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    6 little nooks in Lisbon that everyone should know about

    Genuine streets and breathtaking views. Dare to wander around these 6 nooks in Lisbon and discover surprises next to home.
    
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    Go out on the street and explore what Lisbon has to offer. There is nothing better than to walk around this city, full of history and perfect landscapes to end the day with a glass of wine in hand. Discover the six corners of Lisbon that everyone should know.
     
     

    1. Mount Agudo Viewpoint

     

    • Where: Entrance by Rua Heliodoro Salgado or by the staircase on Rua Ilha do Príncipe

    • When: every day from 07:30 to 22:00

    • Price level: Free

     
    Those who cross its stone path, cannot imagine that here hides one of the most beautiful landscapes over the city. The Miradouro do Monte Agudo is a nook of Lisbon nestled between the Anjos and the Penha de França, and is one of the best kept secrets of this area of the city.
     
    This viewpoint has an impressive panoramic view of the north and west of the city. It is a place to visit on those hot days, where you only want to purr in the sun, and it is full of tranquility. But be aware: this secret is only discovered by the most attentive, since it is hidden by the building of the secondary school Dona Luísa de Gusmão. The trick is to pay attention to the gate on the left side of this building. As you enter, you walk through the entrance and look at the pergola and the hand-painted panel, two details that give this viewpoint an elegant and romantic character.
     
    Tip of feline wisdom: visit the Viewpoint of Monte Agudo in the late afternoon. Whether at the kiosk or sitting on the garden benches, this is an amazing place to toast another day with a glass of Mandriola wine in hand.
     
     

    2. Viewpoint of Penha de França

     

    • Where: Marques da Silva street

    • When: open to the public every day

    • Price level: Free

     
    Located on one of the most beautiful hills of the city, next to the Church of Nossa Senhora da Penha de França, is the Viewpoint of Penha de França. One of the lesser known places to relax (even locals), here you can see the time passing calmly, with no crowds around, while enjoying the view.
     
    This nook stretched along a pink wall with a small square with benches beneath two olive trees, offers a different perspective on the entire city. From here you can see to the Alto de São João, Olivais, Chelas and Marvila.
     
    Stretch out on one of the benches or relax on the wall sill as you enjoy a view that invites you to slow motion chats with friends and a bottle of Mandriola wine to accompany.
     
     

    3. Vila Berta

     

    • Where: Vila Berta, entrance by Travessa Pereira, Rua do Sol à Graça or Beco do Forno do Sol

    • When: open to the public every day

    • Price level: Free

     
    Vila Berta is an authentic jewel of the city. Located in the neighborhood of Graça, it was designed and built in 1902 and seems to have stood still in time, with an eclectic architecture and notes of Art Nova. To get to this place, which was once the setting of films such as “Patio das Cantigas” by Leonel Vieira, you pass an emblematic street, where you can greet the places that lurk at the window. Finish the ride up the hill, and receive the well-deserved prize. Here you will find bars and restaurants where you can sit down to enjoy a fair glass of wine.
     
     

    4. Largo da Achada

     

    • Where: Largo da Achada, entrance by Rua da Achada in Mouraria

    • When: open to the public every day

    • Price level: Free

     
    One of the coolest corners of the city of Lisbon, ideal to rest after a historic walk through the Mouraria district, Largo da Achada welcomes visitors with open arms. Between nooks and alleys, here you will find one of the oldest houses in the city that resisted the earthquake of 1755.
     
    Sit on the staircase that surrounds the top of the square and enjoy the façade of the typically Lisbon houses (including the cultural center Casa da Achada – Centro Mário Dionísio) and admire the mural “Selfie” painted on a large scale on a wall on the left side.
     
    This is a unique nook, located in the heart of the city, perfect for reading a book or simply breathing Lisbon.
     
     

    5. Miradouro do Jardim do Recolhimento

     

    • Where: Recolhimento Street

    • When: all from 10:00 to 19:00

    • Price level: Free

     
    The Castelo district in Lisbon has a little corner that many do not know about. The Miradouro do Recolhimento was opened to the public in early 2015, having been recovered and transformed into an elegant and discreet garden.
     
    The view over the Tagus River, so calm down there, is breathtaking. If you turn your attention to the Alfama district, you can distinguish the National Pantheon, the Church of São Vicente de Fora, and many other landmarks. Whether it’s a day’s work or the weekend, soak up the sun on one of the benches in this garden.
     
     

    6. Casa do Alentejo

     

    • Where: Portas de Santo Antão street, nº58

    • When: Tuesday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 16:00 and from 19:00 to 23:00

    • Price level: €€

     
    Those who enter the Palácio de Alverca, also known as Casa do Alentejo, and climb its staircase, clash in front of an Arabic-style courtyard with stained glass windows, tiles and plants. To visit this space is to enter a Moroccan rihad, in the heart of Lisbon. This Arab palace, with Moorish decoration, has played an important role in the promotion and preservation of Alentejo culture.
     
    It drinks from the romantic courtyard setting and enjoys every detail of the architecture. Then visit the library of Casa do Alentejo, which in addition to its estate, is also used for book launches, associative meetings and exhibitions.
     
    Finish your stay with a visit to the restaurant, located on the top floor, to feel a true character from the books of Eça de Queirós. Enjoy alentejo cuisine and order a special wine to accompany. If you are looking for a more relaxed atmosphere, go to the tavern of Casa do Alentejo. A place full of light and relaxed, ideal for snacking and drinking with friends or co-workers.
     
     
    These are only 6 of the most amazing nooks of Lisbon, to visit alone or accompanied. There are many more, full of stories, myths and secrets. Every neighborhood has its own, and it’s impossible to know them all. Therefore, it is best to enjoy without haste.

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    Go out on the street and explore what Lisbon has to offer. There is nothing better than to walk around this city, full of history and perfect landscapes to end the day with a glass of wine in hand. Discover the six corners of Lisbon that everyone should know.
     
     

    1. Mount Agudo Viewpoint

     

    • Where: Entrance by Rua Heliodoro Salgado or by the staircase on Rua Ilha do Príncipe

    • When: every day from 07:30 to 22:00

    • Price level: Free

     
    Those who cross its stone path, cannot imagine that here hides one of the most beautiful landscapes over the city. The Miradouro do Monte Agudo is a nook of Lisbon nestled between the Anjos and the Penha de França, and is one of the best kept secrets of this area of the city.
     
    This viewpoint has an impressive panoramic view of the north and west of the city. It is a place to visit on those hot days, where you only want to purr in the sun, and it is full of tranquility. But be aware: this secret is only discovered by the most attentive, since it is hidden by the building of the secondary school Dona Luísa de Gusmão. The trick is to pay attention to the gate on the left side of this building. As you enter, you walk through the entrance and look at the pergola and the hand-painted panel, two details that give this viewpoint an elegant and romantic character.
     
    Tip of feline wisdom: visit the Viewpoint of Monte Agudo in the late afternoon. Whether at the kiosk or sitting on the garden benches, this is an amazing place to toast another day with a glass of Mandriola wine in hand.
     
     

    2. Viewpoint of Penha de França

     

    • Where: Marques da Silva street

    • When: open to the public every day

    • Price level: Free

     
    Located on one of the most beautiful hills of the city, next to the Church of Nossa Senhora da Penha de França, is the Viewpoint of Penha de França. One of the lesser known places to relax (even locals), here you can see the time passing calmly, with no crowds around, while enjoying the view.
     
    This nook stretched along a pink wall with a small square with benches beneath two olive trees, offers a different perspective on the entire city. From here you can see to the Alto de São João, Olivais, Chelas and Marvila.
     
    Stretch out on one of the benches or relax on the wall sill as you enjoy a view that invites you to slow motion chats with friends and a bottle of Mandriola wine to accompany.
     
     

    3. Vila Berta

     

    • Where: Vila Berta, entrance by Travessa Pereira, Rua do Sol à Graça or Beco do Forno do Sol

    • When: open to the public every day

    • Price level: Free

     
    Vila Berta is an authentic jewel of the city. Located in the neighborhood of Graça, it was designed and built in 1902 and seems to have stood still in time, with an eclectic architecture and notes of Art Nova. To get to this place, which was once the setting of films such as “Patio das Cantigas” by Leonel Vieira, you pass an emblematic street, where you can greet the places that lurk at the window. Finish the ride up the hill, and receive the well-deserved prize. Here you will find bars and restaurants where you can sit down to enjoy a fair glass of wine.
     
     

    4. Largo da Achada

     

    • Where: Largo da Achada, entrance by Rua da Achada in Mouraria

    • When: open to the public every day

    • Price level: Free

     
    One of the coolest corners of the city of Lisbon, ideal to rest after a historic walk through the Mouraria district, Largo da Achada welcomes visitors with open arms. Between nooks and alleys, here you will find one of the oldest houses in the city that resisted the earthquake of 1755.
     
    Sit on the staircase that surrounds the top of the square and enjoy the façade of the typically Lisbon houses (including the cultural center Casa da Achada – Centro Mário Dionísio) and admire the mural “Selfie” painted on a large scale on a wall on the left side.
     
    This is a unique nook, located in the heart of the city, perfect for reading a book or simply breathing Lisbon.
     
     

    5. Miradouro do Jardim do Recolhimento

     

    • Where: Recolhimento Street

    • When: all from 10:00 to 19:00

    • Price level: Free

     
    The Castelo district in Lisbon has a little corner that many do not know about. The Miradouro do Recolhimento was opened to the public in early 2015, having been recovered and transformed into an elegant and discreet garden.
     
    The view over the Tagus River, so calm down there, is breathtaking. If you turn your attention to the Alfama district, you can distinguish the National Pantheon, the Church of São Vicente de Fora, and many other landmarks. Whether it’s a day’s work or the weekend, soak up the sun on one of the benches in this garden.
     
     

    6. Casa do Alentejo

     

    • Where: Portas de Santo Antão street, nº58

    • When: Tuesday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 16:00 and from 19:00 to 23:00

    • Price level: €€

     
    Those who enter the Palácio de Alverca, also known as Casa do Alentejo, and climb its staircase, clash in front of an Arabic-style courtyard with stained glass windows, tiles and plants. To visit this space is to enter a Moroccan rihad, in the heart of Lisbon. This Arab palace, with Moorish decoration, has played an important role in the promotion and preservation of Alentejo culture.
     
    It drinks from the romantic courtyard setting and enjoys every detail of the architecture. Then visit the library of Casa do Alentejo, which in addition to its estate, is also used for book launches, associative meetings and exhibitions.
     
    Finish your stay with a visit to the restaurant, located on the top floor, to feel a true character from the books of Eça de Queirós. Enjoy alentejo cuisine and order a special wine to accompany. If you are looking for a more relaxed atmosphere, go to the tavern of Casa do Alentejo. A place full of light and relaxed, ideal for snacking and drinking with friends or co-workers.
     
     
    These are only 6 of the most amazing nooks of Lisbon, to visit alone or accompanied. There are many more, full of stories, myths and secrets. Every neighborhood has its own, and it’s impossible to know them all. Therefore, it is best to enjoy without haste.

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