#Bairro Alto

Bairro Alto

The Bairro Alto is part of the mandatory spots to visit while in Lisbon. Going through its narrow streets is to feel the live and history of this city and their inhabitants. Fado, tradition, modernity, nigth-live are words well suited to describe one of the most picturesque Lisbon neighbourhoods. By day, the typical cafes, old and local traditional groceries stores, trending clothes boutiques, record stores, book shops and tattoo parlours brighten up this old but charming quarter. ...

5 Things you must eat made with Bacalhau

Traveling to Lisbon and not eat Bacalhau is like leaving France without eating a “croissant”. Though Portuguese gastronomy is indeed very rich is true that it has a very special place in our table. Traditionally, Bacalhau was chosen as the main “people” dish, either from its low price or good conservation properties (dried/salted). These are the ones to try : “Pastéis de Bacalhau”, one of Portugal’s most know and appreciated recipes (Petiscos). ...

Lisbon top places

Top places inside Lisbon Castelo de Sao Jorge Elevador da Gloria Elevador de Santa Justa Oceanario de Lisboa Panteao Nacional Parque Eduardo VII Pavilhão do Conhecimento Planetario de Calouste Gulbenkian Praca de Touros de Lisboa Top Monuments outside Lisbon Torre de Belém – Lisboa/Belém Mosteiro dos Jeronimos – Lisboa/Belém Padrao dos Descrobrimentos – Lisboa/Belém Palacio Nacional da Ajuda – Lisboa-Belem Palacio Nacional de Queluz – Queluz Palacio Nacional da Pena – Sintra Quinta da Regaleira – Sintra Convento e Basilica de Mafra – Mafra Cristo Rei – Almada Churches ...