BAIRRO ALTO | Neighborhoods



Lisbon is a city known by its traditional neighborhoods. They are the main ingredients to its charm and it’s a wast coming to Lisbon and not walking through their picturesque streets experiencing their enchantment.

This week we bring to you Bairro Alto, which is one of the most representative neighborhoods of Lisbon. Its narrow and secular streets are filled with local business, from restaurants, Fado houses and bars, to fashion stores and tattoo shops.

Bairro Alto is one of the most important hotspots of the Lisbon Night Circuit (if not the very most one). Mainly in the summer, people from all generations and countries get together and enjoy its unique environment.

Definitely a must see experience neighborhood of Lisbon, which deserves a considerable portion of your time to enjoy it!

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KAFFEEHAUS | Restaurants


Two friends founded the Austrian Kaffeehaus, a Viennese café in Chiado, near the Teatro São Carlos, with relaxed atmosphere and an eclectic and welcoming decor. The trademark of this place is a huge box with posters of operas, films and plays from Austrian theaters. The Kaffeehaus serves typical Austrian meals and also some German specialties to taste (like Frankfurt sausages) while having a typical German Beer.

OPEN: Tuesdays to Thursdays, from 11:00 to 24:00; Fridays to Saturdays, from 11:00 to 24:00; Sundays from 11:00 to 20:00.

RESERVATIONS: Accepts everyday except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays – 210 956 828



WHERE:  Rua Anchieta, 3 – See it on Google Maps


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If you’re coming to Lisbon, you must experience the city by walking through its streets and neighborhoods, feeling the culture and tradition that live in every detail. 

One of Lisbon’s best gifts to you is the Fado music, considered World’s Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. 

To those who are coming to visit Lisbon this weekend we recommend to take a tour to Listen to the story of Severa, the legendary singer of Fado, get to know the most beautiful love poems, go to the most emblematic places and and to learn multidisciplinary ways that new generations have kept Fado alive. Also, listen to a live singer, and in the end enjoy a Portuguese Typical soup with roast chorizo ​​in one of the city’s Fado houses. All this for 25€!

RESERVATIONS AND MORE INFO (Sunday, 12th of January): (+351) 913 221 790 / 969 233 891 /


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If you have some spare time to just relax and escape from the city (without leaving it), be sure to visit and Xperience Jardim da Estrela (Star Garden), built back in 1852.

Just next to Basílica da Estrela (one of the most important Lisbon churches), at Lapa’s neighborhood, this park offers its visitors 4,6 hectares of trees, lakes, tracks, promenades, so you can either walk and run, take a cup of coffee, or just lay down on the grass listening to your favorite chill out music.

In the summer months there are lots of activities like, outdoor cinema and jazz music concerts.

SEE WHERE IT IS – Google Maps

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MONTE AGUDO | Viewspots


Not everyone knows about this one. Hidden inside a forest park, this quite spot offers a real urban escape with a magnificent view over the city of Lisbon. Also, you can Xperience it while having a drink or a cup of coffee with friends, seating in its terrace promenade. The perfect place to date the city!

SEE WHERE IT IS – Google Maps

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PHARMACIA | Restaurants


Inside the same building as the National Association of Pharmacies, Pharmacia restaurant opened in May 2011. Given the location, it is intended to recreate the imaginary and a former pharmacy environment. The restaurant privileges the Portuguese cuisine and has a great variety of what Portuguese like to call “Petiscos” (several small plates of different foods).

It has spirit of conviviality and informality, same as if we were at a friend’s house, sharing platters and conversations. 

The space also includes a cocktail bar, designed from Portuguese drinks like Port Wine, Moscatel, Medronho or Brandymel, which is the specialty of the Chef. 

OPEN: Every day except Mondays, from 1:00 pm until 1:00 am

RESERVATIONS: Advised – 213462146



WHERE:  Rua Marechal Saldanha, 1 – See it on Google Maps


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