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Arts & Crafts Store
“Great shop for all that’s Portuguese and beautiful! Great souvenirs and presents can be found here! ”
  • 84 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“400 m from hotel. This seafood restaurant always offers fresh seafood and good drinks at reasonable price. Not so popular among tourists, it's frequented by locals. Marisqueira do Lis offers seafood but also grilled meat, in his offert there are: lobster, crawfish, crab, shrimp, weavers quill, oyester, prawn and much more. The private parking”
  • 11 locals recommend
“The owner never smile, but he’s a good person. The codfish (bacalhau à lagareiro) is huge and normally I share. The wine house is very honest. It’s a good option for lunch too. I really like this place. .”
  • 16 locals recommend
“Port wine and cheese tasting Port wine region it’s the world's first wine region to have a formal demarcation, in 1756. We will travel true history tasting 3 different Port wines Portuguese wine rand pairing them with 3 Portuguese regional cheese. This is a trip true Portugal gastronomic heritage, one of the richest in the world Come and join us Cheers!”
  • 12 locals recommend
“Excellent place to start your day with a healthy breakfast. Everything is freshly baked every hour and all the coffee in the world. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
“Nice, simple and vintage. Love it for a simple meal or just a cup of coffee.”
  • 3 locals recommend
“This cafe’s toast topped with cheese from the Azores and flaky egg tarts are great for snacking while enjoying chess matches, mini concerts and other events. Outdoor seating faces Intendente’s main square.”
  • 5 locals recommend
“Nearest pharmacy, with healthy and beauty products. Just around the corner.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Metro Station
“Intendente square is one of most beautiful square in Lisbon. This area used to be red light district of Lisbon, so, when you go out this square, you still feel that environment. But I love the square and it is just next to the restaurant Ramiro, the famous seafood restaurant. In the square, you also have "a vida portuguesa", the famous Portuguese souvenir shop.”
  • 23 locals recommend
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Bike Shop
“Rent a Bike Ideal to get on a train to Sintra or a tram around Lisbon, use a funicular or a taxi, with a Brompton you won't avoid enjoying your life because of your bike, since it always fits any luggage compartment. You can go inside any monument, a restaurant or even leave the bike in the comfort of your own room without concerns so you don't even need to carry a locker. Because they allow the best rides around the city or even long tours towards other destinations, we only rent Brompton bikes because they are the most robust, yet versatile folding bikes.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Street Address
“A unique shop where you can find old Portuguese products in their original packaging. Worth visiting only if is just for the amazing building where is located, the old Viúva Lamego tile factory.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Charity Shop / Vintage Store
“The owner Josiane Lima stocks her year-old secondhand shop with Portuguese items from her favorite decades, the 1950s to the 1970s. Great finds here include metal-frame chairs topped with quilted leather cushions by Mies van der Rohe and leather Saarinen armchairs.”
  • 3 locals recommend
“Founded on this spot in 1849, the factory of tiles and ceramics Viúva Lamego is now in Sintra, but the shop remains with its landmark façade. The hand-painted works have decorated spaces like Lisbon's subway stations and Porto's Casa da Música concert hall, and are exported all over the world. The pieces at this shop reproduce motifs from the 16th to the 18th centuries. Custom orders are accepted.”
  • 4 locals recommend
“Petite place pleine de vie; terraces et bars, restos, petites associations, foires d'artisanats..”
  • 2 locals recommend
“Honestly my favorite place to eat in Lisbon. This is not a fancy big restaurant, it is more like a small family-ran dinning place, but they have the most delicious Nepali food ever and the people working there are just great. Try their typical breads, starters and stews and you will eat there every day till the end of your holiday;o). ”
  • 3 locals recommend
“Traditional Portuguese cuisine in an authentic quiet and cosy place, in our street!”
  • 2 locals recommend