It is hard to draw a precise and schematic itinerary which includes all Lisbon’s attractions.
The city can be best enjoyed wandering around and getting lost in the maze of its streets and lanes. With this premise, we have tried to summarize some of the inescapable destinations which you cannot miss during your visit.:
Casa do Fado and da Guitarra Portuguesa
Largo do Chafariz de Dentro
This fascinating path will introduce you to fado music, with the support of some of the most powerful voices of this genre and the unmistakable sound of 12 chords guitars.
Tue-Sun: 10 am-18 pm; last admission 17:30 pm
Have a look at the Centro Comercial da Mouraria, in Martim Moniz: nothing but a flat modern building from outside, while inside it boasts some curious shops selling African products, and you may also stop by at one of the numerous restaurants serving food from Angola and the islands of Cape Verde .
Museu das Artes Decorativas
Largo das Portas do Sol, 2
Private furniture (XVII-XVIII century), azulejos (from palaces and quintas in the surroundings)
as well as works by Portuguese and foreign artists. The art school offers a wide calendar of learning courses for jobs related to figurative arts.
Tue-Sun: 10 am -17 pm
Full rate: Euro 4,00
- students ≤25 and unemployed people: Euro 2,00
- Lisboa Card and Carristur: Euro 3,20