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Amoreiras

Amoreiras (Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco, Lisbon) – opened in 1985, this is the oldest shopping center in Lisbon. With a very bold architecture for its time, it early became a meeting point for the upper middle and upper classes, always demanding quality and attentive to the last fashion trends. There are over 238 stores (such […]

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Upa Upa Café Bar

Upa Upa Café Bar (51 Rua Conselheiro Bivar, Faro) – this is a popular local bar with both locals & tourists. There’s a terrific outdoor patio for guests to enjoy the nice weather. Visitors come here before moving on to more lively venues in other parts of the Algarve.

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Rooftop Bar

Rooftop Bar (Praça Martim Moniz 2, Lisbon) — Found at the top of Mundial Hotel (on the 9th floor), this bar opens late in the afternoon to serve cocktails while offering city views.  

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Armazéns do Chiado

Armazéns do Chiado (Rua do Carmo 2, Lisbon) — The shopping center of Armazéns do Chiado has a long and glorious history. With foundations dating from the 12th century, the building represents the culmination of various successive constructions. With 54 stores, 6 retail floors comprising 2 major anchors and an elegant food court, Armazéns do […]

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T-Clube

T-Clube (Buganvilla Plaza, Quinta do Lago) – located within the “Quinta do Lago” resort and golf course (25 minutes west of Faro), T-Club has a nightclub, a piano bar, a beautiful garden terrace and a trendy Japanese restaurant. Partygoers move to the beat of Latin music and the latest dance rhythms, while outside, waiters pour […]

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Centro Comercial Portimão

Centro Comercial Portimão (Quinta de Malata, Portimão) – this shopping center, located in the vacation town of Portimão (the second biggest city in the Algarve), has 59 stores, 12 restaurants (including fast food outlets like Pizza Hut), and parking for 800 vehicles.

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Centro Comercial Beloura

Centro Comercial Beloura (Estrada Nacional 9, Quinta de Beloura II, Linhó, Sintra) – located 23 minutes west of Lisbon (via Highway A37), this shopping center has less stores than Amoreiras in Lisbon (just 26 stores), but makes up for that in space – complete with a variety of restaurants, cafes, a multi-screen movie house, as […]

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Op Art Café

Op Art Café (Doca de Santo Amaro, Lisbon) — A small square-shaped building standing below 25 de Abril Bridge is a cafe during the day, but turns into a music club at night. With such a stunning location, you can come for a light meal on the terrace alongside the river before sunset, or watch […]

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Plateau

Plateau (Escadinhas da Praia 3, Lisbon) — A survivor from the 90s, it’s still the place for 80’s and 90’s music – the ideal choice for those who enjoy pop and mainstream sounds.

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Incognito

Incognito (Rua dos Polais de São Bento 37, Bairro Alto, Lisbon) — this split-level club has no name on the door, and you must ring a doorbell to get in. It’s one of the city’s oldest clubs and its music has changed little since its first days, often spinning 80s, indie, alt-pop, and techno. It’s […]