Whenever the weather is sunny and warm, there are 50 terraces in Lisbon that we suggest you to visit for a great ambience and magnificent view.
11. Pátio do Siza
From the pizzas of Mezzogiorno to the light meals of Aprazível and Fábulas, the Pátio do Siza has a variety of meals that fit any time of the day. Not only that, its perfect for who wants to get away from the bustle of the streets of Chiado to have a meal.
12. Praça do Município
The perfect place to sit, relax and admire the surrounding architecture and the passing trams. One of the most elegant terraces of Lisbon, it has a kiosk with salads, sandwiches and freshly-squeezed juices.
13. Rua Cor-de-Rosa
Rua Nova do Carvalho (photo), usually known as Rua Cor-de-Rosa ("Pink Street"), has terraces that you can visit at any time of the day, for a drink or meal. At night, these become Lisbon's most popular terraces.
14. Este Oeste
Mixing Italian and Japanese cuisines in its meals, this terrace offers a great view of the Tagus River and of the Discoveries Monument. Not only that, it allows you to enjoy this amazing view under the shade of olive and palm trees.
15. Quiosque das Portas do Sol
Often full of turists relaxing with a cup of coffee or a glass of beer, this kiosk's terrace is located in an viewpoint where you can absorve an amaving view and take some wonderful photos.
A varied soundtrack, a lively atmosphere and light meals - that's what you'll find at Noobai. That is, of course, along with a beautiful view, that gets even more amazing at sunset.
Facing the Santa Catarina viewpoint, there's a reataurant with lounge chairs in the grass of its garden terrace. You can visit it anytime from lunch to dinner to have tapas and cocktails.
18. Quiosque do Miradouro de Santa Catarina
Beware of Adamastor, the mythical portuguese sea monster! Its just by the terrace, which also faces the harbor and the 25 de Abril Bridge, giving its visitors an amazing sunset view.
19. Café A Brasileira
This coffee shop opened in 1905 and is a mandatory stop for anyone visiting Lisbon. You'll never be alone on its terrace since the Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa is always there - as a statue, however. Part of the sidewalk in front of it is, more often than not, occupied by street artists performing.
20. Café Benard
One of Lisbon's oldest coffe shops. Being the most famous for its croissants, it serves a variety of pastries that both locals and turists enjoy.