Where do locals go in Lisbon?

What do locals do in Lisbon?

What to see & do in Lisbon

  • Visit St. George’s Castle. …
  • See the Santa Justa lift… from above. …
  • See the Praça do Comércio. …
  • Stroll through the maze-like Alfama. …
  • Try the Pasteis de Nata. …
  • Listen to traditional Fado. …
  • Hop between miradouros (viewpoints) …
  • Take a cruise on the Tagus.

Where do locals eat in Lisbon?

Top 6 Hidden Lisbon Restaurants Where Locals Eat

  • Casa do Alentejo. Food isn’t the only thing that draws locals to Casa do Alentejo. …
  • Zé da Mouraria. …
  • Taberna Anti-Dantas. …
  • Bruta Flor. …
  • Restaurante Primavera. …
  • Último Porto.

Where do locals go to listen to Fado in Lisbon?

8 Places Where You Can Listen to Free Fado in Lisbon

  • Tasca do Chico. Ask any local where to listen to free fado in Lisbon, and they’ll point you to Tasca do Chico. …
  • Tasca do Jaime. Who said fado shows had to be a night event? …
  • Devagar Devagarinho. …
  • Solidó …
  • Associação do Fado Casto. …
  • Povo. …
  • A Nini. …
  • Grupo Desportivo da Mouraria.

Should you tip in Lisbon?

Tipping 5% – 10% in restaurants is standard, although tipping should only be provided with the chance that you are extremely happy with the service. No tip is expected for some coffee/espresso or a beverage, although some people might leave the change, round up to the closest Euro (example 1,85 to 2EUR).

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Is Lisbon expensive?

Lisbon is one of the least expensive capital cities in Europe to visit, and when compared to other major global cities, Lisbon provides exceptional value for money. … This value does not include accommodation (around €70-150 per room per night), flights or highly expensive gimmicky tours.

What supermarkets are in Portugal?

List of supermarket chains in Portugal

  • Aldi – 73 stores.
  • Amanhecer – ~330 stores.
  • Apolonia Supermercados – 3 stores.
  • Auchan.
  • Continente – 700 stores.
  • Coviran – 188 stores.
  • E.Leclerc.
  • El Corte Inglés – 2 Stores.
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