On one of our many wanders we came to this beautiful, traditional, clean area. Lovely shops, cafes, small squares and churches. A must see, recommended.
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Along the the Alfama, walking the streets and alleys of the Bairro Alto was one of our favorite things we did in Lisbon. Discover unexpected sights and when you're hungry pop into a local restaurant. It's what travel is all about.
The quarter of Bairro Alto is good choice for those who like nightlife and social life. There is a lot of opportunities to socialize in several bars, pubs, restaurants, coffee shops, parks etc. Especially on Friday nights the streets of Bairro Alto are very crowded.
This area is packed with all sorts of bars, restaurants cafes. It is really buzzing of a night.A few ways to get there, a lift of a Funicular or even a steep short walk for the more athletic.
Great neighborhood to experience the local culture of Lisbon! There are a lot of little snack bars that are opened till late if you need water or anything like it. Also very safe and very close to the main attractions and good restaurants.
Came here on a Saturday night about 9pm and the streets were absolutely jammed with tourists and locals all having a great time. The range of bars and restaurants catered for everyone. We loved The Spot bar with great live music. Probably a bit too...More
too crowded, mostly pubs which are not specious enough to dance nor are selling good drinks (in general: they sell poor bear and poor drinks) I prefer other parts of the city.