There is a little refuge hidden in away in the Chiado that is the ideal place to escape the urban hustle and bustle. Fábulas is a quaint and inviting space to meet friends, or spend a quiet afternoon by yourself.
It’s morning in Lisbon. You need a coffee, and something fresh and delicious to get you started in your day. Where’s the cool place for hot bread, croissants and pastries? At Fabrica Lisboa, on Rua da Madelena in the Baixa. Handmade, still warm from the oven, goodness delivered to the table. Add a high-quality espresso from...
LSD? Sure, why not? It’s the modern, European restaurant and daytime café located at #78 Largo de São Domingo in Porto. LSD is open for lunch with a menu of sandwiches and light dishes, such as roast beef and smoked salmon.
The Museum of Art Nouveau (Museu Arte Nova) in Aveiro is the coolest new stop on the Portugal cultural scene. The museum resides in the Casa Major Pessoa, one of the most architecturally admired buildings in the city. Building design is attributed to architects Silvia Rocha and Ernest Korrodi.
Sometimes, when the city becomes too hectic, or one’s life becomes too stressed, it’s nice to get lost in an environment of tranquility. Fortunately, for those in Lisbon, there is such a place: Lost In.
As every one of our cool readers knows, Portugal Confidential IS everything cool in Portugal. SO, when we heard about Samadi House of Cool in the Baixa district of Lisbon, we just HAD to check it out.
In Lisbon, there is no shortage of vantage points for awesome views of the city and River Tagus. And, one of the best spots in town is Le Chat.