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Best things to do in Lisboa

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

Cocktail Bar
“Stunning view of Martim Moniz, and Castelo Sao Jorge. Live DJ sets, restaurant with a classic menu and reasonable prices given the location. ”
72 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
“Real and simple typical portuguese food, they just serve lunch an usually there is a line, it’s better to go early!”
73 locals recommend
“Best rooftop for sundown drinks with amazing views - arrive early to nab a seat and a cocktail and don't forget your camera!”
35 locals recommend
“the 15 and the 28 tram are in this square, have in mind that they are public transportation .”
33 locals recommend
“Martin Moniz is one of the closest Metro Stations (Green Line). Bus (734) or Tram 28E stop here. ”
111 locals recommend
“Beautiful view of Downtown lisbon, a place to check out for a sundowner drink. ”
9 locals recommend
Miscellaneous Shop
“With infinite and mysterious galleries with shops that sell products from all imaginable sources. This is "our" chinatown with aroma of curry and Romanian music to the mix.”
10 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
5 locals recommend
5 locals recommend
Chinese Restaurant
“the real chinese food, secret place you need to pay with cash! go and embrace the experience that is worthy of a movie.”
4 locals recommend
“It is the multicultural and ethnical center of Lisbon. You can find shops from people of different countries: India, Morocco, China, Pakistan and so on! You can buy incense, tea, and exotic goods.”
7 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Stalls in the middle of Martim Moniz Square offer foods from the various corners of the globe throughout the day.”
6 locals recommend
Train Station
“This is the starting point of tram 28. It provides an easier method to travel through Alfama but is incredibly popular with tourists and locals alike. During the hours of 10am to 6pm it is often standing room only, and watch out for pickpockets.”
29 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
“Mouraria is where the Moors were allowed to live after the Christian reconquest of Lisbon in 1147, before being expelled together with the Jews in 1497. Little survives from that period except for traces of the medieval wall, but this curiously remains the most multiethnic neighborhood in the city. The majority of the foreign population is from Bangladesh, followed by immigrants from China, India, Pakistan, and Mozambique. It's nonetheless a very authentically Lisbon neighborhood, known as the birthplace of Fado. It was here that the first great Fado singer lived in the 1800s, the legendary Severa who fell in love with a count and took the music of the people to the aristocracy. Other big n”
4 locals recommend
“A Mouraria, um dos mais tradicionais e culturais bairros de Lisboa, onde se encontra o Sítio dos Cavaleiros, está integrada na chamada Baixa de Lisboa, local onde estão muitas das mais importantes atrações turísticas daquela que é conhecida como a cidade das Setes Colinas. Esta zona é também muito central com serviços e transportes para chegar a qualquer parte da cidade e regiões envolventes. No Sítio dos Cavaleiros irá encontrar toda a autenticidade do acolhedor povo português. Sejam bem-vindos!”
2 locals recommend