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Lisbon’s vibrant neighbourhoods by Lonely | Bairro Alto, Chiado and around - At Lisbon’s heart is literary Chiado (pictured), harbouring pavement cafes, chichi boutiques and the architectural enigma of Convento do Carmo. Its hyperactive neighbour, Bairro Alto, is an electric mix of vintage fashion, appetising bistros and all-night bars. Its micro zones include Cais do Sodré for sweaty gigs, gay-friendly Príncipe Real and boho hangout Santa Catarina. (Jean-Pierre Lescourret/LPI) #Portugal

BBC: Lisbon’s vibrant neighbourhoods (photo: Bairro Alto, Chiado and around)

A Makeover for a Lisbon Food Market | via New York TimesTravel | 10/09/2014 The recently renovated Mercado da Ribeira in Lisbon, situated near the Tagus River since 1892, already qualifies as a major food destination.  The 75,000-square-foot food court, a sizable portion of which opened in May (the rest of the market is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year), allows hungry travelers the opportunity to sample the city’s best eats in one place. #Portugal Photo:The Mercado da…

A Makeover for a Lisbon Food Market

Sunny days in the streets of Lisbon: Have a coffee in an open air cafe! | myMzone Blog

Sunny days in the streets of Lisbon: Have a coffee in an open air cafe!

A guide to the eateries of Portugal - Lonely Planet

A guide to the eateries of Portugal

Museu Nacional do Azulejo, Lisbon. Just like the museum cafes in the US.

View of the Tagus River from Santa Catarina viewpoint. Lisbon, Portugal.  Photo: © Rui Rebelo via www.flickr.com/ruireb 09/April/2012

View of the Tagus River from Santa Catarina viewpoint. Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: © Rui Rebelo via www.flickr.com/ruireb 09/April/2012

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