Praça da Figueira
Praça da Figueira is framed by whizzing traffic and Pombaline townhouses. At its centre rises gallant King João I, once celebrated for...
Elevador de Santa Justa
If the lanky, wrought-iron Elevador de Santa Justa seems uncannily familiar, it’s probably because the neo-Gothic marvel is the...
Simply Rossio to locals, Praça Dom Pedro IV has 24-hour buzz. Shoe-shiners and lottery ticket sellers, hash-peddlers and office workers...
Hipsters, old men in flat caps, office workers and tourists all meet at this microscopic ginjinha bar for that moment of...
Expanding waistlines since 1829, this stuccoed patisserie entices with strong bica, macaroons and pastéis de nata . Upstairs, the...
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Lonely Planet review
For a lingering taste of Lisbon, nip into this wood-fronted store, which has been tempting locals since 1860 with pata negra (cured ham), pungent cheeses, ginjinha, port and other Portuguese treats.