Living Lounge Hostel

Rua do Crucifixo 116, Lisbon, Portugal
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Nightlife in Lisbon

by pier22

Hey everybody
My friend (21) and I (21) are planning to travel to Lisbon between the 15 and 23th of June. We will do some sightseeing but we also want to do some partying. Do you know good places (bars, disco) to do that and to meet young people. Maybe clubs with good-looking girls? We both speak French, German and English pretty well.

Thanks for some advices

Re: Nightlife in Lisbon

by J_Antunes


Bairro Alto area is possibly the best place for you to start the night. You can also check Docas in another night or if it suits you the Lisbon Casino (there are also some bars around this area). Regarding disco's there are several in the river front of Lisbon with special highlight to Lux, Urban Beach, Gossip or Kapital.

You can also stay in a youth hostel such as Traveller's House, Rossio Hostel and Lisbon Living Lounge Hostel. These are amongst the best in the world and offer good options to meet new people, cheap dinners, trips and pub crawls.

Have a nice trip

Travel Tips for Lisbon


by toonsarah

Lisbon is a city built on hills (seven in total) and it makes the most of these with a number of beautiful vantage points laid out as small parks known as miradouros. Wherever you go in the Bairro Alto and the Alfama in particular, you are never likely to be far from somewhere from which to pause, rest from the climb, and look out on the roof-tops of the city. And it isn’t just tourists who take advantage of these opportunities. Locals too seem to really appreciate their city and take the time to admire it from these viewpoints.

Some of the best include:
~ Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara, near the top of the Gloria funicular in the Bairro Alto (photos 1 and 2 were taken here)
~ Miradouro de Santa Catarina, also in the Bairro Alto but at the southern end, not far from the top of the Bica funicular, with views towards the River Tagus
~ various places in and around the Castle of St George (where photo 3 was taken)
~ Miradouro da Graça, near the church of the same name, north of the Alfama

Spectacular views

by acemj

Much like Rome, Lisbon is built on seven hills and from each of these hills you can look out over the city and the river below. Seeing the sweeping views is impressive, but be prepared to navigate the steep and often leg-cramping hills. Your efforts (or that of a tram or taxi) will be rewarded with great photo opportunities. Elevated viewpoints are always an effective way to get oriented when you're visiting a city for the first time, so I'd recommend climbing on your first day in town. Take a map and you'll get a sense of the layout of the town.

This is a shot through the beautifully decorated ironworks on a window at the Miradouro de Santa Luzia in the Alfama.

...What on earth must have...

by Lys-Noir

...What on earth must have been going on in this person's mind? Collecting all this stuff? Amazing point for Finnish visitors was a huge painting of Finnish and Russian soldiers during the World War II ...

Really interesting bar similar to none!

Great Monuments

by Chus69

You must go to Belem District to see the Tower, the Discover Building, St. Jeronomino Monastery. All the visit will take you about 3 hours, and afterwards you can eat some of the special sweets from an old cake's shop.
The picture was taken inside the Monastery.

Lisbon graffiti: look hard and you'll find art


What place is there left in our modern world without graffiti? Graffiti as we all know is something that sadly has become a fact of life everywhere especially in the technologically-advanced western societies. They're very much of an eyesore and many consider them a great assault on one's sense of order and decorum in terms of neatness in a civilized society.

Lisbon is not anymore immune to it. This beautiful city is plagued with graffiti. It is an unfortunate phenomenon which seemed to have taken a giant leap in vicious rapidity since the country joined the European Common Market in the mid-80's. The 'graffiti artists' (if we could call that to refer to some of them) may have been saying to the rest of us, "globalization?, well, here's more to that!."

But like any maligned and much misunderstood work...especially in matters of new creative expression, one would in no time find and discover a hidden message, artistic form and medium which after a well-intentioned search from one's capacity to be open enough the very key that could help bring a certain redemption to that something so easily dismissed.

So, when you're in Lisbon and during one of your leisurely walks especially around the old city wherein you very well noticed the graffitis, take a moment to stop and look to consider them slowly with an open mind and eye...because some and quite many of them actually approach a certain level of creative maturity and great artistry.


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