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  • Weekend in Lisbon

    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)

    • Mar 2017
    • 3
  • MAAT - Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia

    1

    Museum

    The newest museum in town. Art, architecture and technology meet here. Free entry until March 2017

  • Fábrica dos Pastéis de Belém

    2

    Pie Shop

    "Pastéis de Belém" are small, sweet and delicious pastries. You can't eat only one!

  • LX Factory

    3

    Entertainment

    An old factory campus turned into avantgard micro district. Offices, restaurants & shops.

  • Palácio Nacional da Ajuda

    4

    Historic Site

    The second last residence of Portugal's kings. It's now a museum.

  • Bairro Alto

    5

    Neighborhood

    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.

  • Bairro do Avillez

    6

    Portuguese

    José Avillez' newest restaurant. It's bigger than his previous ones and probably fuller.

  • A Vida Portuguesa

    7

    Arts & Crafts

    A revival store, with lots of very traditional souvenirs to take home, from food to knick-knacks.

  • A Cevicheria

    8

    Peruvian

    I recommend the degustation menu, as you'll be able to try a bit of many things. Dinner is hectic, lunch is much easier.

  • Pensão Amor

    9

    Nightclub

    An ex-brothel turned bar. Some people say it's unmissable.

  • Confeitaria Nacional

    10

    Café

    The oldest pâtisserie in Lisbon, not only has great sweets, the 19th century decor is amazing.

  • A Ginjinha

    11

    Wine Bar

    Speciality liquor store, which sells "ginginha" (of course).

  • Miradouro do Castelo de São Jorge

    12

    Scenic Lookout

    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

  • Feira da Ladra

    13

    Flea Market

    Lisbon's biggest and oldest flea market. Twice weekly (Tuesdays and Saturdays), 6am to 5pm. Close by there's the Panteão Nacional.

  • Parque das Nações

    14

    Neighborhood

    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.

  • Cascais

    15

    Town

    Became famous during and after WWII because many rich and/or European royal families took refuge there. Take the train from Cais do Sodré.

  • Sintra

    16

    City

    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.