The king laid the aqueduct’s final stone at Mãe d’Água, the city’s massive 5500-cu-metre main reservoir. Completed in 1834, the...
Praça das Amoreiras
One of the best places to see the Águas Livres aqueduct is in the leafy Praça das Amoreiras.
Casa-Museu Medeiros e Almeida
Housed in a stunning early-19th-century mansion, this little-known museum presents António Medeiros e Almeida's exquisite fine- and...
Screens offbeat, art-house, world and old films.
Midway between restaurant and clubby lounge-bar, Guilty is the casual stalwart of Lisbon master-chef Olivier. With its bare brick walls,...
Run by a Neopolitan chef who grew up in New York, Mezzaluna prepares beautifully turned-out dishes that blend classic Italian recipes with mouthwateringly fresh Portuguese ingredients. Start off with tender carpaccio or endive leaves wrapped in prosciutto, parmesan and ginja (cherry brandy) reduction, before moving on to linguine with octopus or pan-seared duck breast with prune sauce.