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Best things to do in Lisboa

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Event Space
“The most ancient market of Lisbon. It is beautiful and in the mornings you can buy fruits, vegetables, fish and meat. It has lots of restaurants inside”
282 locals recommend
Market
“There are lots of different restaurants available, so everyone can enjoy from it. Find a table and then each one goes and gets the food they want. A bit hard too coordinate when everyone's food will arrive so you will probably each eat at different times but worth a visit. It is also great for drinks and there is a club there as well called Rive Rouge.”
42 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Located on the second floor of the Time Out Market, this is a Lisbon classic. If you go, definitely try the chocolate mousse!”
38 locals recommend
Lounge
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“Epic bar Bar/club in Cais do Sodré with a good DJ selection. From funk to electronic, rock, house, techno... Free entrance!”
25 locals recommend
Hotel
“Lisbon's most photographed street is probably Rua da Bica de Duarte Belo. It's in the historic and picturesque neighborhood of Bica, one of the city's most traditional neighborhoods, known for its small bars and especially for the iconic funicular that runs through it. Constantly photographed by tourists, the funicular has been going up and down the hill since 1892. The tiny neighborhood, found between the Bairro Alto and Cais do Sodré districts, is made up of cobbled lanes and stairways, dating back to 1597, after a landslide.”
20 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
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“Mexican restaurant with excellent cocktails very near the apartment. They open at 6pm and get very full. Better go early because they don't take bookings!”
21 locals recommend
Nightclub
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“It’s Lux’s little brother, something no other club in the city can brag about. It was one the great nightlife novelties of 2016, with a concept different from its sister venue (and from every other bar in Cais do Sodré). Open from 10pm to 4am on the first floor of Time Out Market, it’s great for some post-dinner activity– whether it be drinking or dancing. On Sundays – and this is where it stands out – it has matinée sessions from 5pm to 1am, for those of us who want to go to be dearly.”
8 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“Interesting market with fresh fish, fruit, vegetables, especially early in the morning...”
12 locals recommend
Steakhouse
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8 locals recommend
Bakery
“The best Nata (egg tart) in Lisbon. There is a store in Time out market. You must grab one of these!”
5 locals recommend
Wine Bar
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“Lovely antique bar, very small, great drinks, right in the centre of Cais do Sodré. Not to be missed!”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Other Central Market,where you can have meals. Avenue 24 Julho , 50 meters from Cais do Sodré. Esplanades looking to Jardim D. Luis. Some of best portuguese chefs are there with mini restaurants.”
5 locals recommend
Lounge
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“One of the most personal bar / club that mostly locals visit. Great dj concerts and vibes, definitely a must to visit. Preconceptions not allowed, where the gathering of people to the sound of good music is realized. Despite all the questionable changes in the area, Lounge is still loyal to its original old school feeling. https://www.facebook.com/loungelisboa/ https://www.loungelisboa.com.pt/blog/”
4 locals recommend
Electronics Store
“Due to its enormous historical and cultural significance, the elevator was classified as a national monument”
2 locals recommend
Plaza
“"Mercado da Ribeira": Not so fast food, delivered by the most famous Portuguese "CHEFF". 5 minutes walking distance. Opens everyday from 10am to midnight. Fridays and saturdays untill 2am.”
4 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
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“Cervecería 100 Montaditos is a Spanish brewery whose menu is based on 100 different tapas dishes of different products at the cost of € 1. Presently it counts more than 100 restaurants distributed by Spain, in the regime of franchising.”
1 local recommends