With over 20 food corners, Mercado da Ribeira is best visited in the early morning. This food
and flower market is housed in a historic neoclassical building built in 1882.
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A couple of minutes walk from Lisbon’s central Príncipe Real, this chic, upscale hotel offers a bistro, rooftop bar, indoor pool plus spacious rooms with private
sitting areas with sofas and verandas with hot tubs.
Rich ingredients from Italy are not only worked into the wood oven baked pizza
but also sold at the restaurant deli, a sunny terrace bar serving Prosecco and cocktails backs onto Lisbon’s verdant Botanical
This extraordinary hip restaurant bar at
the heart of the Memmo hotel is inspired
by Portugal’s colonial past and probably has the best views in Lisbon with outdoor pool terrace to crown it all.
Housed in the iconic Ribeiro da Cunha Palace, this 19th century new-Arabian Palace was turned into a concept store that hosts a series of local brands and artists focused
on Portuguese design, crafts, fashion, food and culture.
This beach-front hotel, 30 minutes from central Lisbon, has arguable the best location on the Estoril coast. The views over the Cascais bay are breath-taking and are best seen from the rooftop bar and pool, which
is heated in winter.
Just 10 minutes ferry ride across the river Tagus from Lisbon you will find the town
of Almada where you can wander along
the dock and try out the local flavour.
This Brazilian themed restaurant is the cream of the crop.
Fancy a private pool party Ibiza style?
Well this is the closest thing you will find
in Portugal. Here resident DJs rock out the beats and cocktails flow. The space includes a beauty spa and kids pool.
This Unesco jewel in the crown of Portugal‘s heritage is packed with castles, palaces and lush formal gardens making it a must see attraction and prompted Lord Byron
to christen it "Glorious Eden". Don't miss
Pena Palace, Quinta da Regaleira and the town of Sintra itself.
This late 18th century palace looks more like a lavish museum than Lisbon’s latest gastronomic hotspot with its majestic high frescoed ceilings and gold leaf chandeliers. The noble abode was destroyed by the 1755 earthquake then rebuilt and was once owned by the Baron of Quintela but is now home to seven restaurants and a champagne bar.
Lisbon’s latest gastro pub is popular with the rich and famous including the Rolling Stones who dine there when they are on tour. Run by Diogo Noronha, one of the city’s top rising star chefs, food is cooked with a twist.