Here goes Lisbon is an amazing city where everything is relatively near I hope you enjoy it Besides my recommendations, here

is also a nice guide Touristic spots Lisbon • Downtown called "Baixa" • Bairro Alto and Chiado • City's castle "Castelo de Sao Jorge" • Alfama (old neighbourhood next to the castle) • Mosteiro de Belem and Torre de Belem and must go to a another pastry shop callled Pasteis de Belem and eat a "Pastel de Nata" (Very good) • The most modern part is called "Parque das Nacoes" where it was organized the Expo98, there you have a casino, a very nice aquarium and other things (not my favourite place...specially if you stay for a few days) Sintra

village WORLD HERITAGE by UNESCO looks like you went back in time must go to a pastry shop called "A Piriquita" and eat a "Travesseiro" a specialty

Cascais • A sunny village next to Lisbon (just take the train from Cais do Sodre in the center and leave in Cascais (25 min) Beaches • Praia Grande (if you go to Sintra) • Guincho • Carcavelos • Sao joao do Estoril • Tamariz -> A very nice thing to do if you rent a car (use in Santa Apolonia)is to go to Sintra and then come back to Lisbon by the coast passing by Cabo da Roca (the most extreme point in Europe) rlz=1T4ADBS_enFR241FR241&q=cabo+da+roca&um=1&ie=UTF8&source=univ&sa=X&ei=yYSVTaHIIcaAOraHsKYH&ved=0CCAQsAQ guincho, cascais and drive trhough the Marginal (the coast road from Lisbon to Cascais) or Hotel Bairro Alto http://www. the best for me is “Relento” in Algé getting there just go for the peer to you left in direction of the sea and you will find 2 restaurants just by the river with an incredible view of just take the boat in Cais do Sodre Peer to Cacilhas it takes 5 miin.golisbon. whatever you want you'll have it Espaco Lisboa (very nice looks like an old kitchen or part of Lisbon) http://www.lxfactory.Restaurants • • • • • • A Travessa (very nice restaurant in an old palace) google it and find the phone number then an old VW van will pick you up in the Alcantara square Casanova (Italian) or Bica do Sapato (a bit more expensive)in the Santa Apolonia docks MUST GO Seafood restaurant "Ramiro" in Avenida Almirante Reis or “Palhaço” in Rossio or “Tico Tico” in alvalade.html . lots of bars in very old streets (bars usually close around 3am).com/and the other 10 minutes away in Alcantara I don’t remember the name but is has an huge sign saying "Lisbon best kept place" in Alcantara next to the “Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga”in Rua das Janelas Verdes 17.atirateaorio.. http://www. its better to go with daylight to enjoy the view) (italian) There are some more alternative bars in Cais do Sodre (5 min walk from Bairro Alto) called Jamaica and Toquio (also good for after hours) There's 2 nice bars with view one is Silk in Bairro Alto http://www.Sul .php have very nice bars with awesome views of Lisbon • Deli Delux (very nice Brunch in the weekends by the river in Santa Apolonia) here you can also buy delicatessen and nice wines and drink there (one of my favourite places in Lx) • Meninos do Rio in Cais do Sodre • A Margem in Belem next to hotel Altis Night Life • Start for drinks in Bairro • • • .bicadosapato.One of my favourite is the one in Mercado do Chão do Loureiro • Top of Hotel Chiado Places with a view for cocktails breakfast or a snack • Miradouros just pick your favourite http://www.html Estado Liquido in alcantara (Japanese rest with a DJ) http://www. 1249 Lisboa Lx Factory (an old quarter with old plants that now has art galeries and some bars a mini Meat Packing District NY) http://www. you can also have dinner there 3 good options are .html Atira-te ao Rio (very nive view of Lisbon its in the other side of the river.Papa Acorda (Very good portuguese food) .

• But by far the best is LUX the best disco in Lisbon (it's in Santa Apolonia next to the river and to the 2 restaurants I have mentioned above casanova and Bica do Sapato)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MUST GO .