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Where to stay and go, what to see and taste. Use this guide as reference, since many interesting places are close by. Updated on a non-regular basis. (17/03/17)
The newest museum in town. Art, architecture and technology meet here. Free entry until March 2017
"Pastéis de Belém" are small, sweet and delicious pastries. You can't eat only one!
An old factory campus turned into avantgard micro district. Offices, restaurants & shops.
The second last residence of Portugal's kings. It's now a museum.
If you like bar hopping and don't mind large crowds, this is the best place to go have drinks after dinner. Don't take a car! Also near the Chiado area.
José Avillez' newest restaurant. It's bigger than his previous ones and probably fuller.
Arts & Crafts
A revival store, with lots of very traditional souvenirs to take home, from food to knick-knacks.
I recommend the degustation menu, as you'll be able to try a bit of many things. Dinner is hectic, lunch is much easier.
An ex-brothel turned bar. Some people say it's unmissable.
The oldest pâtisserie in Lisbon, not only has great sweets, the 19th century decor is amazing.
Speciality liquor store, which sells "ginginha" (of course).
There are many lookout points in Lisbon, but with this you get a 2-in-1: city castle and lookout. Check the rest here: lxup.pt or at is.gd/miradouroslx
Lisbon's biggest and oldest flea market. Twice weekly (Tuesdays and Saturdays), 6am to 5pm. Close by there's the Panteão Nacional.
The youngest part of the city, which is now almost 20 years old! Built for the World Expo in 1998, it features modern architecture everywhere.
Became famous during and after WWII because many rich and/or European royal families took refuge there. Take the train from Cais do Sodré.
Developed in the 19th century, it's full of Romantic architecture. A bit harder to reach if you don't have a car, but perfectly doable.
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