Lisbon offers numerous places where you can enjoy gastronomic specialities, from the most luxurious with contemporary cuisine, famous chefs and fusion cuisine to the characteristic tavern district, to the small restaurant where the intense smell of spices transports you to faraway places.
Sip a coffee or sit on a terrace and indulge in our pastries, which feature the famous Belém cake or cream buns, and drinking a pico is an act of worship in Lisbon. Drinking a ginjinha, with or without them, or enjoying a pirate in typical Baja speciality houses is an indispensable ritual for many Alfacinhas.
Lisbon, city of history and culture, in constant movement, between alleys and back alleys it rises from the river to the castle and follows the Tagus River. Art and culture are high on Lisbon's agenda, those who are interested in culture have at their disposal a rich religious and civil heritage with a large number of museums, churches, monasteries and palaces. Visit Lisbon's museums and cultural heritage and get to know the elements of identity and differentiation of the Portuguese people.