Wednesday, 7 May 2014


Nightlife in Lisbon... well the main action starts in the Bairro Alto, where more than 250 appealing bars lined up in a web of streets between graffiti-plastered walls, taverns and local restaurants. Near the river, there's also the hip neighborhood around Cais do Sodré railway station.
Although Portugal is largely known for dried cod and taverns, the capital begins to claim for a range of restaurants. Seafood remains "a must", but the trend is for modern, sophisticated and affordable food.
But if you are passionate about art, in Lisbon you can find stylish leather goods, bold wine labels, interiors combining vintage with the latest designer pieces and spectacular buildings. Plus, a several of Museum are at your disposal, museums such the Gulbenkian Foundation, the Berardo Museum or the National Museum of Ancient Art.

So, as you can see, there's nothing boring about Lisbon!

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