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Lisbon Tourism: Best of Lisbon

European splendor, under the radar
Nestled among seven hills, this immensely walkable city offers an enchanting alternative to Europe’s more popular capitals. With a lively nightlife scene, festive markets, and vibrant museums, Lisbon provides plenty of options to burn off a few mandatory glasses of Porto, a generous serving of bacalhau, and days’ worth of pastéis de nata.
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Lisbon for Design-Lovers

Here's one for my fellow art and design fanatics: These are the sites that will make your hearts leap. Their bold visuals will spark your imagination—and probably several Instagram posts.
Maria Hart, New York City, NY
  • Embaixada
    210 reviews
    Come for the 19th-century, neo-Arabian architecture. Stay for the concept shops and boutiques.
  • Museu Nacional do Azulejo
    4,195 reviews
    Lisbon is heaven for ceramic-lovers. Do a deep-dive into the medium here and learn why it's so central to Portuguese culture.
  • LX Factory
    2,403 reviews
    An only-in-Lisbon venue, this former industrial complex dating to the 1800s is now a hotbed of showrooms, design shops, and pure creativity.
  • Calouste Gulbenkian Museum - Founder's Collection
    8,443 reviews
    Lisbon's answer to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this museum offers a sweeping collection from the 20th century back to Egyptian Art.
  • Cortico & Netos
    2 reviews
    Take a little piece of Lisbon home with you in this tile shop that carries a dizzying array of Portuguese patterns you won't find anywhere else.
  • Lisbon Street Art Tours
    380 reviews
    Big, bold, vibrant—Lisbon's street art is everywhere, if you know where to look, and this tour will introduce you to these public artworks.
  • Museu do Oriente
    273 reviews
    Surprise! Lisbon isn't just a haven of European art, it also has this phenomenal collection of Asian art. Don't miss the on-site restaurant.

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