As one of Europe’s fast-growing cities, Lisbon hangs in the balance of old and new, grand and charming, historic and forward-thinking. Here, you can shop at a luxury store in the morning, see 17th century monuments during the day, and take your pick between traditional Fado and house music at night.
We’ve explored much of this coastal European city (plus some of its surrounding areas) and these are the highlights.
It’s tough to prioritize all the great things in a city as vibrant as Lisbon, but if you only have a limited amount of time here, these are the best places to eat, the sights to see, and places to stay.
Inside the “less-sweet but equally refreshing” wine trend and the best Lisbon shop to get it.
One of the best places to stay in Lisbon offers communal dining in this minimal yet inviting hotel.
If you’re looking for old-school Lisbon luxury, this is your spot.
These are the best places to caffeinate around Lisbon.
Tradition and innovation clash spectacularly in Portugal’s capital city, amid medieval and modern architecture, the dueling urban and coastal energies—even the ups and downs of its famous hills. But here, inconsistency is a virtue: You never know what you’re going to find.
In a remote part of the Portuguese countryside, just a kilometer from the coast, you’ll find this pink-washed guesthouse packed with rustic charm.
Ahead of a new collection, designer Sarah Flint of the eponymous shoe line headed to Lisbon in search of inspiration and found that the city’s true beauty often lay in its tiniest details.