This is where you’ll find the city’s most popular and best-known areas. The historic centre – the Baixa Pombalina, with its traditional shops and museums, and the lively streets of Chiado, with their eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional stores – are some of the city’s main places of interest.
The Baixa and Chiado neighbourhoods are a must for anyone visiting Lisbon. Besides containing countless tourist attractions, they also feature a vast number of cultural and food spots that are very popular with the locals.
Chiado, Lisbon’s perennial upmarket neighbourhood, is a place of studios, original shops, renovated spaces and marvellous pavement cafés for watching the constant coming and going of those shopping, wandering and those still trying to figure out where the river is.
Baixa, more traditional and authentic, serves up souvenir shops, famous patisseries and adventurous eateries. Take your time to discover the streets and corners and all their charms.
This Lisbon which mixes hi-tech historical information centres, contemporary museums, world-famous designer shops and excellent examples of pastéis de nata is special. This is where the locals converge; and this is where tourists find the liveliest side of the city.
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Trendy and cosmopolitan, it’s the ideal place for business or dinner with friends and also nightspot. Signature cuisine, Chef of the year 2016. In main menu, look out for Tomahawk ribeye steak especially, the Chateaubriand and the RIB Eye.
A Vida Portuguesa was born out of the will to create an inventory of the brands that survived the passage of time, to highlight the quality of Portuguese manufacture and to showcase Portugal in a surprising light.
Brasserie de L’Entrecôte is one of a kind in Portugal. This concept was inspired by the famous Café de Paris in Geneva bringing good taste and looseness together with a touch of Bohemia.