Lisbon may not be the most jogger-friendly city due to its hilly topography. Walking up and down those hills may be enough to keep you fit. However, if you’re after a more serious workout, there is no shortage of modern well-equipped health and fitness centers. You’ll be able to find one in your neighborhood.
Besides sweating it out at the gym, you’ll be able to find local soccer clubs, yoga classes, indoor swimming pools, and activities like archery and tennis.
Popular Fitness Centers
Here is a list of some of Lisbon’s most popular gyms:
The Strength Clinic offers world-class training and coaching as well as nutrition advice, osteopathy, and physiotherapy services. This gym offers a lot but is quite expensive compared with other gyms. Check out their membership options here.
Time to Fitness 24 has the slogan ‘make muscles, not excuses.’ It offers personal trainers, lady fitness classes, and all the usual weight and fitness machines. It is open 24/7, 365 days a year. Check out their membership options here.
Fitness Hub has various locations around Lisbon and offers classes and fitness programs. It is affordable and a favorite with ex-pats. Check out the membership options here.
Crisliotti – Namaste offers classes in Hatha Yoga and meditation.
Yoga Lab Lisboa is a school dedicated to yoga and meditation.
Lisbon Casuals Football Club. If you are into playing football, this club welcomes all ages, male or female, and all abilities for a casual game of football.
Atletico Clube de Portugal has all levels of football teams depending on your age, sex and ability. Children’s teams also.
Archery, Martial Arts, Qi Gong,
In Lisbon, you can find municipal pools both indoor and outdoor.
Restelo Piscina is located in the Belem municipality. It has a twenty-five-meter pool as well as a twelve and a half meter learning pool. It offers a range of activities from water aerobics to classes for babies. Check out the activities offered and pool fees here.
Gesloures manages four modern swimming complexes in Loures, Portela, Santa Iria de Azóia and Santo António dos Cavaleiros districts. Classes and activities are available for all ages, from babies to the elderly.
Lisbon has no shortage of beauty salons, hairdressers, nail salons, and cosmetic surgery options.
For a list of recommended hairdressers in Lisbon, see here.
For a list of recommended nail salons in Lisbon, see here.
For a list of recommended beauty salons for facials, skincare, and massage in Lisbon, see here.
For a list of the recommended clinics for cosmetic surgery, see here.