My Favorites | Highlights

My Favorites | Highlights

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City Managers favorite places

3.7/5

Bairro Alto

Nightlife

Bairro Alto, this old neighborhood is one of the pearls and one of the most emblematic symbols for the local residents, specially during the night. In fact, Bairro Alto completely changes from day to...

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4.1/5

Chapitô à Mesa

Restaurants

Are you looking for a different kind of place with an amazing view over the Lisbon's hills? A place where you can have a drink, a meal and even join an artistic movement? Then Chapitô à Mesa is the pe...

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3.6/5

LX Factory

Shops and markets

LX Factory was, in 1846, a Fabrics Factory (Companhia de Fiação e Tecidos Lisbonense), a Typographic industry and even a Graphic – Gráfica Mirandela. But once this industries were over, the place beca...

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3.4/5

Tram 28

Adventure, Leisure Time, Guided Tours

Tram 28 is one of the Lisbon’s famous yellow trams. The Tram 28 is an historical journey through the hills and main points of Lisbon. To enjoy a ride on the famous Tram 28 you will only have to pay a...

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3.4/5

(Antiga Confeitaria de Belém) Pastéis de Belém

Coffee, Tea, Bistros and Gelaterias

Antiga Confeiteria de Belém is the only place in the whole world where you can find the original Pastel de Belém, a unique and delicious kind of Custard Tart (pastel de nata). The Antiga Confeiaria de...

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5/5

Bica Lift (Elevador da Bica)

Sights

This lift, as well as Lavra and Glória lifts, is a funicular that helps people going up or down the steep and long streets that are so caracteristic here in Lisbon. The Bica Lift - as well as the othe...

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Top 10 for first-time visitors

5/5

Comércio Square (Praça do Comércio)

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

Praça do Comércio is one of the biggest squares in Europe (around 36 000m2) and it was, during a long time in the past, the entrance to the city of Lisbon. In Praça do Comércio, you can still see the...

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4.5/5

Alfama Neighborhood (Bairro de Alfama)

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

Alfama is one of the most traditional and timeless neighborhoods in Lisbon, one of the most pure places, heart and soul of Lisbon. Alfama is the second oldest neighborhood in Europe and it one of the...

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3.7/5

Carmo Convent (Convento do Carmo)

Sights

This is another MyCityHighlight top10 highlight: the Convento do Carmo. The ruins of this Gothic church are a present and timeless reminder of the 1755 earthquake tragedy, one of the worst days in the...

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3.4/5

(Antiga Confeitaria de Belém) Pastéis de Belém

Coffee, Tea, Bistros and Gelaterias

Antiga Confeiteria de Belém is the only place in the whole world where you can find the original Pastel de Belém, a unique and delicious kind of Custard Tart (pastel de nata). The Antiga Confeiaria de...

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3.2/5

São Pedro de Alcântara Viewing Point (Miradouro São Pedro de Alcântara)

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara is one of the best panoramic viewing points over Lisbon. The São Pedro de Alcântara Viewing Point, still part of Bairro Alto, offers you the possibility to admire s...

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