T+L's Definitive Guide to Lisbon by Alexandra Marshall, Travel and Leisure June 2013 | A clutch of small, stylish, and affordable hotel and restaurant openings has revitalized Lisbon′s oldest neighborhoods, turning Portugal’s capital into one of Europe’s most vibrant destinations.
Mercado da Ribeira, Cais do Sodré Within weeks of its opening in May 2014, the new food court at Mercado da Ribeira – Lisbon's biggest fresh food market – has become a firm favourite among Lisboans. The first permanent foodie venture for Time Out, the market hosts a total of 35 kiosks – all branded in the same smart black and white signage and selling regional specialities, including Azeitão sheep's cheese, plates of ham from the Alentejo, and custard tarts from award-winning cafe Aloma
A mini guide to alternative Lisbon with some of the coolest spots in the city, the best hostel I've ever stayed in and a map where to find these places! Click on the picture or visit www.mywanderlust.pl to find out more!
If You Visit Lisbon and Don't Try these Dishes, You've Done Something Wrong