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By the Wine – José Maria da Fonseca Tasting Room in Lisbon

A new spot in the trendy Chiado neighborhood of Lisbon is an ideal place to meet friends, relax after a day of shopping, and try some delicious wines made in Portugal. By the Wine is the first “flagship store” of famed Portuguese vintner José Maria da Fonseca. Wines by the glass and ...
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Park Restaurant & Bar – Elevated Garden Terrace in Lisbon

Lisbon is a “city built on seven hills.” The urban sprawl across this rolling geographical landscape provides many opportunities to take advantage of spectacular views of the city and the Tagus River. One of the more popular spots to appreciate the vista ...
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Roller Disco Sundays at Mercado de Fusão in Lisbon

It’s flashback time, my brothers! Can you dig it? Slip on your roller shoes and join the foxy girls and groovy guys at the Radio M80 Roller Disco at Mercado de Fusão in Praça do Martim Moniz in Lisbon. Live Roller Disco starts Sunday, 17 February and happenin’ every Sunday! It just Keeps On Keeping On!

A World of Art Underground – Lisbon’s Metro Stations

Lisbon is indeed a beautiful city choc full of traditional architecture, azulejos (tiles) murals and calçada streets. Contemporary architecture seems to shoot up overnight and adding to the rich culture of the city. Yet, not too many people notice the unique architecture and vibrant artwork of the underground spaces we know as the Metro.
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Chalet Condessa d’Edla – Renovated & Re-opened in Sintra

The Chalet was originally built between 1864 and 1869 by King Ferdinand II for his second wife, Elise Hensler, Countess d'Edla. It is modeled on Alpine chalets popular at the time, and it sits in the large Pena Park facing the grand Pena Palace. It was intended as a private recreational house for the Countess.

Ler Devagar – A Bookstore & More in Lisbon

Bookstores can be wonderful havens for discovery, fantasy, education, entertainment, solitude and social networking. Floor-to-ceiling shelves, an eclectic atmosphere with a cafe makes for the perfect environment to enjoy the printed word. Such an expressive space exists in the Alcântara district of Lisbon.