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André
André
December 17, 2017
Place to go and enjoy lots of bars for different tastes and music
Patrik
Patrik
October 31, 2017
A neighborhood with a lot of bars and clubs.
Daniel
Daniel
October 25, 2017
The "Pink Street"...the trendiest place in town to go out at night!
António
António
September 19, 2017
For decades Old discos like Tokyo, Rotterdam and bars like Copenhagen or Viking were open until morning. Slowly, things started to change. Tokyo and Jamaica became trendy and Pensão Amor was considered the “Next big thing!”. Like a freight train, Cais do Sodré was renewed: small cosy places like Sol…
Catarina
Catarina
September 18, 2017
The night life street: bars, restaurants, discos... and so on. Enjoy!

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Restaurant
“Burgers Done Right: Gutsy is a beach sid burger joint devoid of the view. It's not far from the water and sand but you can't see it either. What you still get is the very relaxed attitude that comes with it, from the young waiters. There are plenty names of burgers, as you expect nowadays in these burger places, but the food itself aces it. The meat is good, and there is great variety in the choice, all for a great price. The chips are homemade and incredibly good, served in generous portions, as is the mayonaise that resembles tartare sauce. All very delicious. All in all, a very good gourmet burger place, it might have some queues but you will see it's worth to wait. ”
  • 4 lokale anbefaler
Bus Station
“By subway, there's also an Europcar rent a car station on underground Alameda parking.”
  • 6 lokale anbefaler
South American Restaurant
“One of my favorites restaurants in Lisbon is Empanaderia El Pibe located in Travessa de Santa Marta 4. I must confess that I go there quite often. The staff is super kind and the food is amazing. I highly recommend you this one.”
  • 6 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“The best Ginjinha bar in Lisbon! Ginjinha is a Portuguese liqueur made by ginja berries, and in this very place, before it was a bar, the famous Rainha do Fado (Queen of Fado), Amália Rodrigues, was born. Fado is the soul of Portuguese music, traditional, here in Portugal.”
  • 6 lokale anbefaler
Food
“Portugal is very famous for his many (and super sweet) sweets. In this little place you can find "O pastel da Mouraria", the neighborhood oficial sweet (its made with almond, eggs and white beans). It costs 1€, but you will want to take a whole box.”
  • 4 lokale anbefaler
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Lisboa, 1200-371