Sacramento. Restaurant in the Chiado district with bar,
designed in vibrant red and pink colors.
Mercado da Ribeira. Timeout took over this market hall and transformed
it into a trendy and busy food court.
Livraria. Cute bookstore with bar inside and chairs
Park. Rooftop bar on top of a car parking with lots of evening
Belem. Visit this area by train and get a famous Pastel de Nata (Portuguese egg and pudding tart) at Pasteis de Belem.
Do & See:
Visit Miradouros, the various vantage points of the city.
Alfama. Oldest district of Lisbon with facades covered in azulejos (Portuguese tiles). Do wear shoes with a
little grip as the sometimes steep stone flooring can be slippery. Tram No. 28. makes a good tour through the area.
Take a stroll in the park Jardim da Estrela.
Go underground and experience the various Metro stations.
Chiado station will stun you with a cascade of escalators.
MAAT. The museum for art, architecture and technology is located at the Belem
station and where the river Tejo meets the sea. It got a photogenic extension by British architect Amanda Levete.
Vinyl Experience. Next to all kinds of music styles you can also find recent Portuguese productions and get some
tips on concerts.
Embaixada. Concept store inside a breathtaking old building. It
is located in front of the park Jardim Principe Real, where a biological market takes place every Saturday. There are a lot of nice stores in this area.
Want to learn something new? How about a guitar class on the Portuguese instrument with Ricardo Mata? Or a tile painting / pottery class with Ana at Casa do