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In 1846, a fabric production plant (Companhia de Fiação e Tecidos Lisbonenses) was created in Alcântara, Lisbon. The industrial complex spanned over a total of 23.000 m2 and was one of the most important undertakings the city had so far seen. Fifty...more
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What a cool, quirky and refreshing place at the end of a touristy day. Lots of fun and interesting shops, tons of places to sit and have a drink. Great for people watching. And just hidden enough to make you feel like you "found" something...More
This is just a really fun place to go in Lisbon.
The street art is amazing.It is full of lovely quaint shops and lots of really nice cafes and restaurants.
It's just a really cool place with a great atmosphere
I‘v to admit it was smaller as thought but it just made it more charming.
I am sure you will find your place to have a coffee, drink or something to nibble/eat.
Even if not, there is music and shopping opportunities everywhere.
I was there...More
I felt a little disorientated when I crossed the threshold maybe because it was our last day in Lisbon and we were flying back to London that evening, I felt like I was already in Shoreditch at the Truman Brewery, Lisbon doesn't need to copy...More
If you are looking for independent 'eateries' then this might work (but my one experience wasn't great) but if you are looking for artesan (or even original) craftsmanship then forget it! The 'factory' is now about 95% cafes and restaurants with only one, or two...More
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The options for tapas are boundless. I would not stop at just one. Make a stop, enjoy one dish, and move on to the next restaurant. I ate in at least three restaurants while I was there. Each one was unique and well worth it.