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  • Garrafeira Alfaia

    Snag one of the 18 wooden stools at this diminutive Bairro Alto boîte, where you can savor a singular Chardonnay from the emerging Alentejo region ... More
  • Ginja Sem Rival

    Ginjinha, the pungent morello-cherry liquor—a national icon—is best enjoyed at this venerable, peanut-size bar, near the National Theatre. More
  • ILS

    The shop's collection of well-priced vintage jewelry includes some excellent pieces from the forties and fifties. Created by the editors of T+L fo... More
  • Lojadatalaia

    Though you're unlikely to schlep home a Knoll chair, don't miss a trip to Manuel Reis's design-furniture boutique, a stone's throw from Bica do Sap... More
  • Luvaria Ulisses

    The butter-soft lambskin and leather gloves rival anything you'll find in Paris, but at bargain prices. More
  • Lux, Lisbon

    Promoter Manuel Reis's club at the docks is the place to go to dance to pumping house music all night long with a lively crowd of creative types an... More
  • Mosteiro dos Jerónimos

    This historic site offers a glimpse of early-16th-century Lisbon. Built in the ornate Manueline style to celebrate King Manuel I’s Avis-Beja dynast... More
  • Museu Coleccão Berardo

    This latest addition to Belém’s sprawling Cultural Center opened in June 2007 and houses a 1,000-plus inventory of modern and contemporary painting... More
  • Museu do Design e da Moda

    In a former bank in Baixa, you’ll find an exhaustive collection of contemporary furniture (Ponti; Studio 65) and vintage couture (Dior; Westwood). ... More
  • O Epicurista

    Score rare fragrances from Saboaria Confiança, Miller et Bertaux, and Absolument Absinthe, as well as ceramics by Flemish artist Piet Stockmans. More
  • Oriente Station

    Lisbon's train station is a Santiago Calatrava design, and one of the most innovative in Europe. More
  • Paris: Sete

    Here you can browse shelves lined with compulsory design reading or pick up vintage hand-carved cedar toy cars from TobeUs More
  • Parque das Nações

    Droves of locals make weekend-afternoon pilgrimages to the Parque das Nações, which was commissioned for Expo on what used to be a dingy industrial... More
  • Parreirinha de Alfama

    To hear traditional Fado, hit the alleys of Alfama late at night; the melodies float out from restaurants and clubs. Parreirinha dates from the 195... More
  • Pavilhão Atlântico

    Located in the Parque das Nações district along the Tagues River, the Pavilhao Atlantico serves as Lisbon's largest indoor arena and is easily acce... More

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