Garden Alameda Dom Afonso Henriques
On this spacious square you can enjoy a glass of beer or a cup of coffee at the quiosque, watch old men playing chess, kids playing football, people going out and about, walking dogs or winding down after work.
“All types of stores here; kebab places open until late (midnight) and small fruit markets; restaurants, small pastry shops "pastelarias" with some delicious desserts and pastries perfect for morning coffee; another minipreço supermarket.”
“Going down this street, you'll reach one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Lisboa: Mouraria... where fado was born!”
“This small chapel has a legend. Any pregnant women that sits on the holy rock chair will have a good labour. Ask for the church lady to open it for you.”
“ Good "petiscos", the Portuguese word for tapas, and traditional Portuguese food, with a very enthusiastic and fun team! Inside one of the true original markets of Lisbon, pick up some fresh produce and have a great lunch here afterwards! Why you should visit it Really good food, vibrant surroundings and amazing wine! Special tip Ask the owner, Miguel, to choose the wine for you!”