Lisbon Paintball & Laser Tag
Lisbon Paintball and Laser Tag Offers An Exciting & Adrenaline Filled Day. Book Below
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What is Paintball?
Lisbon Paintball is a game that began in the 1980. Players shoot at each other with dye-filled, breakable, oil and gelatine paintballs, or pellets, these are shot from a carbon dioxide or compressed air (Nitrogen) powered guns.
Games can be played on indoor or outdoor fields. The field is scattered with objects that the players can use for tactical cover, normally the aim of the game is to capture the flag or shoot every one of your competitors.
What is Laser tag?
Similar to paintball laser tag is a shoot em up game but with lasers. It is much less painful than paintball, ideal for kids. It can also be played indoor and out.
Lisbon Paintball offers many different paintball and lasertag locations, choose your options above.
Why you should visit Lisbon
1. The views are breath-taking and the makes the hills worth it.
2. It has beautiful beaches and perfect for all kinds of beach sports, like volleyball, football and bat and ball.
3. The city is cool, charming, fun and good for your wallet.
4. Lisbon is wellness. The city is beautiful and guaranteed to destress as soon as you leave the plane.
5. It’s a safe city.
6. Lisbon is cool. From the architecture to the rooftop bars Lisbon is a stunning city that will leave you breathless.
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Lisbon Is ...
is a trendy, historic and chilled city. Set on seven hills Lisbon offers amazing views of unique architecture, stunning green spaces and clear blues skies. Take a cruise on the river Tagus for a special and unparalleled experience of Lisbon. Appreciate the beauty of Lisbon from the river.
Nickname: A Cidade das Sete Colinas (The City of Seven Hills), Rainha do Mar (Queen of the Sea)
Lisbon Has ...
6 Marinas in Lisbon. The busiest are Doca de Sao Amaro and Doca de Belem, both marinas are located within the tourist and cultural areas of Lisbon. Doca de Sao Amaro is located in Alcantara underneath the famous April 25th bridge and Doca de Belem is located in Belem close to Belem tower, Padrão dos Descobrimentos and the Jerónimos Monastery.
Lisbon Receives ...
up to 2,600 hours of sun each year and more than 300 days of sunshine. Perfect for your Lisbon Corporate Event and group parties.
Name origin: lisboa, Portuguese derivative of the Phoenician Allis Ubbo for safe harbour; Latin Ulyssippo after Ulysses; and/or Roman Olissipona, for the name of the Tagus.