While Bairro Alto is undoubtedly one of the most culturally authentic neighborhoods of Lisbon, it’s no secret that the area doesn’t truly come to life until after dark. With late night shopping options and packed restaurants and bars around every corner, you can feel good about spending all your daylight hours inside Lisbon’s top museums and saving the real cultural experience for dinner and after. Stroll the winding, narrow streets and take in the evening, checking out locals’ popular meeting points like Camoes Square, and hiking to beautiful miradouros like Sao Pedro de Alcantara and Santa Catarina. Then, perch yourself in your place of choice and enjoy the night with those you came with, as well as those you happen to meet tonight.
Wandering a neighborhood by yourself for the first time is exhilarating, but having a friend by... Read more