Ponte Vasco da Gama
Hitch a ride on this 20m-high cable car, linking Torre Vasco da Gama to the Oceanário. The ride affords bird’s-eye views across Parque...
Jardim Garcia de Orta
Bristling with exotic foliage from Portugal’s former colonies, the Jardim Garcia de Orta is named after a 16th-century Portuguese...
Caminho da Água
Portuguese muralist Rigo designed this splash-happy boardwalk. Watch blue mosaic volcanoes erupt spontaneously or relax on one of the...
The skinny-jean set rock up at this Cuban bar for hip-wiggling to Latin rhythms and cuba libre (rum, lime and cola) by the bucket. Skip...
Joshua’s Shoarma Grill
Shawarma fans head for this wallet-friendly snack bar for tasty kebabs, felafel and Greek salads. After dark it morphs into a relaxed...
Lonely Planet review
Vanishing into a watery distance, Ponte Vasco da Gama is Europe’s longest bridge, stretching 17.2km across the Rio Tejo.