frequented by many people, whether or not they do sports, even during the winter. The new campus of the NOVA School of Business and Economics, a university of reference and international prestige, is under construction in this area.
Palácio Nacional da Ajuda
The National Palace Ajuda is a Neoclassical style and imposing building that served the Royal Family as residence and is now largely a museum, a library and also integrating some government departments.
Estoril / Casino Estoril
The so-called "Costa do Sol", or "Portuguese Riviera", begins in Estoril and extends to Cascais. It is where rich, famous and monarchs from various corners of Europe settled during World War II, since Portugal remained neutral and secure. Europe's biggest casino and big hotels were built to welcome them, and it was there that Ian Fleming came up with the idea of creating the James Bond character.
Sintra / Palácio da Pena / Quinta da Regaleira
A picturesque place surrounded by mysticism, Sintra became a privileged place for artists who lived there, worked or sought inspiration in the beginning of the 20th century. Its biggest icons are the Pena Palace and the Quinta da Regaleira. The Pena Palace is one of the main expressions of architectural Romanticism of the nineteenth century in the world, becoming the first palace in this style in Europe.
Marquês de Pombal  Av. Da Liberdade / Pq. Eduardo VII
Av. Da Liberdade: Lisbon's main boulevard is the city's version of Paris' Champs Elysées. It's a tree-lined avenue with cobbled mosaics connecting Praça dos Restauradores to Praça do Marquês de Pombal, topped by the wide and long gardened boulevard Parque Eduardo VII, and known for its luxury stores. This is also a theater district and home to several elegant buildings as Cinema/Teatro São Jorge, Teatro Tivoli and Parque Mayer.
Bairro Alto
Bairro Alto, a neighborhood laid out in 1513, is a place that truly changes from night to day. In daylight this bohemian district is a sleepy place, hungover from the previous night, with not much going on except for the shops down Rua do Norte. When the sun sets a new life begins, with restaurants opening their doors, and crowds showing up to spend their bar-hopping night.  The bars are small, forcing everyone to spill out onto the streets and creating a street party atmosphere. 
For a beach day, a swim, a fresh seafood meal, or simply for a stroll along the sea, Lisbon goes to Cascais. The Citadel of Cascais, with its narrow streets full of small shops and restaurants are in themselves a competitive tourist destination. In the small beach in front, on Sunday mornings you can find the President having his routine dive, whether it is summer or winter.
Chiado/Pç. Luís de Camões
Chiado is Lisbon's most elegant neighborhood and is always in fashion. It's where everyone makes a date for a coffee, to go shopping, or as a meeting place before a dinner in Bairro Alto.
Terreiro do Paço / Praça do Comércio
It is one of the largest squares in Europe and the largest in Lisbon and Portugal. It is surrounded by cafes, restaurants and terraces full of history, as is the case of Martinho da Arcada, Fernando Pessoa's café of choice.
Boca do Inferno
The name "Boca do Inferno" (meaning “Mouth of Hell”) attributed to this place is due to the morphological analogy and the tremendous and frightening impact of the waves that make themselves felt there. With unique characteristics, it is place of leisure where one can enjoy a divine landscape and magnificent sunsets. The site contains a "Mystery", story that involves the poet Fernando Pessoa.
Castelo S. Jorge / Alfama
The Castle of São Jorge is the most visited Portuguese monument and is located at the top of the highest hill of Lisbon, giving a spectacular and panoramic view of the City and the Tagus River. Alfama is a typical neighborhood of Lisbon and birthplace to Portuguese musical style of Fado.
Area known for the famous Guincho beach, very popular among surfers and other water sports enthusiasts for its wind and waves. Several sporting events, national and international, include the Guincho Beach in their circuit.
Parque das Nações / Expo
The eastern part of Lisbon was a very unattractive industrial area when it was chosen to stage the Expo 98. It has since been reborn as a futuristic neighborhood in glass and concrete, where remarkable examples of modern architecture can be found. It is home to the largest concert hall of Portugal - Atlantic Pavilion (MEO Arena), the shopping center Vasco da Gama, the FIL - International Fair of Lisbon and the Lisbon Oceanarium.
Cabo da Roca
It is the westernmost point of mainland Portugal, as well as continental Europe. Luís Vaz de Camões described it as the place "Where the land ends and the sea begins". In the area there is a lighthouse (Cabo da Roca Lighthouse) and a tourist shop. On Sundays it’s a usual concentration and meeting point for several groups of motorcyclists who ride in groups up to it.

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