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Drinks & Nightlife
Best place in Lisbon to listen to Indie music.
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INCÓGNITO
37 R. Poiais de São Bento
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Best place in Lisbon to listen to Indie music.
Beautiful View
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SILK CLUB
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Beautiful View
This is one of Lisbon's most emblematic Rooftops. It has music, the view is spectacular. The ideal is to visit the space between 5 and 8, still catch the sunset.
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Park (Rooftop)
115 Calçada do Combro
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This is one of Lisbon's most emblematic Rooftops. It has music, the view is spectacular. The ideal is to visit the space between 5 and 8, still catch the sunset.
Essentials
Supermarket
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Minipreço Supermarket
2 Praça das Flores
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Supermarket
Self service Laundry Mat: Endereço: R. Luz Soriano 18, 1200-247 Lisboa Open : 08:00–00:00 Website: http://bairroaltowashandgo.pt/
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Bairro Alto Wash & Go
18 R. Luz Soriano
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Self service Laundry Mat: Endereço: R. Luz Soriano 18, 1200-247 Lisboa Open : 08:00–00:00 Website: http://bairroaltowashandgo.pt/
Luggage Storage Lisbon – Chiado & Cais do Sodré Rua do Alecrim, 53 – R/C Esq (street store) 1200-014 Lisboa Tlf: (+351) 213 460 390 Email: info@luggagestoragelisbon.com Open everyday, from 10am to 7pm (except on 24th & 25th December) Pick up and Deliver outside these hours upon reservation and extra fee http://www.luggagestoragelisbon.com/
Luggage Storage Lisbon - Chiado | Cais do Sodré
53 R. do Alecrim
Luggage Storage Lisbon – Chiado & Cais do Sodré Rua do Alecrim, 53 – R/C Esq (street store) 1200-014 Lisboa Tlf: (+351) 213 460 390 Email: info@luggagestoragelisbon.com Open everyday, from 10am to 7pm (except on 24th & 25th December) Pick up and Deliver outside these hours upon reservation and extra fee http://www.luggagestoragelisbon.com/
Rua dos Bacalhoeiros 4, 1st Floor ( Metro Station- Terreiro do Paço ) Tlf: +351 919 263 085 Email:luggage@welyou.pt Storage from 8h00 to 23h00 www.welyou.pt
Luggage Storage Camones (We L You Lda)
Rua dos Bacalhoeiros 4, 1st Floor ( Metro Station- Terreiro do Paço ) Tlf: +351 919 263 085 Email:luggage@welyou.pt Storage from 8h00 to 23h00 www.welyou.pt
Supermarket
Minipreço Express
80 Rua de S. Paulo
Supermarket
Pharmacy - https://www.facebook.com/sacoorfarmacia Tel : 00 351 21 342 4166 Open From : 9 am to 8:30pm - 9h to 22h30 everyday including weekends
Farmácia Sacoor do Chiado
90 Rua Garrett
Pharmacy - https://www.facebook.com/sacoorfarmacia Tel : 00 351 21 342 4166 Open From : 9 am to 8:30pm - 9h to 22h30 everyday including weekends
Private Hospital : https://www.saudecuf.pt/cuf/contacte-nos
CUF Descobertas Hospital
Private Hospital : https://www.saudecuf.pt/cuf/contacte-nos
Public Hospital
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Centro Hospitalar Universitário de Lisboa Central - Hospital de São José
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Public Hospital
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Minipreço Express
10 Largo Calhariz
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Sightseeing
The Santa Justa Elevator was inaugurated on July 10, 1902. It is a work of the engineer Raoul Mesnier de Ponsard, with a cast iron structure, enriched with filigree works. In 2002 it was classified as a National Monument. Route: Rua do Ouro - Largo do Carmo Santa Justa Lift Hours: Daylight saving time (13,14 and 15 April & May to October): 07h30 - 23h (every day) Winter time (November to April): 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (every day) Viewpoint of Santa Justa Viewpoint: Daylight saving time (13,14 and 15 April & May to October): 09h - 23h (every day) Winter time (November to April): 09h - 21h (every day) Santa Justa Lift Rate:
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Elevador de Santa Justa
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The Santa Justa Elevator was inaugurated on July 10, 1902. It is a work of the engineer Raoul Mesnier de Ponsard, with a cast iron structure, enriched with filigree works. In 2002 it was classified as a National Monument. Route: Rua do Ouro - Largo do Carmo Santa Justa Lift Hours: Daylight saving time (13,14 and 15 April & May to October): 07h30 - 23h (every day) Winter time (November to April): 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (every day) Viewpoint of Santa Justa Viewpoint: Daylight saving time (13,14 and 15 April & May to October): 09h - 23h (every day) Winter time (November to April): 09h - 21h (every day) Santa Justa Lift Rate:
Inaugurated on June 28, 1892, it connects Rua de São Paulo and Largo do Calhariz, through Rua da Bica de Duarte Belo. It originally used steam engines as a traction system. In 1914, the one that is considered the elevator with the most picturesque script, was electrified. In 2002, it was classified as a National Monument. Route: S. Pedro de Alcântara Street - Largo Calhariz Hours of Operation: Monday to Saturday: 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sunday and holiday: 9am - 9pm Timetable in pdf format: Rua S. Paulo - Largo Calhariz (ascending) Largo Calhariz - S. Paulo Street (direction descending)
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Elevador da Bica
234 Rua de S. Paulo
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Inaugurated on June 28, 1892, it connects Rua de São Paulo and Largo do Calhariz, through Rua da Bica de Duarte Belo. It originally used steam engines as a traction system. In 1914, the one that is considered the elevator with the most picturesque script, was electrified. In 2002, it was classified as a National Monument. Route: S. Pedro de Alcântara Street - Largo Calhariz Hours of Operation: Monday to Saturday: 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sunday and holiday: 9am - 9pm Timetable in pdf format: Rua S. Paulo - Largo Calhariz (ascending) Largo Calhariz - S. Paulo Street (direction descending)
Inaugurated on October 24, 1885, it connects Praça dos Restauradores and Bairro Alto (Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara), through Calçada da Glória. It used, originally, rack and cable balanced by water balance like system of traction, happening, later, to be moved by steam. In 1915, the second elevator implanted in the city of the 7 hills, was electrified. The cars used were two stories, with benches arranged longitudinally. Currently, the two cabins have only one floor, but maintains their longitudinal benches. In 2002, it was classified as a National Monument. Route: Praça Restauradores - S. Pedro de Alcântara Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday: 7:15 a.m. to 11:55 p.m. Friday: 7
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Elevador da Glória
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Inaugurated on October 24, 1885, it connects Praça dos Restauradores and Bairro Alto (Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara), through Calçada da Glória. It used, originally, rack and cable balanced by water balance like system of traction, happening, later, to be moved by steam. In 1915, the second elevator implanted in the city of the 7 hills, was electrified. The cars used were two stories, with benches arranged longitudinally. Currently, the two cabins have only one floor, but maintains their longitudinal benches. In 2002, it was classified as a National Monument. Route: Praça Restauradores - S. Pedro de Alcântara Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday: 7:15 a.m. to 11:55 p.m. Friday: 7
The Torre de Belém is located in the parish of Belém, municipality and district of Lisbon, in Portugal. On the right bank of the river Tagus, where Belém beach once existed, it was originally surrounded by water around its perimeter. Address: Av. Brasília, 1400-038 Lisboa Construction start: 1515 Height: 98 ft Inauguration: 1519 Architectural style: Manueline style Phone: 21 362 0034 Architects: Francisco de Arruda, Francisco de Holanda, António Viana Barreto, António de Azevedo e Cunha
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Torre de Belém
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The Torre de Belém is located in the parish of Belém, municipality and district of Lisbon, in Portugal. On the right bank of the river Tagus, where Belém beach once existed, it was originally surrounded by water around its perimeter. Address: Av. Brasília, 1400-038 Lisboa Construction start: 1515 Height: 98 ft Inauguration: 1519 Architectural style: Manueline style Phone: 21 362 0034 Architects: Francisco de Arruda, Francisco de Holanda, António Viana Barreto, António de Azevedo e Cunha
Bairro alto, certainly is a tourist spot with a must stop. Prepare to walk a lot, it's worth exploring every street.
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Bairro Alto
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Bairro alto, certainly is a tourist spot with a must stop. Prepare to walk a lot, it's worth exploring every street.
Lisbon downtown, also called Baixa Pombalina or Lisbon Pombalina because it was built by order of the Marquis of Pombal, following the earthquake of 1755, covering an area of about 25.5 hectares. It is located between the Terreiro do Paço, next to the river Tagus, and the Rossio and Praça da Figueira, and longitudinally between Cais do Sodré, Chiado and Carmo, on the one hand, and the Cathedral and the hill of Castelo de São Jorge, on the other.
baixa pombalina
7 Praça Figueira
Lisbon downtown, also called Baixa Pombalina or Lisbon Pombalina because it was built by order of the Marquis of Pombal, following the earthquake of 1755, covering an area of about 25.5 hectares. It is located between the Terreiro do Paço, next to the river Tagus, and the Rossio and Praça da Figueira, and longitudinally between Cais do Sodré, Chiado and Carmo, on the one hand, and the Cathedral and the hill of Castelo de São Jorge, on the other.
Sintra - Sights, Views and History, UNESCO World Heritage Most day trippers to Sintra follow the same route; the Palácio Nacional, the historic centre, the Castelo dos Mouros and finally the Palacio da Pena. This order is often followed as it is the route of the 434 tourist bus, which connects the train station to the historic centre and then climbs the steep hills to the Pena Palace and the Moorish castle before returning to the train station. This route includes the main sights of Sintra in a single day and forms an enjoyable day trip. For a guide to visiting Sintra : http://www.sintra-portugal.com/guides/Sintra-day-trip-from-Lisbon.html
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Sintra
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Sintra - Sights, Views and History, UNESCO World Heritage Most day trippers to Sintra follow the same route; the Palácio Nacional, the historic centre, the Castelo dos Mouros and finally the Palacio da Pena. This order is often followed as it is the route of the 434 tourist bus, which connects the train station to the historic centre and then climbs the steep hills to the Pena Palace and the Moorish castle before returning to the train station. This route includes the main sights of Sintra in a single day and forms an enjoyable day trip. For a guide to visiting Sintra : http://www.sintra-portugal.com/guides/Sintra-day-trip-from-Lisbon.html
A tiny square that hides one of Lisbon’s oldest homes, dating from the 1500s and a survivor of the Great Earthquake of 1755, maintaining its gothic windows.
Rua da Achada
A tiny square that hides one of Lisbon’s oldest homes, dating from the 1500s and a survivor of the Great Earthquake of 1755, maintaining its gothic windows.
Arts & Culture
The Jerónimos Monastery or Monastery of Santa Maria de Belém is a Portuguese monastery of the Order of St. Jerome built in the 16th century. It is located in the parish of Belém, in the city and municipality of Lisbon. It has, since 2016, the status of National Pantheon. A culminating point of the Manueline architecture, this Monastery is the most remarkable Portuguese monastic complex of its time and one of the main churches-hall of Europe. Its construction began, on the initiative of King Manuel I, at the dawn of the sixteenth century and was prologue for a hundred years, and was led by a remarkable group of architects.
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Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
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The Jerónimos Monastery or Monastery of Santa Maria de Belém is a Portuguese monastery of the Order of St. Jerome built in the 16th century. It is located in the parish of Belém, in the city and municipality of Lisbon. It has, since 2016, the status of National Pantheon. A culminating point of the Manueline architecture, this Monastery is the most remarkable Portuguese monastic complex of its time and one of the main churches-hall of Europe. Its construction began, on the initiative of King Manuel I, at the dawn of the sixteenth century and was prologue for a hundred years, and was led by a remarkable group of architects.
The Castle of São Jorge is one of the most emblematic monuments of Lisbon, whose name derives from the saint of the knights and crusaders. Price: Normal ticket - € 8.50. Students under the age of 25, persons with disabilities and over 65 - € 5. Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children under 18) - € 20. Hours: Last check in 30 minutes before closing time. From 1 November to 28 February, 09:00 - 18:00 (closes on 24, 25 and 31 December, and 1 January). From 1st March to 31st October, 09:00 - 21:00 (closed on 1st of May). How to get? Nearest subway: Rossio (green line), Restauradores or Terreiro do Paço (blue line); Although you still have to climb on foot. Trams 12 and 28, bus 737.
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Castelo de S. Jorge
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The Castle of São Jorge is one of the most emblematic monuments of Lisbon, whose name derives from the saint of the knights and crusaders. Price: Normal ticket - € 8.50. Students under the age of 25, persons with disabilities and over 65 - € 5. Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children under 18) - € 20. Hours: Last check in 30 minutes before closing time. From 1 November to 28 February, 09:00 - 18:00 (closes on 24, 25 and 31 December, and 1 January). From 1st March to 31st October, 09:00 - 21:00 (closed on 1st of May). How to get? Nearest subway: Rossio (green line), Restauradores or Terreiro do Paço (blue line); Although you still have to climb on foot. Trams 12 and 28, bus 737.
Shopping
The store proposes to revisit the last century of the history of Portugal and the World, thus also promoting a reflection on the last centenary of the canned fish in Portugal. Thus, in the cans are the dates from 1916 to 2017 (since 1st January), with a major event of the year in question and marking the birth of the most relevant personalities of such date. Each decade has a base color and each can has its own hue. With this, the store gains a captivating color dimension. The "Fantastic World of Portuguese Sardine" is a space absolutely not to be missed in the city of Lisbon, promising not to leave anyone indifferent.
The Fantastic World Of Portuguese Sardines
39 Praça Dom Pedro IV
The store proposes to revisit the last century of the history of Portugal and the World, thus also promoting a reflection on the last centenary of the canned fish in Portugal. Thus, in the cans are the dates from 1916 to 2017 (since 1st January), with a major event of the year in question and marking the birth of the most relevant personalities of such date. Each decade has a base color and each can has its own hue. With this, the store gains a captivating color dimension. The "Fantastic World of Portuguese Sardine" is a space absolutely not to be missed in the city of Lisbon, promising not to leave anyone indifferent.
Getting Around
Website :http://www.metrolisboa.pt/
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Baixa-Chiado
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Website :http://www.metrolisboa.pt/
The famous Tram 28 has a stop 3 min. from the Apartment at Rua do Poço dos Negros.
Rua do Poço dos Negros
The famous Tram 28 has a stop 3 min. from the Apartment at Rua do Poço dos Negros.
At Cais do Sodré you can get the Train to Belem and Cascais. You can also ge the Tram 15 here, that goes to Belem, it has a stop just in front of Mosteiros dos Jeronimos.
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Cais do Sodré
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At Cais do Sodré you can get the Train to Belem and Cascais. You can also ge the Tram 15 here, that goes to Belem, it has a stop just in front of Mosteiros dos Jeronimos.
Rossio train station is the Lisbon terminus of the Lisbon to Sintra railway line. This railway connects the pretty and popular tourist town of town of Sintra to Lisbon. Rossio train station itself is a wonderfully ornate structure, which from the outside does not resemble a train station. Sintra lies 25 km to the west of Lisbon and the railway is the recommended means of transport. The train journey takes 30 min and the historic centre of Sintra is the final station on the railway. Sintra requires a four zone ticket which costs €2.15/€1.10 (adult/child) and tickets are charged to the Viva Viagem card (€0.50). During daylight hours there is a service every 20 min.
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Rossio - Lisboa
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Rossio train station is the Lisbon terminus of the Lisbon to Sintra railway line. This railway connects the pretty and popular tourist town of town of Sintra to Lisbon. Rossio train station itself is a wonderfully ornate structure, which from the outside does not resemble a train station. Sintra lies 25 km to the west of Lisbon and the railway is the recommended means of transport. The train journey takes 30 min and the historic centre of Sintra is the final station on the railway. Sintra requires a four zone ticket which costs €2.15/€1.10 (adult/child) and tickets are charged to the Viva Viagem card (€0.50). During daylight hours there is a service every 20 min.
Cena gastronómica
AT THE HEART OF CHIADO SINCE 2011, CANTINHO DO AVILLEZ WELCOMES YOU WITH A NATURAL CHARM THAT COMBINES TRADITION WITH MODERNITY.
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Cantinho do Avillez
7 R. Duques de Bragança
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AT THE HEART OF CHIADO SINCE 2011, CANTINHO DO AVILLEZ WELCOMES YOU WITH A NATURAL CHARM THAT COMBINES TRADITION WITH MODERNITY.
Typical Portuguese food, good quality and a good price. Only 2 minutes from the Apartment.
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Zapata
47 R. do Poço dos Negros
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Typical Portuguese food, good quality and a good price. Only 2 minutes from the Apartment.
Madame Petisca has the best tapas, wines and genuine Portuguese products! http://www.madamepetisca.pt/?lang=en
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Madame Petisca
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Madame Petisca has the best tapas, wines and genuine Portuguese products! http://www.madamepetisca.pt/?lang=en
Fantastic place for breakfast! http://www.sacolinha.pt/onde-estamos/sacolinha-chiado
Sacolinha Pastelaria e Padaria
6 R. Paiva de Andrada
Fantastic place for breakfast! http://www.sacolinha.pt/onde-estamos/sacolinha-chiado
Great for breakfast Rua Serpa Pinto, 15A (Chiado) Lisboa 1200-000
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Tartine
15A R. Serpa Pinto
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Great for breakfast Rua Serpa Pinto, 15A (Chiado) Lisboa 1200-000