Lisbon is history, is culture, is entertainment, is “saudade”
is voyage, is return, is everlasting discovery and rediscovery is Jupiter Lisboa Hotel.
Avenida da Liberdade
“Lisbon’s Main Artery” fits Av. da Liberdade like a glove, with literally “tons” of attractions all the way from
“Praça dos Restauradores” to “Marquês de Pombal”. International designer stores, “Cinema São Jorge”, “Teatro Tivoli”, “Cinemateca”,
“Coliseu dos Recreios”, “Teatro Politeama”, “Teatro Nacional D. Maria II” and the list goes on and on and on.
Lisbon’s historical reference area where you can find a bit of everything: the majestic “Praça do Comércio”,
the colossal “Arco da Rua Augusta”, the romantic “Cais das Colunas”, the revamped riverfront, Santa Justa’s Elevator with it’s panoramic view over
Lisbon, MUDE - Museum of Design and Fashion and the list is just getting started.
The perfect combination of retail and night entertainment. We recommend a number of spots, namely the Chiado Warehouses,
Chiado Square and the mythical coffee shop, A Brasileira, with Fernando Pessoa’s statue greeting everybody that walks by,
“Teatro São Luiz”, “Teatro da Trindade”, Teatro São Carlos (highly recommended for opera lovers) and the National
Museum of Contemporary Art, more commonly known as Chiado’s Museum.
It just doesn’t get more typical than this when it comes to Lisbon’s neighborhoods. During the day local commerce
dominates, but by nightfall, it’s a whole different story, revealing itself to be the ideal place for dining and relaxing
during warm summer nights, and then move on to “Bica” and “Cais do Sodré”, guaranteeing that the fun will not end.
Cais do Sodré
If you are looking for the pinnacle of Lisbon’s nightlife, “Cais do Sodré” is a perfect example. We highlight the
notorious Pink Street and “Mercado da Ribeira”, with countless “tascas” to grab a bite to eat,
as well as bars and nightclubs for having a drink and dancing your way till sunrise.
Trendy is clearly the best way to describe Príncipe Real. There is no shortage of gardens and open-air cafés ideal for
spending the afternoon, and the neighborhood just buzzes and vibrates with culture and art, as well as retail, with decoration and design
stores and art galleries. Don’t miss out on the stairways that lead to “Reservatório da Patriarcal” and the underground galleries part
of the Water Museum. We also highlight the Biological Products Fair and the Antiques and Arts and Crafts Markets,
the Botanic Garden and The Natural History and Science Museum.
If there’s a neighborhood you cannot afford to miss out on, it’s Belém. Besides all its gardens, open-air cafes and terraces
clearly invitive of a fabulous sunset by the river, it’s also here that you’ll find some of Lisbon’s most iconic monuments, namely:
“Torre de Belém”, “Mosteiro dos Jerónimos”, “Padrão dos Descobrimentos”, “MAAT” and the notorious and world famous Pastéis de Belém!
Parque das Nações
EXPO’98 served as motto and nowadays, Parque das Nações is one of the most cosmopolitan areas of Lisbon.
Bathed by Rio Tejo along all its length, it’s also an awesome location for walks and exercising during the day, and by night, the entertainment
is guaranteed. Oceanarium, MEO Arena and Lisbon’s Casino are just some of the places to visit.
As the name indicates, Culturgest walks hands in hands with culture, with a mind blowing array of artistic programming throughout the year,
Music, theatre, dance, cinema… culture rules, with IndieLisboa and DocLisboa Cinema Festivals as one of its ex-libris.
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Just a quick walk away from “Praça de Espanha”, Calouste Gulbenkian’s Foundation is the ideal place to attend exhibitions,
dance shows and music concerts, complemented to perfection by the Modern Art Centre and it’s beautiful and luxurious gardens.
Centro Cultural de Belém | Museu Berardo
Belém’s Cultural Centre is clearly a must see, notorious for its rich and diverse exhibitions, dance shows, theatre and music concerts;
it is also home to Berardo’s Museum, which has an excellent collection of Contemporary Art.
Museu da Cidade
The name says it all… the best place to learn everything about the history of Lisbon.
For more than 130 years, Lisbon’s Zoo has been one of the major attractions of the city. Here you can find over 2000 animals and 330 species,
working simultaneously as a Botanic Centre of Conservation, Reproduction and Reintroduction of species on
the brink of extinction into their natural habitats. And the cherry on top of the cake you ask? Subway station right in front.
MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology
MAAT is the most recent cultural proposal that Lisbon has to offer.
A museum that combines three areas in a common space of debate, discovery, critical thought and international dialogue.
An innovative project right on the spotlight and for all to see, developed by the renowned Amanda Levete Architects Studio, and “Central Tejo”,
one of our best examples in the field of industrial architecture from the first half of the twentieth century, and one of the most visited museums of the country.
MAAT goals are pretty straightforward. To display National and International Exhibitions through the contribution of artists, architects and contemporary thinkers.
Reflecting on major topics and current trends, its programming will include several curatorial perspectives revolving around the EDP Foundation Art Collection.