• LX Boutique Hotel. 4* boutique hotel close to Bairro Alto and Chiado districts. ca. 100 EUR per room and night. You can book it here.
  • Residencial Alegria. Cosy 2* hotel close to Bairro Alto and Rosso districts. < 100 EUR per room and night. You can book it here.


  • Royale Café. Nice for a brunch on the little terrace.
  • Panificacao do chiado, Calçada do Sacramento, 26-32. Small bakery where you can taste a delicious pastel de nada (Portuguese egg and pudding tart).
  • A Gruta de Camoes, Rua Misericórdia 55. You can taste some bacalhao, simply cooked with lemon, herbs and a lot of oil.
  • Café Buenos Aires. Argentinean steakhouse with colorful interior.
  • Sacramento. Restaurant in the Chiado district with bar, designed in vibrant red and pink colors.

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.
  • Museu do design e da moda. Design and fashion museum, free entry.
  • Elevador de Santa Justa, an impressive elevator right in the middlle of the streets!
  • Oceanario de Lisboa. See some funny fish in the oceanarium.
  • Gare do Oriente, station designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava
  • Take a guided walking tour with Lisbon Walker. You get discount with an Aerobus ticket. 
  • Teresa Alecrim. Shopping for beautiful towels, napkins and tissues.
  • Belem. Visit this area and get a famous nata at Pasteis de Belem.