With picturesque cobblestone streets, unique museums, and delicious restaurants serving traditional Portuguese cuisine, there’s something to do and see around every corner in Lisbon, Portugal’s largest city. But while some areas are known for their top-notch shopping, others are built for partying into the wee hours in the morning. To help you navigate the city with ease, we’ve highlighted five neighborhoods and why they’re worth a visit.
Party all night in Bairro Alto
Photo courtesy of Annie Kingston
People spill out onto the cobblestone streets in Bairro Alto day and night, but it’s during the evening that this area really comes alive with music, drinking, and good cheer. Whether you’re looking to share a bottle of vino or party until the sun comes up, the neighborhood is home to many of the hippest bars in town. But it’s a popular place to…
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