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Top 5 secret places to visit in Lisbon
Par Joana P. Il y a 8 ans
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Visiting Lisbon

Lisbon, the famous capital of Portugal is a popular tourist destination worldwide. Its historical monuments, natural parks and its architectural treasures make Lisbon a favorite place to explore walking. However, it is also the perfect city to find ideal places to rest and unwind during your stay.
In fact Lisbon contains a number of perfect places for good walks. Although there are a number of attractions in Lisbon, some are still unknown to the public.

Amoreiras Garden (Jardim das Amoreiras)

The Garden of Amoreiras or Jardim Marcelino de Mesquita is one of the oldest gardens in the city. Besides the beautiful landscape, it allows you to enjoy interesting activities. On Friday the garden presents live music and the garden kiosk always have drinks and sweets available. It is a secret place that will surely delight anyone in a luxury trip to Lisbon.

Lx Factory

Here the term "secret places" is used to describe places that are worth visiting and are mostly known by locals. These included the LX FactoryLX Factory.

This is a fashionable place in Lisbon  featuring an old textile factory and a printing plant, which helped to give the name to the house. Today including cafes, restaurants, bookstores, shops and other spaces dedicated to culture.

Pastelaria Restelo

Pastry Restelo is a known Lisbon's bakery is located in the Belém area. There you can have your breakfast and energizing coffee. This area is famous in the capital, telling about the best croissants in town, the Croissants do Careca.

Weekenders combine meetings with friends in cafes like a Pastry Restelo. During your visit to Lisbon, do not miss this lovely place.

Bairro da Graça

Graça is a historic district of Lisbon where you can get a glimpse of the city in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere. The secret nature of the belvederes of Graça as the Nossa Senhora do Monte, allow to observe the magnificent spectacle of the sunset at ease.
You should not leave this neighborhood without tasting the typical wines and  cheese restaurants the area has to offer. Admittedly, if you do, you will not be dissapointed.

Martim Moniz e Intendente

Another area of the Portuguese capital quite interesting to visit is the Martim Moniz - a neighborhood with a strong cultural component. In Intendante you can not miss the house Casa Independente - the scene of several cultural and artistic events. In this area of Lisbon feels a vibrant young and dynamic atmosphere.
Also do not miss the opportunity to visit the Mall Centro Comercial da Mouraria to give a little walk around the charming shops and restaurants to try out.