The museums of Lisbon celebrate the rich history and culture of this Portuguese capital city. The Maritime Museum is perfect for kids (and grown-ups!) who adore all things nautical, while the Casa-Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves is a hidden gem of colorful artwork. To fully appreciate the city’s dramatic stone architecture you can take a guided walking tour, or customize your own tour, making sure to visit the Padrao dos Descobrimentos, the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, and the UNESCO World Heritage site the Torre de Belem.
Restaurants in Lisbon
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Next to one of the most iconic Portuguese markets, hidden away from the busy crowds, lives Mesaluisa, situated in an old fisherman´s Warehouse that can transform anyone who enters into a storyteller. Encased in this familiar universe and seated around the table is where it begins, where our lives cross paths, where our stories are told. Luisa welcomes you and shares with you some of the best kept secrets of Portuguese cuisine. Before you sit at the table she will take you on a journey that will make the food she prepares for you so much more than a meal. Come meet Mesaluisa and the stories and flavors that are a part of it.
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NEW: ONLINE CLASSES! Don't just eat Pastel de Nata, learn how to bake your own! This is the only cooking class in Portugal where you'll get to learn about pastry making at a real award-winning Portuguese bakery! You'll get to roll the puff pastry like the pros do, make the custard from scratch and bake it all in a professional oven inside a real working bakery in Mafra, just 30mins from Lisbon!
It was a wonderful experience. My partner who took the course loved every moment of it. João is a fantastic tutor/person and truly makes you learn how to prepare one of Portugal most known sweets - pastel de Nata. I do recommend it .
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Eating Europe is the largest tour operator specializing in culinary tours and activities across Europe. The company started in Rome, Italy in 2011 and then expanded into Florence, London, Amsterdam, Prague, Paris, and in 2019 into Lisbon, Naples, Strasbourg, Lisbon and Porto. Since 2011 we have shared a taste of local life with over 200 000 guests sharing an insiders views into the cities we love.
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Time Out Market is a concept created from scratch by the Time Out Portugal team with only the best ideas and business projects in Lisboa – according to the editorial team. If it’s good, it goes in the magazine, if it’s great, it goes into the market. 24 restaurants, 8 bars, a dozen shops, a cooking school and a high-end music venue, all with the very best in Lisbon (the best chefs, the best steak, the best hamburger, the best sushi and the best live performances, amongst others); on the other hand the market is home to some of the city’s best known (and longest-running) market vendors of meat, fish, fruit and flowers. The foodhall has 40 restaurants/shops served by more than 500 seats in covered area and 250 more outside.
Lovely friendly market lots of food stalls great for all of us foodies lots of different types of drinks also nice way to spend a couple of hours with your partner or friends also some very nice market stalls with clothes hand bags and beautiful jewellery ????
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