Aerial View of area surrounding Praça do Comércio
Praça Rossio was the communal area that was the preferred location for social events in Lisbon including the many executions of the Portuguese Inquisition.
Rua Augusta is the main pedestrian street in Lisbon which is packed full with shops and restaurants suited to all tastes.
Built in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake in 1755 Praça do Comércio is now the splendid centerpiece of this wonderful city.
The views are spectacular from here looking over the terracotta tiled roofs with Castelo de Sao Jorge in the distance the Lisbon Elevator to you left and the river Tagus to your right.
Bairro Alto Rooftop bar in this hotel is listed in the Top 10 Rooftop bars in the world and presents another fantastic lookout over the river to see the sun go down.
The British Bar is a place for a quiet beer for those who like a bit of nostalgia.
The clientele is diverse and the bar has an alternative atmosphere.... Not to be missed
Foxtrot - It's a beautiful and elegant bar and leaves you with a feeling it was and may still be a haunt of the decadent and nonconformist society of Lisbon
Lisbon's Hidden Treasure - The most amazing bar that I've been to - Make the effort to visit here!
This is our top choice for the best bar in Lisbon to see the sunset over the River Tagus and April 25th Bridge.
This is a secluded courtyard on one of the busiest streets in Lisbon. Here you will find three terrific restaurants hidden through an archway on Rua Garrett.
Santini Ice Cream - It must be the coolest place in town
Serving great Italian cuisine at incredibly reasonable prices you can easily leave here satisfied with dinner for two and a bottle of wine which includes vistas of Alfama and the Castelo de São Jorge for less than €35
Whether it's, tapas, a cheese board or a spicy pizza, the food is delicious and served with a smile.
Ponto Final - Take a boat trip adventure and dine with the panoramic views of Lisbon as your backdrop.
The casual style is echoed by the friendly staff and great music, all of which generate a special atmosphere which is often hard to find.
Portvgalia - Another magical discovery down by the monuments!
Pão a Mesa - Pão means bread in Portuguese but this restaurant offers way more than bread. Great for groups dining or couples.
Noobai - Go no further for a lunch with a view. Great food, service and atmosphere not to be missed.
Pharmacia - Just what the Pharmacist ordered- Fantastic food and amazing location to relax after your dinner.
Taberna Portuguesa - I'm Turning Portuguesa, I really think so!!!
If you wander around this city then you will unveil true gems and Bairro Do Avillez is a gem.
It's not quite 5 Star food but the location, atmosphere and diversity surely makes up for that.
Chiado Caffe - It's not just their superb coffee and their Natas which are freshly baked all day in their very own kitchen... it's being part of the city that makes this place so special.
Laid out in a warehouse where the markets of Lisbon are still trading today you can find a world of culinary experiences and the Portuguese remain true to their international travels.
Ibo Restaurante - Where they are big on seafood but be sure to book a table to avoid dissapointment
Vestigius - Relax by the river as the boat comes in!
Palacio Chiado is a must go destination for an extraordinary dining experience and caters for a variety of tastes and pockets.
Restaurante Martinho Da Arcada - Fantastic spot to people watch with a variety of menus to chose from, frequented by locals and tourists alike.
Café Brazileira - Perfect coffee stop for the professional 'People Watcher'
Figaro's is much more than a barbers, it's pure entertainment from the moment you step in the door.