Jardim da Estrela
Seeking green respite? Opposite the Basílica da Estrela, this garden is perfect for a stroll, with paths weaving past pine, monkey...
Basílica da Estrela
The curvaceous, sugar-white dome and twin belfries of Basílica da Estrela are visible from afar. The echoing interior is awash with...
Casa Museu de Amália Rodrigues
A pilgrimage site for fado fans, Casa Museu de Amália Rodrigues is where the Rainha do Fado (Queen of Fado) Amália Rodrigues lived; note...
Near Bairro Alto, A Lontra attracts mostly African- Portuguese clubbers bumping and grinding to African sounds, R ‘n’ B and hip hop. It...
Tasca da Esquina
Headed by celebrated chef Vitor Sobral, the 'tavern on the corner' serves rich and inventive dishes featuring classic Portuguese...
British Cemetery information
Lonely Planet review
Overgrown with cypress trees, the Cemitério dos Ingleses was founded in 1717. Expats at rest here include Henry Fielding (author of Tom Jones ), who died during a fruitless visit to Lisbon in 1754 to improve his health. At the far corner are the remains of Lisbon’s old Jewish cemetery.