The Lisbon branch of Portugal's tourist office—National Tourism Office (Turismo de Portugal)—is open daily 9–8. It's in the Palácio Foz, at the Baixa end of Avenida da Liberdade. A more rewarding place to get information is the Lisbon Welcome Center, though you may have to wait in a long line. The good news is that the information desk, which is open daily 9–8, is in a small complex with a café, a restaurant, a gallery, and a few shops. There's also a branch at the airport that's open daily 7 am to midnight, and booths at Santa Apolónia (daily 8–1 and 2–4), in Rua Augusta (daily 10–1 and 2–6) and across from Mosteiro de Jerónimos in Belém (daily 10–6).
Lisbon Welcome Center (Praça do Comércio, Baixa, Lisbon, 1100-148. 21/031–2810; 21/845–0660 airport branch. www.askmelisboa.com.)
Turismo de Portugal (National Tourism Office) (Palácio Foz, Praça dos Restauradores, Lisbon, 1250-187. 21/346–3314. www.visitportugal.com.)