There are bars, restaurants and shops everywhere. The streets are tiny but filled with people esp around 11pm onwards. Wonderful place
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It's a beautiful old part of town but not safe at night. I felt threatened and a friend has his pocket picked in a bar. He knew exactly who had done it and when he politely and non confrontationally asked to have his money back...More
Impossible not to fall in love with these tiny narrow streets, that cross each other, end-up, appear, make one to get lost and then.. discover small cozy cafes, fado bars, wineries, galleries, - the true and authentic face of Lisboa..
This place has its little charm when you wander into all the alleys, stopping off for a drink or bite in the cosy bars/restaurants... and at the end you can wander down the hill to either the viewpoint or tram 28...or if you want the...More
Best restaurants, best bars, best B/B, best Hostels, best neibourhood, quiet during the day, happy and festive in the evening.
walk up the many little streets there are many restaurants, cafes, bars you will be spoilt for choice. Very crowded on weekends and cars do somehow drive along these little narrow lanes how people don't get run over is a miracle just press yourself closely...More
Very traditional part of the city. Most buildings are beautiful and a huge selection of bars and restaurants to choose from. The most vibrant part of the city at night. Must go!
We went and had dinner...then decided to join all the masses...walking up the steep hills ..I am sure there were over 1000 stairs ..well it's called Alto for a reason...= high .....we later found out the tram goes there too ....there are little clubs and...More
The small streets make you feel like you went back in time. I went there every day of my trip for a drink, or at evening for having dinner. There are many view points where you can sit, drink a glass of AMAZING wine and...More