Sunday, 3 August 2014


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.

31. Zambeze
A huge terrace that both locals and turists love. It offers a panoramic view of downtown, including the Arch of Rua Augusta.

32. Alameda dos Oceanos - Lote 2.11
There are several terraces by the Oceanarium that also face the top of the Vasco da Gama Tower and the waterfront. And the restaurants that own those terraces have different specialities, so you have many options according to what you feel like eating.

33. Café Lisboa
With a menu for lunch, another for dinner, and a last one for the afternoon, Café Lisboa offers a beautiful spot to relax in the calm São Carlos Square.

34. Café Nicola
This is one of the historic cafés of Lisbon. Its terrace faces Rossio, one of the city's most emblematic squares, as well as its fountains, the façade of Dona Maria II Theatre and even the castle above.

35. Largo do Carmo
Facing the ruins of the Carmo Convent and below beautiful jacaranda trees, Largo do Carmo (photo) has multiple terraces that belong to different restaurants.

36. Jardim do Príncipe Real
The Gardens of Príncipe Real are perfect for a romantic walk under the shade of century-old trees. It has several kiosks with beautiful terraces perfect to have a drink both during the day and at night. 

37. Bella Lisa Elevador
At the top of one of the most iconic monuments of Lisbon, there's Bella Lisa Elevator, serving Italian cuisine with a panoramic view of downtown and the castle.

38. Café no Chiado
Offering lunch, dinner and snacks, Café do Chiado is located between São Luiz and São Carlos Theatres, where you can see the trams whenever they pass by.

39. U Chiado
This is considered to be one of the best restaurants in Chiado. It serves not only lunch and dinner, but also light afternoon meals to enjoy in its terrace.

40. Centro Vasco da Gama
There are a few terraces on the third floor of the Vasco da Gama Mall that offer a magnificent view of the waterfront, Vasco da Gama Tower and Meo Arena.

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