Live Vividly. Lisbon isn’t a city of sights the way that Paris or Rome is – there’s nothing like t...
Vasco da Gama's tomb is supported by lions, birds of prey and fantastical beasts crowd the cloist...
A hugely embellished watchtower on the Tagus. The mightily elegant Torre de Belém, built between 1...
This spot in the lively centre of Lisbon is the heart of the city on the Tejo. Grab a seat on the...
The star of Lisbon's elevators is this playful wrought-iron construction - a lift whose large woo...
The Praça do Comércio is surrounded by pretty streets for shopping and strolling, particularly Ru...
One of the most popular tascas of the Lisboetas. The restaurant serves regional cuisine. Even now ...
The oldest distrct in Lisbon, and the origin of Fada music.
Enjoy good food and drink while admiring the marvellous tiled wall behind the bar in a former mon...
From far and wide one can see the high, white dome of this church, which now serves as the nation...
Resembling a fortress, the 12th century Cathedral is halfway down the old town belt. The seashell...
The Vasco da Gama Tower (Portuguese: Torre Vasco da Gama, pronounced: [ˈtoʁ(ɨ) ˈvaʃku dɐ ˈɡɐmɐ]) ...
To the west of the Baixa, the atmospheric Bairro Alto and Chiado districts merge. During the day,...
The "Park of the Nations" is in the eastern part of the city on the Tagus, and was built for Expo...
Thanks to its convenient location, this is the most-used lift. It connects the lower Baixa area w...
The palace is plentifully furnished with antiques, works of art and precious objects. In the pink...
The Number 28 is the most legendary of Lisbon's famous tramlines. The tracks run down the narrow ...
The elegant "Ponte 25 de Abril" is one of Lisbon's landmarks. After the overthrow of the Salazar ...
The bridge in the north of Lisbon, which is 17 km long, was a gift to the people of Lisbon to mar...
Bairro Alto (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈbai̯ʀu ˈaɫtu]; literally: Upper District) is a central d...
The white monument in Belém embodies the advance of the Portuguese explorers toward new worlds. I...
Beautiful (azulejo tiles, stucco ceiling) and traditional Cofeitaria, but overrun by tourists. A ...
Gare do Oriente (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɡaɾ(ɨ) du oɾiˈẽt(ɨ)]), or alternately, the Lisbon Ori...
A delight for kitsch lovers and nostalgia fans. Bar museum and pool room. Junk and kitsch items ex...
Mo - Su: 21:30 - 03:30
The bar is cosy. The genre of music mainly played here is bossa nova. The particular highlight he...
A jazz bar with a classical vibe. The smoky air, old posters on the walls, wooden furniture and g...
"Mezcal" also offers beer to take away. However, this should not deter you from staying there lon...
This little bar/disco directly on the Elevador da Bica tracks is a particular hit with Lisbon's y...
The bar is fancy. Small dishes are available.
Sophisticated concerts ranging from jazz and fado to pop. With restaurant and bar. Credit cards a...
The house of the province of Alentejo is a unique place. You go through a neoarabesque inner cour...
Great fado, great food and a great vibe. The restaurant serves regional cuisine. Good singers perf...
The restaurant serves regional cuisine. The Muidinho is in Carnide, a very charming old district ...
The café is rustic. The café "Café Pois" also has outside seating. The café offers home-made past...
Chic and very atmospheric. Jazz and blues music - not too loud. All age ranges. Sweet and spicy C...
The bar "Royale Cafe" also has outside seating. Small dishes (Mediterranean cuisine) are available.
A Rustic Culinary Dream in Cutting-Edge Bairro Alta
The restaurant serves international cuisine. A real Alfama vibe. When the weather is fine, long b...