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Things to do in Lisbon

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Things to do in Lisbon

Food scene
Top recommendations from locals From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes Lisbon city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
This huge market is the place to go for a Lisbon "street food" experience. Nearly 40 kiosks, not much more than kitchen units, are housed around the edge of an immense covered hall. Each "restaurant" specializes in a particular cuisine so the choice of food is varied deliciously tempting. Traditional Portuguese gastronomy is well represented, with seafood a great favourite. Not to miss: Roast pork sandwich - Balcão da Esquina, Bacalhau à Brás – Miguel Castro e Silva, 64-degree egg - Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, Polvo assado com tapioca negra – O Surf & Turf.
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Time Out Market Lisbon
49 Av. 24 de Julho
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This huge market is the place to go for a Lisbon "street food" experience. Nearly 40 kiosks, not much more than kitchen units, are housed around the edge of an immense covered hall. Each "restaurant" specializes in a particular cuisine so the choice of food is varied deliciously tempting. Traditional Portuguese gastronomy is well represented, with seafood a great favourite. Not to miss: Roast pork sandwich - Balcão da Esquina, Bacalhau à Brás – Miguel Castro e Silva, 64-degree egg - Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, Polvo assado com tapioca negra – O Surf & Turf.
Sea food lovers, its a MUST for the best in town. The best time to go to Ramiro is at five in the afternoon. There, when the big lunches are over, it's still not the time for the English to dine and the Portuguese are thinking about going there for an afternoon snack (but do not divulge this secret, please). When you leave, you will even laugh at the queue. Must try: the clams the Bulhão Pato way - with toasts full of butter, obviously.
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Ramiro
nº1 - H Av. Alm. Reis
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Sea food lovers, its a MUST for the best in town. The best time to go to Ramiro is at five in the afternoon. There, when the big lunches are over, it's still not the time for the English to dine and the Portuguese are thinking about going there for an afternoon snack (but do not divulge this secret, please). When you leave, you will even laugh at the queue. Must try: the clams the Bulhão Pato way - with toasts full of butter, obviously.
Neighborhoods
Sintra is a resort town in the foothills of Portugal’s Sintra Mountains, near the capital, Lisbon. A longtime royal sanctuary, its forested terrain is studded with pastel-colored villas and palaces, its a must see. Quinta da Regaleira, Pena Palace, Cabo da Roca, Castle of the Moors, Palace of Sintra, Sintra’s Delicacies and many more to see. Its worth a day visit.
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Sintra is a resort town in the foothills of Portugal’s Sintra Mountains, near the capital, Lisbon. A longtime royal sanctuary, its forested terrain is studded with pastel-colored villas and palaces, its a must see. Quinta da Regaleira, Pena Palace, Cabo da Roca, Castle of the Moors, Palace of Sintra, Sintra’s Delicacies and many more to see. Its worth a day visit.
If you're in Lisbon, you definitely can't leave without taking a tour through Cascais. Less than an hour away from the city - and you can even take the train and enjoy the view on the way there - it's the true jewel of Portugal's capital. I recommend take a day trip tour from Lisbon to Sintra with a stop in Cascais
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Cascais e Estoril
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If you're in Lisbon, you definitely can't leave without taking a tour through Cascais. Less than an hour away from the city - and you can even take the train and enjoy the view on the way there - it's the true jewel of Portugal's capital. I recommend take a day trip tour from Lisbon to Sintra with a stop in Cascais
Alfama, is one of the most fascinating and traditional districts of Lisbon. Top attractions of this traditional and picturesque Lisbon district: -Casa dos Bicos (“House of the Pointed Stones”) - São Jorge Castle (Castelo S. Jorge) - Lisbon Cathedral (Sé de Lisboa) - Santo António Church (Igreja de Santo António) - Santa Luzia Viewpoint (Miradouro Santa Luzia) - Portas do Sol Viewpoint (Miradouro das Portas do Sol) - Decorative Arts Museum (Museu de Artes Decorativas) - São Vicente de Fora Church (Igreja de São Vicente de Fora) - Feira da Ladra (“Thieves Market") - National Pantheon of Portugal (Panteão Nacional) - Fado Museum (Museu do Fado) - Military Museum (Museu Militar) - National Tile Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo)
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Alfama, is one of the most fascinating and traditional districts of Lisbon. Top attractions of this traditional and picturesque Lisbon district: -Casa dos Bicos (“House of the Pointed Stones”) - São Jorge Castle (Castelo S. Jorge) - Lisbon Cathedral (Sé de Lisboa) - Santo António Church (Igreja de Santo António) - Santa Luzia Viewpoint (Miradouro Santa Luzia) - Portas do Sol Viewpoint (Miradouro das Portas do Sol) - Decorative Arts Museum (Museu de Artes Decorativas) - São Vicente de Fora Church (Igreja de São Vicente de Fora) - Feira da Ladra (“Thieves Market") - National Pantheon of Portugal (Panteão Nacional) - Fado Museum (Museu do Fado) - Military Museum (Museu Militar) - National Tile Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo)
Sightseeing
The birthplace of Lisbon, this castle has been occupied since 1st century BC. Apart from the castle and museum, it is truly one of the most magnificent views in the city. The Best View ever! An historical monument that is worth visiting, especially during afternoon.
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圣若热城堡
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The birthplace of Lisbon, this castle has been occupied since 1st century BC. Apart from the castle and museum, it is truly one of the most magnificent views in the city. The Best View ever! An historical monument that is worth visiting, especially during afternoon.
One of the best viewpoints in Lisbon if not the best. Really worth of climbing. You have to climb 166 steps so for some people it may be hard. But the view, landscape are breath-taking.
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Miradouro da Senhora do Monte
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One of the best viewpoints in Lisbon if not the best. Really worth of climbing. You have to climb 166 steps so for some people it may be hard. But the view, landscape are breath-taking.
The Santa Justa Lift, also called Carmo Lift, is an elevator, or lift, in the civil parish of Santa Justa, in the historical city of Lisbon, Portugal. Situated at the end of Rua de Santa Justa, it connects the lower streets of the Baixa with the higher Largo do Carmo. the access to this location via Rua do Ouro requires you to take the lift, which often is overcrowded. An easy choice would be to access directly the top side via Largo Do Carmo, right next to Carmo Convent.
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圣胡斯塔升降机
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The Santa Justa Lift, also called Carmo Lift, is an elevator, or lift, in the civil parish of Santa Justa, in the historical city of Lisbon, Portugal. Situated at the end of Rua de Santa Justa, it connects the lower streets of the Baixa with the higher Largo do Carmo. the access to this location via Rua do Ouro requires you to take the lift, which often is overcrowded. An easy choice would be to access directly the top side via Largo Do Carmo, right next to Carmo Convent.
Chill Out
Bairro Alto is the only district in Lisbon that transforms drastically and is unrecognizable between day and night. Bairro Alto has been dubbed the bohemian district, full of luxury shops located on Rua do Norte, and endless bars and restaurants. Bairro Alto is a place where visitors can crowds of all ages blending together seamlessly, giving the district a unique Avant Garde vibe mixed with old-fashioned influences. This is the place where you have people in the street drinking and partying. Full of restaurants and bars, it´s a lively place.
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里斯本上城
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Bairro Alto is the only district in Lisbon that transforms drastically and is unrecognizable between day and night. Bairro Alto has been dubbed the bohemian district, full of luxury shops located on Rua do Norte, and endless bars and restaurants. Bairro Alto is a place where visitors can crowds of all ages blending together seamlessly, giving the district a unique Avant Garde vibe mixed with old-fashioned influences. This is the place where you have people in the street drinking and partying. Full of restaurants and bars, it´s a lively place.
Night Clubs
Owned by John Malkovich, this is Lisbon's most famous club and the amazing view over the river. Its a place of Culture, Scene, to have a good night of drinks and something enthusiastic and diferent. Nothing happens though before 01H30.
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LuxFrágil
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Owned by John Malkovich, this is Lisbon's most famous club and the amazing view over the river. Its a place of Culture, Scene, to have a good night of drinks and something enthusiastic and diferent. Nothing happens though before 01H30.

城市游览建议

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Don't take risks: book a table
The recent boom of trendy spaces and experiences, particularly strong in the restaurant scene, has made Lisbon’s gastronomy even more appetising, with a caveat: if you’re not quick enough, you risk not being able to get a table in the majority of popular venues (and this is a risk every night of the week, by the way). Do your homework (meaning, read Time Out), and whatever you do, book a table.
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Pay attention to the bill at the end of the trip
If you still haven’t registered on one of the many transportation apps available in Lisbon, just make sure you’re not getting ripped off. In normal conditions, the trip from the airport to the centre of the city should cost about 10 euros. And follow this old trick: hail your taxi at departures instead of arrivals.
习俗和文化
Expect kisses
Portuguese people naturally love to kiss, and the tradition to kiss both cheeks is very much alive in Lisbon. Be prepared to greet (and be greeted by) strangers with two kisses on the face (or just one, in posher settings) alive in Lisbon.
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Bring comfy shoes for the seven hills
Lisbon’s beauty is unbeatable on Instagram, but remember that this is tricky terrain, with the city’s famous seven hills and slippery Portuguese pavement that turn the walking experience (better to discover every nook and cranny) into a real challenge. Bring your comfiest sports shoes or you’ll regret it. And don’t even think about heels.
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Avoid the lines
Avoid the lines, top up your transport card in the metro. With a Viva card, you can choose the “zapping” option and travel across nine modes of public transportation with only one title. Top up any value you want at any automatic machine in the metro network, even if it’s a train or an elevator you want to take - you’ll avoid long lines this way.
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Choose your fado house carefully
Fado is Portugal’s traditional music - nothing new here - and suddenly became cool again in recent years, but know that not every venue is worth it, especially the ones for tourists. Use the site www.timeout.com to find a guide of the best sites to listen to fado, but I will suggest some: A Nini, Adega Machado, Casa de Linhares, Clube de Fado.
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No one Will get mad if you arrive late
Though a lot has changed over the years, including the increased attention paid to schedules, Portuguese punctuality is still far from the British standard. The tolerance is usually up to half an hour (if not more), so don’t be surprised if you’re the first one there because you arrived at the time agreed upon, just like a Swiss clock
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We speak English (and a bit of everything else)
Portuguese people are known for their linguistic abilities, not to mention their hospitality. You’re very likely to find people who speak English better than average, and maybe even some French (especially in the older generations), or pretty good Spanish, but don’t push your luck - no one expects us to speak Armenian.
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Very typical? Think again
There’s one trend you should pay particular attention to: the shops and restaurants that are supposedly really old, but not actually. Since 1872? Very typical? In some cases, the tradition has just been created for the benefit of tourists, so be aware, especially in the heart of the city, the most fertile grounds for these traps.
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The best vegetarian restaurants in Lisbon
Looking for the best vegetarian restaurants in Lisbon? Here are my favorites and great options for those avoiding meat and fish. Graça 77, Eight – The Health Lounge, My Mother's Daughters, Antigo Talho, Foodprintz, O Botanista, Terra another vegetarian restaurant with an outside eating area, worth a special trip.