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Kedai Pie
“At the beginning of the Nineteenth Century, in Belém, next to Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (the Heironymite Monastery) there was a sugar cane refinery attached to a small general store. As a result of the 1820 liberal revolution, all convents and monasteries in Portugal were shut down in 1834, the clergy and labourers expelled. In an attempt at survival, someone from the monastery offered sweet pastries for sale in the shop; pastries that rapidly became known as ‘Pastéis de Belém’. At that period the area of Belém was considered far from the city of Lisbon and mainly accessed by steam-boats. At the same time, the grandeur of the monastery and the Torre de Belém (the Belém Tower) attracted visitors who soon grew used to savouring the delicious pastries originated in the monastery. In 1837, the baking of the “Pastéis de Belém”began in the buildings attached to the refinery, following the ancient ‘secret recipe` from the monastery. Passed on and known exclusively to the master confectioners who hand-crafted the pastries in the ‘secret room’, this recipe remained unchanged to the present day. In fact, the only true ‘Pasteis de Belém’ contrive, by means of a scrupulous selection of ingredients, to offer even today the flavour of the time-honoured Portuguese sweetmaking.”
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Cultural Center
“Museum, music, theatre, opera, dance, cinema, exhibitions - in short, all things cultural. ”
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Gedung Serbaneka
“The newly opened food court on the 7th floor has some of Lisbon's best chefs -- the view is nicer and it's less busy than the Timeout Market (Mercado da Ribeira) and there is even our favourite ice cream place Nannarella!”
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Bakery
“Yes, the ones from Pasteis de Belém are the original ones, and yes, they are delicious! But I must say that the ones served in Manteigaria are equally worth it! ”
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Kedai Ais Krim
“For me, without a doubt these are the best ice creams in the Greater Lisbon area. They were first produced in Estoril in the 1940s by Attilio Santini (a native of Italy, naturally), who later moved to Cascais. From there, in the decades that followed, his fame spread far and wide. Today, decades later, Santini ice creams are still made by hand, in line with Italian tradition, to secret recipes – some of them with exclusively Portuguese ingredients. A tip: if you like wafer biscuit, order yours in a cone – the recipe for which is also exclusive.”
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Arts & Crafts Store
“Everyone knows this story: Catarina Portas has done the miracle of resurrecting dead national brands a long time ago. The shops are the dream of any tourist who is not content with a fridge magnet as a souvenir, but also a must-have place for those who miss the soaps Confiança and canned Minerva. In Intendente, the variety is more than a lot, ranging from pre-electronic toys to stationary ones that stopped in time. Along the way, there are faience, quilts, fashion and various delicacies, all 100 percent Portuguese and with the air of other times. Does it look amazing to you? No wonder this store received a Time Out Award in 2013.”
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Kafe
“This is the bakery that brought bolo-rei (a crowned-shaped cake decorated with dried fruit that is usually eaten around Christmas) to Portugal and it still uses the same recipe as in 1829, the year it opened. Six generations later, Confeitaria Nacional is still run by the same family, though there have been some modernisations. In the summer months, it usually organises meals and cruises on a boat/restaurant with a view on the Tagus River.”
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Pasar
“There are lots of different restaurants available, so everyone can enjoy from it. Find a table and then each one goes and gets the food they want. A bit hard too coordinate when everyone's food will arrive so you will probably each eat at different times but worth a visit. It is also great for drinks and there is a club there as well called Rive Rouge.”
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Pusat membeli-belah

Pusat Membeli-Belah
“The name of this shopping center is a tribute to Christopher Columbus. The architecture of the space, as well as its original decoration, were adapted to the time of the Portuguese discoveries, one of the most important periods in the history of Portugal. The squares and streets inside the center have names alluding to the 16th century, such as the Avenue of the Discoveries and the Tropic of Cancer Square. It has enough commerce, clothes shops, food stores, stationery, a chapel, a hypermarket, etc. It also has cinemas, sporadic exhibitions, and gardens with several restaurants. It is now the largest shopping center in the Iberian Peninsula with a total of 338 stores and 6.326 parking spaces.”
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Gedung Serbaneka
“The newly opened food court on the 7th floor has some of Lisbon's best chefs -- the view is nicer and it's less busy than the Timeout Market (Mercado da Ribeira) and there is even our favourite ice cream place Nannarella!”
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Pusat Membeli-Belah
“This mall has a large selection of good shops, theatres​ and a large supermarket.”
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Pusat Membeli-Belah
“One of the biggest shopping malls 🛒in Lisbon. You can go there taking the 728 bus (17mins) or by car (10mins).”
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Pusat Membeli-Belah
“Mall where you find Fnac for books or music, clothes shops and other shops too”
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Pusat Membeli-Belah
“A 'palacete' or small palace (very small as far as palaces are concerned), which was once home to a wealthy Portuguese family and has now been converted a series of small design shops and a restaurant. Great place to shopping, grab a bit or perhaps just a quick drink!”
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Pusat Membeli-Belah
“Shopping center, supermarket, fast food, cinemas, and a very nice shop "Portugal dos Meus Amores" to buy a special souvenir from Portugal”
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Pusat Membeli-Belah
“Where you can find all the best high street shops, cinema, food court and more.”
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Pasar

Pasar
“Local market where one can buy fresh fish, meat, fruits. Right next-door is TimeOut market, good place to eat local food, if it was not so overcrowded.”
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Pasar
“The market which, eight decades after opening, became one of the city’s most popular dining destinations.”
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Pasar
“There are lots of different restaurants available, so everyone can enjoy from it. Find a table and then each one goes and gets the food they want. A bit hard too coordinate when everyone's food will arrive so you will probably each eat at different times but worth a visit. It is also great for drinks and there is a club there as well called Rive Rouge.”
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Pasar
“Highly recommended. Enjoy local fresh vegetables and fish market. There are also plenty of restaurants at one place.”
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Pasar
“Traditional market with very fresh fruit and vegetable, honey, teas and small stores. Open until 14h”
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Pasar
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Pasar
“frutas, legumes, peixes, crustáceos, queijos, linguiças, tudo muito fresco e do melhor de Lisboa e todas as regiões de Portugal”
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Pasar
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