Lust in Rio
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For those in love with the Portuguese Capital, with an elegant and refined atmosphere.
You can enjoy an amazing river view and enjoy a couple of drinks, in moderation of course.
A popular waterfront café named “Meninos do Rio” is now this bar and open-air club that was originally found in Praça do Comércio. Open from Wednesday to Sunday during the summer months (from midnight to 6AM), it’s a spot for theme parties and nights of dancing to the sound of different DJs. The…
In summer this is one of the best nightclubs in the city, apart from being all outdoors has a young and quiet environment. Music is very alternative is a good place to end the night.
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“A teen age spot where you can have cereals with almost anything: marshmellows, ice cream, nutella, chantilly. It is not a gluten or sugar free world, not advisable for who counts calories but adolescents just love it~!!”
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“Very good, not cheap, but you won't regret it! Alentejo typical food (Alentejo is a region of southern of Portugal)”
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“It opens at 8PM as a dining destination, thanks to its two restaurants (one for sushi, another for meat), and at around midnight it turns into a bar and club partying until 4AM. It's found next to the Kais restaurant, which belongs to the same group, and is the perfect destination for a cocktail on the waterfront, often to the sound of national and international DJs. The sand and the location make this as close as you get to the beach in the center of the city. It opens from Wednesday to Saturday (also on Tuesdays and Sundays during the summer).”
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“Praça do Comércio, Commerce Square in English, is Lisbon’s main square. It was built on the site where the old Royal Palace used to exist before it was destroyed by the earthquake of 1755. The southern end of the plaza is open and looks out onto the Tagus River. The other three sides have yellow-coloured buildings with arcades all along the façade. When the square was first built, the commercial ships would unload their goods directly onto this square, as it was considered the “door” to Lisbon. On the river bank, near the square, is the Cais de Sodré ferry terminal from which several ferries depart down the Tagus River.”
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