(This is a route developed for the Clarice app)
There’s always something happening in the Portuguese capital!
Experience new flavours, visit a museum or just relax by the water. This route will take you to the up-and-coming areas in Lisbon.
Ribeira das Naus
You can now walk by the waterfront where the Portuguese ships were built before they set off for their grand discoveries.
An area that was redeveloped around 2013, Ribeira das Naus is quickly becoming one of Lisbon’s most popular hangouts!
From Praça do Comércio to Cais do Sodré you can sit down and enjoy the view of the Tagus river or head over to the kiosk at the end of the walkway for a beer.
This is also a great place for your morning run or sunbathing during the summer!
Avenida da Liberdade Kiosks
Running along Lisbon’s main avenue, from Restauradores to Marquês de Pombal, each of these kiosks offer their own speciality.
From pizzas to Thai food, there is something here for all tastes!
Many locals come here for a late night drink or a light meal and there is often a DJ catering the music.
This theatre-inspired bar is located inside the São Luiz Theatre.
Founded in 2014 by the famous Portuguese chef José Avillez, the bar brings a new life to the traditional Portuguese dishes mixing them with innovative cocktails.
One of the MiniBar’s menus is divided into acts just like a play, starting with the drink (first act) all the way to dessert (last act)!
Listen to the latest hits at this brand new club in Cais Sodré!
Every night “Place” selects a different theme, from student nights on Thursdays to hip hop and R&B on Fridays.
Let go of your worries and just shake it off at the dance floor!
National Coach Museum
Designed by the architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha, the latest Coach Museum replaced the museum that until 2015 was installed near the Belem Palace.
This new infrastructure gave room to a larger exhibition space and allowed for the creation of a new area dedicated to the conservation and restoration of this patrimony.
The collection of coaches has vehicles that go from the 17th century to the 19th century.
In addition to the permanent and temporary exhibitions, the museum’s program is now enriched with other cultural activities that can be organized at the museum’s auditorium.