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Essence, Lisbon

Undeservedly underappreciated for a long time, Lisbon has now finally become one of Europe's "it" cities. It is a...

A Outra Face da Lua, Lisbon

A 21st century hippie tearoom in one of the most charming vintage stores in Bairro Alto. An excellent collection of herbal teas (from Holland); "side effects" have...

Antiga Confeitaria de Belem, Lisbon

Just like in Paris you have to try the melt-in-your-mouth macaron (at Ladurée, the oldest café in the city), in Lisbon it's Pastéis de Belém, in has to be at Antiga Confeitaria...

Worth Knowing, Lisbon

In Lisbon, like anywhere else in the world, cabbies just love to take "the scenic route" and choose the longest...

Oriente Station, Lisbon

By Santiago Calatrava Built to accommodate the needs of the 1998 EXPO exhibition, today Oriente Station...

Cristina Guerra, Lisbon

It has been one of the most radical contemporary art galleries in Lisbon for more than...

Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisbon

The museum founded in 1884 houses a collection of 12th...

Museu do Design, Lisbon

The Lisbon Design Museum is worth a visit, not least because classical pieces of 20th and 21st century design that are among the exhibits are actually part of a private...

Casa Pereira, Lisbon

A charming quaint little coffee shop; addresses of such establishments are handed...

Interna Empório Casa, Lisbon

In the 19th century the counts of Restelo used to live here. Now the 1500 m² room...

Sao Bento/Rato, Lisbon

This is the little street you should be looking for if you are interested in antique shops...

Papo d' Anjo, Lisbon

A small and cute little shop, the place to visit if you are looking to expand your toddler's wardrobe with some quality items

Fashion Clinic, Lisbon

Lisbon is nothing like a traditional shopping paradise; much more money is spent here on pleasures of the gastronomic (as opposed to sartorial) kind. Those who are...

Ramiro, Lisbon

You are not very likely to find many restaurants opened more than fifty years ago and still popular among the locals. When you are in...

Alcantra Cafe, Lisbon

Remember American Psycho - the scarily perverse quintessence of the gold and status symbols-laden 1980s? The Alcantra Café, housed in a converted dock warehouse...

A Travessa, Lisbon

This is the most romantic of Lisbon restaurants; the mere mention of the name alone makes the locals go all sentimental. It is located in a converted 17th century...

Casa de Chá, Lisbon

A charming good old-fashioned teashop where tea is served in dainty china cups with cookies...

Arte Cafe, Lisbon

Having an espresso among works of art: that's not such a mundane experience at all. Arte Café is an exhibition hall, reading room and café in one. You are not likely...

Enoteca, Lisbon

A unique concept: a wine tasting bar set up in a 1781 aqueduct. An outstanding collection of European and Portuguese wines. The owner of the place, Joao Paulo...

Things To Do, Lisbon

The 5th century castle is standing on the top of one of Lisbon's seven hills. In 1147 it became the residence of the...

Galería Filomena Soares, Lisbon

An impressive modern art gallery (1000 m², a 6 metres high ceiling) that makes a point...

Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon

In 1993 the limestone "box" of the Belem Cultural Centre was the cause of a great...

Museu Gulbenkian-Centro de Arte Moderna, Lisbon

Although the Armenian-born oil tycoon Calouste Gulbenkian started his collection in the late 1800s and by...

Mercearia da Atalaia, Lisbon

Every gourmet green-living fan's dream. Organic bread, fruit preserves without sugar...

Casa Havaneza, Lisbon

This is the shop with the largest collection of cigars, cigarillos and the respective accessories...

Domo Design, Lisbon

One of the first contemporary interior design stores in Lisbon. A choice of furniture...

Rua do Norte, Bairro Alto, Lisbon

It is fun walking one of the Bairro Alto shopping streets (relatively speaking) - Rua do Norte, Rua da Atalaia...

Santa Apolonia, Lisbon

An oasis of happiness for the style gourmet - an extravagant complex of little shops and restaurants set up in an old dockside on the bank of the river Tejo, opposite...

O Policia, Lisbon

This is the place to go if you wish to sample traditional Portuguese cuisine in an authentic setting. O Policia is one of the...

Kais, Lisbon

You have to be blind not to notice the Kais restaurant housed in a converted 19th century cable-car depot: the enormous "K" sign at the entrance can be seen from...

Bica do Sapato, Lisbon

It seems that being John Malkovich is actually not half bad: it means that besides a stellar film career and a line of clothes designed by yourself you are also...