Weather Averages for Lisbon in February
Averages for Lisbon in February
February's weather is slightly warmer than that of January, remaining fairly mild.
The average temperature is slightly higher, now reaching as high as 15°C (that's about 59°F), and dips down to a low of 8°C (about 46°F).
The average monthly rain is around 110mm and there is about 5 hours of average daily sunshine.
The average sea temperature is around 15°C (about 59°F), but as the weather is quite unpredictable it would be a good idea to be cautious before going swimming.
It would be best to check the local weather forecast before you travel.
The Hieronymites Monastery is a fascinating building that is well worth a visit.
Dating from the 16th century, there is an impressive stone exterior featuring many carvings and statues, and the interior has many frescoes, columns and vaulted ceilings.
The Praça de Touros do Campo Pequeno is an impressive bullring famed for its orange stone and four towers with huge domes.
Although no longer a working bullring, this is a multi event venue that even includes a shopping centre.
Music lovers will enjoy the International Festival of Classic Guitar, which features a range of performances of Portugese classic guitar.
February events in Lisbon
Lisbon Chocolate Festival (O Chocolate em Lisboa)
6th February 2015 to 9th February 2015
Every year, from 6th February to 9th February, this Chocolate festival is celebrated at Campo Pequeno in Lisbon. Some of the best chocolatiers come together and gather from all over the world as well as Portugal. A huge collection of chocolates, candies, pastries, cakes and many more are displayed and offered.
Rock the Ballet
28th February 2015
An innovative way of ballet with acrobatic choreography of dancers also known as Pop Ballet is performed at Belem Cultural Centre. Hundreads of audiences gather and enjoy this Rock The Ballet event in Lisbon.
28th February 2015 to 4th March 2015
Rio Carnival, a major event in Lisbon, also known as The Lisbon Carnival celebrated at end of winter. The party is celebrated all along the coast where everyone wears masks and juggle down the colorful streets. The Festival mainly takes place in Parque Nações.