It’s a local café. The restaurant is in a small Cinema Museum. We will recommend for lunch. Whatever you want to go with friends or business partners, it´s a good choice. Importantly, it´s very near our apartments.
Padaria Portuguesa is a chain of traditional Portuguese cuisine bakeries, founded in 1934 and offering a variety of products made with fresh, high-quality ingredients, including breads, cakes, sweets, savory snacks, and ready-to-eat meals.
A coffee chain known for its specialty coffees, drinks, and light meals. Simpli café offers a variety of products, including espresso, cappuccino, latte, tea, juices, smoothies, and wines. In addition, the place offers a variety of light meals, such as sandwiches, salads, and toast.
Manteigaria was founded in 1837 and is known for its exceptional pastéis de nata, a traditional Portuguese sweet made with puff pastry and filled with cream.
The most famous and iconic Portuguese tarts. Don’t eat tarts from anywhere else, trust me, they really have the best tarts! There is a queue outside for takeaway only and you can choose to buy them to takeaway and sit outside in the grassy areas of Belem. To avoid queues, go later in the evening, it’s very busy in afternoons.
Near our apartments, only 150. Highlight for its biological charcoal grill. Meats and fish are popularly recommended. You can make a reservation online.
It is very near our apartments, only 200m. Try their “Francesinha” if you don’t intend to go to Porto. Reservation number: 216 027 858. You can also make a reservation online.
Solar dos Presuntos is a traditional Portuguese restaurant located in Lisbon, which offers a variety of classic Portuguese dishes, such as cod, seafood, and meat. The atmosphere is elegant and sophisticated, and the service is of high quality.
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Casa Portuguesa do Pastel de Bacalhau is a great option for those who want to try one of the most traditional dishes of Portuguese cuisine: cod pastry. The atmosphere is simple and informal, which makes it the ideal place for a quick and relaxed lunch or dinner.
In the Eduardo VII Park. Michelin 1 star fine dine. Eleven friends got together for the love of gastronomy and created Eleven. One of the partners is Chef Joachim Koerper, a German by birth and an adoptive Mediterranean who practices market and seasonal cuisine, taking advantage of the fresh ingredients available every day, at every time of the year. Make sure to book a table online! They have a special offer on weekdays for the set lunch.
Very close to the apartments, a cozy cocktail bar. Suggest going around 10pm and supposed to be quick to get a table for 2 people. It serves excellent (and strong) cocktails.
Enter by ringing a doorbell at the entrance and wait for a server to come to greet you.
The bar was founded in 1948 and is known for its eclectic décor, which includes hundreds of thousands of collectibles, from toys to military artifacts to ancient relics. It’s a popular spot for tourists and locals alike, and is known for its wide variety of drinks and snacks. The bar has five rooms, one of which is dedicated to Portuguese history, with displays of ancient artifacts such as coins, swords, and armor.
The avenue is famous for being one of the most expensive shopping streets in Europe and has become an international luxury destination for shopping and fine dining.
Due to its central location and proximity to prestigious places and institutions, such as the Chiado neighborhood, Praça Marquês de Pombal, Parque Eduardo VII, and many others, the avenue has long been considered the heart of the city and is an address very prestigious in Lisbon.
Public park in Lisbon, which honors Edward VII of the United Kingdom, who visited Portugal in 1902, to strengthen relations between the two countries. Until this visit, its name was Liberty Park. Within the park area are the Carlos Lope Pavilion, and the Estufa Fria, and, at the northern top of the park, there is a flagpole, where the largest Portuguese flag in the world is usually used.
Iconic square and monument in Lisbon, dedicated to the influential statement Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, known for its grandeur and central location.
Near the Eduardo VII Park. It is the only department store in the city and a favourite destination for weekenders who like to find everything in one place. In EI Corte Ingles, the range of products is huge, including fashion, cosmetics and perfumes, fashion accessories, jewellery, decoration, technology, sports, toys, culture and food. It brings together the best-known brands, national and international.
Historic square in the heart of Lisbon, featuring beautiful fountains, impressive architecture, and a lively atmosphere, with cafes, shops, and street performers.
Majestic waterfront square, known as the “Gateway to Lisbon”, adorned with grand arcades and historic buildings, offering stunning river views, a bustling atmosphere, and access to significant landmarks and cultural events.
The Santa Justa Elevator, made of wrought iron in neo-Gothic style and built in 1902, connects Baixa Pombalina to the Chiado neighborhood and is one of the greatest symbols of Lisbon.
The Cable Car connects the Lisbon Oceanarium to Parque das Nações and offers an incredible panoramic view of the city and the Tagus River. It is easy to access and is a great program for the whole family.
The Lisbon Oceanarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world, with more than 15,000 animals from 500 different species. The aquarium is divided into four habitats: the North Atlantic, the South Atlantic, the Pacific, and the Indian and Antarctic Oceans.
The Belém Tower is the most charming and touristic point in the parish of Belém. The medieval defense tower, built in the 16th century, is one of the most emblematic monuments in Lisbon and is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.