The Largo restaurant is located in
Largo do Teatro São Carlos in Chiado.
A gastronomic space with signature of renowned chef Miguel Castro e Silva.
Time Out Magazine, has just transformed Lisbon’s main market hall into a foodie hangout that brings together some of the city’s favourite food shops and restaurants. Meet the new Mercado da Ribeira
Avenida 24 de Julho 49 - tel:21 359 3100.
Lisbon’s first vegetarian restaurant, more than 35 years old, it reflects the Tibetan liveliness and culture in all their splendour. The “Os Tibetanos” menu mainly includes vegetarian cuisine dishes, with several international influences.
LX Factory is located in a set of old fabric and thread factories built in the 19th century. Here you can find a set of companies related to the creative areas, shops, restaurants, etc…
Located in a building from the 40’s designed by architect Cottinelli Telmo,
it reappears in 2014 with a new restaurant/cafeteria/ gourmet snack bar , offering a fusion cuisine of Portugal, Brazil and Africa. This spot is also an art gallery.
Shopping gallery located in a 19th century neo-Arab small palace, divides rooms in several shops, more than a dozen, all of them combining tradition, creativity and innovation in design and fashion, and most of them from Portuguese designers.Praça do Príncipe Real 26, 1250-184 Lisboa
The monumental art collection at the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum spans 4,000 years and offers surprises with each visit. The museum’s landscaped garden with its winding paths and stone benches offers a quiet refuge from the urban noise.
FUN TRACK – Here you can rent karts, roller skates, skates, or pick the classical bike and stroll through Lisbon by the river. You can also have a drink or a light meal in the original container bar Box Café. Location: Doca de Alcântara Rocha (behind of the Orient Museum)
A preserved-fish shop in the Baixa neighborhood. Its wooden shelves are piled high with dozens of different kinds of tinned fish, from smoked mackerel to sardine eggs.
Founded in 1975. It is one of the most typical casas de fado of Lisbon, combined with an exquisite and typically Portuguese cuisine, served with good wine and a fado. Here you can meet some famous names of Fado, such as Gisela João and Aldina Duarte, among others...
Located on the top of the car park of Calçada do Combro. From the 7th floor you can discover a scenery that goes straight to the list of Lisbon’s most amazing terraces. Opened every day, from 13 p.m. to 02 a.m., you can enjoy a daily and diversified cultural programme.
CALÇADA DO COMBRO, 21 591 4011
Located in the heart of the most typical district of Lisbon, Alfama, steps away from the Chatedral and São Jorge Castle, Memmo Alfama is already considered as one of the best hotels of Lisbon and the first boutique hotel in the city historic area.