Lisbon: historic, but thriving; grand, but also charming. Shop artisan goods in the morning, explore the city’s storied streets during the day, and enjoy a night of traditional Fado or house music.

João Rodrigues rescued a 300-year-old building from despair and turned it into a hotel that feels like a home, with just six suites and communal dining.

This former printing factory was left vacant on prime waterfront real estate. Now, LX Factory is its own creative village, full of chic restaurants and shops.

What does the smallest store in all of Lisbon sell? Gloves.

A local favorite and arguably the best seafood in Lisbon—the rave review from Anthony Bourdain helps—with live lobsters cooked to order.

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