Silva & Feijó
One of Lisbon’s icons is the fortress like sé , built in 1150 on the site of a mosque soon after Christians recaptured the city from the...
In nightlife-starved Baixa, Bar Trobadores harks back to the Middle Ages with a candle-lit interior, solid wood tables and low-hanging...
The reason this bustling traditional restaurant is always packed around midday is its delicious leitão (suckling pig) sandwich, served...
Rua dos Bacalhoeiros 117 · interesting places nearby
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Planning a picnic? Stop by this beamed store for sheep’s cheese from the Seia mountains, sardine pâté, rye bread, salsichas (sausages) and other Portuguese goodies.