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The Baixa district is the heart of Lisbon and comprises of magnificent plazas, wide avenues and grand Pombaline architecture. The district is popular with tourists, as contained within Baixa are many of Lisbon’s major tourist attractions, along with a huge variety of restaurants and outstanding hotels. Baixa’s avenues and plazas are crowded with Portuguese shoppers and tourists, and there is a lively and vibrant atmosphere about the district.
Baixa-Chiado
The Baixa district is the heart of Lisbon and comprises of magnificent plazas, wide avenues and grand Pombaline architecture. The district is popular with tourists, as contained within Baixa are many of Lisbon’s major tourist attractions, along with a huge variety of restaurants and outstanding hotels. Baixa’s avenues and plazas are crowded with Portuguese shoppers and tourists, and there is a lively and vibrant atmosphere about the district.
Alfama is a delightful maze of narrow cobbled streets and ancient houses, which lead up the steep hill from the Tejo Estuary to the Castelo de São Jorge. Contained within this diverse and charismatic district are many of Lisbon’s most important historic buildings, including the Se Cathedral, the Castelo de São Jorge, the Panteão Nacional and the Igreja de Santo António. For visitors, Alfama is a joy to visit and is often best explored by simply getting lost within the labyrinth of alleys and side streets. Around every corner or steep climb, is a delightful plaza, a trendy café, an independent shop or panoramic viewpoint. If you are new to Lisbon, we recommend that Alfama should be the first district that you begin your discovery of the city.
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Alfama
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Alfama is a delightful maze of narrow cobbled streets and ancient houses, which lead up the steep hill from the Tejo Estuary to the Castelo de São Jorge. Contained within this diverse and charismatic district are many of Lisbon’s most important historic buildings, including the Se Cathedral, the Castelo de São Jorge, the Panteão Nacional and the Igreja de Santo António. For visitors, Alfama is a joy to visit and is often best explored by simply getting lost within the labyrinth of alleys and side streets. Around every corner or steep climb, is a delightful plaza, a trendy café, an independent shop or panoramic viewpoint. If you are new to Lisbon, we recommend that Alfama should be the first district that you begin your discovery of the city.
If you want to know where everyone is on Saturday night, chances are good that it’s Bairro Alto. This windy, hilly neighbourhood is filled with bars and has a bohemian vibe, making it one of the coolest places in the city. There are also restaurants, cafés, tattoo parlours and hostels in addition to the ever-present historical landmarks. It’s not just for hanging out in, either; the side streets are filled with apartments and those who can handle the busy weekends love the central location.
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Bairro Alto
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If you want to know where everyone is on Saturday night, chances are good that it’s Bairro Alto. This windy, hilly neighbourhood is filled with bars and has a bohemian vibe, making it one of the coolest places in the city. There are also restaurants, cafés, tattoo parlours and hostels in addition to the ever-present historical landmarks. It’s not just for hanging out in, either; the side streets are filled with apartments and those who can handle the busy weekends love the central location.
Technically, Alcântara is a parish of the district of Lisbon but locals consider it part of the city. Situated between downtown and Belém, it’s a neighbourhood along the river where visitors will find Docas de Santo Amaro (a dock filled with bars and restaurants) and the LX Factory (a renovated factory building complex that’s been converted into shops, offices, restaurants and more).
Alcântara
Technically, Alcântara is a parish of the district of Lisbon but locals consider it part of the city. Situated between downtown and Belém, it’s a neighbourhood along the river where visitors will find Docas de Santo Amaro (a dock filled with bars and restaurants) and the LX Factory (a renovated factory building complex that’s been converted into shops, offices, restaurants and more).
This trendy neighbourhood is west of Avenida da Liberdade and north of Bairro Alto. The buildings here are grander than many other neighbourhoods in Lisbon, giving off a pricey vibe, and its name even translates into ‘royal prince’. Príncipe Real is a residential neighbourhood but doubles as a social district filled with trendy restaurants, grand mansions, tiny antique shops, Moorish kiosks, and miniature gardens. This neighborhood is located between one of the best viewing platforms in the city, the Miradouro São Pedro de Alcântara, and the charming neighborhood of São Bento, and it is known for its vibrant LGBT scene, sophisticated shopping areas and vintage art galleries where you can inhale the artistic spirit of Lisbon.
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Príncipe Real
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This trendy neighbourhood is west of Avenida da Liberdade and north of Bairro Alto. The buildings here are grander than many other neighbourhoods in Lisbon, giving off a pricey vibe, and its name even translates into ‘royal prince’. Príncipe Real is a residential neighbourhood but doubles as a social district filled with trendy restaurants, grand mansions, tiny antique shops, Moorish kiosks, and miniature gardens. This neighborhood is located between one of the best viewing platforms in the city, the Miradouro São Pedro de Alcântara, and the charming neighborhood of São Bento, and it is known for its vibrant LGBT scene, sophisticated shopping areas and vintage art galleries where you can inhale the artistic spirit of Lisbon.
The last terminal metro stop (before heading towards Alcântara and Belém) is in Cais do Sodré. From here, travellers can hop on a ferry and sail across the Tejo River to cities such as Almada on the other side. Like Bairro Alto, Cais do Sodré is a cool neighbourhood to go to for a beer and catch up with friends. The Time Out Market, or Mercado da Ribeira, is one of the city’s main food courts that offers everything from traditional meals to trendy treats and bakeries. It is also the home of the colourful Pink Street, full of bars, restaurants and artistic personality.
Cais do Sodré
The last terminal metro stop (before heading towards Alcântara and Belém) is in Cais do Sodré. From here, travellers can hop on a ferry and sail across the Tejo River to cities such as Almada on the other side. Like Bairro Alto, Cais do Sodré is a cool neighbourhood to go to for a beer and catch up with friends. The Time Out Market, or Mercado da Ribeira, is one of the city’s main food courts that offers everything from traditional meals to trendy treats and bakeries. It is also the home of the colourful Pink Street, full of bars, restaurants and artistic personality.
The Parque das Nações (Park of Nations) is the striking modern side to historic and traditional Lisbon, which extends along the north-eastern side of the Tejo Estuary. The district was rejuvenated from a desolate industrial wasteland for Expo ‘98, and has since been transformed into the centre for corporate Portugal. Instead of becoming a sterile office and residential area, the original Expo attractions have been enhanced, and today the district is popular with Portuguese and tourists alike.
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Parque das Nações
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The Parque das Nações (Park of Nations) is the striking modern side to historic and traditional Lisbon, which extends along the north-eastern side of the Tejo Estuary. The district was rejuvenated from a desolate industrial wasteland for Expo ‘98, and has since been transformed into the centre for corporate Portugal. Instead of becoming a sterile office and residential area, the original Expo attractions have been enhanced, and today the district is popular with Portuguese and tourists alike.
To Eat and Discover
An abandoned industrial site has been turned into a creative, cultural and gastronomic area in restored factory buildings. Here, the past and present converge in a wonderful way! In 1846, one of Lisbon’s most significant factories, the weaving and textile company Companhia de Fiação e Tecidos Lisbonense, found its home in Alcântara. In the following years, the 23.000m2 industrial site was occupied by the food processing company Companhia Industrial de Portugal e Colónias and by printers Anuário Comercial de Portugal and Gráfica Mirandela. After years of being hidden from the public eye, this little fraction of the city has now been unveiled and returned to the community in the form of Lx Factory. This creative hub is fuelled by companies and industry professionals, but it has also been brought to life by an array of different events in fields such as fashion, advertising, communication, multimedia, art, architecture and music, among others, which have encouraged countless visitors to rediscover this part of Alcântara. Every Sunday there is an open air market is held, selling original pieces, trendy hand-made items, 2nd hand, vintage, shoes, plants, food and much more!
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LxFactory
103 R. Rodrigues de Faria
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An abandoned industrial site has been turned into a creative, cultural and gastronomic area in restored factory buildings. Here, the past and present converge in a wonderful way! In 1846, one of Lisbon’s most significant factories, the weaving and textile company Companhia de Fiação e Tecidos Lisbonense, found its home in Alcântara. In the following years, the 23.000m2 industrial site was occupied by the food processing company Companhia Industrial de Portugal e Colónias and by printers Anuário Comercial de Portugal and Gráfica Mirandela. After years of being hidden from the public eye, this little fraction of the city has now been unveiled and returned to the community in the form of Lx Factory. This creative hub is fuelled by companies and industry professionals, but it has also been brought to life by an array of different events in fields such as fashion, advertising, communication, multimedia, art, architecture and music, among others, which have encouraged countless visitors to rediscover this part of Alcântara. Every Sunday there is an open air market is held, selling original pieces, trendy hand-made items, 2nd hand, vintage, shoes, plants, food and much more!
This is the story of an unexpected romance between gastronomy and art, in a XVIII century palace. A narrative lived everyday lived throughout the rooms of Palácio Chiado, with different gastronomic concepts coexisting with art in an unparalleled place. Renovation is the key-word when talking about Palácio Chiado. In September of 2018, Palácio Chiado goes under a few refurbishment works and reopens in October, with new gastronomic concepts, albeit with the same diversity and originality it has always had. With exquisite gastronomic and artistic curatorships, this is the FOOD & ART spot of Lisbon. Chiado Palace is not just one restaurant, but 4 in 1. It has 4 menus, based on different countries. There are options for everyone basically, and they are also vegan friendly. Plus the Palace by itself is amazing just to walk into!
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Palácio Chiado
70 R. do Alecrim
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This is the story of an unexpected romance between gastronomy and art, in a XVIII century palace. A narrative lived everyday lived throughout the rooms of Palácio Chiado, with different gastronomic concepts coexisting with art in an unparalleled place. Renovation is the key-word when talking about Palácio Chiado. In September of 2018, Palácio Chiado goes under a few refurbishment works and reopens in October, with new gastronomic concepts, albeit with the same diversity and originality it has always had. With exquisite gastronomic and artistic curatorships, this is the FOOD & ART spot of Lisbon. Chiado Palace is not just one restaurant, but 4 in 1. It has 4 menus, based on different countries. There are options for everyone basically, and they are also vegan friendly. Plus the Palace by itself is amazing just to walk into!
Rooftop bar & restaurant TOPO Chiado in Lisbon can be found at a surprising location: behind the ruins of convent Convento do Carmo. The terraces around the Carmo church are a bit hidden in the center of Lisbon, between two historical monuments: convent Convento do Carmo and Santa Justa Elevator, both very popular tourist attractions. TOPO Chiado has a bar, and a restaurant on a higher level where dishes are served.
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Topo Chiado
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Rooftop bar & restaurant TOPO Chiado in Lisbon can be found at a surprising location: behind the ruins of convent Convento do Carmo. The terraces around the Carmo church are a bit hidden in the center of Lisbon, between two historical monuments: convent Convento do Carmo and Santa Justa Elevator, both very popular tourist attractions. TOPO Chiado has a bar, and a restaurant on a higher level where dishes are served.
Time Out Market is the first market in the world where everything has been chosen, tasted and tested (with four or five stars, and not one star less) by an independent panel of city experts: Time Out’s own journalists and critics. More than 40 spaces with the leading representatives in all the food categories that help make Lisbon what it is - and tastes - all together under one roof. Find out everything you need to taste - and what Time Out had to say about it. A concept created from scratch in 2014 by the team at Time Out Portugal, with only the best ideas and business projects in Lisbon - according to the editorial team - which can stay in the market from one week to three years. If it’s good, it goes in the magazine, if it’s great, it goes into the market. On the one hand, 24 restaurants some of them from very well-known Portuguese chefs, 8 bars, a dozen shops and a high-end music venue called Rive Rouge, all with the very best in Lisbon (the best steak, the best hamburger, the best sushi and the best live performances, amongst others); on the other hand, home to some of the city's best known (and longest-running) market vendors of meat, fish, fruit and flowers.
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Mercado da Ribeira
49 Av. 24 de Julho
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Time Out Market is the first market in the world where everything has been chosen, tasted and tested (with four or five stars, and not one star less) by an independent panel of city experts: Time Out’s own journalists and critics. More than 40 spaces with the leading representatives in all the food categories that help make Lisbon what it is - and tastes - all together under one roof. Find out everything you need to taste - and what Time Out had to say about it. A concept created from scratch in 2014 by the team at Time Out Portugal, with only the best ideas and business projects in Lisbon - according to the editorial team - which can stay in the market from one week to three years. If it’s good, it goes in the magazine, if it’s great, it goes into the market. On the one hand, 24 restaurants some of them from very well-known Portuguese chefs, 8 bars, a dozen shops and a high-end music venue called Rive Rouge, all with the very best in Lisbon (the best steak, the best hamburger, the best sushi and the best live performances, amongst others); on the other hand, home to some of the city's best known (and longest-running) market vendors of meat, fish, fruit and flowers.
At the beginning of the Nineteenth Century, in Belém, next to Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (the Heironymite Monastery) there was a sugar cane refinery attached to a small general store. As a result of the 1820 liberal revolution, all convents and monasteries in Portugal were shut down in 1834, the clergy and labourers expelled. In an attempt at survival, someone from the monastery offered sweet pastries for sale in the shop; pastries that rapidly became known as ‘Pastéis de Belém’. At that period the area of Belém was considered far from the city of Lisbon and mainly accessed by steam-boats. At the same time, the grandeur of the monastery and the Torre de Belém (the Belém Tower) attracted visitors who soon grew used to savouring the delicious pastries originated in the monastery. In 1837, the baking of the “Pastéis de Belém”began in the buildings attached to the refinery, following the ancient ‘secret recipe` from the monastery. Passed on and known exclusively to the master confectioners who hand-crafted the pastries in the ‘secret room’, this recipe remained unchanged to the present day. In fact, the only true ‘Pasteis de Belém’ contrive, by means of a scrupulous selection of ingredients, to offer even today the flavour of the time-honoured Portuguese sweetmaking.
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Pastéis de Belém
84-92 R. de Belém
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At the beginning of the Nineteenth Century, in Belém, next to Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (the Heironymite Monastery) there was a sugar cane refinery attached to a small general store. As a result of the 1820 liberal revolution, all convents and monasteries in Portugal were shut down in 1834, the clergy and labourers expelled. In an attempt at survival, someone from the monastery offered sweet pastries for sale in the shop; pastries that rapidly became known as ‘Pastéis de Belém’. At that period the area of Belém was considered far from the city of Lisbon and mainly accessed by steam-boats. At the same time, the grandeur of the monastery and the Torre de Belém (the Belém Tower) attracted visitors who soon grew used to savouring the delicious pastries originated in the monastery. In 1837, the baking of the “Pastéis de Belém”began in the buildings attached to the refinery, following the ancient ‘secret recipe` from the monastery. Passed on and known exclusively to the master confectioners who hand-crafted the pastries in the ‘secret room’, this recipe remained unchanged to the present day. In fact, the only true ‘Pasteis de Belém’ contrive, by means of a scrupulous selection of ingredients, to offer even today the flavour of the time-honoured Portuguese sweetmaking.
Pistola Y Corazón is a place where food should be enjoyed, without judgment and without preconceptions. They have the best Mexican food in town with amazing vegetarian options as well. 80% of their ingredients are made with actual Mexican products.
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Pistola y Corazon Taqueria
16 Rua da Boavista
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Pistola Y Corazón is a place where food should be enjoyed, without judgment and without preconceptions. They have the best Mexican food in town with amazing vegetarian options as well. 80% of their ingredients are made with actual Mexican products.
Another ultra-cool rooftop space opens in Lisbon. This time in Martim Moniz with extraordinary views of Lisbon, from São Jorge Castle and Mouraria, to the viewpoints of Graça and Senhora do Monte. Topo is sure to become the classic spot for after-work drinks, sunset dinners and evening cocktails.
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Topo Terraço
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Another ultra-cool rooftop space opens in Lisbon. This time in Martim Moniz with extraordinary views of Lisbon, from São Jorge Castle and Mouraria, to the viewpoints of Graça and Senhora do Monte. Topo is sure to become the classic spot for after-work drinks, sunset dinners and evening cocktails.
For years this was the favorite Bairro Alto bar among maturer crowds, who'd sit for a glass of wine and conversation to the sounds of jazz. It closed in 2007, but reopened under new management in 2009, which turned it into a 100% Portuguese wine bar. It offers a list of almost 300 wines (reds, sparkling, liquors...), dozens of which can be served by the glass. To accompany them you can order the popular toasted chicken sandwich and other "petiscos," including the roasted sausage and cheese and meat platters.
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Artis Bar
95 R. do Diário de Notícias
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For years this was the favorite Bairro Alto bar among maturer crowds, who'd sit for a glass of wine and conversation to the sounds of jazz. It closed in 2007, but reopened under new management in 2009, which turned it into a 100% Portuguese wine bar. It offers a list of almost 300 wines (reds, sparkling, liquors...), dozens of which can be served by the glass. To accompany them you can order the popular toasted chicken sandwich and other "petiscos," including the roasted sausage and cheese and meat platters.
Tapas bar and restaurant inspired by Portuguese traditions. A former cod store houses a cozy dining room with careful décor that includes tiles from the historic San'Anna factory. Outside there is a terrace overlooking the Campo das Cebolas.
Canto Saudade
6 Rua dos Bacalhoeiros
Tapas bar and restaurant inspired by Portuguese traditions. A former cod store houses a cozy dining room with careful décor that includes tiles from the historic San'Anna factory. Outside there is a terrace overlooking the Campo das Cebolas.
Chapitô à Mesa is a restaurant that draws on traditional Portuguese cuisine to create modern and contemporary cuisine. 2 minutes from São Jorge Castle and 30 meters from Chão de Loureiro Park (Lg. Do Caldas), Chapitô à Mesa is open every day. Our recommendation is to go there on Tuesdays, when they have Live Fado Music!
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Chapitô à mesa
7 Costa do Castelo
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Chapitô à Mesa is a restaurant that draws on traditional Portuguese cuisine to create modern and contemporary cuisine. 2 minutes from São Jorge Castle and 30 meters from Chão de Loureiro Park (Lg. Do Caldas), Chapitô à Mesa is open every day. Our recommendation is to go there on Tuesdays, when they have Live Fado Music!
A Casa do Bacalhau literally means ''The House of Codfish'', and it definitely is. Almost all of the dishes are made with codfish and they are all breathtaking. But they have vegetarian options too, in fact, they have the best mushroom risotto I ate in my life!
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A Casa do Bacalhau
54 Rua do Grilo
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A Casa do Bacalhau literally means ''The House of Codfish'', and it definitely is. Almost all of the dishes are made with codfish and they are all breathtaking. But they have vegetarian options too, in fact, they have the best mushroom risotto I ate in my life!
Chapitô is a circus school that's actually become better known for its restaurant and bar. It has a very inviting terrace with fantastic city views, where you're served a menu of contemporary Portuguese cuisine. The more formal and romantic interior dining area has even better views. Downstairs is the bar ("Bartô"), which opens at night, often staging alternative theater and live music performances. Our recommendation is to go there on Tuesdays, when they have Live Fado Music!
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Chapitô à mesa
7 Costa do Castelo
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Chapitô is a circus school that's actually become better known for its restaurant and bar. It has a very inviting terrace with fantastic city views, where you're served a menu of contemporary Portuguese cuisine. The more formal and romantic interior dining area has even better views. Downstairs is the bar ("Bartô"), which opens at night, often staging alternative theater and live music performances. Our recommendation is to go there on Tuesdays, when they have Live Fado Music!
Drinks
Park Bar is kind of a secret bar, everyone knows about it, but it doesn't exist on the internet. It is a must go if you are around Baixa-Chiado. Just go to this Parking Lot in Calçada do Combro and take the elevator to the last floor and you will find this amazing rooftop bar with an amazing decoration, music, food and view to the city and the bridge, it's one of the most cool places of the city.
Park Bar
58 Calçada do Combro
Park Bar is kind of a secret bar, everyone knows about it, but it doesn't exist on the internet. It is a must go if you are around Baixa-Chiado. Just go to this Parking Lot in Calçada do Combro and take the elevator to the last floor and you will find this amazing rooftop bar with an amazing decoration, music, food and view to the city and the bridge, it's one of the most cool places of the city.
Rio Maravilha has one of the most amazing rooftops in Lisbon. It is famous for having a colorful woman statue facing the Christ on the other side of the river. They also have great drinks and music to enjoy the lovely sunset of our city.
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Rio Maravilha
103 R. Rodrigues de Faria
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Rio Maravilha has one of the most amazing rooftops in Lisbon. It is famous for having a colorful woman statue facing the Christ on the other side of the river. They also have great drinks and music to enjoy the lovely sunset of our city.
Casa Independente is right in the middle of Largo do Intendente, in a charming old palace building. This place is a mix between alternative and fancy. You will find several rooms for different vibes. If you want to have tea, there is a room for that. If you want to smoke while watching the cool people there, there's a cozy patio. And last but not least, there is the Tiger Hall, that's where all the dancing happens. It is a concert hall that looks super cool with nice music.
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Casa Independente
45 Largo do Intendente Pina Manique
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Casa Independente is right in the middle of Largo do Intendente, in a charming old palace building. This place is a mix between alternative and fancy. You will find several rooms for different vibes. If you want to have tea, there is a room for that. If you want to smoke while watching the cool people there, there's a cozy patio. And last but not least, there is the Tiger Hall, that's where all the dancing happens. It is a concert hall that looks super cool with nice music.
An 18th-century building, that was once a brothel rented by the hour to prostitutes and sailors, is now this naughty bar. There are two entrances, one on Rua do Alecrim (which includes space for a small terrace) and another on "Pink Street" (Rua Nova do Carvalho). It's decorated like a red-hot cabaret, and one of the rooms has kept the stripper pole. It's also a stage for concerts and other events.
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Pensão Amor
19 R. do Alecrim
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An 18th-century building, that was once a brothel rented by the hour to prostitutes and sailors, is now this naughty bar. There are two entrances, one on Rua do Alecrim (which includes space for a small terrace) and another on "Pink Street" (Rua Nova do Carvalho). It's decorated like a red-hot cabaret, and one of the rooms has kept the stripper pole. It's also a stage for concerts and other events.
It looks like an antiques shop and could very well be a museum, but it's a bar that opens late in the afternoon. You must ring a bell to get inside, and once you do you find one of the city's most authentic spots. There's a total of five rooms decorated with curious objects (miniature trains, toy soldiers, old mugs, etc. from the owner's private collection), to admire as you sip a cocktail. There's an extensive list of drinks, from cocktails to juices, to teas and Port Wine. You may also play pool in one of the rooms.
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Pavilhão Chinês
89 R. Dom Pedro V
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It looks like an antiques shop and could very well be a museum, but it's a bar that opens late in the afternoon. You must ring a bell to get inside, and once you do you find one of the city's most authentic spots. There's a total of five rooms decorated with curious objects (miniature trains, toy soldiers, old mugs, etc. from the owner's private collection), to admire as you sip a cocktail. There's an extensive list of drinks, from cocktails to juices, to teas and Port Wine. You may also play pool in one of the rooms.
Beat the heat of Lisbon with unparalleled panoramas and excellent cocktails in one of the best rooftop bars in Lisbon. Sip a mojito and enjoy a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere from live music and DJs to exciting events at Sky Bar Tivoli Lisboa.
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Sky Bar
185 Av. da Liberdade
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Beat the heat of Lisbon with unparalleled panoramas and excellent cocktails in one of the best rooftop bars in Lisbon. Sip a mojito and enjoy a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere from live music and DJs to exciting events at Sky Bar Tivoli Lisboa.
The undisputed king of all Lisbon clubs, this is also a bar and concert venue that hosts the city's hottest nights. Opened in 1998, it is owned by the same team as the Bica do Sapato restaurant next door (which includes actor John Malkovitch), featuring an always-fabulous interior, a spectacular rooftop terrace overlooking the river, special theme parties, and simply the best DJs in town (often including internationally renowned names).
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Lux Club
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The undisputed king of all Lisbon clubs, this is also a bar and concert venue that hosts the city's hottest nights. Opened in 1998, it is owned by the same team as the Bica do Sapato restaurant next door (which includes actor John Malkovitch), featuring an always-fabulous interior, a spectacular rooftop terrace overlooking the river, special theme parties, and simply the best DJs in town (often including internationally renowned names).
For several years, this was a cabaret-turned-concert-hall by Avenida da Liberdade. In 2015 it moved down by the river, taking over an old warehouse next to the Cais do Sodré ferry station. It’s still a bar and concert hall for live performances (plus a little cabaret), with music of various genres. Don’t be surprised if you catch a strip show on top of the bar counters, and all kinds of shows and crowds.
Titanic Sur Mer
3154 R. da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa
For several years, this was a cabaret-turned-concert-hall by Avenida da Liberdade. In 2015 it moved down by the river, taking over an old warehouse next to the Cais do Sodré ferry station. It’s still a bar and concert hall for live performances (plus a little cabaret), with music of various genres. Don’t be surprised if you catch a strip show on top of the bar counters, and all kinds of shows and crowds.
Sunset Lovers
Found next to the Santa Catarina lookout terrace, at the top of the Monte Belvedere hotel, this spot doubles as a bar and tapas restaurant. It opens in the afternoon for drinks and light meals in the sun or at sunset, and there’s always the option of traditional Portuguese “petiscos” (tapas). It has a covered and an outdoor space, and from both there’s a beautiful view over the Tagus crossed by the 25 de Abril Bridge. The menu is divided into meat, fish and vegetarian options to share.
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Madame Petisca
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Found next to the Santa Catarina lookout terrace, at the top of the Monte Belvedere hotel, this spot doubles as a bar and tapas restaurant. It opens in the afternoon for drinks and light meals in the sun or at sunset, and there’s always the option of traditional Portuguese “petiscos” (tapas). It has a covered and an outdoor space, and from both there’s a beautiful view over the Tagus crossed by the 25 de Abril Bridge. The menu is divided into meat, fish and vegetarian options to share.
This waterfront area between Praça do Comércio and Cais do Sodré was where many of the Portuguese explorers' ships were built. Today, after a redevelopment in 2013, it's a spacious landscaped promenade that invites you to sit in the sun.
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Quiosque Ribeira das Naus
5 Av. Ribeira das Naus
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This waterfront area between Praça do Comércio and Cais do Sodré was where many of the Portuguese explorers' ships were built. Today, after a redevelopment in 2013, it's a spacious landscaped promenade that invites you to sit in the sun.
It's by Comercio Square, on Cais das Colunas, that tourists are most often surprised by the colors of the Lisbon sky at dusk, especially in the fall.
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Cais das Colunas
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It's by Comercio Square, on Cais das Colunas, that tourists are most often surprised by the colors of the Lisbon sky at dusk, especially in the fall.
It stands on Lisbon's tallest hill, so the castle offers one of the best views of the city center and also of the sun at the end of the day.
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Castelo de S. Jorge
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It stands on Lisbon's tallest hill, so the castle offers one of the best views of the city center and also of the sun at the end of the day.
Young couples and groups of tourists head up here just to see the sunset. It's also from here that you get a view over almost the entire city.
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Miradouro da Nossa Senhora do Monte
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Young couples and groups of tourists head up here just to see the sunset. It's also from here that you get a view over almost the entire city.
The rooftop of a car park (7th floor) was transformed into a bar with a beautiful view over the city, the river, and the bell towers of Santa Catarina Church. It opens daily at 1PM and only closes late at night. It's filled with wooden furniture and small potted trees to create the feeling of a garden. It presents a varied calendar of events, including performances by DJs and outdoor cinema, and there is still room for meals (burgers of meat, fish and soy).
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87 Calçada do Combro
The rooftop of a car park (7th floor) was transformed into a bar with a beautiful view over the city, the river, and the bell towers of Santa Catarina Church. It opens daily at 1PM and only closes late at night. It's filled with wooden furniture and small potted trees to create the feeling of a garden. It presents a varied calendar of events, including performances by DJs and outdoor cinema, and there is still room for meals (burgers of meat, fish and soy).
Museums & Galleries
It's one of the most important cultural institutions in Portugal, and the museum one of Lisbon's must-see attractions. It's part of an architectural complex consisting of the foundation's headquarters, the building with the modern collection, and an outdoor amphitheater in the middle of Santa Gertrudes Park, better known as "the Gulbenkian's gardens."
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Museu Calouste Gulbenkian
45A Av. de Berna
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It's one of the most important cultural institutions in Portugal, and the museum one of Lisbon's must-see attractions. It's part of an architectural complex consisting of the foundation's headquarters, the building with the modern collection, and an outdoor amphitheater in the middle of Santa Gertrudes Park, better known as "the Gulbenkian's gardens."
Portugal's "national gallery" is the Ancient Art Museum, opened in 1884 in a 17th-century palace. Its most significant works include Hieronymus Bosch's "Temptation of Saint Anthony" and Albrecht Dürer's "Saint Jerome," but the main highlight is a 15th century masterpiece attributed to Portuguese artist Nuno Gonçalves, called the "Panels of St. Vincent." After a visit to the museum, relax in its delightful garden with river views, where you may sit enjoying a drink or meal from the café.
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Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
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Portugal's "national gallery" is the Ancient Art Museum, opened in 1884 in a 17th-century palace. Its most significant works include Hieronymus Bosch's "Temptation of Saint Anthony" and Albrecht Dürer's "Saint Jerome," but the main highlight is a 15th century masterpiece attributed to Portuguese artist Nuno Gonçalves, called the "Panels of St. Vincent." After a visit to the museum, relax in its delightful garden with river views, where you may sit enjoying a drink or meal from the café.
The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) is a project of the EDP Foundation, and is spread over two buildings, a former power station and a modern building designed by British architect Amanda Levete. It has almost 3000 square meters for exhibitions and events, and is directed by the former curator of contemporary architecture of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, Pedro Gadanho, who says that this museum in Lisbon is unique in the world, since no other crosses the disciplines of art, architecture and technology. It presents the relationship between art and new technologies, through contemporary and international exhibitions.
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MAAT
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The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) is a project of the EDP Foundation, and is spread over two buildings, a former power station and a modern building designed by British architect Amanda Levete. It has almost 3000 square meters for exhibitions and events, and is directed by the former curator of contemporary architecture of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, Pedro Gadanho, who says that this museum in Lisbon is unique in the world, since no other crosses the disciplines of art, architecture and technology. It presents the relationship between art and new technologies, through contemporary and international exhibitions.
The Tile Museum presents the history and evolution of the art of the ceramic tile in a magnificent convent from the 1500s, and is one of Lisbon's most beautiful and most impressive attractions. It's also unique in the world, since no other museum focuses on this art that originated in ancient Egypt, and that eventually spread across North Africa and Europe. A tour of the museum includes the splendid church and small Mannerist cloister from the 16th century, and the collection from the 15th century to the present is seen along the way.
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Museu Nacional do Azulejo
4 R. Me. Deus
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The Tile Museum presents the history and evolution of the art of the ceramic tile in a magnificent convent from the 1500s, and is one of Lisbon's most beautiful and most impressive attractions. It's also unique in the world, since no other museum focuses on this art that originated in ancient Egypt, and that eventually spread across North Africa and Europe. A tour of the museum includes the splendid church and small Mannerist cloister from the 16th century, and the collection from the 15th century to the present is seen along the way.
All of the modern art movements are represented in this acclaimed collection which includes works by Andy Warhol, Picasso, Francis Bacon, Dali, and Paula Rego, among other great artists.
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Museu Coleção Berardo
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All of the modern art movements are represented in this acclaimed collection which includes works by Andy Warhol, Picasso, Francis Bacon, Dali, and Paula Rego, among other great artists.