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Las mejores actividades en Lisboa

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Barrio
“Take a walk from the Castelo São Jorge through the cobbled windy streets of Lisbon's oldest neighbourhood, also the home of Fado!”
Recomendado por 224 habitantes locales
Jardín
“A true paradise in the middle of the city, this is a great hangout spot for families. In the summer, it sometimes has live music.”
Recomendado por 218 habitantes locales
Centro comercial
“The name of this shopping center is a tribute to Christopher Columbus. The architecture of the space, as well as its original decoration, were adapted to the time of the Portuguese discoveries, one of the most important periods in the history of Portugal. The squares and streets inside the center have names alluding to the 16th century, such as the Avenue of the Discoveries and the Tropic of Cancer Square. It has enough commerce, clothes shops, food stores, stationery, a chapel, a hypermarket, etc. It also has cinemas, sporadic exhibitions, and gardens with several restaurants. It is now the largest shopping center in the Iberian Peninsula with a total of 338 stores and 6.326 parking spaces.”
Recomendado por 115 habitantes locales
Entretenimiento en general
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“Previously an industrial district of the city, it popped up a few years ago as an incredible "Cultural Factory". You must go there and browse around the architects' and designers' show rooms, fashion shops, coffee shops, restaurants and maybe attend an art exhibition or a concert in this extraordinary community of Arts!”
Recomendado por 218 habitantes locales
Arts & Crafts Store
“Chiado is an elegant and bohemian neighborhood in Lisbon, between Bairro Alto and Baixa Pombalina. It is frequently compared to Paris’ Montmartre district, rebuilt after it was destroyed by a fire in 1998. The most famous streets are Rua do Carmo, which houses the ruins of a church by the same name and Rua Garrett, in the centre of Chiado. The square and its surrounding streets are full of famous cafés, theatres and museums. ”
Recomendado por 176 habitantes locales
Mirador
“The Miradouro de Santa Catarina, belongs to the parish of São Paulo is a Portuguese parish of the municipality of Lisbon, near the historical district of Bairro Alto. This belvedere located on one of the hills of the old town has a breathtaking view over the Tagus River and the south bank of this”
Recomendado por 175 habitantes locales
Museum
“The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is a contemporary art museum in Lisbon, Portugal that crosses three areas in a space of debate, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue.”
Recomendado por 121 habitantes locales
Tienda departamental
“The newly opened food court on the 7th floor has some of Lisbon's best chefs -- the view is nicer and it's less busy than the Timeout Market (Mercado da Ribeira) and there is even our favourite ice cream place Nannarella!”
Recomendado por 107 habitantes locales
Vinatería
“Lisbon Cathedral is one of the city's gems and one of the most significant monuments in the country, due to its historical, religious and artistic value. Its construction began in 1147, when the first king of Portugal, D. Afonso Henriques, reconquered the city from the Moors. ”
Recomendado por 166 habitantes locales
Museum
“The Fado Museum tells a story hundreds of years old with the help of music, photographs, musical instruments, posters or typical costumes for an immersive journey through the heart of Lisbon.”
Recomendado por 123 habitantes locales
Museum
“ The National Azulejo Museum is in walking distance -2,5 km from Vila Queiros. R. Me. Deus 4, 1900-312 Lisboa, The National Azulejo Museum There is no other building in all of Portugal that's completely dedicated to the tile art that can be seen all over the country. Housed in a 16th-century convent, the museum shows how azulejos tiles have evolved over time and it is full of surprises, including an unexpected chapel filled with intricate and beautiful artwork.”
Recomendado por 118 habitantes locales
Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“Sculptural. Discover all the explorers, authors and historical figures represented in the Monument to the Discoveries.”
Recomendado por 80 habitantes locales
Antro
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“At one point or another, every bar-hopper in Lisbon has visited Pensão Amor, at least to see the bold decor, if not for the drinks and socializing. Once a brothel, it comprises different rooms filled with bright decor, cushy seating, unique art, and a dancer’s pole. There is even a ‘library’ filled with erotic books. The back entrance opens to Pink Street, but entering from the front entrance at Rua Alecrim is much more impressive – the front room is decorated from floor to ceiling in bright colors and shocking artwork (the ceiling is even a work of art).”
Recomendado por 120 habitantes locales
Mirador
“Close to both Chiado and Bairro Alto, it's one of the city's meeting points and it has the best view of the São Jorge Castle.”
Recomendado por 154 habitantes locales
Barrio
“Great atmosphere for a gourmet meal or a lovely brunch at praça das flores; many beautiful designer stores (e.g. at embaixada); LGBT-friendly nightlife mostly takes place in this neighbourhood, with great bars and clubs for long nights out.”
Recomendado por 145 habitantes locales
Parada de autobús
“Every world-class city has one—a shopping area who’s name alone is recognized for haute couture, high-end jeans and fine fragrances. Rodeo Drive. Fifth Avenue. Mayfair. Champs-Elysees. Ginza. Lisbon’s Avenida da Liberdade certainly deserves to join the list.”
Recomendado por 138 habitantes locales