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Lisbon Region

All sorts of experiences within a short distance range.
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Bairro Alto

In some of Lisbon’s oldest and most traditional neighbourhoods, you’ll find a nightlife and festive spirit that you’ll find hard to believe in the centre of the city. The streets fill with people of all ages who come to catch up, have a drink, watch the people passing by and discover all the many new things there are to be found.

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There’s little point asking a Lisboeta where the best place is to go out at night. The whole city meets at the centre of its nightlife, where there are places to suit every taste and music for every genre. The more experienced guarantee that Lisbon’s nightlife consists of a steady downhill motion – and the more poetic of them swear that every conversation is spoken in italics. Why? Because it always begins in Bairro Alto with its many and varied bars and restaurants, then heads down to Bica with a glass in hand and always ends in Cais do Sodré, where the most popular nightclubs intermingle with the old sailors’ bars, combining an original mix of cultures and ambiances. Whether you like 80s classics, hard rock or the freshest of musical sounds, you’re bound to find something that’s tailored to suit your tastes.


In the Santos area, which traditionally attracts a younger crowd, the atmosphere is more homogenous and rowdy, and is not recommended for anyone over the age of 25 unless they are hoping to relive the madness of university nights long since passed. During the day, Bairro Alto is home to various alternative shops, from records to art and hairdressers; Cais do Sodré has countless restaurants for a recharge and Santos, Lisbon’s design district, is full of studios and unique shops selling fantastic and irresistible objects. Take a different perspective of Lisbon home with you.

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Miradouro de S. Pedro de Alcântara

Miradouro de S. Pedro de Alcântara

Save your breath for one of the best views of Lisbon. Make this miradouro your point of discovery and enchantment with the city.

28 tram

No. 28 Tram

Take a ride on one of the symbols of Lisbon and get ready for an amazing journey. The no. 28 passes the city’s landmarks on a route that has to be experienced.


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Save your breath for one of the best views of Lisbon. Make this miradouro your point of discovery and enchantment with the city.


The most famous bar/terrace/viewing spot in Lisbon is at the top of a unique hotel. Come and discover a special and private view of the city.


Hidden underground the garden of Príncipe Real, you can find the Patriarchal Reservoir, whose construction was completed in 1864. Displays an octagonal shape, to coincide with the lake drawing at the top.


In Yakuza First Floor it's possible to taste the purity of true sushi and flavors of Japan in merger with the Olivier mediterranean flavors and aromas.


If you want to take a real journey back in time while in Lisbon, discover the Museu Geológico in the former convent of Jesus. It’s stood there for over 150 years.


Discover one of the most secret organisations in the world at the recently opened Museu Maçónico Português, where the symbols and meanings are unveiled.


We believe that walking is the best way to explore our city. Join one of our walking tours and discover the Lisbon that we love.


The Restaurant "O Forcado" is situated in the heart of Lisbon in Bairro Alto. Opened in June 1967, the godmother is Amália Rodrigues.


The Cafe-Bar BA, is located at Bairro Alto Hotel, is already a hot spot for locals and leaves behind the stigma of hotel bars.


Set within The Independente Hostel & Suites, is defined by two of life’s most pleasurable self-indulgences: eating & drinking!