The Belém Tower is one of Lisbon's most visited landmarks. The tower is at the north end of the Tagus River and could be a starting point or end point for your walk along Avenida
Restaurante Sacramento is situated in an 18th-century palace stables right next to the Santa Justa Lift. The contemporary restaurant acts as a cafe and a bar serving a Portuguese cuisine.
Pasteis de Belém is probably the most famous pastries shop in Portugal. It's a small shop with a revolving door that never stops as patrons enter and exit the door like Starbucks.
Cantinho do Avillez is located in the Chiado neighborhood of Lisbon, Portugal. It's apart of Chef José Avillez's restaurant empire in Lisbon and provide contrast from his internationally acclaimed
Cervejaria Ramiro is a wildly popular seafood restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal. The restaurant is packed during and off peak hours even though there are two floors in the restaurant.
Belcanto is located on top of the hills in Barrio Alto. A neighborhood notorious for its night life shenanigans. Chef José Avillez runs a restaurant empire in Lisboa with multiple restaurants with different