Miradouro de Santa Luzia
Your gaze drifts over a mosaic of rooftops and spires to the river below from bougainvillea-clad Miradouro de Santa Luzia.
Museu do Fado
Fado (traditional Portuguese melancholic song) was born in the Alfama. Immerse yourself in its bittersweet symphonies at Museu do Fado....
Toodle around Lisbon in a small, open-topped, four-person tuk tuk – those quaint, three-wheel vehicles popular in South Asia. You can...
Parreirinha de Alfama
Owned by fado legend Argentina Santos, this place offers good food and ambience; it attracts an audience that often falls hard for the...
Look for the sign with a daisy for this bright check-tablecloth-and-tile number overlooking a pretty square. It rolls out...
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A Baîuca information
On a good night, walking into A Baîuca is like gate-crashing a family party. It’s a special place with fado vadio , where locals take a turn and spectators hiss if anyone dares to chat during the singing. There's a €25 minimum spend and the food stops around 10pm, though the fado goes on until midnight. Reserve ahead.